Traffic doesn’t mean much if it doesn’t convert, and traffic doesn’t convert if someone is only on your site for a mere five seconds. Many companies put a lot of effort into the search engine optimization (SEO) of their website so that people surfing the web can find their website and click. However, once someone finds your website, the battle is not over. Even if you’ve also put a lot of time into designing a good-looking landing page, this doesn’t guarantee a high time-on-site figure.
What Is An SEO Audit? An SEO audit is a process of checking a web site in a number of areas. Primarily, this process aims to ensure that your web site is up to current standards of being search engine friendly (and search engine com... Read Post
So your company has mastered search engine optimization (SEO) for the brand's main Website and and established a killer social media strategy, both of which are driving hordes of traffic and new business. Way to go. Both are critica... Read Post