PushFire is a digital marketing agency that focuses on producing ROI for search engine optimization (SEO), pay per click advertising (PPC), and online promotions for a variety of ventures from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. It was founded in 2012 by Rae Hoffman Dolan, known in the industry as Sugarrae, and is currently headquartered in Katy, Texas near Houston.
Sugarrae has been a search engine optimization specialist for well over a decade and is a regular speaker at PubCon, SMX and Affiliate Summit, just to name a few. She has also been a contributor to several prestigious publications such as Search Engine Land, Amex's Open Forum and is a veteran affiliate marketer with a wide variety of affiliate websites. Additionally, PushFire has been featured on CBS News, CNN, USA Today, ADNet, Fox & Friends, and SF Weekly.
PushFire focuses on PPC and web design services.
The minimum monthly PPC management fee starts at $1,000 and new client setup fees range from $500 to $3,000. If you stay with PushFire for six months, your setup fee is refunded in credit toward your PPC budget.
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PushFire begins by performing a free SEO audit of your website. Then, it will provide you with a customized quote for the agency's SEO consulting services. It doesn't provide any pricing online, as marketing plans are tailored specifically for client needs. This will keep clients from paying for a package of services, some of which might not be needed.
PushFire offers a la carte SEO consulting services, which are charged at $500 per hour with a ten-hour minimum, to be used at the client's discretion over time. This service is often used by medium to large businesses with in-house SEO teams, that would like an outside professional opinion, confirmation, or assistance with the agency's overall strategy.
PushFire also offers SEO audit services, which covers 18 crucial aspects of your website and other research and analytical data when needed. Additionally, it offers monthly SEO services, which entails adding strategic onsite content designed to draw in and engage your visitors and it does so by utilizing extensive keyword research, user intent, links and search engines. PushFire can also help you with producing your own content, how to promote it on your site and how to make sure it gets featured on other websites as well.
If you were hit with a Google penalty and experienced a decrease in traffic, PushFire offers a service that will help identify and fix any bad links to get your rankings back.
PushFire offers a variety of PPC management services, such as PPC audits, AdWords, Bing ads, Facebook ads and remarketing services. The culmination of these services includes keyword and discovery and selection, ad text creation, help with optimizing your landing pages, conversion tracking, call tracking, ad submission, PPC monitoring, PPC cost management, campaign improvement modification, and competitive research. All of which will help bring you the lowest costs and the highest return on your investment possible.
PushFire's content and link building marketing and strategies are designed to make your brand visible on all the search engines across the internet. It will use proven content strategies to build your online brand through the use of high quality, legitimate, organic, non-paid links.
PushFire doesn't appear to offer social media management services. If it does, the agency's website doesn't clearly state that fact, nor how it will go about offering such.
There is no mention of video SEO services on the PushFire website either. Again, It might very well perform such services; however, there is no indication on the agency's website that it does.
Reputation management services are not offered. This is one area we feel would be easy for PushFire to add to its stellar list of services. Reputation management is something every company should consider. You never know when a competitor, a disgruntled employee or a slew of negative feedback will be posted online. If you don't have anyone monitoring your online reputation, your brand's image could suffer.