1 – Do I Need SEO?
Yes, you do. When consumers discover your brand on search engines, they’re more likely to click on your website. Besides, SEO helps you drive traffic from your desired keywords, enabling you to attract highly-qualified leads.
Online competition is getting tougher because almost every business is opting for SEO services. If you leave your business at the hands of a novice SEO expert, then your business won’t be able to rank in the first page of Google. We have decades of experience managing SEO campaigns for our clients and we know our job well.
2 – How Much Time Will It Take to See Results From SEO?
There’s no fixed time. Results vary based on various factors. Generally speaking, we see measurable results in the first 4-6 months. However, SEO results grow exponentially over time. This means once you start seeing results, it’ll continue to grow (unless you stop doing SEO).
3 – Will My Website Always Rank On Top After You Have Optimized It?
SEO is always changing, and one cannot guarantee a top position all the time, although we put our best efforts to maintain them. Since rankings depend on more than 200 factors, no agency can promise that you’ll always be at the top for your industry keywords.
4 – What Are the Types of SEO?
There are three types of SEO. These are:
On-page SEO: It refers to optimizing your webpage content to rank higher in search engines. On-page SEO includes publishing high-quality articles, optimizing your headlines, title tags, meta descriptions, and more.
Off-page SEO: It refers to all the activities that you do outside your website to boost your position in search engines. Off-page SEO includes acquiring backlinks, social signals, guest posting, influencer outreach, forum posting, and more. Technical SEO: It refers to optimizing the technical aspect of your website that affects your rankings in search engines. Technical SEO includes loading speed, robots.txt, sitemaps, breadcrumbs, HTTPS requests, 301 redirects, and more. When it comes to search engine rankings, all three hold equal importance.