Multimedia is one of the greatest opportunities in Web marketing. However, it’s important to remember that when optimizing on-site content, this includes video and image content and not just text. Video optimization in particular is increasingly important as a brand-building tool. Best of all, video content potentially could find its way into search engine results pages as well.
With the growth of online video, business owners are increasingly embracing YouTube and other online video platforms. In fact, comScore estimated that internet users in the US in the month of March viewed 14.5 billion videos on the Web! That’s an incredible statistic that shows the awesome power and demand of video content. It also may highlight the ease of putting video content online. In making it easier to find success with your online videos, let’s look at a few tips for video optimization.
When developing the video, or deciding on where to place it, consider relevancy of its content. The best online videos are those that provide value to those who view it. Videos that don’t provide any helpful information, don’t relate to the content on your website, or are simply old videos, usually are not able to gain impressive views.
Giving your video a title is probably the single most important video optimization tip. The title should be both descriptive and enticing to get people to view it. But the video titles can also be infused with important keywords to help optimize the video for search engines.
Tagging is another way to help people find your video content. Tags are used by numerous websites such as YouTube to categorize videos and they make it easier for viewers to find specific content via search queries. You should only use several keywords, no more than a half dozen. The keywords should also include keywords to aid SEO.
Naming video and image content is very important. The filenames you choose also play an important role in optimization, and should include a format that is easy to read by a human, while also being descriptive of the content.
Much of search engine optimization revolves around text, which is precisely why a text transcript should also be considered. Many video and slideshow websites feature the ability to upload text to accompany your multimedia content. Adding a text transcript on your own website will also be advantageous for YouTube SEO.While not all video sites enable this function, at the very least you’re able to provide a brief description of your content. Again, the description should accurately describe your content, be enticing like an advertisement for your video, and it should also include helpful keywords that users may use to find the video.
Video content is a social media tool, and as such can be helpful in link building efforts. Video should be engaging, entertaining, and/or informative, if you want others to link to it. Getting links from various social media outlets translates in more potential viewers.
Some videos are so entertaining or informative that they could go viral. What this means is that communities within social media sites begin to share it with friends and recommend it in such a way that the video is passed from user to user. Again this means more eyeballs are on your video content, and it also could lead to more links pointing to your content. Don’t forget to provide proper branding or contact information on your content to ensure you won’t miss out on any leads!
Providing quality content is the key to success with Web users and search engines alike. But understanding the way content is structured and how a search engine might crawl it is also important to consider. Let’s explore some important tips on site architecture and SEO.
Organize Your Content in the Planning Stage
Sometimes the aesthetics of a new website can be intoxicating. But ultimately it’s the content that will attract, retain, and convert visitors. In the early stages of planning for a new website, plan what pages, landing pages, and specific content you’ll want to highlight. By starting this off early, you’ll find that the answering questions about your content strategy may help make design decisions a little easier. Consider how similar pages should be grouped, and how navigation will allow users to drill down into sub-pages.
Utilize Bolding for Emphasis
Bolding certain words within content can help emphasis certain parts of text as users skim through a page. Additionally, bolding can be helpful for SEO as it alerts search engines to important topics and keywords. However, avoid bolding too much – if everything is bold, then nothing is important!
Isolate Flash Whenever Possible
Although Flash is not generally “SEO-friendly,” that’s not to say it has to be avoided at all costs if you intended to be successful in the SERPs. Many high-ranking automotive websites use ample Flash. The key to succeed with heavy use of Flash, scripts, and/or images is to balance it out with rich text content that can be easily read by browsers, users, and search engine crawlers. Additionally, using alt attributes to describe Flash and image content can still be helpful in telling search engines what the content is all about.
Avoid Duplicate Content Like the Plague
Duplicate content has never and will never be a good thing when it comes to SEO. Stay away from providing duplicated, repeating, or redundant content across multiple pages. Duplicate content is typically identified when search engines index a given page, and redundancies are eliminated from the index at some point or another. Just don’t do it!
Embrace Header Tags
Once you have a nice page of text to put on your site, you’re not quite done. Organizing your content is also important for a couple reasons. Breaking up a page with H1 or H2 header tags can make the content more readable, since more readers on the Web are likely to skim.These tags can also help search engines understand the main themes of the page, thus helping in terms of SEO if keywords are present.
