You’ve heard of IMDB,, Box Office Mojo,, or Baseline, haven’t you. You would find information like filmography, office address, resumes, bios, photos, etc. on producers like Mary Aloe and production companies like Aloe Entertainment. On some of these sites, especially the fee based professional subscription service version of these sites and others, you’d find more in depth information and analysis of popularity and projects in development, Well, what about Google? What about purposefully marketing you or your project and company on Google?

If you are a smart producer, savvy in marketing your company and/or project, you would take a hint from producer Mary Aloe and her team at Aloe Entertainment and get to work on optimizing the rank of you and your company and/or project on this most popular search engine (Google is three times as popular as the #2 and #3 search engines – BING and YahooSearch).
The following statistics are from a study called “Beginners Guide to to  SEO”, which was leaked from AOL’s search engine logs:
  • The first ranking position in the search results receives 42.25% of all click-through traffic
  • The second position receives 11.94%
  • Third position on the first page obtains 8.47%
  • The fourth placed position on page one receives 6.05%
  • The others on the first page are under 5% of click through traffic
  • The first ten results (page one ) received 89.71% of all click-through traffic,
  • The next 10 results (normally listed on the second page of results) received 4.37%
  • Third page receives a total  of 2.42 %
  • The fifth page receives a total of only 1.07%
  • All other pages of results received less than 1% of total search traffic clicks.
Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team give focused time to optimizing the SEO of their organization and projects with listings and posts on such sites as:
and many more, including the others mentioned in the first paragraph and basic information sites, like:
All of these and more add up to higher rankings on Google, which equals higher visibility for your organization and project. Like Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team, you will not only want to start your own website (obvious), but get videos up on YouTube and the like for more exposure on Google, which will definitely lead to more tickets sold or eyes on your project, and more business for your company.