Why do you have to optimise your web pages?
If you do not optimise your web pages, then they won't get high rankings on Google and other search engines.
- Your customers are on the Internet and they have money. People spend billions of dollars online. These people could be your customers.
- Your customers use search engines. Most Internet users find new websites through search engines. SEO makes sure that customers find your website instead of the sites of your competitors.
- Search engine users are some of the most qualified and motivated visitors that your website can have. They have taken the initiative to hunt for online resources on a certain topic, and then they clicked your link to learn more.
Not all websites can have high rankings
There are billions of web pages on the Internet. It's obvious that not all of them can be listed on the first results page on Google. Search engines only list web pages that they find relevant to a special keyword. You must make sure that your website is such a site.
If search engines cannot find out that your website is about fishing equipment, they cannot give your website high rankings for that keyword. The process of changing your web pages so that search engines find them relevant is called search engine optimisation (SEO).
Your website should appear on the first results page
Most searchers (75%) never look further than page one.
Usability expert Jakob Nielsen points out: "Users almost never look beyond the second page of search results."Danny Sullivan, Search Engine Marketing Columnist, puts it this way: "Being listed 11 or beyond means that many people may miss your website."
For that reason, search engine optimisation is crucial if you want to be successful with your website. WebBee makes search engine optimisation as easy as possible.
Our services also include:
- Ranking Monitor report
Website visitor analytics
Weekly website audit
Backlink analysis of the domain
Link manager overview
Social media metrics of the domain