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1

Secured Network Services

Littleton

IT

1.4m

40

08/1989

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2

Eastern Propane & Oil, Inc.

Loudon

Oil and Propane

141,000

80

12/1990

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3

Creare

Hanover

Manufacturing

402,000

21

10/1991

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4

Saint Anselm College

Manchester

Education

51,700

55

11/1993

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5

Albany International Corp.

Rochester

Manufacturing

462,000

50

02/1994

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6

PC Connection Inc.

Merrimack

Information Technology

18,700

5,690

06/1994

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7

Velcro USA, Inc.

Manchester

Manufacturing

37,900

50

11/1994

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8

New England College

Henniker

Education

62,000

4,560

12/1994

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9

Waterville Valley Resort

Waterville Valley

Meeting Space

65,000

3,180

12/1994

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10

McLane Middleton

Concord

Attorney

307,000

1,480

02/1995

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11

Freudenberg-NOK

Ashland

Manufacturing

168,000

47

02/1995

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12

Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green PA

Concord

Attorney

586,000

2,770

04/1995

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13

Orr & Reno, PA

Concord

Attorney

1.07m

1,370

04/1995

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14

Fuss & O'Neill, Inc.

Manchester

Engineer

665,000

51

04/1995

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15

Wildcat Mountain

Gorham

Skiing

77,200

11

05/1995

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16

Zco Corporation

Nashua

Computer Software

1.05m

50

05/1995

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17

Hitchiner Manufacturing Co., Inc.

Milford

Manufacturing

1.08m

4,580

05/1995

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18

Sulloway & Hollis, PLLC

Concord

Attorney

1.23m

1,230

07/1995

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19

Ski NH

Conway

Non-profit

74,000

186

07/1995

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20

Unitil

Hampton

Utility

75,400

3,780

08/1995

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21

Citizens Bank

Concord

Banking

1,450

8,530

08/1995

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22

Hypertherm, Inc.

Hanover

Cutting Technology

45,800

641

08/1995

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23

Baker Newman Noyes, LLC

Manchester

Accountant

435,000

2,560

09/1995

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24

WMUR-TV

Manchester

Media

45,500

244,000

10/1995

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25

Lamont, Hanley & Associates, Inc.

Manchester

Collection Agency

1.03m

7

10/1995

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26

Bretton Woods

Bretton Woods

Lodging

42,800

50

11/1995

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27

Gunstock Mountain Resort

Gilford

Attraction

41,300

4,440

11/1995

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28

New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc.

Laconia

Manufacturing

423,000

40

12/1995

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29

Fiduciary Trust Company of New England

Manchester

Financial Service

277,000

50

12/1995

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30

Grolen Computers

Manchester

Computer Service

3.64m

28

12/1995

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31

Sunrise Labs

Bedford

Medical Development

510,000

11

01/1996

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32

Safran Optics 1

Bedford

Defense

989,000

38

01/1996

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33

Red River

Claremont

Information Technology

136,000

95

02/1996

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34

Turbocam International

Barrington

Manufacturing

846,000

0

02/1996

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35

Mr. Rooter Plumbing

Bow

Plumbing and Heating

16,600

7,060

03/1996

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36

Mt. Washington Auto Road

Gorham

Attraction

68,000

82

03/1996

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37

Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank

Woodsville

Banking

175,000

51

03/1996

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38

Hunkins & Eaton Insurance Agency, Inc.

