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Ben Hollom - Marketing Director, M2 Bespoke

Ben Hollom – Marketing Director, M2 Bespoke

By Ben Hollom

Although many small business have already made steps to keep up to date with SEO, there are still companies that are not convinced that having a search engine optimised website can make a difference. Here are a few good reasons that could make managers realise what SEO can do for their business.

Essentially, what SEO does is to help people find your business online. If they are able to easily find your website and see what they are looking for there, they might become your loyal customers. If your site is not optimised, the chances that users will find it are slim. Strong link building will help search engines rank your website better and make it more visible to users, Business 2 Community explained.

Another advantage of SEO is that it allows you to target users from a specific location. Very often SEO keywords are area specific and this means that your website is more likely to reach users that will really find your service relevant, partly because you are located where you are.

According to various studies, SEO is a good way to attract customers rather than just window-shoppers. When users turn to search engines to look for a products they usually have the intention to ultimately make a purchase. Moreover, SEO is an affordable service; if you read guides and keep track of the latest developments, you can optimise your website on your own, but if you are not certain about what you are doing, it can be a better option to turn to an SEO agency for assistance.

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Ben Hollom

March 5, 2013