In SEO, there is no universal formula or overnight fix. There are numerous strategies for driving traffic to your website and not all of them will be right for your business.
Large companies will be spending a considerable amount of money in order to achieve those impressive SEO results on highly searched terms. For a small business with perhaps an even smaller online marketing budgets, it becomes increasingly important to focus on your own needs and requirements and to be realistic about the kind of results you should expect and how you should measure your ROI.
That doesn’t mean SEO can’t be effective for your business, but you should consider whether you really need to be appearing on page one for those highly competitive search terms. You may find that those are the terms that generate a lot of visitors and it would seem obvious to suggest that these are the searches that really count, however, it stands to reason that spending a lot of money to target the most competitive search terms will almost certainly be the wrong approach.
Rather than seeking to rank well for vanity terms, it would be more appropriate for you as a business manager to concentrate on the keywords and terms that will produce sales. While it’s easy to rely on visitor numbers, the real goal of SEO should not be for visitors, but for a return on your investment.
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Maven Managed believes that the foundation of a quality SEO campaign is relevancy.