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4 ways your website design may be killing your SEO

4 ways your website design may be killing your SEO

I can drive a car but I guarantee you no NASCAR team would want me behind the wheel. If I can drive safely and get from point A to point B, why shouldn't I be able to drive for a team?

Easy answer - because it's pretty much guaranteed that I would wreck, and 100% guaranteed that I would come in last if I could even finish. Plus, who in the heck would want to watch me race (other than for the laughs)?

Similarly, did you know that elements of your website can not only be wrecking your chances for good search engine ranking but can also be driving visitors away?

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Stop counting traffic & start generating leads

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We know how exhilarating it can be to see your website traffic numbers climbing, but we also know those numbers really mean nothing.

The only numbers that are really important to your bottom line (unless you sell advertising on your site) are how many site visitors turn into leads, and how many of those turn into sales.

Wouldn't it be awesome if you could see real time info on exactly which pages each visitor opened, what they clicked on, and even some intel on who they are? See when they come back and which pages they're returning to? And if you could integrate all that info into a customer relationship management system and automated email marketing it would be even better.

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Good Content Drives Search Engine Placement

good content drives SEO

We've recently had an increase in questions and concerns from our clients about SEO. For those of you who aren't familiar, SEO is Search Engine Optimization. SEO, in simple terms, is the process of influencing search engines to find your website. Why would you want this? To drive interest and potentially sales.

For example, if you own an Ice Cream shop in Alaska (& I can only assume this is a very competitive business in Alaska) you want to be at or near the top when someone Googles Ice Cream Shop in Alaska... Correct? Of course you do!

Achieving high rankings in search engine results is as desirable a goal as say, having your company featured on the cover of a popular magazine (20 years ago). In fact, there's an entire market for companies to offer services which focus on nothing but increasing your rankings through SEO.

Depending on the services offered, this method can be perfectly valid for your business. But know this: Google (and other search engines) can (and DO) change their algorithms FREQUENTLY. They do this to prevent search engine manipulation. They do this for YOU, the end-user, to give you the best, most relevant and valid content on the internet.

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