Many businesses know they need a new or updated website but struggle to articulate what they need in terms of website SEO. Customers use search engines to gain access to the internet which means your business’ website must be optimised. Considering that Google’s search engine runs 3.5 billion searches every day, targeting this audience is a real no-brainer. However, getting your website SEO just right requires a strategic and necessary approach regardless of your website’s topic.
The primary goal for a business is to make it as easy as possible for their customers to find them. While paid search works wonders as a short-term solution, especially for specific campaigns, you cannot succeed without effective SEO. This includes on and off-page SEO, keyword research, backlinks and Domain Authority among others.
In our last blog on Top Social Media Tips we spoke about the importance of content marketing. Along the same digital marketing vein is keyword research. Without keywords, SEO does not exist. Keywords are like a roadmap for your SEO campaigns as they tell you where to go and whether or not you’re making progress. They also help you identify thoughts, fears and needs of your target audience.
Putting it plainly, keyword research is market research for the 21st century. Before we dive in, let’s see how the internet and search engines came to be the powerful tools they are today. Continue reading →
Building a memorable brand is all about consistency using a brand style guide for maximum impact. The best brands stay on top because their presence is defined by the repetition of the same logo, design, typography and colours. If potential customers see these elements enough, they become instantly recognisable. This generally provides a clear sense of trust, reliability and security, encouraging engagement which leads to conversion. Continue reading →
Far and away, the best thing about landing pages – whether you already have them or are just getting started – is their ability to help you convert more leads without increasing traffic by a single website visitor. Consider that in most cases, increasing your website’s conversion rate by a measly 1% will improve your bottom line more than doubling your website’s traffic numbers. Continue reading →