4 Things You to Remember about Search Engine Marketing

Posted by Isaac jacobs, on Nov, 2015

First foray into the complex world of SEO? Know what you’re getting into. Here are a few things, with insights taken from Entrepreneur, that you need to remember:

1. It takes a long time. Search Engine Marketing efforts dedicated to growing organic traffic aren’t going to succeed on the first try. Or the second. Maybe not even on the third. It’s an ongoing process and you’re always refining something, you’re always adjusting your site, trying to look for the design and navigation that gives your customers the best user experience. So you’ll need to be committed. You’ll need to have vision to see through the current host of problems and into what the site and consumer dynamics will be like, if and when you and your SEO team succeeds.

2. It costs plenty. Organic SEO is all about building long-term success in way that’s natural, that isn’t forced or paid. That means it needs a lot of work, assistance and hands to make it happen. So make sure you’re ready to commit to all that. If you’re not going to stick to a long-term, preferring fast results, then organic SEO might not be the best strategy for you.

3. Your site changes—a lot. Because search engine marketing is always dependent on Google’s algorithms. One day, your product pages are soaring and the next, they could be in the dumps. That’s why SEO is a never-ending process. You’re bound to learn something new every time you revise your site. And that something new is almost always tied to how you’ll provide customers with a better/product or shopping experience.

4. It’s not easy to automate—if at all. If you’re looking for a template or an easy way to learn everything and you came to SEO, thinking you could automate the whole process to give you the traffic and rankings you need, you’re  bound for some abject disappointment. Search marketing can’t be automated. It’s a constant, on-going process. You’ve got to adjust it, monitor its behavior and analyze its results. If you don’t, then you’re not seeing what’s wrong. You might just be wasting your resources on a blog and a site that few ever read, much less visit.

These are just 4 things you’ll need to know when you add search engine optimization into your marketing plans. Make sure to keep these concepts in mind. And with so many resources available online, it’ll be easy to find a marketing company to handle these for you.

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