How do you get business?
Referrals? Paid traffic through Google or Facebook? What about the free traffic that comes from good search engine optimization (SEO)?
Most business owners barely find time to keep their business running and their website relatively up to date. But if you’re relying on your website to bring you leads, it could be letting you down.
It isn’t your fault. You’re not a full time SEO consultant who lives and breathes SEO. And if you did you’d be in a different business entirely.
But you do need your site to bring customers and convert them.
With studies showing that more than 90% of online experiences begin on a search engine, search engine optimization or SEO is more important than ever.
Most users searching for a particular product or service on the Internet do not look beyond the first page of search results, which means that if you want potential customers to find your website or online store over your rivals, you need SEO to rank right up there in the top positions.
Moreover, good SEO practices will not only boost your search engine rankings, enhance web presence and drive more targeted traffic, they will also make your website faster and more user-friendly.
And that where an SEO consultant comes in. You don’t have the time or expertise to do it yourself. So the SEO consultant is key to getting it done and quickly.
But how do you choose an SEO vendor when they know all the buzzwords and you don’t?
It is like going into the car repair shop with a knocking sound in your engine and having no clue whether what the mechanic diagnoses is accurate or not and if the price he gives to fix it makes sense. It is the same way here. You need a guide.
So find out all you need to know about SEO vendors and the best packages for your business requirements in this latest infographic from WL Media.