Unique Pages With a Call to Action
Each page should satisfy some purpose. Of course avoiding duplicate content is one way to have each page satisfy a specific objective. But pages should also educate or motivate readers.
Maintain Transparency at All Times
Hidden text or links on your website is always an SEO no-no. Sometimes the decisions to hide text or links may not be malicious, but trying to hide content from users in an attempt to appease the search engines will get you nowhere fast!
Organic search engine optimization is often seen as complicated, confusing, and complex. While SEO overall can be a complicated process, basic on-page SEO tactics have remained fairly simple and straightforward. Since our goal is to make SEO as simple as possible, without being convoluted, we outlined the top 7 basic on page SEO tactics below.
Keyword Research – Don’t begin anything without beginning with the basic keyword research. Understand who will be looking for your business, where they will be coming from, what keywords they will likely be using, and what profit centers will be most important to them.
Keywords in Title Tags – Title tags have continued to be an important ranking variable for Google and other search engines. As such, featuring keywords prominently in the title should not be ignored. Keywords can also help describe the page since they are visible from the SERPs themselves, as well as visible to users on your website.
Keyword-Rich URLs – The URL of a webpage is all too often ignored. Like the title tag, a URL is a heavily weighted on-page SEO component as it helps Google understand the content of the Web page. On a page for a Used Car Dealer Chicago, the page includes the term ‘used cars’ in the URL, helping to describe the content of the page.
H1 Header Keyword – An important area used for keywords is in a H1 header. This tag usually makes the text bold and is helpful when it features a keyword or phrase prominently. It also helps breakup content and makes it easier to read. The H1 can be an important area for keyword targeting.
Keywords Within Page Content – The expression that ‘content is king’ holds true today when it comes to SEO. Without content, search engines struggle to understand what your webpage is really about. Without content, users will likewise struggle to find value from your site.
Meta Description – OK, so meta descriptions are generally regarded by most SEOs as having little effect on rankings, especially when it comes to Google’s algorithm. That being said, the meta description should still play an important role in your content strategy. After all, it is the description that users can see and read from the SERPs, helping to influence click-through from a search result page to your website.
Inner page linking – Just as inbound links have an effect on SEO, the way in which your Web pages link to one another internally is also important.
URLs are crucial building blocks within any website. The URLs that your website uses enables users to move from one page to another, and helps to organize your site’s content into organized sections. URLs also remain important for on-site search engine optimization. Changes to URL structure can significantly impact your SEO performance, and URL content should not only mesh with information architecture and website organization, but they should also include important keywords that relate to specific pages. Whether you’re considering changing URL structure or considering a redesign, here are several areas to consider.
Generally speaking, the shorter the URL the better. Not only does it become easier for the user if the URL remains somewhat memorable and understandable, but it also should feature helpful keywords that provide a relevant description of what’s on the page without extraneous syntax or words. Keeping URL structures shorter also prevents them from being cut off if a user tries to copy and paste the URL, for example if they want to email it to a friend.
The URL structure should include descriptive keywords for several reasons. First, if the page is present in search engine result pages (SERPs) search engines often bold keywords that match a user’s query, thereby accentuating the search result and improving click-through. Additionally, concise keyword-rich URLs are also easier to work with since you can find specific pages easier, as opposed to pages that have URLs filled with unhelpful, irrelevant numbers or letters that don’t correlate to the content.
URLs may include uppercase letters, lowercase letters, or both. As a result, mixing these elements together can create unnecessary confusion. The general good practice is to use lowercase letters throughout the URLs and stick with them. If old pages are discovered that use uppercase letters apply a 301 redirect to point old pages to the appropriate new page with lowercase letters.
While debate may continue, search engines do not officially have preferences for hyphens versus underscores when it comes to separating words in URLs. Generally speaking a hyphen is considered more user-friendly, and therefore seem to be preferred by most SEOs. Stick with either of these and avoid other characters that may hinder SEO.
