Travel is The New Club Web Solutions specializes in designing and hosting affordable websites for small and medium size businesses.  Our mission is to provide such a service to our customers that they will lose the fear of purchasing the internet and be more comfortable with doing business.  We are some good old boys who put all the fun back into the internet.  People are afraid of what they don’t understand and the real problem is that no one has sat down and showed them how to know the internet.  We want to make sure that everyone has ample enough information in reference to where we will be taking their business in the future.

Our support and service is in good standing and is very necessary in order to maintain an excellent client customer relationship.

We pride ourself in making changes on time to your website or we give you the ability to make changes on your own so you can periodically make it work for you in reference to your business and marketing campaign.  We sit down with you and ask you questions about your business.  We also send proof that we are doing our job to you just to ensure to you that we are doing our job correctly and providing an excellent service to you.

We provide all internet based services.  Our websites start from $60.00-$6,000.00 depending on what your need is.  It is always best to sit down and take a look at what you need and go from there.  We provide such things as:

  • Websites
  • E-mail (yourname@yourbusiness.com)
  • e-commerce
  • Site counter (track site usage)
  • Bookmark option
  • Picture of service and jobs
  • Recieve quotes online
  • Info of business
  • Add music
  • Searchable on Yahoo and Google and all major search engines
  • Coupons
  • Hours of operation
  • Forms of payment
  • Map to business’s location
  • Weather meter for local business
  • Change the color scheme
  • Social Network Marketing
  • Pay-per-click Mgmt
  • Online Base Marketing Campaign

If you need it we provide it.

Travel is The New Club Web Solutions offers free customizable email accounts with every hosting package we offer. Email is simply the easiest, fastest and most cost effective way for you to communicate with your customers and employees.
We will set up your initial accounts and give you access to change them through the Ape Pages Web Solutions suite. With our point and click interface you will be able to easily set up a new account for a new employee. As well as change passwords and contact information.

You will also be able to forward messages and leave automatic notification when you are away from the office or on vacation.

Having multiple email accounts allows you to provide several channels of feedback for your customers. You can have one email for support, one for sales, and one for each employee. That way you will always be in touch with your customers and employees.

Track your customers and site usage.

Our Web Traffic Analysis software allows you to fully evaluate the traffic on your site. With this software you are going to be able to:

  • Track when customers use your site.
  • Where they found you from.
  • And who referred them.

You can then take this information and refine your site to be more efficient in portraying the information that is most important to you.

What is SEO?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is often considered the more technical part of Web marketing. This is true because SEO does help in the promotion of sites and at the same time it requires some technical knowledge – at least familiarity with basic HTML. SEO is sometimes also called SEO copyrighting because most of the techniques that are used to promote sites in search engines deal with text. Generally, SEO can be defined as the activity of optimizing Web pages or whole sites in order to make them more search engine-friendly, thus getting higher positions in search results.

One of the basic truths in SEO is that even if you do all the things that are necessary to do, this does not automatically guarantee you top ratings but if you neglect basic rules, this certainly will not go unnoticed. Also, if you set realistic goals – i.e to get into the top 30 results in Google for a particular keyword, rather than be the number one for 10 keywords in 5 search engines, you will feel happier and more satisfied with your results.
Although SEO helps to increase the traffic to one’s site, SEO is not advertising. Of course, you can be included in paid search results for given keywords but basically the idea behind the SEO techniques is to get top placement because your site is relevant to a particular search term, not because you pay.

SEO can be a 30-minute job or a permanent activity. Sometimes it is enough to do some generic SEO in order to get high in search engines – for instance, if you are a leader for rare keywords, then you do not have a lot to do in order to get decent placement. But in most cases, if you really want to be at the top, you need to pay special attention to SEO and devote significant amounts of time and effort to it. Even if you plan to do some basic SEO, it is essential that you understand how search engines work and which items are most important in SEO.

SEARCH ENGINE SUBMISSION

We submit your website to the top 19 search engines and directories. After a few weeks you will begin to find your website name within those search engines. Your website will also receive a page ranking, this ranking will fluctuate so if you are interested in a higher ranking, we can direct you to a number of different services that specialize in search engine placement. Below are some commonly asked questions about search
engines and how they work.

Q: What’s an Internet search engine?
A: An Internet search engine is a tool that web surfers use to search the Internet. Think of it as a Yellow Pages for Internet web sites, but much more advanced. People type in words or phrases for which they wish to search, and the search engine returns a list of web sites that match that word or phrase. For example, a search for “online bookstore” might return web sites like Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble’s Web site. A search engine is a critical tool in finding information, products and businesses on the web.

Q: How do I get to a search engine?
A: Each search engine has its own web site that you can visit in order to perform searches. Search engines are also built into AOL and into web browsers like Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Q: What’s the difference between a Search Engine and a Web Directory?
A: A search engine searches all the sites on the web (or all the sites that it knows about on the web, to be more precise). A directory only includes sites that have been reviewed and accepted by a person. Search engines generally will find more sites than directories, because search engines automatically add more and more sites to their databases as they find them. But directories generally have higher quality listings because these sites have been screened and reviewed by a human being. Some search engines, like Google, Looksmart and Yahoo combine a directory with a search engine for comprehensive search results.

Q: How do I get my site listed in the search engines?
A: If there are multiple links from other web sites to your site, then your site may already be listed in some or all of the search engines. Many search engines send out ‘spiders’ or ‘bots’ that endlessly follow links from web site to web site seeking out new pages to add to their index databases. If your site is not yet listed in a specific search engine, then you can generally find an “Add URL” feature on the search engine’s home page that allows you to request that your web site be added to the search engine.

Q: If I add my web site to a search engine, will I get more visitors to the site?

A: Possibly, but not necessarily. There are literally millions of sites on the World Wide Web, and several billion web pages! Search engines attempt to index as many sites as possible, but generally only cover a small percentage of what’s out there. Even so, a search for “books for sale” on Google returns over 3 million pages that match this search phrase! When a user performs a search, he or she will generally only look at the first 3 or 4 pages of web sites that are returned (usually the first 20 to 40 web sites). If your Web site does not show up in the first 4 pages for a particular search word or phrase, then you might as well be invisible.