Do you want to generate more leads and improve your sales? If the answer is yes (of course), you need search engine optimization (SEO). It’s simple — if you have a business in the twenty-first century, you need to be online, and you should hire a great SEO specialist to make sure you’re highly visible to your target audience.
In 2021, relevancy is still king, and the companies who can adapt to the changes in the search engine landscape will be the ones who thrive. It’s about more than just getting a few search terms on page one of Google.
It’s about building a solid foundation of SEO that will outlast changes in algorithms and keep your business relevant.
Like many other industries, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) moves extremely fast. But where is the future of SEO going? What does an effective, organic strategy need to look like in the next few years?
While not too long ago, everybody was totally focused on keywords and backlinks (links from other websites), today we hear search and SEO more and more in the context of machine learning and artificial intelligence within a collection of hundreds of ranking factors. But there is much more!
With businesses making the move to serve their customers primarily online and the footfall of customers in physical stores dropping dramatically, the value of SEO has been rediscovered. Businesses are now paying closer attention to their online experience and how they can compete on the internet.
The algorithms of modern search engines don’t merely look at the words on the page.
Today’s search engines look for the meaning of the page beyond the simple keywords and keyword phrases.
But the simple fact is that in most cases if you don’t have a specific word on a web page, you probably won’t rank for that word in the search engine’s results.
The post-Covid-19 world will be different from the preCovid-19 one. The crisis has changed the behavior and habits of the world. Google searches have increased rapidly because people prefer to buy and order food/goods — everything online.
One of the most common questions I get as an SEO professional is “How long does SEO take?”
It’s also one of the most frustrating questions because, while clients understandably want a definitive answer, there is simply no way to provide one due to all of the variables involved.
Now is the perfect time to improve your ecommerce store’s SEO and content for an impending flood of virtual customers. Here’s how to get started.
In the mad race to get ahead in search engine rankings, the SEO landscape has become littered with misinformation. Whether you’re hiring an SEO company or starting the journey on your own, there are many common and persistent SEO myths to be aware of. I’ll debunk eight of them here.