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How SEO Really Works

How SEO Works 2


Lots of marketers make the mistake of seeing SEO only as a source of free traffic. While that's true, free traffic is the end result, but it’s not how SEO works.

The real purpose of SEO is to help people who are looking for your products or services find you. To do that, you have to match the content on your website to what people are trying to find.

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Grow your business using local SEO

local seo

All local businesses, from plumbers & builders to florists & accountants can reach more customers through local SEO (search engine optimization).

What is local SEO? (aka Search Engine Optimisation)

Local SEO is a highly effective form of local online marketing. It allows local businesses to promote their services to local customers at exactly the time the customer looking for your type of business.

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Does Your Business Really Need a Website?

does your business need a website

This is a question we get asked a lot and believe it or not there isn't a simple answer to it, each business is different.

It’s true that plenty of small businesses are successful without any need for a website. Print advertising, word of mouth and a physical presence in a prime location are sometimes all that’s needed to attract a steady flow of customers and achieve a respectable profit. However , if you’re expending a lot of time and money on paper advertising, or your business simply isn’t doing as well as you would like, setting up a website could prove incredibly useful.

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