We help you to be the first choice on your potential customers’ search results
What is SEO and its benefits?
Search Engine Optimization(SEO) is any activity that involves increasing the quantity and quality of traffic to your website through organic search engine results. SEO is ensuring that your website can be found in search engines when your potential customer search for words and phrases relevant to your website. It is about attracting the right visitors, in the right amount, to maximise the best traffic flow for your website.
When and where do I use SEO?
Do you want your website to be the front page of your customers’ search results? You will need the help of SEO to do so, as Google promotes authority pages to the top of their rankings. Getting authority points includes writing quality content that people find useful because these useful content will be shared across other platforms such as Twitter feeds and blogs. The more your content is shared, the higher your authoritative rank becomes.
What makes for a good website SEO?
By putting relevant and useful content that people can share, you are increasing your authoritative signals. In turn, Google picks up on these signals and promotes your page to the top results shown in Google search. Other than content, backlinks are also crucial to promoting your website’s credibility. Getting links from quality, high ranking websites can vastly boost your website’s SEO. After all, great sites only link to other great sites won’t they?
What is Gram’s Process for website SEO?
For every SEO project, we always start off with research to find out your website rankings and authority. This includes keyword research and competitor analysis, where we obtain information about what your potential clients are searching for so that we know how to best optimize your website to connect them to you. We also help to enhance your content to make sure that it best appeals to your target audience so that your website will earn quality backlinks, that it will in turn earn authority points from Google.
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