Why Your Business Needs SEO
The information you have on your website is only useful if your prospective customers or clients can find it. Google receives over 63,000 searches per second, and 75% of clicks go to the top 3 results. If your website is not even appearing on the first page of Google, hundreds or even thousands of potential customers are never going to see your website. Thus, no business and no calls. You need SEO, and you need it done right.
Currently, about 80% of consumers make internet research part of their buying decisions. Building a website is an art and if a company’s website looks unappealing or doesn’t work, the consumer will often draw conclusions that the business’ product or service is the same. That’s why having quality web development is crucial to internet marketing.
What is SEO?
Search engine optimization, or SEO, is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or unpaid (called “organic”) search results. When users use search engines like Google, Yahoo, or Bing, the results are displayed and ranked in order of relevance.
With an average of 71% of users clicking on links from the first page of search results, knowing how to optimize your website to match what search engines are looking for can significantly improve its visibility to users and help drive relevant traffic to your website. By using proper search engine optimization for your site, you will start to see yourself skyrocket beyond your competitors.
What Our Clients Say
Working with Social Eyes Marketing was so easy and rewarding. They were super helpful in redesigning my website and getting more traffic to it. I communicated all of my goals and they have done an excellent job in fulfilling them. I’ve seen a huge difference since working with Social Eyes and I would recommend it to anyone trying to improve their business.
The whole staff was tremendously supportive through the process of building our websites and managing our SEO. We get lots of calls at Exterior Concepts due to them.
Tia Markland Crabtree