6770 NE Century Blvd Hillsboro, OR 97124
6770 NE Century Blvd Hillsboro, OR 97124

Powerful Print Solutions

Pristine offset printing, and quick turn-around digital printing ensures your project looks good and arrives on time – even under the tightest deadlines.
Powerful Web portal Solutions

Combine personalization, innovative ordering, integrated marketing, with customizable 24-hour / world-wide ordering access right from your desktop! Now connecting users and assisting in managing brand assets is just a click away!
Powerful Project Management

We will manage complex projects from direct mail, content data management, mailing lists, variable assembly, packaging and delivery. We do it all!
Powerful and Effective Direct Mail

We will print, fold, bind and mail. Being a qualified supplier to the US Postal Service, we will connect your marketing with your customer list. These are complex tasks we do to take the worry off of you.
Powerful branding through Self Promotion

We can apply your brand to all kinds of surfaces. From t-shirts and jackets to vehicles, pens, frisbees, cups and.. well, pretty much anything. We do much more than just apply ink to paper.
Powerful On Demand Fulfillment

We can reduce your overhead, track your items and maintain a tight inventory. Whatever time or day, we can process your orders with our automated online ordering, allowing you to meet your client’s and dealer’s expectations.
Powerful Packaging

The world is 3-D. And we have the technology to design, construct, die-cut and deliver a full range of packages created to your exact specifications in all kinds of materials.
Powerfully Easy

Our tech savvy and obsession over print never gets in the way of our most important business practices: being honest, doing the right thing and being approachable and accommodating. Being friendly, knowledgeable professionals has always been key to keeping our customers happy.

Come visit. Take the tour. We’d love to have the opportunity to show you just how powerful a printing partner can be.

  • Stacy Henderson, President, Kmotion, Inc.
    Stacy Henderson, President, Kmotion, Inc.

    Having worked with Lithtex for several years, we rely heavily on their expertise and proactive problem solving. We have worked with multiple printers and print reps, and always feel confident using Lithtex as our go-to, as their knowledge and expertise are clearly superior in a very competitive industry.

How to Search Engine Optimize Your Content

How to Search Engine Optimize Your Content

As an entrepreneur, small business owner or professional marketer, it’s important to recognize the power of search engine optimization in today’s technological world. If marketing helps grow your business, then search engine optimization helps grow your marketing efforts.

When people think of “search engine optimization” they often imagine keywords popping up on a screen, so search engines can better scan a website then use those keywords to move the website higher up in search engine rankings. However, although keywords are a valuable component of SEO, there’s a lot more to keep in mind. A website's optimization is integral to improving marketing efforts and growing the business. Here’s some key pointers for how to search engine optimize your content.

1. Analyze the target market.
The first step in successfully optimizing a website is analyzing a business or organization’s target market. In other words, what is your purpose and who are you trying to reach with that purpose? Complete an analysis of your current website to see what keywords you might already be using, your present search engine rankings and some potential goals you have for your search engine optimization. Then, complete a competitive analysis and examine other websites who have similar purposes or are even competitors.

Finally, analyze your target market through an initial keyword search. Develop a preliminary list of search items you believe might be relevant to the website. Start with the question: if you were looking for this business, what would you type into a search engine? Generate a few ideas, connecting phrases and words to start out your optimization process.

2. Research the ideal keywords.
Once your target market has been analyzed, dive deeper into researching your ideal keywords. Use tools such as the Google Keyword Planner to see who is searching for those keywords, what some related words might be and how well those words rank in commonly searched terms. Look into the search volume for each word, and be sure to focus your efforts on words that people are actually searching for.

For instance, if a business works in plumbing, they might prefer to refer to a worker as a “repairman.” However, perhaps the keyword that is more commonly searched is “plumber.” Issues like this are things to take into consideration when searching for your ideal keywords. Focus on search volume and relevance to your cause to identify the keywords you want to use throughout your content.

3. Focus the content around 1-2 keywords.
When you have those keywords identified, focus your content primarily on 1-2 keywords on every website page. For instance, in a blog article, choose a few keywords you want the topic of that article to be circled around. Then, integrate those keywords naturally throughout the article. Some other areas to consider utilizing your keywords in include the title of the post, the subheadings and throughout the body, the website URL, the meta-description and even the title tags of the page (that little tab up top on your web browser).

Search engines like Google scan all of these key components when searching through your content for keywords to include in their search results. Focusing your efforts on a few choice keywords on every page will have farther-reaching results than stretching yourself too thin and trying to integrate multiple keywords on every single page. Plus, it will seem more natural and flow better for your website visitors.

Once your website has been properly optimized, it’s important to maintain continual testing and measuring, to make sure your keywords are still ranking where they should, and therefore your website ranks where it want it to in search results. Search engine optimization can seem confusing, but once a business has it figured out, it serves as an integral part of marketing efforts to help grow the cause.