As we gear up to launch new websites, we often meet with the respective business owner(s) about their marketing needs moving forward. As you know from a previous post, SEO for your business is an absolute must in today’s internet landscape. But as we help our clients develop their SEO strategy for their post-launch initiatives, we often hear the same comments, “I don’t think we need a blog” or “Do you think a blog for our business (or industry) is necessary?”. To which we emphatically reply, “HELL YES”!
SEO can be a complicated process. As we’ve mentioned in previous posts, one of the biggest challenges is staying ahead of the curve and trying to master a trade that is constantly evolving. Writing an SEO strategy and then executing it can become a huge time suck when you have to constantly stay up to date with the latest updates and trends.
Search engine optimization (SEO) has come a long way over the last 20+ years. It’s become a household name and an essential component of any digital marketing plan or strategy. And although the goal of SEO hasn’t changed over the years, our understanding of SEO and its best practices is in a constant state of evolution. In the following article, we’ll talk about some new and upcoming SEO trends for 2020, and how they might impact your marketing efforts moving forward.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be a complicated process. Often the terminology and vocabulary used when practicing SEO can confuse business owners, and even discourage them from learning the best practices. This may be one of the reasons why certain information can lose its context and create a myth or misconception about the marketing initiative.
Have you ever googled yourself or your business and found it extremely difficult to find your website on Google’s search results? You might even search a very specific product or service that you offer only to find your site buried pages deep in google’s search results. There’s a pretty simple answer to why this is happening: your SEO sucks.
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