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It is a myth that your website will convert well if you have thousands of visitors. A high traffic website does not guarantee good conversions. A user action is important for a conversion to take place like subscribing to a newsletter, downloading an E-book or a white paper, filling out a contact form, or purchasing products or services. If none of the above is happening, your website seriously needs of professional SEO Services.
Over the years, there have been incredible changes to the way business is done, with account-based marketing (ABM) having emerged as the latest trend in B2B Marketing setups in recent years. Though the concept is something new, more and more organizations are readily adopting it, for improving their sales and revenues with a target-based approach.
The notion of “fake news” has become dominant in our politics, and it’s no great surprise to see it shaping the content marketing world, too. Readers are becoming increasingly incredulous about the things they see and read on the Internet, and more vigilant to separate fact from fiction. On a civic level, this is probably a good thing. On a marketing level, it presents some challenges.
Search engine optimization remains a vital part of any digital marketing mix. However, attracting new people to your website should not the ultimate goal of your business. It’s important to take the next step by converting your organic traffic into regular visitors and paying customers. In order to figure out how make sure your SEO efforts result into high conversion rates, we invited Manuel da Costa and Conversion World to our SEMrush Chat.
Local SEO has become a powerful tool for businesses to target potential customers who are ready to buy. Optimizing a single-location business for local search is easy, but if you run a chain, increasing the visibility of each location can be a challenge. Half of local-mobile searchers are looking for business information like a local address. Here’s how to make sure people find the right information about your business, no matter which location.