Does SEO Increase Website Traffic?
Can SEO Increase My Website’s Traffic?
Yes, it can and Smith-Digital, located in Houston Texas, can help. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a strategy used by website designers and web developers to optimize the structure, content and links within your website. This optimization prepares your website for search engines, making it easier to be fully indexed. All websites that want to rank better in search engines, rank number one on Google or rank high in local map results need SEO.
How Long Until My Website Rankings Increase?
Some of our clients see drastic increases in traffic after the first session. It is recommended that customers secure their domain name as far in advance as possible. This helps establish longevity for the domain name. Domain names that are recently registered will more than likely not rank high within their first three to six months. An option is to purchase established domain names, however these can be very expensive. The best policy is always to register the domain name first, and begin search engine optimization as soon as the website is completed and online. Also, make sure to submit your URL to Google to be indexed as soon as you have content online. This will give you an idea of your starting point with keywords, and the amount of competition you will be up against.
Should I Trust Companies that Offer “Guaranteed First Page Results”?
Do pigs fly? If getting first-page status on Google were that easy, no one would stay for long. You will always notice (in Google, at least) consistency with the top, quality organic results. These websites are distinguished above others, as their content and”popularity” show. Established websites that have been optimized for a year or more stand a high chance of remaining in the “first-page” results even after discontinuing SEO services. Smith-Digital does not guarantee any specific rankings, however we do guarantee to use 100% acceptable, “white hat” techniques to naturally increase your website’s organic rankings in search engines like Google.
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