In this video Bricktown SEO gives a review of optometrist okc, eye doctor okc, and the websites that return in search for these keywords. Some of the topics covered in this video include the metric system used to determine a websites position within the search results. Here, they randomly chose two websites that rank on different pages (Page 1 & Page 2) then compare the differences between these sites inside and out. Terms like Eye Doctor OKC, and Optometrist OKC Reviews, receive a considerable amount of search volume to the point that any eye doctor / optometrist in OKC should highly consider optimizing their own websites for these keywords.
In addition to Bricktown SEO’s review, Jordan from SDARR Studios joins the discussion to talk briefly about video and how it can be incorporated into your overall SEO campaign to improve ranking. Videos ranked for long-tail keywords like (eye doctor okc) – (optometrist okc reviews) – and other similar search terms provide a lot of value for a business even if their website is already visible on page 1 of Google search.
We will be releasing a series of videos that cover the basics of search engine optimization. Some of these videos will be technical in nature, and other will be more client centric with a focus on keywords similar to those used in today’s video (optometrist reviews & eye doctor okc reviews). Next weeks examples will most likely cover a different industry, but will still have an A/B comparison between two websites, their positions in search, the technical details behind those results, and common solutions that may be applied to help increase those positions if needed.
The knowledge shared in this video may be applied to any Eye Doctor OKC website, and can also be applied to the websites of optometrists in OKC. Reviews will be given in an attempt to share what we know with you and your team.
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Mobile-Friendly is a catchy term that is getting a lot of press online right now. Indeed it is very important for your website and the individual pages to be mobile friendly. But how does this affect your business? Let’s start with a few statistics to help set the stage. More than 60% of searches online are happening on mobile devices. That means only 40% of searchs are being executed from a traditional brownser on a PC. Secondly, 73% of consumers access websites from their mobile phones but only 20% are mobile friendly!!!
This is an important realization. More than half of the traffic to most websites is being generated on mobile phones!! In order to keep up with the changes that are being implemented by Google, your website needs to be mobile-friendly. Don’t miss out on 50% of the revenue generated by searches for your keywords for something so simple.
So how does this actually have an effect on you? On April 21st, 2015 Google will bring down the axe on mobile searches. There are basically two independant sets of search results for keywords. The first is for desktop, the traditional search result platform. The second is the mobile resultset. This is the primary dataset that will be impacted come April 21st. If your website is not mobile friendly, even if it is a great match for the keyword, it will not show up before mobile friendly sites. WOW! Now Google has not specifically stated that non-mobile results will be changed. We believe they will absolutely be impacted.
For those who don’t know how Google works, let’s take a quick detour. Google is constantly crawling websites online. They are looking for the most relevant, fastest, most acurate result for the keyword you are searching for. They will serve you up results for the search request. Lets say 100 people search for “dentist norman”. If 50 of those people live in Norman, OK and click on the 10th website listed, it will receive a higher ranking moving forward. SOOOOO, if your mobile site is receiving more traffic than your competition, it only makes sense that your desktop rankings would improve as well.
Our customers get to sit back and enjoy the results that we bring because every client of ours has a mobile-friendly site. This can come in the form of a “Responsive” site or a separate mobile website. We have other blog posts on Responsive and Mobile that you can check out if you would like to read more about those. Contact us today for a FREEOklahoma City SEOanalysis.
It is amazing how many times when I talk to local businesses that they tell me they don’t have the time or resources to make an impression online…
Your business can not ignore the power of the internet. Whether you are a carpenter or an online marketer the internet is powerful for everyone. At a minimum your local business needs to make sure they have their online citations setup properly.
A citation is a listing of your business name, address, and phone number. They need to match 100% every single time. When they do not match, Google in particular does not give you credit for the mismatch. Citations that are 100% identical gives you more authority to rank higher.
Secondly, a local business needs to make sure their Google, Apple Maps listing, Yelp, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Youtube, …. are all matching citations and pointing back to their website. Any discrepancy here devalues your data for your company.
A client of mine who was unsure of the power of Google and the internet in general reluctantly allowed me to bring their business online. The difference it has made is amazing. They are so very happy for the volume of phone calls and the placement that they are receiving. It has transformed their business and now they are trying to figure out the right way to grow.
If you are confused or concerned with your online presence or just don’t know where to get started, give us a shout! We can help you navigate the inter-webs and transform the whole process. Call us today!