Companies are currently struggling, only those with an online presence are able to continue their activities. For 20 years, iPower has been helping companies to improve their visibility in and transition to the online world. In times of corona, it is a perfect moment for companies that can perform their activities online, to make the transition to the internet, or to fine-tune their internet activities.
Practical example: bicycle shop Vélo électrique France in Paris – veloelectriquefrance.fr:
For companies considered as non-essential, these are uncertain times, as is the case for Vélo électrique France in Paris:
“My reaction to the announcement of the containment, and therefore the closure of non-essential shops, was to focus more on online sales. To do this, of course, you need a good visibility in Google. It is better to invest in orders placed online, as we are no longer required to be physically present in the store.”
Vélo électrique France uses Keyboost, an online service developed by iPower:
Vélo électrique France: “Fortunately, by using Keyboost, my ranking for important keywords allows me to keep a reasonable turnover in these economically difficult times.”
Gregory Liénard of iPower:
“A high ranking position in search engines such as Google, for search terms that are key for your company, is necessary to attract customers. The majority of potential customers will not click on the lower results of the first page, and only a small percentage will click on the paid searches. Results that do not appear on the first page will hardly ever be clicked on. Keyboost gives your website a ‘boost’ in the serps. More than 98% of boosted websites have gone up in Google’s search results, 70% even to the first page.”
Test Keyboost one month for free with no obligations at https://keyboost.co.uk/corona (No credit card required).
This service will remain available until the forced closure of businesses stops and the economy recovers. Companies can then switch to a paid account, that goes without saying. Even if they choose not to, at least they will have benefited from the free period in limiting damage during the current economic decline. As an internet service company, iPower wants to contribute to keeping the economy going as much as possible.