Search Engine Optimization (SEO) doesn’t have to be difficult and confusing. Let me try to dispel some of the myths and confusion around SEO.
How to audit your website’s Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
How to improve your Search Engine Ranking Position (SERP)
Resolving issues identified by a Google Lighthouse audit. Resolve the issues that Google itself identifies on your website. Additional technical items include URL Structure, Site Mapping, Adding ALT text to images, etc.
Your business should have a consistent Name, Address, and Phone number (NAP) across the internet.
Google My Business
Optimizing and fully completing the GMB profile. Adding images and videos if available. Posting status updates 1-2 times per month.
Adding on-site content. For example, services pages, FAQ pages, About pages, all provide opportunities to add natural and relevant target keywords.
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Google Search Console
Search Console tells us what keywords visitors are using to find your site, your average rank for those keywords, the number of times your site appears in search results, and how often links to your site are clicked.
We use Google Analytics to track the amount of traffic to your website and what site visitors do on your site after they arrive. The key metrics we look at are: Number of visitors, Bounce rate, and total time on the site.
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