New York, U.S.

Internet Marketing Geeks – A Digital Marketing Company to Help You Reach Your Customers in NYC

Whether it’s visiting your online store or learning about your business in a local search query, a great deal of New York residents will use the internet to find you.

The increased demand for online shopping has significantly increased the competition amongst retailers and companies of any scale. Nowadays, a business can’t increase online visibility or brand awareness without a marketing plan. Therefore, a well-built digital marketing plan has become the most crucial indicator of success.

At Internet Marketing Geeks, we’ve assembled a team of exceptional marketers with talents, skills, and expertise that spans over a century of experience. Every member of our team will work towards your success to reach the right audiences in the crowded New York City.

We are at the steering wheel of many successful business marketing plans and provide the following services:

  • Complete Analysis & Audit
  • A Customized Marketing Strategy
  • A customized Content Marketing Plan
  • Brand Strategy
  • Logo and Branding
  • Signage Design
  • Website Design
  • Email Marketing
  • Website Development
  • Hosting and Maintenance
  • Technical Support
  • eCommerce SEO
  • Technical SEO
  • Content Writing
  • On-Page SEO
  • Off-Page SEO
  • Local SEO
  • PPC and Advertising
  • Social Media Marketing
  • And more!

Regardless of how far you are into establishing your business, whether starting from scratch or improving your online reputation for an existing brand and boosting revenue, we can help.

The popularity of New York City spans over centuries and has long been on the radars of millions of international and domestic travelers. The city receives over 66 million annual travelers, and more than 8 million residents call New York City home. It is a dream destination for many and has become synonymous with American culture. New York City, Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, or Times Square and their portrayal in popular films and T.V. are perhaps the first images that come to many foreigners’ minds when they think of the United States. The Big Apple has undoubtedly made its mark in the film and T.V. industry with so many movies and television series set in NYC.

New York is also the first place many foreigners visit and where most European immigrants came starting in the late 19th century. The Statue of Liberty was the first sight newcomers saw once they arrived in New York Harbor on Ellis Island. Unsurprisingly New York City has become the symbol of liberty, freedom, and endless possibilities.

Located at the mouth of Hudson River, about halfway between Boston and Washington D.C., New York City is the largest and most populated American metropolis offering an unforgettable experience for any visitor or resident living in this busy, beautiful, and yet hectic city evoking happy or sometimes bittersweet emotions in many.

New York combines various neighborhoods within its five boroughs – Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Queens, each offering their unique atmosphere, attractions, culture scene, and lifestyle. As a result, New York is the most linguistically and ethnically diverse urban center globally with the most multicultural society.

The city’s art and culture scene are unparalleled, with some of the best museums and art galleries in the country located in New York, namely, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, American Museum of Natural History, Guggenheim, Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Frick Collection.

Even though many locals dislike it and prefer to stay away as far from it as possible, Times Square is unquestionably one of the top sights in New York. This one of the busiest pedestrian sites globally will amaze you with unparalleled energy, neon lights, skyscrapers, and digital billboards, all of which, combined, look quite impressive. Still, if you snap a picture of it and post it on your social feed, people will know you’re not from the city.

Other popular local attractions in New York include:

  • Central Park
  • Broadway
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • High Line
  • Grand Central Terminal
  • The National September 11
  • 5th Avenue
  • Coney Island
  • Madison Square Garden

And so much more!

Economy

New York has been amongst the wealthiest American cities for centuries, and one of the reasons is the Port of New York – the gateway of goods that enabled the constant stream of commerce in the city.

New York State has a GDP of $1,7 trillion, making it the third-largest economy nationwide after Texas and California. The City of New York’s GDP is higher than any other American city – it reached $1,4 trillion in 2020. If New York City were a country, it’d rank the 13th largest economy globally after South Korea.

New York City is the primary center for finance, banking, and communication nationwide. It is also a leading hub for manufacturing and shipping ports. New York’s leading industries not only drive the state’s economy, but they are also a major driving force at the national and global scale. These include:

Financial Services

Wall Street, the mecca of the financial services sector, is located in Manhattan, New York, making the city a leading industry hub. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), aka Big Board, on Wall Street, is the world’s largest equity exchange founded in 1817. It is the central market for investors to buy and sell stocks and is arguably the most influential stock exchange globally. Although this sector is not the biggest employer in New York generated the highest gross domestic product, reaching $429 billion in the state’s GDP.

Healthcare

Healthcare is at the core of New York’s economy and one of the biggest employers in the city. With such a large population of more than 8 million residents (twice the population of Croatia or Moldova), it’s not surprising that healthcare services are in demand.

Retail Trade

Retail trade encompasses a variety of subindustries like electronics, clothing, or foods and beverages and is amongst the primary industries driving the city’s and the state’s economy. 

Retail Council of New York State reports more than 941,000 workers in more than 77,000 New York retail businesses. A great majority of these jobs are in New York City. In addition, the retail trade industry accounted for $64.5 billion in New York’s GDP in 2020.

eCommerce

Like any other American city, online shopping in New York is in demand. As a result, many New Yorkers now prefer ordering goods online, resulting in the growth and expenditure of online retailers. Per the recent Small Business Pulse survey by the U.S. Census Bureau, a higher proportion of retail respondents say they plan to sell online or develop websites within the next six months, more than respondents in all other sectors.

According to a Household Pulse Survey by U.S. Census Bureau, about 47 percent of respondents increased their online spending, and 36 percent are now using credit cards and smartphone apps to make purchases more frequently.

Schedule a Discovery Session Today

If your business in New York needs growth, success, and high ROI, we are ready to help. We’ll meet to understand what your business needs to succeed by asking high-value questions designed to give us a greater understanding of your company and its goals and objectives. Based on what we learn about your business, we will craft the perfect, customized solution that meets all of your needs and goals. We will work across multiple platforms and outlets to reach your customers and convey the value of your brand to all audiences. So start writing your business’s success story at Internet Marketing Geeks today!

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