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Small Business SEO

By on December 14, 2014

What is SEO? SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization and when SEO is properly handled, it can provide a big advantage to a small business. When someone searches for a product or service online and a local business can provide that product or service, the person searching for that product or service is more likely to click on the first relevant search result they come across. If your business is currently lacking in its SEO efforts, it’s a good idea to sit down with an SEO professional to find a tailored approach to search engine optimization for your company and here are just a few reasons why:

Competition– If you were to search online for a product or service your company offers, you will undoubtedly discover a high number of competitors within your industry will appear in the search results. They aren’t there by mistake, they have taken an ambitious approach towards search engine optimization for their website and at the same time the are taking potential business away from you. With a good SEO strategy, your website can appear on the first page of search engine results, giving you a better chance at capturing that potential customer.

Data- Analytics play an important role within SEO and a business can use their analytics results to find out which products or services are being viewed the most, where the most amount of clicks are, on their website, where and why people are leaving their website. A business can take these analytics and adjust their website accordingly in order to promote certain products or services. In addition, you will gain access to important demographic information from visitors such as location that you can use to adjust other elements of your marketing strategy for more precise targeting.

Reputation-Your online reputation is important. The end result of your SEO efforts is to make your website visible to the people who are most relevant. When people are searching for you, they are likely to come across good and bad reviews from a variety of publishers but a well ranked and established website will provide a place where consumers can rely on a company’s actual information versus random reviews.

 

 

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