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Search engine optimisation, or SEO, is all about increasing organic and unpaid traffic to your website. The goal is to generate more visitors and ultimately, increase sales for your business.
Our SEO services incorporate both onsite SEO and offsite SEO. Onsite SEO involves optimising areas of your website for Google’s crawler will analyse on your website, from article headlines to tags to image names to the content of a page. Generally speaking, you want to align your content with the needs and desires of your website visitors, so the Google algorithm can bridge the gap.
Offsite SEO involves trying to boost the authority of your domain. Google rewards highly authoritative sites with high rankings. The main way Google determines authority is looking at links from other websites to your website. The more links you have the more authority you have.
One of the most common forms of SEO content is blogging. Posting useful and consistent articles can establish your business as a subject-matter expert. When people search for related keywords or topics, Google will drive traffic toward your website if the quality of your content is high enough. Other examples of SEO content include how-to-guides, tutorials, videos, audio, and other visual content.
It’s challenging to put a timeframe on when you’ll see results from your SEO implementation. That said, you must be patient, as one thing that is for sure is that it is not immediate. You can expect to see results from your SEO anywhere from four to six months after starting.
SEO implementation is an extended process because it entails a repeated cycle of research, creation, evaluation, and tweaking. The initial months involve developing a strategy and generating content, such as blogs, articles, and FAQs, to begin associating your website with specific keywords and topics. When you get to months five and six, the attention shifts to narrowing your focus on content types that work and have proven useful at maximizing your returns on investment.
Along the way, a substantial amount of linkbuilding also needs to be performed to boost the authority of your domain.
Keep in mind, four to six months is the length of time before you’ll start seeing results. Once those results begin to funnel in, your website traffic should only continue to grow. Put another way, you should try to budget for SEO costs for at least six months to a year to get the most profound results possible.
Technical SEO is the process of generating unpaid and organic traffic to your website via optimization of crawling and index phases. This technique helps a search engine evaluate and rank your website content effectively. The reason it is considered “technical” is that it deals with your website’s infrastructure.
Examples of technical SEO can include creating a straightforward navigation and site structure, improving website speed, and optimizing your URLs (uniform resource locator), which specifies the addresses of your website content. Each of these moves your website toward a friendly visitor experience, making visitors more likely to come back, share, or backlink your site or page.
One of the most critical functions of technical SEO is to make your website friendly for mobile viewing. According to researchers, more than half of web traffic comes from phones. Having the same site for a desktop and mobile tool won’t work. A mobile-friendly website should have a “responsive” design – working the same on a phone as a laptop or desktop computer – with fast loading speeds, no pop-ups, and a clean interface.
Is search engine optimization required to get your business websites and blogs ranked in Google search? The answer is a resounding ‘YES!’ On-page and off-page SEO are essential to ensuring that your website ranks higher on search-engine results, increasing your visibility and accessibility to potential customers.
On-page SEO refers primarily to the text on your website. That includes headlines, articles, blogs, tags, and meta descriptions. When the Google algorithm scans your website, it uses the words in these locations to understand your business and rank its usefulness against specific search engine results. For instance, if you run a health-food store and frequently blog about the benefits of kombucha, Google is likely to associate you as an authority of the fermented beverage and rank your page higher on related searches.
Off-page SEO refers to connections to press releases and outside articles that link to your website. The key is to find useful and reliable sources connected with specific text or keywords. Conversely, this strategy is also a form of backlinking. The Google algorithm will see your link and associate it as an endorsement for your connected site.
Link building is the process of connecting hyperlinks to your website. It is a way of bridging two pages on the Internet. For instance, if we run a shoe store, we might connect visitors with running tips from Outside Magazine, which is an authority in the athletic community.
When web crawlers see the link between the pages, they associate the connection as an endorsement. The more of these backlinks your website has, the more credibility the crawlers will give it. Link building also can improve the standing of company providing the link by building trust and authority about a subject and optimizing the content.
Of course, link building is not as easy as hyperlinking any text you want. The quality of the source matters. Google will also penalize a website that overuses links in an attempt to drive traffic. The penalization forces websites to make each of its links count when it comes to connecting with the entirety of the World Wide Web.
Onsite optimisation focuses on increasing unpaid and organic traffic with the content on your website. That involves optimizing keywords, tags, titles, images, and your overall design. The inverse of this technique is offsite optimization, which focuses on linking to outside pages.
While onsite SEO takes a while to garner results, the process is straightforward. The key is to create a strategy around specific keywords and topics and create high-quality content with those pillars in mind. One of the easiest ways to generate consistent and useful SEO is through a daily or weekly blog.
Don’t overlook the small stuff, though. While headlines and captions can seem innocuous, the Google algorithm takes that information and more into account when determining the relevancy of each page on your site. For instance, having catchy and engaging headlines will increase your click-through rate, which correlates with your ranking on search-engine results.
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