You’d love to get more customers from Google, right?
Of course you would.
Billions of searches happen on Google every day, and some of those relate to your product or service. If you could just drive some of those searchers to your website, you could potentially convert at least some of them into customers.
Optimizing your website to make it rank higher in Google’s search results is called SEO or search engine optimization. The objective of SEO is to make your website super attractive to Google’s web crawling robots and convince them to show searchers your website before showing them your competitors.
Google primarily focuses on a few elements when deciding how to rank websites. The top 2 are Content and Links — which we will cover in detail later on in this tutorial series.
In this video we’re going to discuss On-Page SEO, which includes things that are in the code and content of your actual web page that you can relatively easily change.
These small changes can result in a noticeable change in your Google ranking and visibility.
So watch this brief video tutorial that’s packed with actionable tips you can implement right now.
When you’re done, fill out the form below to get the other videos in this series or to let us know that you’d like some help in getting your website to rank higher in Google.