Using the Right Keywords is crucial for Internet Success
If your business has a website, you probably know how important it is for people to visit your site and use it to purchase the goods or services your business provides. What you may not fully appreciate, however, is how important it is to use the right keywords in your website’s content. Using the right keywords is a critical part of your company’s online marketing efforts, including building your brand’s identity.
Even if you are completely satisfied with your site’s content, it still may not include the keywords necessary to increase the number of people who visit your website and purchase your goods and services, your site’s traffic, in other words. It’s vital that you avoid liking your content so much that you neglect to incorporate the words and phrases that will increase your bottom line. Most of us have a favorite quote, for instance, but putting our preferred quips on our websites isn’t going to drive more potential clients to visit our sites, after all.
Of course, no one can be expected to use the keywords that are most likely to increase their site’s traffic if they don’t know how to identify the keywords in the first place. Marketing companies like Visual Artistics can help you figure out which keywords will lead visitors to your website. In fact, Visual Artistics can help you pick a domain name for your business that is based on keywords relevant to your particular industry or brand.
If paying someone to find keywords just isn’t in your budget right now, there are many resources online, both free and fee-based, that can help you identify keywords to help increase the traffic your site attracts including:
In essence, there are three types of keywords you should consider using in your website’s content. You’ll need to use certain words that are relevant to the industry you are competing in, for instance. These industry-specific words will help potential clients find your business based on what it does, but they will not distinguish your website from those set up by businesses competing in the same field. These words will simply help ensure your website is listed among the thousands that a search engine pulls up before the eyes of people needing the services offered by companies in your industry.
To be included on more refined lists generated by search engines, you’ll need to include keywords that are often referred to as being “long-tail.” Long-tail keywords typically include a minimum of two or three words and help a client find your business on the internet based on the specific products your business offers.
For instance, if someone was searching for information about marketing companies online, Visual Artistics would appear somewhere on a long list of results if the person only typed in the industry-specific words “marketing companies” to begin his or her search. If the person typed in a long-tail keyword such as “marketing companies, web hosting” instead, Visual Artistics would appear on a much shorter list of companies based on one of the specific services Visual Artistics provides as a marketing company.
Finally, you may want to consider developing keywords that will eventually become synonymous with your brand, the same way the brand name, “Kleenex,” is used to refer to any type of tissue and, “Xerox,” usually refers to the act of making copies on any type of machine. Keywords that relate specifically to your unique brand are not likely to increase your site’s traffic in the immediate term, however, or even in the next few years. It will take time for them to be recognized by both potential clients and search engines, but when they ultimately are, they will be directly associated with your goods and services.
If you are interested in creating keywords that will lead traffic directly to your site, consider contacting Visual Artistics to help you. They are experts at establishing their clients respective brand identities and can help you identify the exact phrases and words that will become recognized as intimately linked to your brand, and your brand alone.Tags: AdWords, Keywords, Search Engines, Web search engine
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