SEO describes many processes and techniques used to optimize content for search engine visiblity. SEO stands for “search engine optimization.” It is the process of getting traffic from "free", "organic" or "natural search" results on search engines.
SEO includes keyword/phrase research to discover phrases that people use to search for a product/service or solution. It also includes the optimization of pages for these phrases and link development.
Link development is an important part of SEO. Link development refers to the process of reaching out to other websites to acquire inbound links, which helps to increase ranking in search engine result pages by creating more credibility for the link recipient.
There are more than 5.5 billion searches per day on the internet.
But, surely, your ideal clients aren't looking for businesses like yours in search because you’re in the B2B space, right?
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It's common for small businesses and local companies to view search engine marketing as too complex or too expensive. While it’s true that not all companies need SEO, you may be missing out on the benefits of SEO for your small business by failing to consider it as a lead generation strategy. Today, small businesses should consider SEO as a...Read More
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Search engine optimization (SEO) has evolved into a science of its own. For many marketing teams, SEO concepts are easy to grasp but difficult to implement due to time, conflicting information about SEO best practices and outdated advice, and inaccurate reporting. SEO myths can cause long-term damage to a website’s placement options, adding to the pressure of getting it right the first time....Read More