It has always been our understanding as SEO professionals in Some Web Devs, that being on the first page of Google Search Results or what is otherwise called the SERP ( Search Engine Results Page ), is not a matter of cost per say. Its a matter or time and effort put into something that is called SEO or Search Engine Optimization.
In case you did all of the above and your question is “what happens then”, then you should know that neither on-site SEO nor off-site SEO are one-off actions. On-site SEO should be performed regularly, not necessarily frequently. Every here and there, you should be checking your on-site SEO and maybe apply micro- optimizations. For instance, you go back on your website and see that in your law services page, the “criminal” term is not all that much optimized, edit it and optimize it, it will be good. Off-site SEO should, on the other hand, be performed regularly and maybe […]
Most people consider links from social media are active links to your website. One of the most common misconception is that when you post a link from your website on Facebook, this link is considered an active link and will help your website grow in search engines. Do social media links help my website on search engines? Most social media mark all links that are posted on them as rel=nofollow. As mentioned before, rel=nofollow means that the link is indeed active and clickable, will drive the user to the destination, but it will not be “seen” by search engines. So all […]
There are a couple of ways you can add links to other peoples’ websites. Since you don’t control their website but they do, then you can’t really go in and add links unless they want it or allow it. So you will need to follow some digital-PR steps to “convince” them to add a link to your website. Local online directories and business listings Find your local or national business directories and directories, register and add your business by adding your website ( which in most cases automatically turns into a link to your website ), write about your business […]
There are a couple of ways you can add links to other peoples’ websites. Since you don’t control their website but they do, then you can’t really go in and add links unless they want it or allow it. So you will need to follow some digital-PR steps to “convince” them to add a link to your website. Off-site search engine optimization: Blogs and forums Another place online you can add links to your website is blogs and forums that talk about the same stuff your website is about. Our website is about law services so we should find blogs […]
Or in other words, your link-building strategy. There are a couple of ways you can add links to other peoples’ websites. Since you don’t control their website but they do, then you can’t really go in and add links unless they want it or allow it. So you will need to follow some digital-PR steps to “convince” them to add a link to your website. One way to make it happen is to write an article about your own concept and then send it to online magazines and press websites ( again of high quality and relevancy ). So let’s […]
Search engine optimization contains two things we need to do, a set of actions that we need to do on the website and another set of actions to perform outside our website. To correctly perform the full optimization of our pages, we will need to do both steps. On-site SEO can be a one-off or less frequent update, whereas off-site SEO can be thought of as a never-ending process that we need to follow repeatedly, not frequently necessarily but repeatedly for sure. What is On-Site SEO? On-Site SEO is the group of actions we need to perform on our website. […]
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