Recently I ran into an old friend at Stop and Shop. We both have been busy and have not spoken much during the past year. We worked in retail together for a few years awhile back. My god how time flies. As we were catching up, the subject of career came up as it always does.
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So you just created an awesome website and you’re getting no traffic. I am not surprised! Many companies pay top dollar to have a beautiful site built with all types of bells whistles but these same companies forget one important piece of the puzzle. They forget to create a budget for SEO, pay per click, and social media marketing!
When conducting a search in the search engines, the first thing you see is the title of the page, beneath the page title is a short description of the website. The description of the website is also known as a Meta Description Tag. Meta Description Tags are optional tags found in the head of a website that tell the search engines what your website is about.
As an SEO Specialist I often hear things like “Search engine rankings aren’t going to be important in the future” or “social media is going to take over search.”
"Should A Client Be Aware of SEOS Who Guarantee Traffic?" Another great question I found on Quora! If your SEO specialist is focused on rankings, then your specialist will do whatever it takes to get you the desired rankings, even neglect getting your site traffic. You do know that traffic is not guaranteed with any ranking right! The following questions should come to mind if you acquired great rankings but don’t see an increase in traffic.
While I was scrolling through some of the questions on Quora the other day, one question stood out to me amongst the rest, “What should I look for in an SEO consultant?” Personally, I have several years of experience as an SEO specialist. I’ve met SEO consultants and specialists of all walks of life. Some are great and love what they do while other SEO consultants should be avoided at all costs.
A colleague of mine recently stated that he had acquired positions one, two, and three in Google for all his targeted keywords. He didn’t seem as happy as one would expect while I congratulated him. I said “what’s wrong aren’t you excited,” He said “now what!” I said “Just because your number one in Google for all your targeted keywords doesn’t mean the job is over. Your job has just begun!”
Building links through social media is a tool that many companies are taking advantage of. The purpose of using social media to build links is to develop effective business relationships. Builders monitor different social networks for different content and construct relationships with influencers. Link building often requires using media that is already out there. When […]
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