Littleton

Insurance

5.06m

38

03/1996

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39

Conway Scenic Railroad

North Conway

Attraction

81,300

7

03/1996

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40

New Hampshire Federal Credit Union

Concord

Banking

282,000

2,850

03/1996

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41

Trumbull-Nelson

West Lebanon

Construction

3.9m

32

03/1996

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42

The Flying Goose

New London

Restaurant

378,000

1

04/1996

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43

Colby Sawyer College

New London

Education

146,000

874

04/1996

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44

Town of Claremont

Claremont

Government

130,000

1,230

04/1996

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45

Bank of New Hampshire

Concord

Banking

63,500

7,370

04/1996

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46

Bank of NH

Gorham

Banking

61,300

46

04/1996

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47

GEOKON

Lebanon

Manufacturing

656,000

119

04/1996

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48

WOKQ Townsquare Media

Dover

Radio

98,600

15,400

04/1996

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49

Casella Resource Solutions

Belmont

Environmental Service

3,000

6,900

04/1996

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50

Dead River Company

Plymouth

Oil and Propane

68,600

0

04/1996

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How does your company rank?

We can help you elevate your business's website today! ZeroToDigital is a web and digital marketing agency located in Loudon, New Hampshire, and we help companies both start and optimize their online presence through marketing tactics and website optimization.

What goes into our NH business website ranking formula?

Ranking formula explained

Our formula for ranking New Hampshire business websites is based on simple, straightforward online metrics.

Our creation of these website rankings for New Hampshire-based businesses was based on 2 things - for us to get a better understanding of the businesses that we were serving here at ZeroToDigital, and the notion that competition inspires action.

Once you launch a website, it can be easy to think that your potential customers will simply find your site and sign up as loyal, paying customers. But that's not the case, and it helps to be aware of and review your competition on a regular basis to find motivation for continued investment.

Our ranking is based on Semrush Rank, which calculates a ranking of all domains on the internet with highest organic visibility. This is based on how estimated monthly traffic the domain receives from organic search. Organic simply refers to non-paid traffic (i.e. users that discover your website via a Google search result and click to visit your page).

"The lower the rank number, the bigger the website's online presence. For example, sites like Google, Wikipedia, Amazon and YouTube all have Semrush rankings of less than 10."

So, what does this information mean to you?

With the ability to compare your website to other businesses in your state, industry and even town, you'll be able to more accurately determine how your site compares with your competition.

Why is a certain company ranked higher than yours? What are they doing that you aren't? Start on this page and click through to their website to start your competitive analysis.

Below, we're going to give you some ideas that might be able to help you get started with your website optimization activities.

How you can improve your website's ranking

Improve your ranking

Our formula for ranking New Hampshire business websites is simple, but to grow your website and optimize it's performance, there are a few things that you should do.

Maybe you just found your website in the list above, and it wasn't ranked nearly as high as you hoped it would be. Or maybe your business wasn't listed at all and you want to make sure that when it does get listed it will be in good standing vs your competitors.

We're going to briefly describe a few things that you can and should focus on to improve your website.

But, before diving in, it's important to keep in mind that your ultimate goal should not be to rank first on our New Hampshire company list above, but rather to turn your website into a traffic-acquiring, revenue growing machine for your business.

By focusing on optimizing your website, the high rankings (and bragging rights) will follow!

Before diving head-first into investing time and money into your website, it's important that you have realistic expectations. These are not bad expectations. Bad expectations would lead you to believe that no matter how hard you worked, building and managing a website that grows your business will not be possible.

Realistic expectations are having the mindset that to get to a certain level, a certain amount of work will be required. And, with the work put in consistently, that level will be achieved.

Websites require constant investment. Unfortunately, just paying a website developer $5,000, $10,000 or $20,000 will not be enough. It might look nice, but it will eventually fade away without constant nurturing and analysis.

So, understand that this will take some work, and it will require some time, but the positive results will happen to those who are consistent and don't give up too soon.

From our experience of working with many companies, small to large, the best long-term impact of website performance and attaining new, organic customers is by having a consistent content creation strategy. This might require a basic understanding of how search engines work.

Search engines like Google and Bing exist to help users, billions and billions of users a day, to find things on the internet that they're looking for. A user doesn't know where to start other than by entering a few relevant keywords in a search input field. But they'll know and be frustrated if they are then returned a list of irrelevant and low-quality webpages.