One of the most important factors is also one of the easiest to diverge from. Consistency in your naming conversions will help to eliminate confusion between those working on the website, but most importantly consistency will help users understand how content on your website is organized.
For those that run pay-per-click advertising campaigns, a good landing page can mean the difference between converting visitors and wasting money. Below are just a few tactics that are crucial for creating successful landing pages that will help you recoup your investment faster.
1. Tell Visitors Where They Are
It may sound obvious, but many landing pages are void of the messaging found on a corresponding advertisement. It’s best to reiterate the offer, call to action, or hook, that was used to get the user’s attention in the first place, and give it prominent placement on your landing page.
2. Content Should Convey a Singular objective
When devising the content of a landing page, a common temptation is to bombard the user with multiple promotions, services, or calls to action. Unfortunately, having a multitude of choices can confuse the visitor, and lead to greater bounce rates or drop-off rates. In this regard, consider Google’s home page as the ultimate landing page; by offering fewer choices, users are more likely to do what Google wants, which is to perform a search query.
3. The Headline Speaks Volumes
The message and the location of the headline are vital. Keep the headline relative to the objective of the page and closely related to what visitors are seeking. And remember, simple copy is almost always more effective than copy that’s overly clever.
4. Make the Call-to-Action Clear
Many landing pages involve contact or registration forms. Getting users to fill out one of these forms is no easy task, so the call to action must be clear and eye-catching to help them along. And regardless of what the form is for, don’t make it a burden on the user. Short forms like this one promoting our FREE SEO report require a minimal amount of information and aren’t daunting for the user. After all, you can always get more information later.
5. Simplify Links and Navigation
For most landing pages, links should be used sparingly and strategically. The goal of a landing page is to keep users on track toward a single objective. Again, reducing redundancy and the number of choices confronting the user will diminish confusion. But any links that help fulfill the objective of the page should certainly be included, whether it be a link to inventory, a contact us page, etc.
While these are just a few broad tactics, the best advice is to always be testing. Paying attention to what works and what doesn’t is truly the key to long-term success.
If you’re eager for even more information about converting potential customers, you might want to check out Improving Online Conversions, a new easy-to-follow mini book from Google and John Wiley Publications.
There are countless variables that SEOs must contend with in order to attain competitive rankings. Getting to number one in the search engine results pages (SERPs) doesn’t require one or two helpful tactics, but numerous tactics and a sound strategy that will help a site battle countless competitors that are actively trying to rank above you.
Start Off Right
Time and time again, SEO can easily become an afterthought and it’s often included only after a website’s design and structure has been finalized. When this happens, SEO and usability could suffer. If rankings and the user experience begins to suffer, so too will conversion rates.
Website design can often impair search engine rankings, and SEO and design should go hand in hand from the start of the development process. If titles, headings, content, navigation, and inner page linking structures are finalized before SEO comes into the process, then the design of the website becomes impaired from the start. These components are keys to SEO and usability, so they should not be discounted or considered last minute.
Don’t Rely Solely on Flash
Flash is another huge topic of debate. Flash content is often praised by clients for its ability to provide visually appealing content and animation. Unfortunately, content developed in Flash is generally not readable by search engine crawlers at this time. While too much flash could pose as a roadblock to search engine rankings, that doesn’t mean websites have to be void of flash completely. A successful website design is one that balances eye-grabbing visual components with search engine friendly HTML and text-based content. The trick is capturing the best of both worlds!
Keep It Structured
Another area that often is left to those designing the website is the URL structure. Once pages are created and named and navigation is in place, it often becomes difficult to overcome poor naming conventions. Again, it’s crucial that SEO is infused in URL structure from the beginning so that keywords can be included not only in high level pages, but also in deeper inner pages.
Embrace CSS Styling
Cascading style sheets or CSS can actually improve the SEO friendliness of a website’s design. If your website is done with tables, there’s no need to fret. But having external CSS can reduce the amount of unnecessary code on each web page of your site, thereby improving load times. This not only appeases users, but it also appeases search engine spiders since it allows spiders to crawl your website at a faster pace.
