We are a team of dedicated marketers who want to help your business thrive online. Whatever your business or audience, you can benefit from higher visibility and better search rankings.
We pursue relationships with businesses that understand the value and power of online marketing, but don't have the resources to manage it themselves.
Alameda Internet Marketing is a small company with offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Dallas / Fort Worth area run by Ross Taylor.
Ross has a core team of talent as well as a pool of networked resources for support to make any project scalable. Our longtime partners know that the advantage to working with us is results and honest communication from a group that takes the time to understand their goals and message.
Search marketing is an in-demand yet highly unregulated industry and trust is hard to find. Knowing this, we reinforce trust by not forcing anyone into long term agreements or contracts for our standard offerings.
Besides proven successes with partner campaigns, Alameda Internet Marketing has been building a reputation as a quality service provider with a high Better Business Bureau grade, membership in local business associations and the Chamber of Commerce, and most notably high search engine visibility in one the web’s most competitive markets: SEO.
O U R AIM
To help America's businesses grow their reach and audience through online marketing.
Passionate About Partnerships
We prefer to build partnerships over selling to clients. We are dedicated to providing services to our partners that have great value to their online reach and help them grow.
Some remarkable events our digital marketing agency went through.
Agency launched as Bay Area SEO from a home office.
First client comes on board and is still a client to this day!
Agency rebrands as Alameda Internet Marketing.
Established San Francisco Bay Area headquarters.
Full time content and social media manager joins the team.
Alameda Internet Marketing is now expanded to Dallas, TX.
Winners of category "Website Creator" in Alameda Magazine's Annual "Best of Alameda" Issue.