Need help with SEO

#3
Hey. Do not do it by myself better. It is full of specialists who will do everything competently and in a short time. I used the services https://prposting.com/. I was pleased with the work with them. Employees really know what they are doing, and thanks to them the site grows noticeably upwards in all options.
 

Direct Webstore

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SEO is useful but not like it was years ago before Social Media kicked in, but it's not not worth paying money for.

The free info available in the blogs here and elsewhere plus using a decent plugin like the free version of "All in One SEO" is enough. They are Yoast's biggest competitor but better suited for e-commerce sites. Yoast needs a paid addon to work with e-commerce sites.


Anyone suggest If I take alidropship service for "SEO starter Pack" so it will be work or any alternate need to select ?
Sorry. I still don't understand that anymore than I did in the other thread. What do you mean?
 

Direct Webstore

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#7
I am struggling to get traffic...
Are you making Social Media posts? Joining related Facebook groups and posting in them? Uploading interesting pics related to your niche on Instagram and Pinterest?

Are you advertising on Facebook?

Are you buying Instagram shoutouts?

Exactly what are you doing? If you're just sitting there doing nothing but waiting for traffic from search results ... you're going to have a long wait. Especially if your site has no added value like interesting blogs, quizzes etc. (and well written, original product descriptions of course)

Like I said above ...
SEO is useful but not like it was years ago before Social Media kicked in,
;)
 
#8
SEO helps small business owners create fast, robust, and user-friendly websites that rank higher in search engines, which in turn helps bring more qualified potential customers to their sites and eventually increases conversion rates. SEO also helps build brand awareness for your business as search engine users are more likely to trust a site that are on first page of search engine results pages (SERPs) than brands who are not. If you’re a small business owner, you should utilise SEO to build a strong web presence and bypass your competitions to gain new customers for your business and take it to the next level.

Here are top 5 KEY benefits of SEO for small businesses:

1. User-Friendly Websites

SEO will help small business owners create a faster, smoother, and user-friendlier website. Although most people still hang on to the old definition of SEO, thinking that it is only about optimising for the search engines, however, today SEO is also about improving user experience too. Well-structured, clean, and uncluttered websites compels a casual visitor to stay longer, thereby decreasing bounce rate and increasing page views. Similarly, highly relevant content (sales pages and blog articles) keeps you readers happy as they are more likely to solves answer their questions, solve their pressing issues and helps them find exactly what they’re looking for on your site. On-page SEO, if done properly, makes your users happy, which makes search engines happy too as they love to serve high quality information to their users.

2. Bring in MORE Customers

Let’s face it, one of the main reasons for having a website is to stand out from your competition and increase your customer base. Otherwise, why invest 1,000s of pounds (£) on marketing, right? Businesses that have a SEO optimised website bring MORE customers and grow as twice as fast than businesses who do not have one. SEO is probably the most efficient and affordable marketing strategy that exists today. Moreover, it will only bring in customers who are actively seeking to find your product or service!
If you’re willing to spend few hours of time, energy, and small amount of money, SEO will help brings “targeted” traffic to your website, and eventually more customers to your business than any other marketing tactics you’ll ever use.

3. Better Conversion Rates

SEO-optimised websites loads faster, are easy to read and surf, and will display properly in almost all types of devices, including mobile and tablets. Websites that are easy to read and navigate are more likely to grab and hold attention from your readers or visitors – i.e. they’re more likely to become your loyal customers, subscribers, and returning visitors.

4. Build Brand Awareness

One of the benefits of getting higher rankings on the SERPs is building brand awareness. When your sites appear on the first page of major search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing, your potential customers are more likely to trust your brand when they search for a particular term rather than other brands that don’t have a strong web presence.
That is why small businesses that want to build better brand awareness (either locally or expanding nationally) must invest in SEO and start gaining top rankings for the KEY terms related with their business. We’re not in the 90s anymore; search engines now play a significant role in making or breaking your brand.

5. Bypass Competition

Let’s take an example of two businesses that are in the same industry, selling similar products, at similar prices. One of them has an optimised website while the other has a non-optimised website. Which company will likely grow faster and become more successful? Search engines and SEO are very powerful. If your competitors are doing SEO marketing, simply you must ask yourself why you haven’t invested in such a strategy yet too.
 

Direct Webstore

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#9
SEO helps small business owners create fast, robust, and user-friendly websites that rank higher in search engines, which in turn helps bring more qualified potential customers to their sites and eventually increases conversion rates. SEO also helps build brand awareness for your business as search engine users are more likely to trust a site that are on first page of search engine results pages (SERPs) than brands who are not. If you’re a small business owner, you should utilise SEO to build a strong web presence and bypass your competitions to gain new customers for your business and take it to the next level.
From ... https://www.way2webworld.com/seo-and-analytics.aspx

All this is obvious and especially so a decade ago. Not so much these days. There are simply too many sites for ALL of them to appear on page one of search results. And that's the page that matters. Social Media interaction is the way to go these days.

SEO-optimised websites loads faster, are easy to read and surf, and will display properly in almost all types of devices, including mobile and tablets. Websites that are easy to read and navigate are more likely to grab and hold attention from your readers or visitors – i.e. they’re more likely to become your loyal customers, subscribers, and returning visitors.
From ... https://unex.com.tr/5-key-benefits-of-seo-for-small-businesses/

Inaccurate rubbish. SEO does not make your sites load faster and does not make your site display properly.

Let’s take an example of two businesses that are in the same industry, selling similar products, at similar prices. One of them has an optimised website while the other has a non-optimised website. Which company will likely grow faster and become more successful? Search engines and SEO are very powerful. If your competitors are doing SEO marketing, simply you must ask yourself why you haven’t invested in such a strategy yet too.
From ... https://www.improvemysearchranking.com/5-key-benefits-seo-small-businesses/

The one that has a bigger Social Media presence. SEO will have nothing to do with it.



What a Frankenstein's monster of copy/pasting all that was. It's from all over the place.

Why?

;)
 
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