Uniontown Digital Marketing Agency

Three Rivers Marketing is an internet marketing agency that serves many cities within the greater Pittsburgh area and the surrounding communities in southwestern Pennsylvania.  We are officially located in Uniontown which is just south of Pittsburgh.

We specialize in local SEO, lead generation, and reputation management for local businesses. Below are some of the key benefits that we offer.

Key Benefits

  • Zero Risk!
    You only pay for the qualified leads you receive. We’ve found this to be the most fair way to structure it, but we are open to other payment structures, like a consistent monthly payment etc.
  • Exclusive Leads
    Tired of the larger websites like HomeAdvisor sending you garbage leads? Their leads are anything, but exclusive, they sell them to as many local companies as possible. This is why companies that are quick at following up on leads can sometimes still do OK with lead providers like HomeAdvisor, but this is typically why most companies have bad experiences with them. We keep our leads exclusive and only partner with one company in each city, so be sure to jump on these leads before they get to one of your competitors.
  • Call Tracking
    All calls are tracked and recorded. This lets you verify you are only paying for the highly targeted leads that we provide. We agree on a specific length of time that calls need to be over before they are considered a qualified lead.


  • Pay Per Call Lead Generation
  • Reputation Management & Reputation Marketing
  • Local Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Google My Buiness Listing Optimization
  • PPC (Google Adwords, Bing, Etc)
  • One Time Services (such as Citations or Directory Listings)

Uniontown is a city that is located in Pennsylvania, United States. It is part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area and is located just south of Pittsburgh. The population was around 10,000 people in 2010 which has decreased since the 2000 census. It is the largest city in Fayette County and is also the county seat.  Uniontown is slightly west of the center of Fayette County at the coordinates 39°54'0" North, 79°43'28" West (39.900040, -79.724478).

Uniontown was founded by Henry Beeson on July 4, 1776. It is also known as "Beesontown" and "the town of Union." The National Road, which is also known as Cumberland Road, was routed through Uniontown in the early nineteenth century, causing the town to grow along with the road which is now US 40. Ten miles southeast of Uniontown is Fort Necessity, which was built by George Washington during the French and Indian War as well as the site of the Battle of Jumonville Glen, where the North American branch of the war started. Uniontown residents helped slaves escaping from the south via the Underground Railroad in the antebellum years.

In the late 19th century, the town grew due to the development of coal mines and therapidly growing steel industry. Uniontown was the site of violent incidents between coal miners and guards at the local coke works during the bituminous coal miners' strike of 1894. Around 15 guards armed with carbines and machine guns held off an attack of 1,500 strikers, killing five and wounding eight. Similar to most of Western Pennsylvania, Uniontown's economy waned during the region's deindustrialization of the late 20th century. The steel industry restructured and many jobs went elsewhere, including offshore. The decline continued into the 21st century, and the population is currently about half of its peak during 1940. 

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus is a Commonwealth Campus of Pennsylvania State University and is  located in Lemont Furnace. Penn State Fayette is the only four-year degree granting college in Fayette County.

Other cities in Fayette County include: Connellsville, Lemont Furnace, Fairchance, Seven Springs, Ohio Pyle, Laurel Highlands, Fayette City, Perryopolis, and Smithfield.  

Source: Wikipedia

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Three Rivers Marketing

650 Pittsburgh Rd, PMB 2023

Uniontown, PA  15401


(Lat 39.9271342, Long -79.7295102)