Search Engine Optimization
Flustered by Facebook? Tormented by Twitter? Or perhaps you don’t have enough time in the day or the available staff to get on top of it? I can help you to manage all of your social media needs so that you have a strong online presence and are able to connect with people in your community.
Not enough hours in the day to keep up with your Facebook, Google + or Twitter account? Let us help you.
SEO stands for “search engine optimization.” It is the process of getting traffic from the “free,” “organic,” “editorial” or “natural” search results on search engines.
85% of online internet users use search engines like Google, bing or Yahoo to find what they are looking for. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) can help your business stand out from your competition and get more visitors who convert the visit into sales. On average, a website’s traffic increases by 73% within six months of site optimisation.
Search engine is a major part of the internet marketing to develop your business online. Knowyweb, best SEO Company, India offers qualitative SEO packages complimenting the customer requirements. We are working for providing long term traffic and high position of website for our client for which the important steps are taken in the project to reach our client goals for major search engine.
- Keyword and Competitive Analysis.
- Discovery of Keywords.
- Return On Investment(ROI) Analysis.
- Blog reviews and press releases.
- Editing content at a definite period of time.
You may ask yourself the question “Social media, do I need it for my business?”
Whether you are using social media or not, in many cases your customers are! People like to buy from those they feel they can trust. Have you ever read a post by a friend who said “I bought these great shoes from this new shop” or “this plumber totally saved me when we ran out of hot water”. These are recommendations by your friends about their experience with businesses, wouldn’t you like that kind of free advertising for your business?
What about the bad comments?
Of course, some may have concerns about negative comments, but social media platforms allow you to manage these and potentially turn unhappy customers into happy ones. For example, if your customer has a negative experience with your business and you don’t have a social media outlet for them to express it, they will probably do it on their own Facebook page or Twitter account and you will be none the wiser. In the mean time all their friends and family will read about their bad experience and think poorly of your business. The same scenario with social media allows that unhappy customer to let YOU know what they think. Trust me, no one likes to hear bad things about their business, but if you know about it you can manage it. Find out why they are unhappy, try to resolve it and prevent it from happening again. Bill Gates may have put it best years ago when he said, “Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.”
How do I choose which social media platform is right for my business?
So perhaps it is time that you take the leap and get on board social media. There are a plenty of platforms out there for you to choose from. The best part they are free to set up an account.