|Weekly SEO news: 10 January 2017|
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Paid search marketing is okay. Organic SEO is great!
SEO (search engine optimization) concentrates on the regular "organic" results on Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other search engines. If your website is listed in the regular results, you don't have to pay for each click.
If you use paid search marketing to advertise your website on search engines, you pay for every click. Your website will appear in the "sponsored results" section of the search results page.
Paid search marketing delivers quick and expensive results
To achieve high rankings in the organic search results, you have to develop good web pages and good links that point to your site. It takes much longer to get high rankings with SEO. Fortunately, most websites keep their rankings for a long time.
In the long run, SEO is a much better value than paid search marketing. If you have a business that is meant to stay, SEO is the way to go.
Organic SEO leads to better websites
If you use SEO to promote your website, you are forced to optimize your web pages: the content, the usability, etc. Although this requires more work, your website and your revenue will benefit greatly from these changes.
Good SEO doesn't only lead to visitors from search engines. It also leads to higher conversion rates and happy customers.
Paid search marketing is great if you have the money and if you need website visitors now. If you want to get high rankings that last without paying for every single click, use SEO to promote your site. At the end of the day, SEO has a much better return-on-investment.
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The one thing that I would watch out for, of course, that if something is really important for your website, that that is actually indexed, but you notice that fairly quickly because these are the pages that should be sending you traffic."
Some will put in more time and effort to these pages and make sure that each variant page is unique content, so they aren’t similar enough that Google will filter them for being duplicate. The drawback to this method is that someone might land on one of these variants that is not exactly what they are looking for, and if the site owner doesn’t also include links to these variants, the searcher can end up hitting the back button and going to a competitor’s site instead."
It doesn’t take things out that are nofollow, it doesn’t take things out that are in the disavow file. So it’s more a matter of we know all of these links exist for your site, and here is what we think is a relevant sample for yours."
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