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An Alarming Fact About SEO
Search Engine Optimization is absolutely vital to doing business on the web. An alarming number of business owners have come to me with ecommerce websites that were published with absolutely zero search engine optimization. This is bad news for their online business presence and particularly for sales, considering the majority of modern consumers today go online to research a product or brand prior to making a purchasing decision. If you have a published ecommerce site with no organic search engine optimization, you're in really bad shape indeed. Most websites I've redesigned did not have proper organic search engine optimization. Get serious about your ecommerce business and get SEO.
What Is Search Engine Optimization?
Search Engine Optimization is the process by which you add additional information to a website page, to make it easier for search engine robots to index and thereby understand your content. The ability and ease at which these robots are able to access your site content, really helps to index your site more appropriately for relevancy. It is important for the search engines to understand your site content, so that when a viewer conducts a search engine search and types in a keyword or key phrase search, the returned results are indeed sites that are relevant to their search. In simple terms, the importance of search engine optimization, lies in it's ability to effectively get your ecommerce site in front of the right consumer at the right time.
How effective is your ecommerce SEO? Or is it non-existent? Either way, contact me today to discuss your site's true potential for ranking effectively in search engine searches for relevancy.
How Does A Search Work?
Google's Matt Cutts gives a very simple explanation of what happens immediately after a user submits a keyword or key phrase search in Google's search engine, until Google displays relevant search results.
How Can I Tell If My Ecommerce Website Has SEO?
Need a site evaluation to determine whether or not your ecommerce site is properly coded for on page organic SEO? Order my Full Website Audit Report. Interested in doing better business on the web? Contact me today and let me help get your site back in the search.