There’s no better, faster and cheaper traffic source than ranking on the first page on Google.
What you might not know, however, is why your website, despite having visibly better content, ranks below many of your competitors in search results.
There can be many reasons for this.
You might not have enough quality internal and external backlinks, your on-page SEO could be weak, or there may just be too much competition for your target keywords.
One ranking factor, however, that may possibly be the reason for your low search traffic is your site’s technical SEO structure.
Technical SEO, in simple terms, relates to everything that impacts the performance of your website and its relationship with search engine spiders.
A site with a strong technical SEO foundation not only makes it easier for search engines to crawl and index its content, but also provides a significantly better user experience to its visitors.
Over the last two to three years, website performance and user experience have become key factors in Google’s search engine ranking algorithms.
In today's market, it's not a race.
It's a never-ending marathon, and Technical SEO matters.
As you see from the data below, making technical SEO changes can benefit your website over time.
These are actual screen shots of clients that use our SEO services.
Everything starts with your website. If your website is not optimized well technically and you don't have internal and external backlinks, you will never rank well in a competitive market.
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Over the past fifteen years, I have had the privilege of creating and implementing large marketing and communications strategies for businesses and nonprofit organizations ranging between 1 and 50 million in annual revenue. I’ve developed both digital and traditional marketing strategies managing multi-channel campaigns positively influencing the overall revenue outcome for each organization.
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