The Top 10 SEO Mistakes You Should Avoid (Infographic)
by Jomer Gregorio on July 26, 2016
Since the technology today allows more possibilities more than ever and gives us the opportunity to reach as many people as possible, a large number of businesses such as start-ups and even those who have been in their industry for a long period of time are considering to place their bets into the online world. To have a long lasting win in the competitive market, business owners are seeing Digital Marketing as their ticket to success.
One of the most efficient and effective ways of digital marketing is SEO or Search Engine Optimization. SEO according to Search Engine Land, is the process of getting traffic from the free and organic (non-paid) search results on search engines. So if you have or own a business, seeking the help of an SEO to improve the quality of your website to get a higher page ranking on the search engine results is one of the smartest way to build your presence online.
Higher traffic to your website could mean many things: potential customers, improved brand awareness, and possible partnership with other people that are interested in your products or services. But not every day is a good day, its easier said than done.
SEO itself is a complex discipline, which is primarily because search engines like Google uses an ever-evolving algorithm. Success in improving one’s ranking in search engine results requires set of skills to meet the demand of different algorithms being implemented in various search engines. There is always a way to succeed, but the path to failure is easier. Join us, as we take a look at some of the SEO mistakes you should not make if you want to maximize SEO for your business.
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