Today I’m going to talk to you a little bit about customer lifetime value.
What happens when you search an organic keyword on Google? Immediately you are shown a group of ads: Right below that, we are given map
Google changes as often as the latest clothing trend. It’s in one day, and out the next. It can feel pretty overwhelming to keep up
You have a website for your business, just like everyone else. How do you know if your target demographic is finding your page? Do they even know you exist? Having a website isn’t enough. Executing Search Engine Optimization (SEO) allows search engines (i.e., Google, Bing or Yahoo) to crawl the web and compile and rank the websites with the most relevant content based on an individual’s search. The website links that appear at the top, on page one, are the prime spots, where every website owner wants to be. Below we’ll go over the basics of how SEO works and why it’s necessary for your business website and ways to increase your chances of ranking on page one. We’ll use Google as our search engine of choice.