Aargus Web Creative - 3107 East Service Dr. Detroit, MI 48242 (734)786-1312
Aargus Web Creative provides a complete line of Internet services across the USA and particularly, in it's home market of Southern Michigan.Teh Internet has become and extremely powerful marketing platform, eclipsing many more traditional channels such as a print, mailers, cold calling,billboards, etc. in effectiveness. The reach of the Internet is global, with one website able to reach anyone on the planet who has a computer and an Internet connection. Various strategies can include extremely specific targeting marketing using a variety of demographic elements such as location, gender, special interest, to name a few. Some of the services we provide are;
|Keywords Analysis & Research||Manual Directory Submissions|
|Keyword Mapping||Site Maps (HTML,XML,TXT)|
|Meta Tags Implementation||ALT Tag Implementation|
|Article Submissions||Press Release Distributions|
|Google Web Tools Setup||Google My Business|
|Competitor Analysis||Structured Data|
|Anchor Text Implementation||Social Bookmarking Submissions|
|Google Analytics||Backlink Building|
|Google Adwords||Weekly Ranking Summary|
Major Industries and Commercial Activity
Detroit, famously known as the 'Motor City, is located in the Eastern half of Michigan on the Detroit River between Lake Huron and Lake Erie and is the largest ciy in the state. After 80 years of automobile design and manufacturing, the automotive industry still dominates employment in the area. From a population of close to 20,000,000 in 1950, the Detroit proper poplulation has halved with a current count of approximately 850,000. This is due to a varirty of factors, but primarily to the process of automotive production outsourcing to offshore vendors, particularily Mexico. This has caused a severe decline in jobs, reducing the City's tax base to a level of contributing urban decay. Surrounding suburbs such as Bloomfiled Hills and Gross Point are very wealthy enclaves surrounding Detroit and much of the City of Detroit's populuation has migrated to these and the many other towns and villages outside the city proper, or simply left the area completely..
Detroit is the oldest of the major cities West of the original founding colonies and the only city in the US that would have you traveling to the South to enter Canada. Began as a fur-trading town in the 1700s, Detroit took advantage of its perfectly positioned geographical location in the 1800s, becoming a major shipping and manufacturing center. With an influx of workers from overseas as well as the Southern part of America, including many African Americans, Detroit was an industrial giant in the early part of the 1900s. During the course of World War I and II, Detroit was a leading provider to the military effort. The birthplace of the automobile and the home of the "Big Three ", Ford, Chrysler and General Motors, Detroit remains the center of the automotive industry despite competition from Europe and Japan. One of the largest manufacturing and production cities in the U.S., Detroit is a leader in , fabricated-metal, food and beverages, steel chemicals, paper related products,.
The health care industry is also among the city's largest employers. There are also a few post-secondary colleges in Detroit, such as Wayne State University, The University of Detroit Mercy, Marygrove College, and the College for Creative Studies. Other educational options include enrolling in an online school. These institutions can help people earn degrees in communication, business, psychology, and social work.
RESTARAUNTS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS
Detroit has meny fine restaraunts and other interesting attractions.
Four Star Restaraunts as Rated by restaraunts.com
Fisbones</a> - Seafood - Four Stars
Coach Insignia Detroit - Fine Dining at 700 ft agl - Four Stars
Joe Muer Seafood - Fine Dining in the Rennaisance Center - Five Stars
Cliff Bell's - Swanky restored 40s era deco - Ecelectic Cusine - Five Stars
Other Ineresting Attractions
Detroit Riverfront Conservancy - Riverfront walk - beautiful park on the river
Detroit Institue of Arts - Art Museum
Motown Historical Museum - History of Detroit's music evolution
Comerica Park - Detroit Tigers Baseball