Benefits of SEO Services for your website
More traffic to your website
Though social media is very important these days, search engines still deliver 65% of the traffic to most websites, so, using them combined is really the key to raise your website’s traffic. Social networks can also be optimized for delivering outstanding results.
Puts your site where the buyers are
We all search on Google a product or service we’re looking for before actually purchasing it. If you’re ranked with good SEO and good Keywords, you’ll always be in the results and therefore where the buyers for your business are.
SEO delivers better leads
When people stumble into your website or business by chance or via traditional media (such as tv, radio, etc) they might or not be interested in what you have to offer. But this means that the efforts and resources you’re driving into that marketing are only profitable in a very low percentage (1.7% to be clear).
On the other hand, when a user finds your business because they’re searching for exactly what you offer, they’re more likely to actually purchase, subscribe or buy the services you’re offering. This possible clients or “leads” are more likely to convert into real profit when they find you on search engines (14.5% to be exact). This means that SEO investments are 900% more likely to bring profit than regular marketing. Just do the math.
SEO is expanding
The use of mobile devices for searching online is increasing very fast; almost everyone these days own a smartphone and uses internet on it.
Of course, mobile responsive websites are also an SEO service we offer and that will double the opportunities for attracting traffic, leads and convert them into revenue.
SEO position is better than paid traffic
Being in the top first pages of a trusted engine like Google, is like being famous. This is because those big companies have a trusted reputation and them backing you and positioning you on top, means you’re also trustworthy. The benefits of this are seen in comparison with paid traffic.
Paid traffic automatically positions you on top, but people know that you’re paying for it so you may or may not be as useful as a website that has sweated its way to the top. So, which would you choose in most cases? The one that may or not be helpful or the one you know for sure will be? The answer is obvious. So, that’s exactly what revenue reflects; organic positioning drives up to 70% of traffic while paid positioning only drives up to 15%.