Have you heard? Google made another sweeping change to offer an improved way of listing local businesses in search results. Say "bye bye" to local 5 or 7-packs and "hello" to the new and improved 3-pack layout as Google moves toward offering more mobile-friendly search options.
Are your SEO efforts being successful? It's hard to know for sure unless you're tracking and measuring results. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) measure the success of your SEO efforts and tell you whether your strategies are fruitful, or if they need tweaks to produce the results you want. Just like the stuffed cheeks of a chipmunk tell the other chipmunks that they successfully found food, learning what measurements can help you make decisions to meet your goals faster should be a primary goal for any marketer.
The SEO industry and tactics have evolved and changed over the years. Heck, 20 years ago it didn't even exist! When Google entered the scene in 1998, the game of ranking higher and being indexed began and only in the last decade has stabilization and order began to take root.
Everywhere people are searching for happiness and they'll leave no rock unturned. What if you could use SEO to make people happy?
Google is now making the lives of mobile users easier. Chances are you've done an online search from your smartphone and landed on websites that aren't mobile-friendly. It makes it difficult to find quick information when you're zooming in and scrolling left to right.
Our two search engine optimization offerings include a comprehensive, ongoing SEO effort that encompasses an on-page and off-page concerted effort as well as a one-time SEO effort that focuses solely on your website property.
Our comprehensive SEO approach encompasses research and analysis of competition and keywords, the optimization of your main website pages, the optimization of content rich, dynamic content (think blogs, videos, etc.), and a robust off-page strategy that builds links and establishes directory presence.
Our one-time SEO solution focuses solely on the first three and leaves off-page efforts to your in-house team.