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DESCRIPTIONNow that you understand the importance of search engine optimization and are implementing a strategy of your own, are you falling into some of the common pitfalls of SEO? This webinar will identify 5 common SEO mistakes including aspects of keyword strategy, on-page SEO elements, and content optimization - and how to remedy them.Presented by Kasi Gajtkowski of Hall Web Services
- 5 SEO Mistakes to Avoid Hall Web Services
- Who We Are Kasi Gajtkowski Organic Search Manager [email_address]
- Hall Web Services
- 11 Years in Business
- Over 80 Search Marketing Clients
- 98% of Customers "Very Satisfied"
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- About You:
- You understand what SEO is and why it's important for your website
- You've got an idea of what SEO best practices are
- You've been thinking about your website's SEO strategy or
- have implemented one
- 5 common SEO pitfalls and how to avoid/fix them
- SEO: Science & Art
- Apply Best Practices
- Test your methods
- Be Creative
- Add some finesse
- How did you validate your keywords?
- - Keyword Tools
- - Manual Research
- Are people actually searching for those words?
- Too competitive? (you will not be #1 for software)
- Not a good bet
- Title tags unique for each page?
- How are you using h1 tags?
- Meta descriptions unique for each
- page and contain keywords?
- It's all about using keywords in those on page elements lose the filler!
- Mistake #3: Not using your keywords in your content. Your keywords must be in your web copy!
- You can't fool the search engines
- May need to tweak or rewrite copy to accommodate keywords
- Should sound natural to your readers
- Keyword Density:
- 2-4% for your targeted keywords
- But really, they just need to be IN the copy of the page!
- No longer an online brochure
- Your competitors are changing all the time
- Keep 'em coming back visitors & spiders
- Blogs are an easy way to do this
- Mistake #5: Focusing on rankings rather than conversions. * http://www.emarketer.com/Article.aspx?R=1007479 eMarketer's 2010 Digital Marketing Outlook report* : only 9.4% of senior marketers named conversion & ROI as the most important metric
- What good is it to be #1 if you're not getting your desired outcome?
- What are your goals?
- What are your user conversion strategies?
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- Do the keyword research
- Follow best practices
- Use keywords in your content
- Update your site regularly
- Think about the end results goals (interactions)!
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