Why is my website no where to be seen on Google???
Ok I will give you all the secrets to why?? Why we are able to rank websites so well on Google. Here is my top reasons why you are struggling to rank well on Google and why you are missing out on lots of customers!
The reality of creating a 5 page website and opening a Facebook page with the expectation of getting to the top of a Google search or getting 1000’s of followers is simply not the reality of what it takes to achieve top Google rankings and getting 1000’s of followers. If it was easy everybody would be able to achieve that for their businesses.
Lets talk about Google rankings for your website. You need SEO and that is a very short acronym for a very intense process which involves your website structure, all the content on your website, back links etc.
When it comes to Facebook pages, Facebook has adjusted their algorithm to the point where only 6-7% of your likes will see your posts.
What you need to be successful is an integrated digital marketing strategy that is based on user statistics for your business and that is not as easy as it sounds.
- IT IS MUCH BIGGER THAN YOU THINK
The amount of content that you have to release through your website and through your social media accounts is much more than most people expect. It is estimated that to engage with your audience on Facebook you need to do 4-8 posts per day with a content deployment strategy that links to content on your website. Amazon is ranked amongst the top 10 websites in the world. It has more than 200 million pages on Google.
- THERE IS A WAY, BE WILLING TO PUT IN THE HOURS
I have created many SEO strategies and even more digital marketing strategies for businesses and I have never missed my mark. My clients always get to the top of Google but we are honest with them and we tell them how much work it takes and what their expectation should be.
It is possible but it is also calculated!
I hope that this article will help you to develop your winning strategy for you business. Send me an email if you have questions or need help: email@example.com