Your business can only grow when you receive a steady stream of new customers. But if getting new customers was so easy, then around half of all businesses wouldn't fail within 5 years of starting.
How much better would business be if you could access a huge pool of potential customers, who are looking for exactly what you have to offer? A stream of people who have sought out your services and landed on your website. In other words, your dream customers being brought to you over and over again.
Spent a lot of time and money on a website, but it's not being found by any customers.
Searched yourself on Google but aren't showing up...you'll be invisible to customers.
Spent hours trying to figure out how to rank higher in Google, but it's all too confusing.
Resorted to taking on tyre kicker customers, who expect 5* service with a 0* budget.
There are 8.5 billion Google searches per day. And 75% of searchers click on results that appear in the top 3 results. Ranking highly in Google for the correct keywords is one of the best ways to attract new customers.
And once you start to convert more customers, you are at least 60% more likely to turn them into a repeat customer.
The right SEO strategy can be the difference between your business surviving or thriving.
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On page SEO refers to the content of your website and how optimised it is for Google. Ongoing on-page SEO ensures that search engines understand what your website is about and when to display it to searchers.
Off page SEO is everything that helps your website, away from the website itself. It's a vitally important aspect of SEO because Google's algorithm is advanced enough to understand where and how your site should be seen around the web.
Techincal SEO deals with coding and website performance. This is the most challenging area for amateur website owners to master, but it is vital because Google uses technical SEO as a measuring stick for the quality of your website. Poor quality websites will not rank highly.
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