You know your business needs a Website. Presumably you also know helping customers find that Website is imperative. After all, if your customers can't find your Website, they can't find out about you, your company, or your products and services. But getting your business Website to stand out and rank high on search engines among all the other challenges out there is a real challenge. If you've failed to achieve the success, traffic, and desired business your business Website should be bringing you, Anna Mackey, Director of Client Services at McKremie, an Irvine, CA, SEO firm, has six reasons why. It's time to make the improvements you need to give your site better exposure.

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Written by larryjam
691 days ago

All the points you make are valid. None more than what you said about targeting the wrong keywords. It is so important to learn how to do keyword research properly. It should be done before the website is built so that your keywords can be built into the categories and included in the navigational bar.



Written by HeatherStone
692 days ago

Hi Anna,

Content really is king when trying to gain good ranking for your Website. You can try plenty of things to popularize your site, but nothing brings in visitors and (perhaps just as important) keeps them on your site like great content and lots of it.



Written by bigmoneyweb
693 days ago

Primarily customers lands on the website to find the right information and within 10 seconds, they scan the web page, and if they are unable to see the necessary data, or by going through a complex system of navigation, likely the internet audience will immediately leave the web page. Proper site development requires creative efforts. Try being as content-oriented and as comprehensive as possible when making your website. That way you'd attract many customers. Thanks for sharing.



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