Are You a Trained, SEO Copywriter? If not, please stop writing your company’s content! If you are writing your own copy for all of your marketing needs, but you are not a trained, SEO (search engine optimization) copywriter, stop! You may think you are saving time and money, but you are actually losing out on [...]Continue Reading
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3 Questions To Ask About Your Current, PR and SEO services I get many referrals from business owners who spent a fortune on a top, PR firm or search engine optimization, SEO, services without seeing any results. They spent a lot of money purchasing “well known” services, and now they are weary of hiring another [...]Continue Reading
Today’s technology allows small businesses to build awareness online cost-effectively. Traditional public relations (PR) activities such as developing story ideas, talking to media members and promoting various events are important. But if you are not combining these activities with technological advancements, you are missing out on excellent opportunities to build buzz and increase sales. You [...]Continue Reading
When new people visit your Website, what’s the first thing they see and click on? If you don’t know, it’s time to find out.
Check your Google Analytics and see what is going on. This is important. Why? While you may think you have a great Website packed with information for your customers and just the right search engine optimization (SEO) keywords, new site visitors may think otherwise. Take a look your Website pages to see where visitors spend the most time. If your top pages are not pulling in traffic, you have some work to do.
Here are a few suggestions…
· What do your customers want?
Which pages do your site visitors click on most? Why do you think that is? This information can tell you a lot about what your customers are looking for and whether or not you provide it.
If you have no idea why your customers are looking at some pages more than others, ask them. Run a quick survey on your site to see what kind of information they are most interested in viewing. If you don’t want to run a survey, start adding SEO content based on the topics posted on your most popular pages. Then, review the results.
· Is your site just about you?
You may think your Website is fantastic – because it talks about how great your products and services are, your background and expertise and your media clips. But what’s in it for your customers? If you are focusing on features rather than the benefits you offer, you are going to lose business to the competition.
Review each page of your site and change the SEO copy so you are focusing on how your products and services help customers solve their problems.
· What SEO keywords are you using?
While it’s important to conduct extensive research to discover what keywords your targeted audience is actually looking for, don’t forget common-sense terms. If you were a customer, what terms would you type into the search engines to find your products and services?
While SEO keyword research is essential, don’t forget to think about the key terms that are simple and come to mind first.
Stop and Look at Your SEO Copy.
As I tell my clients, SEO copywriting is an ongoing process. If you want to build online awareness and bring in sales, take the time to review your site analytics and conduct SEO keyword research. Then, it’s essential to write copy that provides valuable information to potential customers while including the right SEO keywords, placement and coding. And once your Website is up and running, your SEO processes need to be monitored regularly. This way, you can make changes to bring in better results.
SEO is a powerful tool to increase sales cost-effectively. But if you don’t use it the right way, you’ll waste valuable resources while the competition steals your customers!
What is happening with your SEO right now? If you don’t know, please contact me below or at www.rembrandtwrites.com.-->
Find out! When new people visit your Website, what’s the first thing they see and click on? If you don’t know, it’s time to find out. Check your Google Analytics and see what is going on. This is important. Why? While you may think you have a great Website packed with information for your customers [...]Continue Reading
Organic SEO Offers a Competitive Advantage People often ask me to set up their SEO pay-per-click advertising strategies and campaigns. But one of the first things I ask is… What about organic SEO? Organic search engine optimization (SEO) is when you get a lot of people to visit your site without paying for advertising. However, [...]Continue Reading
The search engine optimization (SEO) world is always talking about the latest, search engine update. For example, Google recently stated that they see about three billion searches go on every day so their latest algorithm update could potentially affect over 20 million queries!
With this information, what are you supposed to do with your SEO efforts?
1. Remain calm.
Review your Website statistics and look at current data compared with older numbers. Check for any drastic changes in your search status.
2. Review your Website.
Is there a lot of duplicate copy on your Website? How about copy that is not providing value to your readers for your top keywords? If you see this type of copy, remove it from your site!
3. Provide Value.
Continue good practices of monitoring your site and providing valuable information to visitors. Think about what they want to see on your site. Give them what they want, and your search engine statistics will go up.
SEO is very important for building online buzz and increasing site traffic. But don’t focus on pleasing the search engines and every update they make. Instead, focus on your business goals.
Provide valuable information to site visitors that they will want to tell others about. Then, you’ll increase site traffic and sales!
For more help with your SEO and increasing sales, please write to me below or at www.rembrandtwrites.com.
The search engine optimization (SEO) world is always talking about the latest, search engine update. For example, Google recently stated that they see about three billion searches go on every day so their latest algorithm update could potentially affect over 20 million queries! With this information, what are you supposed to do with your SEO [...]Continue Reading