Happy Halloween from Your Web Pro! As we approach the end of the month, you have learned plenty about what SEO is and how we use it. However, you may still be wondering why it seems so complicated! Acronyms, words like “index” and “search engine crawlers”, and more, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed by how complicated SEO can seem! We are here to uncomplicate things for you. The bottom line is that you need SEO on your site. When done well, SEO helps to increase the quantity as well as the quality of traffic to your website by way of search engine results. With SEO, you are not paying for advertisements to show up at the top of search engine result pages; rather, you are optimizing your website so that the “crawlers” that search the web for keywords and phrases note that your site is relevant and push it up in the rankings. By increasing the quality of your website traffic, you are able to increase the quantity of your traffic. This means that using the right keywords and defining clearly what your website is and does is good for business. After all, what use is it if Google or Bing tells someone to visit your website when you sell apples and not Apple products? When the quality of your traffic is increased and people are visiting your site because it is what they are looking for, the quantity is then increased as well.
SEO works for you by telling search engines that the content on your website is the most applicable and most relevant to the search term that has been typed into the bar. If the topic is “best places to eat in Lubbock” and your SEO title is “Best Place to Eat in Lubbock”, you are likely to end up high on the search engine result page, especially if the content on your website supports this information with phrases used throughout the pages like “Lubbock’s best restaurant” or “Lubbock’s favorite place to eat.”
Optimizing your website for search engines is easy to do as well as free at its most basic level. You can end up with a great ranking without paying extra money for the top spot as an advertisement. Contact Your Web Pro today to learn more about how SEO can help you!
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