Artistic Created Websites
SEO and Marketing
can vary in costs.
SEO or Search Engine Optimization
as quoted by one of the leading authorities MOZ defines it pretty simple as;
“SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which is the practice of increasing the quantity and quality of traffic to your website through organic search engine results.”
With this simple definition, I will cover what it would involve for your website and getting found organically which means naturally without paying for social media advertising and/or through search engine ads like Google Adwords, Bing, Yahoo, and hundreds of others. Now with that said I will explain a little more about it in detail and how it is used.
Search Engine Optimization can take an hour a week or 8 hours a day. Many webmasters have based their professional careers on SEO and this is all they do. Others will focus on everything involved and in relationship to SEO such as I do meaning
I build WordPress websites to perform seamlessly for SEO by being responsive to Desktop, Laptop, Tablet & Mobile.
There are two basic forms of optimization that do two separate operations but yet still work in conjunction with each other. Website optimization is about the website’s performance for the user end experience while SEO (search engine optimization) is about following the algorithms set by Google and others and getting indexed in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages) via producing quality content to rank on the first page of the search engine’s web pages.
The higher your rank the better the lead generation works for you organically.
So What is Organic Search?
Organic search is based on the quality of the content of your website. The more informative your content is the better.
A semantic inquiry is the use of a few keywords working with a method in form of a question and expecting to discover catchphrases, however, to decide the plan and logical importance of the words an individual is utilizing for the search if that makes sense. If not we’ll discuss it further in more detail so you’ll understand it and be able to use this knowledge yourself and actually use it within your work.
Creative artists, authors, philosophers, writers, galleries, advertisers, etc. have used these methods before there was even a name for it.
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After All, That’s Why You’re Here
Is It Not?
Semantics alludes to the philosophical investigation of importance.
The facts demonstrate that way of thinking infrequently rhymes with computer programming, yet this idea causes us to arrive at a definition. In fact, Semantic Pursuit is identified with sorting out what your query implies.
Indeed, this sort of search makes perusing more complete by seeing precisely the thing the client is attempting to ask, rather than basically coordinating keywords to pages.
Confused? Overwhelmed? Don’t be. This is something that comes naturally to everyone but the way it is explained in the “SEO” circles and terminology is what makes it overwhelming and confused. In fact, this is the way it always has been.
Think of it as “Robby The Robot” the mechanical genius in “The Forbidden Planet” Sci-Fi series. It could give you the correct answer or analogy to anything you asked it …well, almost. The point is this was the concept ever since
Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist, invented it in 1989.
I’m not going to get into all the details about it because that’s not why you’re here. This is my specialty and how I am able to get your website indexed in the searches. I have used the same method long before there were any social media and everything was all forum based on just about anything information you could think of could be found and is still true today.
That is when internet traffic was free and unrestricted until social media, Google, FCC to name only a few came into the game and took control and decided that we were going to play by their rules and the rest is history. Yes, the rules did clean up a lot of garbage out there but at what cost?
Anyway, I have been using the same method I have always used for 20 years with the same results and it works. Of course, if you want immediate sales as soon as your website is launched then of course you can get there quicker via using social media ads Google Adwords, and other means of advertising if you have a budget sufficient enough to support a decent ROI. Either way, you can be successful at it as long as you are consistent and it takes a lot of work to keep that kind of process running efficiently in combination with the strong performance of your website, it’s all relative.
Some think that all you have to do is put up a website and the sales will automatically flow into your sales funnel, shopping carts, online gallery, and so forth, not true…
There is no magic bullet that does this It takes hard work and experience to make this happen. A strategy is what we can discuss as part of the recorded consultation and I offer this as part of your website’s marketing strategy.
The difference between me and the others is I am an artist and I know the market and how to get there. All you have to do is supply me with the information that I need and this is easily done on your schedule which we also will discuss.
I purposely made this website for easy navigation for you and others to find what you’re looking for and with easy access. This website is not a sales page packed with ads and affiliate links and annoying little popups. I can do that with my other sites whenever I want.
I built this site for artists and creative businesses in mind and not for stuffing Google Ads and affiliate links to make a few bucks. So just take a look around and when and if your ready to talk more just fill out whatever form you feel comfortable with and let’s get on a live chat or video conference call where I can give you more information and examples of my work. Remember I’m just like you and not a typical web designer with hundreds of websites to manage in fact I’m pretty particular about who I build, manage and, promote websites for because my success depends on your success.
For more about this
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