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SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Search engine optimisation, or SEO, has become a fundamental part of owning a website or a business – and in particular, a small business. And SEO has many benefits that small businesses can benefit from. SEO can really help your business succeed and grow online.

Benefits of SEO?

Find new customers

Marketing should get you new customers, and SEO is no different. While SEO is primarily all about improving your rankings in the search engine result pages (SERPs), you need better rankings in order to get more traffic in order to attain new customers. Better rankings in the search results means more visits to your site, which should convert into more customers.

Find customers in the discovery phase

Finding new customers isn’t always easy, but by focusing on SEO, you are likely to find customers in the discovery phase. People who are searching on Google or other search engines are attempting to learn more about what they need, or what the choices that lie in front of them are. This is the ideal time to get your business in front of them. They may be searching for specifically what you offer. But if you aren’t ranking, how will these people find you? Well, they won’t. They’ll go to multiple competitors websites and pick the one best suited. Your business won’t even appear to exist to the people making these searches.

More traffic

While it isn’t traffic for the sake of traffic you want, getting traffic to your website is a key aspect of digital marketing. Even if your website is perfect and offers everything people want – if there’s no traffic coming to it from Google, then no-one is going to convert. By getting more traffic from organic channels, your chances of getting conversions and subsequent sales rises. Even if your conversion rate is very low, doubling your traffic can essentially double the number of enquiries and/or sales your business achieves.

Improved conversion rates

With more traffic, and more targeted traffic to specific landing pages, comes more conversions. This means the overall conversion rate of your site will improve along with your number of enquiries or sales. At the end of the day, if people coming to your site are genuinely interested in what you have to offer (as they should be due to the fact they were actively searching for something relevant) then they are more likely to convert than a more generic audience.

Heightened brand awareness

Anyone searching for terms relevant to your small business will be more likely to come across your business when making searches. The more they see your business pop up in the SERPs, then the more aware they are of your brand. Which means they will be more likely to click onto your site, and consider you for the future – if not there and then.

Overtake competitors

Many businesses will have that one competitor that is number 1 for terms they think they are more suited to. But if you haven’t invested in SEO, how can you expect to be number 1? By rising up through the rankings, and hopefully taking their spot in the rankings, you can take traffic and potential sales directly from the competition. People who were previously clicking their site will now be more likely to find your brand instead. Similarly, if your competition isn’t ranking, but they are still a big player within your industry, this is the perfect opportunity to more easily take them on.

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