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December 2019

How PPC and SEO Work Together

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Quick Definition of SEO and PPC

What is SEO? What Is PPC? Well, SEO is known as search engine optimization which is a method to increase your company’s consumer traffic on the internet through the use of keywords and phrases on your website. Proper SEO allows your company to rank high on Google search results so you show up as one of the top-ranked web pages when someone is searching for something. PPC is known as pay per click, which is when the advertiser pays the publisher a certain amount based on the number of people who view the ad and click on it to find out more information. PPC places your website at the top of Google Search results.

How They Work Together

SEO and PPC work together to get the job done. Without SEO, PPC would not be effective, and vice versa. Search engine optimization leads to more traffic because it’s made to target specific phrases and keywords. This way, potential clients are lead to click on the organic search result that is hopefully your website. The organic search result is the non-paid result. A PPC ad will have the “Ad” label next to it.
SEO takes time. For a smaller business trying to break into a highly competitive field, it can take several months before your company’s website starts to rank well on its own. This is where PPC comes in.
PPC is the quickest way to increase visibility and put yourself right at the top of Google search results. You just have to pay for it. PPC is a great way to jumpstart your car, while SEO is the accelerator. If you use the right targeted keywords in both your PPC ads and SEO efforts, then you are set to succeed.
Mind you, PPC does not have to be a long term game if you don’t want it to be. Once you’ve established enough trust with Google to rank well organically, you can shut them off. Your organic traffic value would have increased enough to where you do not need to be paying as much as you do for PPC ads. Reckon, this isn’t always a good idea if you are wanting to target new or small niche keywords and don’t have to pay an arm and a leg.
PPC’s goal is to get you more clicks so more people are visiting your website. The more clicks, the more opportunities for consumers to purchase your product or service. Thus, it will create more revenue for your company and the ROI will be worth it.
These two things work together to increase revenue and bring more traffic to your business.

If It’s Not Done Correctly

As helpful to one another as SEO and PPC are if they are not done in an effective way then you won’t see an increase in revenue. Your website also won’t show up in search results. Here at Social Eyes Marketing, we have experts that specialize in SEO and PPC. Using the right target keywords and phrases unique to your company can make or break how effective SEO and PPC works for you. With our team of experts, we can create a presence that is unique to your company and is directed towards the right audience.

SEO Pros and Cons

Search engine optimization has its pros and its cons just like everything else. Some of the pros for SEO is that it creates a higher rank for companies on search engines so you get more viewers overall. SEO is overall the way to gain new clients and grow your business organically.
The cons of SEO are that it takes time to see results so you have to be patient but the results will come. It will take awhile for you to see the results for your business which can be why people do not want to keep investing time and energy in it. But without SEO you will not have the opportunity to grow. SEO may take time to see results but in the end, you will have positive results.

PPC Pros and Cons

Pay per click also has its pros and cons but like SEO they can have a positive result with time. The pros are that is can give you faster results than SEO and it allows you to track your ads so you can personally see the results. PPC can have local exposure as well as global exposure so your business can gain views from a larger variety of possible clients.
The cons of PPC are simple and similar to other cons of marketing. First of all it is not free, therefore it is an investment. They can also be complicated and a pain to set up, but with our help at Social Eyes Marketing, we’ll make sure your company is making the most of it.

12 Months of Web Design Trends

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As the year of 2019 comes to an end we look back at all the web design features that were either brought to life or brought back from years ago. Over the 12 months, the world of the web has been booming with new design features and old but improved features. Let’s recap on the creativity that 2019 brought us.

Retro Is BACK

The vibrant retro colors are back and better than before when it comes to web design. Websites are more appealing to viewers when the colors are anything other than boring. Colors that represent the 1980s are back in style. Using neon colors is just one way you can make your profile even more appealing to the eye. But, an overuse of bright colors can be overwhelming so knowing the balance is what we do best here at Social Eyes. Our designers know how to create a personalized color scheme that best represents your company.

Interaction Is Key

Having an interactive home screen is something that makes your companies profile unique and different from others on the web. It creates a form of fun and shows that your company is modernized in the world today. There are multiple different ways to create an interactive website and the designers here at Social Eyes Marketing have creativity running through their veins. Here are a few examples of our work that we have featured on our website.

The Power of the Overlap

Using overlapping words and images is a great way to draw attention to one specific thing. Overlapping the words that are on the website can bring more dimension and attention to a title or even a slogan that you want your viewers to remember. Using the overlapping technique makes it easier for viewers to remember your company and website because it sticks out more. Yet, if this is not done well it can confuse the viewer and become more of a distraction and less of an attraction.

Add Some Curve

Straight lines are a thing of the past. In the world of web design it is all about the curve appeal. The use of circles and other shapes that differ from a basic design can give a web design a whole new appeal. People want something different and unique that stands out to them. Our designers create a fluid design that goes beyond the basic shapes.

A Good Kind of Glitch

Glitch art is the name and movement is the game. Glitch art creates a form of movement on a web page that really keeps the attention of the viewer. Basically it is similar to a video or graphic that plays over and over on the homepage. It immediately keeps the attention of the viewer. It also makes the website interactive for the viewer so they are never bored with your profile.
See you in 2020 to recap the start of the new decade.