HOW WE DO IT
We are not a dedicated SEO Company but we use tools to prepare you for the next step in the process of getting traffic from the “free,” “organic,” “editorial” or “natural” search results on search engines. Then we guide you with the process on how gaining visibility with all major search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. We go over the importance of content, titles, keywords, descriptions, videos, images, and social media campaigns in order to get a better rank online. You are not alone, we can help you!
Once you have your website created..what do you do now to market it? There are proven ways to do it. Among them you can try Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Blogging, Pay per clik (PPC) Internet advertising, Facebook ads, YouTube, Email Marketing, Social Media, and building reputation.
Search Engine Optimization
We understand that some companies have had bad experiences with SEO providers in the past. We also understand that search engine optimization might be something that some businesses haven’t tried before. We can improve that experience for all our customers. We enjoy working to earn your business!
We install free tools for you, tools we understand and worked for all our previous customers. If you want to go more aggressive we can definitely guide you and provide you with a list of options to suit your needs. (Google Analytics, Google Maps, Pinterest, Google+ page, XML sitemap, Webmaster Tools, Google, Bing, and Yahoo.)
Keyword research is the first step to a successful SEO strategy. Those successful with SEO understand what people are searching for when discovering their business in a search engine.
Meta tags still play a vital role in SEO. If you type any keyword into a search engine, you’ll see how that keyword is reflected in the title for that page. Google looks at your page title as a signal of relevance for that keyword.
It’s true, content is king. Search engines have stated that creating quality content is the best way to not only rank for keywords, but also create positive user experiences.
If content is king, then backlinks are queen. Remember, it’s not about which site has the most links, but who has the most quality links pointing back to their website.
The algorithms have truly changed since social media first emerged. Many content websites are community-oriented — Digg began allowing users to vote which stories make the front page, and YouTube factors views and user ratings into their front page rankings.
If you think images don’t play a role, think again. When many consumers search for products in the search engines, not only are they looking at the “Web” results, but they’re also looking at the “images” results.
Analyze your competitors and see what they are doing in terms of on-page optimization, off-page optimization (competitive link analysis) and social media. While you may be doing a lot of the same things they are, it’s incredibly important to think outside the box to get a leg up over the competition.
Search engine algorithms continue to change with time as the Web evolves (Panda Updates, anyone?), so online retailers need to evolve with the engines. We must make sure we keep up-to-date with best practices to claim the best possible rankings for relevant keywords.