NWW Welcomes New Client Lux Entertainment

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How We Make Money With Organic SERP!

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Lux Entertainment Home Theater and TV Installer Website by NWW

Just in time for the holiday’s too! New client Lux Entertainment now has a completely new website to better showcase their wares and service their loyal, and growing, clientele. The owner and lead technician, Jorge Areche, leads a crew of experienced low voltage installers. They start with setting up LCD, LED, or plasma flat screen televisions and complete home entertainment systems to home automation, CCTV surveillance and more. When you get that new 56″ LED 3D 1080p TV for Christmas, call Lux Entertainment and they will set it all up for you, even hang it on the wall and conceal the wires at the best price in town.

How do I know this? Because when I design websites for my clients, in order for them to rank high in search results, I write a lot of relevant content. That means I study their online competition to see what they have done to get to the top in SERP (search engine results placement). I also get to see their pricing and that’s why I can tell you Lux Entertainment is the best deal in Los Angeles.

So, how do we profit from organic SERP?

How did NWW get the webdesign job from Lux Entertainment? Because of our top SERP for “seo web design”. That, more than anything else, proves it takes more than a pretty face to be #1 in search results. Nickswebworks.com is built with the “clean Code Advantage”, the kind of web design that Google loves and ranks higher. All client websites are designed and coded the same way. They may all look different but underneath the skin is a proven webdesign technique employed to great success for our clients in their quest for search engine domination.

The Bottom Line

If you need your large screen TV mounted on the wall, or a complete home theater installation, call Lux Entertainment. If you need to get found online, contact us for a free, no obligation website analysis and quote.

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