When it comes to running a successful business, having an online presence is essential. If you want your business to stand out from the competition, it’s important to understand how Search Engine Optimization (SEO) works and how it can help you reach a larger audience. SEO will help your website rank higher on search engines like Google, increasing visibility and driving more traffic to your website—which means more potential customers. Let’s take a look at what SEO is and why it is so important for businesses.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the practice of improving the visibility of a website or web page in organic (non-paid) search engine results. It involves optimizing both the content and technical aspects of a website in order to increase its ranking on search engine results pages (SERPs). It also involves building backlinks from relevant websites that point back to yours, which will increase your credibility with search engines and boost your ranking.
SEO is an effective way for businesses to improve their visibility online and boost their chances of success. By optimizing your website for search engines, you can ensure that potential customers are able to find you easily when they use relevant keywords in their searches. Additionally, having good SEO will make sure that your content gets seen by more people, as it will rank higher on SERPs than non-optimized websites. This means that more people will be exposed to your brand, which could result in increased sales or leads.
There are many different techniques you can use to improve your website’s ranking on SERPs. One way is by utilizing keyword research tools like Google Keywords Planner and Yahoo! Keyword Tool to identify popular keywords related to products or services that you offer. You should then incorporate these keywords into both the content on your site as well as the meta tags and descriptions associated with each page. Additionally, building quality backlinks from trusted websites can also help improve your rankings on SERPs. Lastly, making sure that all pages on your site are optimized for mobile devices will also help boost rankings as most people now access websites via their smartphones or tablets rather than desktops or laptops.
In summary, SEO plays an important role in helping businesses reach new customers online and increase their chances of success. By optimizing both the content and technical aspects of a website, businesses can ensure that they are seen by more potential customers—driving traffic and ultimately increasing sales or leads. If you want to get started with improving your website’s rankings on SERPs but don’t know where to begin, consider working with a professional digital marketing agency who specializes in providing high-quality SEO services for businesses of all sizes. With their expertise, you’ll be able maximize the potential of digital marketing for your business!
by Mike Kamo
Have you ever heard of the saying…
“If your prospects feels like you are selling to them, then you are doing it wrong.”?
Today, I put together an infographic that will show you:
Marketing Land by Greg Sterling
Mobile Marketing new report released this week by Millward Brown takes a quantitative and qualitative look at multiscreen activity from a number of perspectives. The report is based on a global survey (n=12,000 respondents, 30 countries). The US sample was 444 people, with some behavioral monitoring and interviews.
I’m going to discuss just a few of the findings. However, there’s a great deal of interesting material in the report, which is free.
While this has been asserted by others in the past, Millward Brown confirmed that in the US daily smartphone screen time has now surpassed TV … Read More
Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, announced at Search Marketing Expo that his search team is working the “next generation” Panda update that would appear to many as being softer.
Cutts explained that this new Panda update should have a direct impact on helping small businesses do better.
One Googler on his team is specifically working on ways to help small web sites and businesses do better in the Google search results. This next generation update to Panda is one specific algorithmic change that should have a positive impact on the smaller businesses.
Matt Cutts didn’t mention when the new update is coming out but rather they are currently working on this update. My feeling is that it is far off from being launched, like maybe in two to three months at best, but that is my gut. Read More
Change of rules for your Local SEO. After Google being so strict as to what to let business owners use as their “Business Name”, they just announced within the Google Support that they have made an update in their Place quality guidelines to allow single descriptor within the business name. Why is Google changing this guideline? We don’t know, but make sure to follow it and don’t overdo it.
Here are the revised guidelines:
Basically use only ONE descriptor, either location information or description of what your business offer, but NOT both. So make sure to adjust your local business marketing strategies with this new update.
Make no mistake. Plenty of sites — big brands included — willingly do things in an attempt to rank better on Google that go past SEO tactics that Google itself considers acceptable. However, there’s also no better poster child for how complicated and confusing Google’s rules can be than the fact that Google has had to punish itself with penalties over and over again.
Below, a look back on times when Google took action against itself. FYI, this is a companion piece to our related story on Marketing Land today: 10 Big Brands That Were Penalized By Google. Be sure to also check that out…..Read more
Some business owners are receiving emails from Google requiring them to reverify their listings within three-weeks or their listings will be removed from Google Maps and Google+ Local. The emails contain the subject, “Action Required: You have 3 weeks to save your Google Places Listing.” It is unclear how many businesses have received this notification …Read More
By now, everyone knows that online reviews can have a tremendous impact on consumers’ purchasing decisions. Ultimately, a single review — positive or negative — can tip the scale in favor of one company over another. No doubt, the power of reviews on Google+, Yelp, Angie’s List and other local search directories continues to mount. …Read More