So, search engines deploy automated webcrawlers to simply navigate the internet all day every day looking for and indexing as much content as possible. Once they have this content, they will try to understand it and then return it to users who might be searching for it - in order of the deemed quality of the content.

Quality might be determined by the length of the content, its originality, how well it performs at keeping website visitors on its page, and more.

Your job, as a website owner or content creator, is to create as much original, high quality content as possible that will be indexed by search engines and increase your website's chances of being listed in as many search engine result pages as possible.

Sure, a business can have a 1-page website, but for each additional page you create, you create new opportunities for those pages to be found as well which will capture free, organic traffic and bring it back to your site.

Ready to take the next step? You can do so by taking the content that you've created, and optimize it for search engines.

A minute ago, we mentioned search engine webcrawlers - the enormous pieces of code that exist on servers all over the world and constantly scan, crawl and index the internet.

Well, as smart of computers have become these days, they're still machines, so we can and should actually optimize our page's content (and even some back-end source code) to better "speak" with these web crawlers.

This means doing things like:

  • Editing our content to contain important, relevant keywords and phrases that users might type into a search query
  • Compressing images so that our webpages load faster
  • Making sure that we're correctly using header tags, and adding accessible, alternate text to media elements
  • Adding context to your pages via metadata tags

Search engine optimization is a logical next-step to growing your website after initiating a consistent content marketing plan. SEO performed on a thin website, or a site without much content, will not yield worthwhile results. But SEO performed on a content-heavy site can be the difference between your content ranking on the second or first page of search engines.

Don't forget what the purpose of your website is. It's not to look nice or share information. No, the goal of your website is to grow your business or organization by way of increasing sales and prospects.

This means that your website and pages should act as sort of "sales funnels" that accept all site visitors at the top and then funnels them through a journey of product or service exploration and, at the bottom, converts them into customers.

So, your content should be geared towards helping the user get from point A to point B.

  • Point A is maybe your home page
  • Point B is a page that lists all of your services
  • C is a specific service
  • D is why that service is worth it
  • E is why other people paid for it
  • F is where the user can purchase it for themselves

Too often, websites are filled with mostly information about the company. We just performed a live website case study on a local Milford, New Hampshire business whose homepage and navigation menu were 90% about the company, and only 10% about the user.

Declutter your website and make it easy for the user to know what to do and where to go next.

Finally, for everything you do, you should know how to review your progress and make modifications that will improve your performance.

Without having a plan to consistently review, analyze and update your website, you'll never know if your efforts are paying off, or which ones are paying off the most.

For example, let's say that you have a webpage that contains content highlighting one of your products and what sets it apart from your competition. After about a month, you take a look at your site metrics or analytics account and see that that page gets a lot of traffic. Great! However, not a great percentage of the visitors to this page are then proceeding to the next page where they can purchase that product.

Well, that sort of makes it worthless, right? After all, you're trying to sell your products, not be a blogger!

Now that you know this information, you can react to it in a few ways:

  • Make the link or button to the next page more obvious
  • Maybe move the payment form over to this same page so that the user doesn't even have to leave to pay
  • Modify the content a bit by adding more sales-focused copy to convice the user to take the next step

Without review, you might think that things are working well, or you just have no idea. But by seeing and analyzing your site's metrics, you can take action based on real, live data which makes it easier to work into the budget.

What happens next?

Next steps

What our plan is for this list, and what you should do next for your business.

So, where do we go from here? Our plan with this list is to keep it being an accurate, up-to-date ranking of New Hampshire-based business websites for use by the general public.

If your website isn't shown on this list (if you're not sure, you can perform a quick search for company name), please contact us.

Now, don't let this opportunity to grow your website's presence and effectiveness at turning visitors into customers pass you by. ZeroToDigital works with New Hampshire-based businesses every day - we take the time to learn your business and help you build and execute website and digital marketing strategies that you can count on for future growth. Contact us today!f

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