About Search Engine Optimization

Why is search engine optimization important?

The biggest Search Engine Google attracts two thirds 66% of all searches on line.  The other larger players Yahoo and MSN bring up 2nd and third place but are small in comparison to Gooogle.  

Google alone boasts over 90 million searches every day, and that number keeps on growing. Even if you've never thought about search engines before, these statistics illustrate how important it is for your website to be Google ready and Search Engine Friendly.

Being listed isn't enough; you also need to make the most out of every visitor to your website.  A strong message and call to action on page one is extremely important to sales. 56% of vsistors only visit page one.  19% visit page two.  So page one success is extremely important.

And equally important is achieving high ranking in the search results to benefit from the considerable amount of traffic they can send to your website.   

Have you ever wondered why some sites turn up at the top of any given search result while others are buried 10, 20 or 100 pages down?

There are specific techniques used when building a website that can determine whether or not a search engine can actually find the website to begin with, and then where it ranks that site in its database. These techniques are referred to as search engine optimization (often abbreviated as SEO) and are really quite complex. That's because searchers demand only the most relevant results from their searches, so the search engines are constantly changing and refining the way they capture and categorize content. It takes an expert to understand this constantly evolving process and to implement the techniques that ensure a top ranking.

We offer expert SEO services as part of your new Internet Solution, or as an upgrade to your existing website. Either way, this essential service will deliver more targeted traffic to your website, unlocking the full potential of your online presence.  For an free analysis of your website, Contact us today.