Do you own a website? Are you a local business owner that wants to rank higher in Google, but doesn’t know how – or you simply don’t have the time to do it yourself?
SEO by Jennifer is here to help.
Why Rank Better In Google?
Considering Google performs over 131 BILLION searches a month, the amount of traffic you could get from Google is HUGE.
It is one way of getting new clients, customers, and business (ie, more SALES) that should never ever be overlooked.
Bottom line is this:
Your potential clients are looking online for what you offer.
They will either find YOU – or they WILL find your competition.
I have heard many other experts say that if the marketing plan for your business does NOT include getting traffic from Google, you don’t HAVE a marketing plan.
That’s how serious traffic from the internet is these days.
But I DO Rank #1 For My Business Name!
Ranking for your specific and unique business name is usually not enough – unless you are some HUGE brand that everybody and their brother already knows about.
You need to rank for what your business does and where it does it.
For example, let’s say your business name is “Jill’s Carpet Cleaning” and you already rank #1 for Jill’s carpet cleaning when searched for in Google.
That’s great! The people who already know about your business can find you….
What about all those potential clients that search Google for WHAT you do and WHERE you do it?
If you are in the Atlanta area (for example), do you rank for your what/where keywords?
Can someone searching Google search for carpet cleaning atlanta and find YOU? (here’s a hint, if you are aren’t at LEAST on Page 2 of those search results, people will not find you. Searchers rarely go past the first page of search results that Google gives them.)
I have been in the customer service industry for years and years. I am a BIG fan of customer retention. I know first hand that it is cheaper to KEEP a customer than it is to go get a new one.
But the reality is – you MUST have NEW customers.
At the end of the day, it’s your bottom line that decides if your doors stay open – or closed.
The Internet… GOOGLE… is where new customers are looking for your products and services.
Be where they are looking.