What is SEO ?
A guide to ranking well with Search Engines
Search Engine Optimisation or SEO is the simple activity of ensuring a website can be found in search engines for words and phrases relevant to what your business is offering, In many respects it’s simply quality control for websites. Having said that, if there was ever an industry that was little understood by outsiders it’s SEO.
We Won't Baffle You
Ask some Companies about SEO and they’ll try and baffle you with science and confuse you into thinking it’s a black art, Say to some Companies what is SEO and two hours later you’ll be none the wiser, Well that’s not the case at Busywebs, Our Kent based team in Thanet love explaining all the different aspects of SEO and the benefits it can bring to local businesses.
We Can Get You Listed Better On Google
Getting found for your Kent business, especially at the top in the Google search listings is a goal that every website owner wants, when you purchase one of our optimised business website packages you’ll get the full treatment and although nobody can honestly guarantee how high your listing will be our success rates are excellent and we always make the effort to get you on the top of page one for your business services.
Incorporating key features such as:
- Google Data Structure
- Rich Snippets
- XML root Sitemap
- Canonical URL’s
- Open Graph Markup
- Twitter Cards
- Google™ Analytics Tracking
- Full Site Compliance
Structured data is a system of pairing a name with a value that helps search engines categorise and index your content.
Microdata is one form of structured data that works with HTML5 you are able to provide the search engines with detailed information such business address in a readable format that is then indexed correctly with search engines, adding strength to your SEO.
Open Graph is a type of markup used by Facebook to parse out information like what image and description to display. It’s important that this information is displayed correctly to improve SEO within social media
Twitter Cards are great, you can attach pictures which convert to rich photos, videos and media experiences into Tweets, all helping to drive traffic to your website. When implemented correctly users who Tweet links to your content will have a “Card” added to the Tweet that’s visible to their followers.
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