Did you know that, before search engine users visit a specific Web site, they already have made four separate and distinct choices:
Choice number one: They choose to use the Internet to find a specific product or service, to research an issue of interest to them or solve a problem, as much in their professional careers as in their personal lives.
Choice number two: They choose one of the five to six major search engines on the Internet to launch their search, the most popular by far being Google.
Choice number three: They choose a particular keyword or phrase as the basis of their search, trying to narrow it down as best they can.
Choice number four: They discriminate among the first ten search results on the same, first page. Then they take their final decision as to which web site (or company) will get their business.
These are your ultimate targeted site visitors. These web visitors are already fifty to sixty percent of the way toward reaching a final buying decision as a result of having taken the initiative to use a good search engine to investigate or research a specific product or service.
This is exactly the visitor that you want to attract to your web site. These are real, serious buyers.
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Did you know that, after investing thousands, sometimes hundred of thousands of dollars developing a Web site, businesses often discover that the site is invisible in the major search engines. Failing to take your Web site's search engine and directory visibility into consideration when making site development decisions is an untimely and very expensive mistake.
As a direct consequence, companies must either reinvest in a post-launch redesign of their site, or accept the extremely limited results that they will achieve with their site, if any.
By recognizing both the importance and the need of search engine optimization in the development of your Web site, you hold a significant advantage over your competition.
Users of Internet search engines are on a "mission" to solve a "problem." How quickly they are able to find an answer to their problem is directly related to customer satisfaction. How quickly they are able to find your website, if they are searching for you by name, is directly related to their opinion of your brand.
Where and if your website places itself in a priority position on top of the SERP's (Search Engine Results Pages) is entirely up to your site's optimization features, or lack thereof. So a lifetime relationship with your brand is very literally at stake every time someone conducts a query via a search engine.
Divide and conquer
Did you know that, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be a very controversial and hotly disputed subject and is actually a discipline finding itself in a constant state of movement. Major search engines such as Yahoo!, Google, AltaVista and the others are relentlessly changing their search engine ranking algorithms and related criteria on which they determine what factors they consider important for delivering the most relevant results to user search queries.
Search engine optimization and positioning is an art as well as a science. These criteria's have an extremely powerful influence on your search engine rankings.
What's more, partnerships change, new search properties emerge, mergers or buyouts happen and others disappear altogether. All of these changes can directly impact your search engine rankings.
Fortunately, there are a number of helpful resources where you can learn more about increasing and maintaining your website's search engine rankings and keep up-to-date on the latest trends and changes in the search engine industry.
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