SEO: Breaking down the barrier between you and your customers

SEO is about communicating to Google, Bing or Yahoo—the gatekeeper between you and search traffic—that your site is worth displaying. The trick is, understanding what Google is currently favoring and how to pivot your SEO strategy to match that. And we all know how fickle the SERPs can be. Following instructions on a blog for DIY search engine optimization solutions sounds great (and easy enough to follow) but working with an educated, experienced SEO specialist or agency is the real deciding factor between implementing an SEO strategy that will boost visibility within the SERPs and developing an in-depth, multi-faceted digital marketing strategy that increases your online presence on major search engines and drives tangible results for your business. Sure, there are many SEO efforts that you could implement but how do you prioritize them based on what will drive quality organic search traffic to your web pages, leading to increased conversions?

That’s where we come in. 

The three main factors that affect your ability to get to the first page of any major search engine are:

Content

Your potential customers crave quality content. The proper content strategy will involve intelligent market and keyword research to ensure your web pages come up first when users type in search queries related to your business. You cannot keyword stuff like it is 2008 anymore. You must develop a content strategy that answers questions that your potential customers are dying to know and answer it in a way that no one else has before. Innovation, relevance, and a bit of sensationalization will make the difference between quality content and words on a page that flop.

Technical SEO

 Agencies from far and wide use an array of SEO tools that give insight into search rankings, possible site optimizations available, and technical updates within your website that can help your online presence. These factors are seen as signals to the search engines on whether your website provides the smoothest user experience and is technically sound for search engine crawlers to find the correct web pages on-site. There are several signals to look for when it comes to technical SEO. To scratch the surface, webmasters should look into clean URL structures, resolving indexation issues in Google Search Console, and implementing proper schema markup.

Backlinks

Digital PR is an avenue of SEO that frequently goes unnoticed. A solid link building strategy is more than a race to get the most backlinks to your site. It may seem intimidating if you’re going up against a competitor with a large number of referring domains pointing at their URL, but it is far more important to have an array of high domain authority sites to mid-low level authoritative sites linking to yours. It’s about the signal the link sends to the search engines, rating your site as worthy of ranking high in the SERPs. Conducting a smart link building strategy is key to a successful search engine optimization solution.

When you optimize your site for search engines by building a robust link profile, easily navigable site structure and killer content strategy, Google will display you in search results—and searchers will naturally gravitate toward your business.

Here’s how a customized search engine optimization solution from Digital Strike can grow your business:

Proven ROI

Attract Targeted Traffic

If you target your SEO strategy around the keywords your ideal audience is using, you’ll show up in their search results and they’ll land on your site.

Proven ROI

Convert searchers into leads

Once they’re on your site, if you have content addressing their questions and pain points, you’ll have your customers in the palm of your hand.

Proven ROI

Grow your customer base

The ultimate goal of any SEO strategy is to convert searchers into customers. As your website traffic and conversion rates rise, so will your bottom line.

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I have been working with Digital Strike for several years now. After having worked with Many internet marketing and SEO companies, I happy to say that Digital Strike is a Diamond in the Rough. In an industry where results count, these guys get results. I have had several other business owners and industry SEO experts look at our websites and their performance and ask “Who does your SEO? … its really good!” etc. To me that speaks volumes. Thank you to the whole team at Digital Strike!

– Danny Baker

When you choose Digital Strike for SEO, you choose...

Experience

We know white hat SEO best practices backward and forwards. Throughout our years of experiences, we’ve learned what works and what doesn’t so we can solve your business problems.

Transparency

Every month, you’ll get a report that shows the real story of how your organic search traffic is doing. We’re upfront about everything we’re doing and where your money is being spent so you can feel confident in your investment.

STRATEGY

Smart SEO strategy is the key to success. We don’t throw darts and hope one sticks. We have proven strategies that we’ve developed to increase your rankings on the search engine results page.

INNOVATION

We aren’t about to give you the same SEO services and recommendations that we give every other client. Our team creates custom search engine optimization strategies that will work for you and your business based on what you need and your budget.

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