Quality of Traffic
Your main mission is to attract users to your site, right? Well……
If a search engine is telling users that you’re the best tamales restaurant in all fifty States, but you’re really a hairdresser, this isn’t quality traffic. You want to attract the users who actually want to learn more about your product. Or even purchase!
Your Content Matter
Great content=Happy Consumers.
It encourages users to link to your websites and shows the search engine that your site is
Interesting and authoritative in the online world. Great content leads to success in everything.
Search engines are constantly improving their performance by providing good, reliable results.
Content must also provide quick, direct, and relevant information to the search engine, while also maintaining a professionally designed interface that will catch the attention of the user and still be accessible to modern browsers. The goal is to always deliver very high quality, credible, interesting and legitimate content.
Even with all of the technological advancements we’ve had in the last several years, search engines still cannot view or understand text, video or pictures the way humans can.
Search engines rely heavily upon meta information to give them insight into how users interact with sites and pages. This gives the search engine a way to discern the quality of your pages and your site.
Ads make up a significant portion of many search engine results pages, or SERPS.
Organic traffic is any traffic that comes from SERPS that you don’t have to pay to receive. The goal for most marketers is to increase their organic traffic. Organic traffic goes hand-in-hand with SEO. Pretty much the better you are ranking with competitive keywords, the more organic traffic will result. Content is also important. The more frequent your content, the more organic traffic you’ll receive.
What is SEO?
SEO is the process of driving “organic” or non-paid traffic to your site. The first thing we do is try to figure out what people interested in your products are typing into search engines.
But how do we narrow down what exactly people are searching for?
The answer is that we have databases that hold all of the information. And we’ve got access to them!
SEO Can be difficult to understand, but it’s all in the way you look at it. If you want to build better traffic and show up in results, you should consider hiring a digital marketing agency to help you bridge the gap and grow your business.