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April 18, 2019 - Roberto Garvin – MailMunch.com Search Engines Google is probably the number one source of traffic that large e-commerce websites focus on since Google has a 92% market share of all web traffic. We can’t forget that Yahoo and Bing...
With almost 85% of Internet users accessing search engines to find products and services, according to a top Arizona SEO Company, web sites that do not have a natural search engine optimization plan that gets them a Top 10 search engine ranking are missing out on a lot of business.
Unfortunately, that fact has led to a lot of fly-by-night search engine optimization companies who are promising the moon and the stars for search engine ranking results that they can’t possible obtain.
These online marketing rip-off artists offer so-called search engine optimization “packages” that are based upon faulty logic and dishonest practices that usually end up getting their client’s sites banned for life by any respectable search engine.
It is possible to gain a Top 10 search engine ranking, but never “overnight”, using what is known as natural search engine optimization.
Online marketing companies that offer natural search engine optimization services utilize a combination of proven, legal techniques that help a web site rank high in the natural or “organic” search engine listings that are generated by search engine spiders that “crawl” a web site looking for keyword-rich content and properly formatted pages.
When natural search engine optimization rules are followed, the web site gradually increases its rank and appears higher in the Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs). The end result is often a Top 10 ranking that the site received naturally and without paying thousands of dollars to buy key word placement.
The virtual world provides the perfect venue for business owners to thrive in their industry. Nowadays, businesses can connect and establish networks from all parts of the world and innovations in web design have allowed improved usability and accessibility for both providers and consumers. With the evolving web design trends, more and more corporate websites which are beginning to establish their presence in the world through various strategies in marketing, branding and even improving business leads.
A site represents a company to the broader digital audience – providing a presentation of the business’s offerings and communicating its value, concepts and vision. Naturally, a company site has to be helpful and attractive to serve its function.
Producing brand value, it is similarly crucial to make it simple for a digital audience to do business with you by means of a web site, as it is a location for sales and leads. Keeping those objectives in mind, here are 5 methods to enhance sales for your company with site design.
A site represents a company to the broader digital audience – providing a screen of the business’s offerings and specifying its value, concepts and vision. Naturally, a company site have to be helpful and attractive to serve its function.
Producing brand value, it is similarly crucial to make it simple for a digital audience to perform deals by means of a site, as it is a location for sales and leads. Keeping those objectives in mind, here are 5 methods to enhance sales for your company with site design.
- They Don’t See Your Website
“Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
That’s a great quote, but the world can’t beat a path to your door if they don’t know you have a better mousetrap!
No matter how great of a product or service you have, no one’s going to buy it if they don’t know it exists or how to buy it.
Your competition is investing in good Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and so should you if you want to compete.
INC. Magazine - DIGITAL ENTREPRENEUR | Hollis ThomasesEveryone wants digital bells and whistles. But too often, what a client really needs is a solid online strategy.Do you have a comprehensive Web strategy? Or, if you're in my business: Do your clients have one?Let...
As we get older, most of us tend to put on weight. We bulk up in all the wrong places. Over the years we ingest a lot of things that are bad for us. We may still suffer the effects of long-gone viruses. Our gait slows, and we’re not as sharp as we used to be.
If computers could hear, they would think we were talking about them.
Computers, like people, do not always age gracefully. What was once sprightly and limber becomes sluggish and bloated. Like an elderly person who moves through life ever more slowly, a once-speedy PC starts taking many minutes to boot up, days to display the printer menu and what seems like eons to get to a Web site.
But there’s hope. Most office supply stores will be happy to provide you with a PC tuneup. Staples offers one free. Others, like Best Buy’s Geek Squad tuneup, cost $49.99 and up.
But do PCs really need tuning up?