Zunch Debuts SEO Report Card for SMBs

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Zunch Communications Inc. has introduced the SEO Report Card to let small and midsize businesses compete with their larger counterparts on the Web.

The report card grades SMBs on critical optimization aspects of Web sites.

"Zunch created the SEO Report Card because we love helping businesses propel in the search engines," said John G. Sanchez, chairman/CEO at Zunch Communications, Dallas. "However, some small businesses may not have the budget for a traditional SEO agreement.

"That is where the SEO Report Card comes in," he said. "This report fills a void in the market, offering affordable and professional advice from proven experts to help these businesses actively compete on the Web."

The report card gives a broad analysis of a site and identifies any drawbacks that obstruct search engine optimization performance. There is a one-time fee for the report card. Zunch  is an international interactive marketing agency that offers SEO services.

"This comprehensive report, complete with handwritten notes, is perfect for new Web site owners or marketers who are ready to dive into SEO but could use direction from a leading expert," Mr. Sanchez said.

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