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Boomcycle Digital Marketing inks SEO Services agreement

San Francisco Bay Area digital marketing company Boomcycle has signed an agreement with financial planner Cornerstone Wealth Management for a full web design and SEO services program, with a new website due to drop in Q4 of 2020.
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Bay Area digital marketing, web design, and search engine optimization (SEO) firm, Boomcycle Digital Marketing (boomcycle.com), has inked an agreement with Cornerstone Wealth Management of San Ramon, California for digital marketing and SEO services.

“We are very excited to welcome Cornerstone Wealth Management to the fold,” said David Victor, founder and CEO of Boomcycle. “We look forward to developing their next generation web presence and a comprehensive digital marketing program for the premier financial planner in the East Bay Area.”

Rich Arzaga, founder and CEO of Cornerstone Wealth Management, is similarly bullish on joining forces.

“We look forward to our partnership with Boomcycle. We share the same values in business: to deliver the best possible service and results to our respective clients. This is the framework for a long, productive relationship.”

The new Cornerstone website will use Boomcycle’s proprietary Intelligent Web Design process, which combines modern marketing presentation techniques with real-world search engine data to create a compelling website design.

Though the structure of the new website will be designed to appeal to search engines, the aesthetics of the site will be designed for people.

“The sites I’ve seen that are designed with a ‘search engine first’ mentality are sometimes pretty ugly,” opines Victor. “We have developed special, forward-thinking visuals which will be unique in the financial advisory sector, while the architecture will present a powerful SEO profile.”

The new Cornerstone Wealth Management website is scheduled to debut in Q4 2020.

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