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Wall Street Woes Generate Growth for NY SEO Firm


Not all was lost during the Wall Street melt down of 2008. The tumultuous year was marked by a silver lining for an Internet Marketing and SEO firm specializing in internet marketing for Wall Street’s financial leaders. The Pasch Consulting Group, who offers digital marketing and Search Engine Optimization services, saw a dramatic increase in Wall Street business during one of the country’s most difficult year.

The past year was marked by the downfall of financial giants and the emergence of new boutique Wall Street firms. The turmoil has forced top traders, analysts, and strategists to move to once rival firms or join new startup ventures. This uptick of business formation has generated a demand for a fresh, professional financial website design and internet marketing services.

Wall Street firms are turning to the Pasch Consulting Group (PCG) for expertise in creating a new image on the Internet. PCG has also been called upon by New York City financial firms to guide them in the use of social networking platforms, email marketing and viral marketing to target specific client demographics.

Brian Pasch, CEO of PCG, commented on the explosive trend, “There is a tremendous reorganization going on in Wall Street right now. Internet marketing and web design is very hot. Companies need new websites and new logos to represent the new entities that are being formed every week, and they need them fast.”

The Pasch Consulting Group is an award winning SEO firm serving clients in New York and New Jersey as well as across the United States. For more information on Wall Street Website Design and Search Engine Marketing services, visit


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