It’s a way of managing your site’s content to make sure that your business’s website is easily findable by the clients you hope to connect with.
Over 95% of searches never go past page one. So if you’re not being discovered on page one, how much business are you losing every day?
As much as we’d all love to simply build a website, and instantly attract all of the clients we need, that’s just not how it works.
SEO is kind of like an eighth-grade popularity contest. In this case, Google would be the judge, determining who wins the prizes. Yahoo and Bing get to judge too, but their votes count for less than 10% of what Google’s does.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of ways that Google determines the winner as they try to determine who’s websites are the most relevant to those doing the searching.
Some of the analytics Google and the others consider are:
-How long someone stays on your website. (Bounce Rate.)
-How quickly your site loads. (Image size and compression.)
-How many other sites refer to your site. (Authority.)
-How much relevant content you have.
-How well your site is designed. (Functionality.)
-Tags, Descriptions, and Keyword placement.
-And many many other variables.
We have a team that knows exactly what Google’s formula is for determining the winners and works daily to ensure that your website meets that criteria so you get page-one results and, as a result, more new customers and clients.
We take all our clients’ privacy seriously and will not share your information with anyone.