Everyone wants to be in the top search results on Google. A lot of people also consider hiring an SEO expert, because they want fast and effective results. Lucy Davis, author at Top 10 website hosting explains in her article how to easily work on your SEO and get long term results. I will add my comments and share some figures with you throughout the article.
Time and dedication are key
Many SEO experts will tell you that SEO takes time and dedication – there are not really any ‘quick wins’. Or they will tell you that if you try out the ‘quick win’ type techniques, that it is impossible to get long-term results. However, there are some ways that you can improve your WordPress SEO that won’t involve hiring an expensive SEO expert or dedicating all of your time to doing it.
First of all, if you are unsure how important SEO is for your website, then there are plenty of reasons for you to spend some time to better understand it. To start with, good SEO practices will generate more traffic to your website which should drive more sales/business for your company. SEO is cheaper than paying for ads or other ways where you are paying to get website traffic.
In fact, this is why SEO is a priority for a lot of digital marketers: with the right keywords and the right approach, a website can attract qualified leads that might result in an increase in conversion and sales.
Many aspects of SEO are completely free if you understand how to apply them. If your website is performing badly compared to your competitors then you clearly need to up your SEO game. SEO is an important part of the user experience and if your website visitors have a good experience, they are more likely to do business with you.
Today, there is a very intense competition online. I personally think that the expression “Go big or go home” kind of applies in the online world. Having a website that performs badly, that delivers a negative user experience, has no competitive advantage compared to well developed websites.
Joe Pine is an expert in the world of marketing and customer experience. As one of the men who coined the term “experience economy”, he stresses the importance of creating memorable events for customers. These events are meant to elevate an experience and increase the probability of an economic exchange. Today, our economy is an experience economy– meaning that events that engage customers in a personal way are the predominant economic offering. It is important to understand that levels of the economy build on each other. Great experiences begin with a great service, and these services are built on goods. The goods are created from raw materials, which is the basis of all of the economy.
The primary objective of the ski resorts is simple: to offer access to Wi-Fi to everyone everywhere, whether through optical fiber or radio links, a free Wi-Fi central point, or an individual pocket wifi. All amenities at ski resorts are created to satisfy the customer. (e.g., since 2015 the resort of Les Gets [has offered] its holidaymakers a pocket Wifi system enabling them to stay connected everywhere, even when on holiday)A customer’s satisfaction starts with internet access. Nowadays, we want to be able to share everything immediately. The resorts have understood this need have acted to improve. There are more and more photo points installed in front of the most beautiful photo spots of different ski areas. The photo points ensure beautiful photos and selfies for skiers, that of course – thanks to the connected structures – can immediately be shared for our greatest happiness.
Gaming has always been an enormous industry, and with modern mobile gaming, there is no exception to that. Gaming has been a way of life for many, for decades. With the rise of mobile technology, it has only served to make gaming more accessible and possible anytime, anywhere. That’s why it should come as no surprise that the best mobile games on the market rake in big dollars. Using the super-resourceful fact sheet from “PlayMobi” at the end of this article, we are going to take a closer look at the top five mobile game apps and how much money they make on a minute-to-minute basis per year.
One of the main takeaways from Sexton’s idea is that social media should be a value-adding platform, not a sales platform. He stresses that it is not acceptable to present a sales pitch to a client during an initial interaction. Instead, he advises
salespeople to build relationships with potential clients by engaging with their social media updates and continuously adding value that would be of interest to clients. Sexton is confident that sales representatives would thrive with the right coaching from their sales managers. It is for this reason that proper training of both managers and representatives is necessary.