Get To The Top of Google, Step One
So when you start talking about SEO, you obviously first and foremost want to know who is giving you the information. Do they have any type of hidden agenda for giving me the information, and is it even correct? SEO is a bear of thing to explain in a “Hey, this works for everybody.” approach. It’s just simply not true. Each case is different and each person will experience different results. But most of what needs to be done is the same across the board.
Contrary to popular belief, brand new websites can actually have an easier time establishing themselves online in a good position if they simply start correctly and maintain good SEO and marketing habits. The foundation of which is research, then some more research, and then top it off with a dash of research. A website that specializes in flowers is going to have a major uphill battle as compared to someone who sells unicycle parts. It’s the nature of the web. Older sites may have a horrid time getting onto the engines if they’ve spent years designing poorly crafted pages and building hundreds of worthless links to worthless sites, broken links or worse. Then if you face penalties from Google, it could be a long arduous journey for you. But websites with longevity under their belt can make a huge impact on the search engines if they get their act together. You may have to hire an SEO professional to help get you on track, but it can be done.
So in response to that phenomena and the fact that SEO companies around the world seem hell-bent on offering you their latest “yes you can!” package for only $97 that is based solely on one good idea that gives you just enough information to make you crazy. Most of what’s out there is essentially a version of something you’ve heard a dozen times before, but that’s where I’m here to help. Would my company like to help you with your SEO? Of course we would. But maybe we should cover the wealth of information already out there and make sure that you have the basics covered. I just spent the past couple of years studying under some of the biggest names in search engine optimization and marketing and then an inordinate amount of time implementing those ideas to great success. I was the guy at the SEO helm of companies making millions of dollars every year and while I won’t divulge company secrets, the SEO advice I can offer you could change your business forever.
And that’s what the purpose of this blog is going to be. I provide SEO, SEM and web design services all day, every day. I have incredible success at getting my sites up to the top of the search engines, but that certainly doesn’t mean that I don’t make mistakes or that I know everything. I can take you step by step with getting ranked well on the search engines, but you’re going to have to do your homework.
So let the journey begin. I’m going to hold your hand starting right now and if you follow these steps that I release to you, your business will benefit greatly. To begin, I want you to go to some of the following websites and make a list of the top 20 keywords you want people to use in the search engines to find your business online.
Don’t have the time to spend following these steps? Just let us know and we’ll do it for you.
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