How Will SEO Grow Your Business?
Generate New Clientele
The goal of an SEO campaign is to rank your website higher on the search results page. A higher rank will help your site gain visibility and generate more leads from your website. By focusing on your website's search visibility, you will bring customers to your business that would otherwise be working with your competitors.
Create Authoratative Content
When people enter your website, they must find the content easy to access and valuable to them. Our content plans focus on answering the questions people are searching for today. By implementing a content-first strategy, users will value your site and return time and time again.
Connect with the right customer
We don't want to attract anybody and everybody to your website. Our mission is to attract high-quality leads. Keyword research and brand analysis will help customize the SEO strategy to your brand. Understanding your business and the target audience can attract users more likely to do business with you.
Rise up in Search Results
When people use your website, they must find the content easy to access and valuable. Google will reward helpful content with higher Search Engine rankings. By focusing on user experience and content, Other companies will be more likely to backlink to your website. Backlinks are vital to establishing your site's authority on the web.
How Does SEO Work?
SEO enhances your Digital Visibility
SEO is a marketing strategy that promotes your business online and increases your website visibility in search results.
People searching for businesses, services, or products online will use a search engine like Google. We find the keywords people are searching for and optimize your site using those search terms. We curate informative content the will help the users understand why they should choose your products and services.
On-page SEO is a technique that focuses on high-quality content to promote your business.
Technical SEO is work done on your website to ensure that search engines can properly access your website.
How We Launch a PPC Campaign
Technical SEO focuses on the back-end of your website and database. We ensure search engines can properly crawl your website and the site's code contains the proper SEO markup. Page load speed is now a Google ranking factor, and we optimize for load times too!
- On-Page SEO
On-page SEO aims to optimize your website's page titles, HTML tags, meta descriptions, and content. It's about optimizing each page with the proper keywords and SEO best practices. On-page optimization will help your product and service pages rank higher by explicitly telling the search engine each web page's purpose.
- Keyword Research
Keyword research is a cornerstone of every SEO campaign. Keyword research involves finding the terms that people type into the search bar. Finding the right keywords allows us to gain impressions for various keywords and drive new traffic to your site.
- Content Writing
We provide SEO-optimized content writing services that will keep your audience engaged. By adding new content to your blog on a schedule, your site is always fresh and interesting. Search Engines love to see that your blog is active and alive!
- Local SEO
Local SEO refers to strategies designed explicitly for users searching for goods and services based on their specific geographical area. We suggest utilizing Google My Business as well as creating content that satisfies local search keywords.
- Off-page SEO
Off-page optimization includes citation management, brand mentions, quality link building, and social media marketing. Off-page SEO is the last step in our strategy because your website must be a source for credible information before other websites and business link to it.
Why Is SEO Important?
When considering SEO for your business, research these questions to help determine if SEO is right for you.
- Are your competitors outranking you on Google?
- Can users easily find your website online?
- Are you receiving enough phone calls and lead form submissions?
- Do you have a new website and want to generate more traffic?
Let's explore these four SEO questions
1 Competition research - The first step is to create a list of keywords that people would search to find your business. Use something like "keyword" and "your city". I would use "digital marketing Cleveland" to see my competitors. Next, head over to Google and start searching for these keywords.
2 Can users find your site? - If you don't see your website on the first five pages of Google, there is an opportunity to gain more traffic through organic search and SEO. Users probably won't go further than page two or three in the search engine results pages (SERP) to find their answer.
3 Are you getting enough leads? - Are you tracking phone calls from your Google My Business account versus your website? Do you have a lead form tracking system in place? If you answer these "No" to any of these questions, you can't tell if your leads are trending in the right direction. If your receptionist reports a sharp drop in phone calls or website form submissions, there could be an SEO explanation for this. Maybe one of your competitors started investing in SEO for their website. Search engine visibility directly relates to lead generation and affects your business' ability to grow. Furthermore, competitor SEO campaigns can negatively affect your search engine visibility by pushing your website down in the SERP.
4 Do you want a new website or just launched your site? - New websites generate very little traffic because they are the new kid on the block. Once the site has launched, your focus should shift to optimizing your page for search engines and growing your site with helpful content that people find engaging. After all, helping people and providing amazing service is what your business is all about! If you take care of all the SEO optimizations in your control and provide your users with information that will improve their lives, the website will soon generate leads.