Search Engine Optimization
What is SEO?
SEO stands for search engine optimization and is the foundation of your web assets. SEO equips your business by connecting with your consumers and staying visible on search engines such as Google and Bing. This can include further keyword research, blogging services, link-building campaigns, and other on-page optimization tactics.
How many types of SEO are there?
There are three types of SEO you need for a well-rounded organic search strategy:
By breaking down your strategy and thinking about SEO as these three categories, it will be much easier to strategize and execute your optimization plans.
Common Issues From a Website That Lacks SEO
- Stagnant web traffic
- Low conversions
- Low reach
- Potential customers who search for similar service or products you offer will not find you
- Missed opportunities by not maximizing common ways consumers find businesses online
Some of the top SEO services that we provide include:
- Page Optimization
- Meta and Alt descriptions
- Optimization for H1 and H2 Heading tags
- Google Analytics
- Google Mapping
- Meta keywords optimization
- Major search engine submission
- Social bookmarks
- Article creation
- Article submission
- Monthly Reporting
- Link building
Google My Business
Everyday millions of people are online searching for businesses like yours. Make your Free business listing stand out by being fully optimized and get more conversions.
If you think about it, they are searching for your product or service so they are ready to buy. They are just trying to figure out WHO to buy from.
Don’t take for granted what your Free online business listing can do for your sales and relationship building.
Google My Business Services:
> Google My Business set-up and optimization
> Google My Business management
> Obtain more client reviews
> Respond to google reviews
> Post new offers or information
> And so much more…
Show up on Google Maps
Google Pay Per Click (PPC)
Grow your business with paid google ads. Get in front of consumers that are searching for businesses like you. The biggest question I get is Google ads vs Facebook Ads.
Facebook ad’s sole purpose is to generate traffic and you will pay for every impression. Facebook is more geared towards finding your ideal avatar and putting your ad in front of them with the chance that they will take action and you will pay for the learning.
Google ads put you in front of consumers that are specifically looking for you and ready to take action. You pay for results.
Pay Per Click Management can include:
- Ad Creation
- Ad Optimization
- Account Build Out
- A/B Testing
- Keyword Research & Targeting
- Landing Page Optimization
- Account Data Analysis
- Website Usability (updates)
- Ad Extensions