So How Long Does It Really Take To Get To The Top Of Google?
So what Part Of SEO Is Most Important?
Google is always changing the rules so this can not be easily answered. with algorithm updates every quarter.
But I will give you some key focuses:
Quality Content: We’re talking about the perfect blend of high quality for both readers and search engines. Quality content involves strong keyword research and on-page SEO elements, such as proper header tags, internal links and title tags.
Strong Technical SEO: This is all about your website being completely recognized by search engines and as fast as possible. Speed is critical. Other elements like the over use of Java boxes can cause SEO issues. Many business miss schema markup too, this is telling Google exactly what is in your article and the questions you answering.
Relevant and Authoritative Backlinks: When another website links to your content, those links act like “votes.” The quantity doesn’t matter over the quality of links. The more trusted the source, the stronger your overall rankings will be.
What Does Typical SEO Campaigns Results Look Like?
Its important to remember every business is different in terms of objective es and goals and SEO plans can be different.
Month 1: Discovery of client’s digital marketing landscape, baseline reports, competitive analysis, keyword research, analytics audit, content audit and technical SEO audit, which includes current state and actionable solutions to resolve issues with site speed, indexing, image compression, sitemaps, crawlability and more.
Month 2: Implementation of technical SEO audit and optimization of all website content, from pages to blogs. This includes optimized title tags, meta descriptions, header tags, internal links, etc. Also, begin optimizing for local search, including Google My Business page.
Month 3: Continued website content creation (blog, FAQ, location pages, white papers, infographics, etc.), along with kicking off-page SEO into gear, which includes public relations outreach and building links back to the business website from reputable and authoritative sources.
Month 4 and on: Continued content creation and link building, typically through website blogging based around an SEO/brand authority growth strategy and guest blogging on other relevant websites, and a sharp focus on website conversion optimization, which helps convert prospects into clients. The website is audited weekly for tech issues, and weekly reporting is established to track progress and any threats or opportunities.