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Meta Tags Services:

Through the years meta tags within your pages has become quite the fiasco. There’s constant debate as to whether or not they are actually necessary. While we can’t debunk several myths for certain, it’s quite clear that meta tags are an important element within your website development. If you’re letting them to the waist side simply because you don’t have time, you could be hindering certain performance possibilities on your site. Again, it’s important to realize that meta tags aren’t going make a stunning change in your organic rankings, but it’s how people view your page within organic rankings that can make the difference.

While meta tags aren’t always grabbed by search engines, it’s estimated that about 80% of all meta tags across the web are used as the title and description that appears within Google search engine results. This holds especially true for blog entries. With most blogs, the top of the post contains a date, time, and author of that specific post. If you don’t have meta tags, Google grabs that and places it within your description. When Google reads meta data on a blog, it generally replaces that date and time stamp with the meta description. So why is this important?

Google loves pages that have high click through rates within their organic search results. If your meta tags are appealing enough, you can actually entice the user to click on your link. Provided that your meta tags are relevant to the content that you’ve actually posted, you’ll see an increase in your click through rates. Therefore, if your click through rate increases because of the appeal of your meta tags, then you could see a shift in your rankings on Google.

One thing we will say is that meta tags don’t have an immediate effect, especially on newer websites. Like all new sites, you need to build up some sort of positive history with Google to encourage your rankings on the website. Meta tags are strictly for the purpose of improving your overall user experience. Changing them initially will have absolutely no impact on your organic rankings.

So while you shouldn’t spend an excessive amount of time on your meta tags, it’s important to realize that, depending on what data Google and other search engines display, your meta tags could ultimately effect your click through rates, as well as your organic rankings. Taking the time to utilize your meta tags won’t make you an overnight success, but not doing so could hurt your chances of that.

SEO (Search Engine Optimization):

seo

Our search engine optimization (SEO) experts will research and identify keywords and content that search engines will use to direct clients to your website. Step 1 in the SEO process is to build your website using proper meta tags, title tags and meta descriptions that are crucial in search engine recognition. This is followed by an SEO marketing plan that is focused on user interaction, landing page expansion and quality content.

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Blog Management:

blog managment

Professional blog management and optimized content writing can be the difference between your websites success and that of your competition's. With top-of-the-industry blog development techniques. Final Web Design knows how to best utilize  and optimize your website's blog. All of our clients are provided a blog marketing plan of procedure to help increase and optimize the functionality, design and operations of your business blog.

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PPC (Price Per Click) Campaigns:

price per click

Pay-per-click (PPC) or cost-per-click (CPC) campaigns can produce the fastest return on your investment. Pay-per-click experts first research your industry, your business and your competition. We use this data to select proper keywords and ad content that will display only to your specific demographic. Our techniques will ensure that your website receives the maximum amount of relevant traffic for your given budget.

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Social Media Marketing:

social media marketing

Social media can be a powerful tool for your business's SEO, branding and increasing traffic to your website. Social Media Optimization (SMO) campaigns not only create interaction with your customers, but also improve your website's search engine visibility. Creating interaction between your social media platforms and your website will give you preferential search listings in the major search engines.

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E-mail Marketing:

email marketing

E-mail marketing is one of the best resources that an internet marketer can use in terms of customer retention. The idea is to first create a relevant list of interested followers and then send them your follow up messages, deals and promotions. The size of your list is not nearly as important as the quality of your list. Once we have obtained a quality list of potential customers, we can start getting creative by engaging your followers with special offers and appealing content.

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301 Redirects:

301 Redirect

Proper redirecting is something that far too many web developers and website owners fail to take care of during their time as a website owner. When you need to change URLs on your page or remove your content, most people just remove the old URL to handle the job. By implementing a 301 redirect on a defunct URL, you automatically push the user to a new URL that is currently working.

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Keyword Research:

Keyword Research

When considering SEO to help promote your website, you must start with a group of keywords that you’d like to target. Some keywords are either going to be very difficult to rank for or are going to be very expensive to purchase through paid search. You’ve got to use an in depth keyword research strategy to properly plan out your tactic and make sure that you get maximum rankings with as little cost as possible and as high of a conversion rate as possible.

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Keyword Optimized Content:

Keyword Optimized Content

The important thing to remember when creating content is that quality always prevails. If you focus on writing good content that actually engages the reader, you will most likely be rewarded by the search engines. We create new content or modify the existing content around the selected keywords with equal stress on readability and conversion rates. The web pages are optimized with regard to the theme of your website.

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Meta Data & Descriptions:

Meta Descriptions

Providing a meta description in the web pages allows search engines to get a brief 'summary' of the page content. Providing keyword optimized meta descriptions will provide your website the ability to describe your website to the search engines. The search engine in-turn reads this content, not visible to the users, and then matches your webpage content with relevant searches. It is important to use keywords that are relevant to what is on that particular page.

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Search Friendly URLs:

Search Friendly URLs

URLs are the strongest part of any SEO tactic. Even if you have a newer website, how you title URLs is going to play a crucial role in your organic rankings. When URLs are optimized properly you create a page that’s easy for engines to crawl, and easy for web users to understand. The search engines will reward you for this by moving you up in the organic search results.

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Title Tags:

Title Tags

Tile tags provide an effective 'title' of your web page content. The title tag is often used as a reference in search to a that pages content. A well written title tag plays a significant role in the search of your website. For example the main title of a page would recieve an "<h1>" tag letting the search engines know that it is an important sentence. The less important they are the higher number they have.

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