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Search engine optimization (SEO) is a key part of your online marketing effort. Your website should show up prominently on search engines such as Google, Bing, or Yahoo! when people search using keywords that are specific to your products or services. If it doesn’t appear in the top pages of results, you may be losing a significant number of visitors and revenue opportunity from inbound traffic to your website.
In simple terms, for search engines such as Google, Bing, or Yahoo! to find your website, your website needs to be designed in an optimal way — from a technical point of view, as well as from a content point of view. Search engines make a determination about what’s important on your website pages by using the keywords and phrases they find on your pages. It’s important to make sure your website includes keywords and phrases that are relevant to your business — the same keywords and phrases your customers and potential customers are using when they search for your products and services. In addition to content, you can design a website that allows search engines to find information about your website and pages more efficiently, allowing your site to so show up higher and more often in search results.
At ConnectedView, we are jargon-free, and we understand that you don’t have the time or resources to handle the complexities of website optimization. We have a team of experts well versed in search engine analysis and optimization. We use our proprietary software tool to analyze your website based on more than 30 criteria and give it a ConnectedView score. Since search engines constantly change the algorithms to show search results, we can’t guarantee improvements for your search engine ranking. However, we do provide you with a guarantee of an improved ConnectedView score or our services are free to you.
Our SEO services are performed on a fixed-cost basis.