• Search Engine Optimization

      It can be tough getting your website noticed on the Web.  Where your website appears depends on the ranking it gets on
      search engine return pages know as (SERP).

      Without SEO, you site will probably not be found. Search Engines are looking for:

    • Content: Is determined by the theme that is being given, the text on the page, and the titles and
             descriptions that are given.
    • Mobile Friendly:  This is one of the first things that is looked for when a site is crawled
             (going through the site code).  If the site is not mobile friendly, you are sure to get a lower
             ranking and the site will not be easily found.
    • Performance: How fast is your site and does it work properly?
    • Authority:  Does your site have good enough content to link to or do other authoritative sites use your
             website as a reference or cite the information that's available?
    • User Experience:  How does the site look?  Is it easy to navigate around?  Does it look safe?
              Does it have a high bounce rate?

       Good webpage content is import. Keywords are based on content, descriptions, titles. Think of it as you are the person 
       searching the web for information about your church or business, What search criteria would they enter and find content 
       in your site?

       Keyword strategy is not only important to implement on-site, but should extend to other off-site platforms, which is why
       you should also be thinking about multi-channel optimization. These multi-channel platforms include:

    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • LinkedIn
    • Email

       Being consistent with keyword phrases within these platforms will not only help your branding efforts, but also train
       users to use specific phrases you’re optimizing for.

       We will work with you to get your site registered with all of the main search engines such as Bing, Google, Yahoo and
       many more. Once submitted, it takes about 2 weeks for search engines to crawl(evaluate) the site code and rate it.
       After that your site should be easy to find. It should be near the top on the 1st page.