Give Images Some Attention
Images are always going to be used in some area of your website, and while search engines can’t understand the visual content within an image, that’s not to say images can’t be SEO friendly. Use ‘Alt’ tags to infuse images with textual information. By using a keyword-rich alt tag, search engines get a sense of what an image is about. In addition, other than a website’s logo, try to avoid placing text within images. Instead, use CSS to position text around an image. This will make image sizes smaller and easier to load, and it will also make that text crawlable by search engine spiders.
Search engine optimization in the automotive industry isn’t hard, which is why it surprises me how often companies choose to use shortcuts rather than to apply proven and acceptable white-hat techniques. It’s a problem that has been on the rise more in the last year than ever before. The reason for it is simple: true search engine optimization requires manual effort.
Large vendors prefer to avoid this because they feel it isn’t scalable. Smaller vendors scramble to assemble the manpower necessary to make it happen. It doesn’t have to be this way. It’s possible to perform search engine optimization at a scalable level that delivers real results for car dealers. Identifying those who can bring you the results is as easy as answering five questions.
Before we get into the questions, it’s important to note one important omission from the list. You’ll notice that I did not include, “Do they have examples of dealers ranking well for challenging keywords?” If a vendor has more than a handful of clients, they will have examples of strong rankings. It’s inevitable. There are too many poorly optimized websites out there. A list of examples of clients who rank well is something that every vendor can provide. We’ve even seen occasions where websites that we have optimized on other website platforms are used as examples by that website provider.
Here are the questions that can truly help you make an educated decision.
Is Their Solution Centered Around Unique Content?
The Google Panda update of 2011 specifically attacked websites with duplicate and/or low-quality content. The automotive industry was not terribly harmed by this as most dealers have variations of “spun” content on their sites. Relative to other websites in the same realm, most dealerships are equally harmed by the lack of truly unique content, which means that the bar is set low to achieve higher rankings.
Vendors that do the same thing may not be hurt by this type of content, but they certainly aren’t helping. Building unique content pages on a monthly basis is a differentiator that only a handful of vendors utilize. Look at examples of their website SEO. Copy the first or second paragraph of the HTML content on the page. Paste that into Google and search. If you see a lot of websites that have the same basic content but with small changes such as the dealership name and city, you’ll know that their content is not unique enough to be a differentiator.
Do They Automate the SEO Process?
All of the old tricks of the trade are dead. Google and Bing have more brainpower behind fighting blackhat SEO than all of the blackhats combined. One of the worst potential offenses that both Google and Bing despise is automated SEO content.
There is no system today in or out of the automotive industry that can fool the search engines by generating pages based on actions from a feed. In other words, if a vendor is automating page creation by “spinning” content with different cities or models, they are going to be hurt by this practice. Some dealers have learned this lesson the hard way. This type of blackhat SEO isn’t just ineffective – it’s potentially dangerous.
Does Their Keyword Strategy Meet Your Individual Needs?
The most powerful SEO in the universe is worthless if the proper keywords are not targeted. The foundation of any strong SEO service is keyword selection and maintenance. It’s not just about picking out the right keywords in the beginning. It’s about enhancing the keyword selections based upon needs, changes in the industry, and expansion of the keyword reach.
Ask potential vendors to send you their onboarding or launch questions. This document should ask you what cities, new vehicle models, and used vehicle makes are most important to your dealership. There’s no way to put together a proper keyword strategy without having an understanding of the individual dealership’s competitive landscape. Only the dealer knows this information. Any vendor can make an educated guess, but you know your competition and opportunities better than anyone.
Do They Employ Inbound Link Strategies to Enhance Rankings?
Links are not dead. Automated and low-quality links are dead. That happened in April 2012 with the Penguin update when some dealers saw their rankings drop quickly.
Google and Bing both still give a lot of weight to inbound links. The difference now is that quality greatly trumps quantity. In fact, Google is making it detrimental to have low-quality links pointing to you. Employing a content-centric link-building system is the best way to make a positive impact on your search rankings. Without links, content alone does not have the power necessary to achieve the more challenging “money keywords” that are based on your make and/or model and city. You won’t be able to rank at the top for terms like “Milwaukee Chevrolet Dealers” with content alone.
Do They Rank Well With Their Own Sites?
A great chef cooks well at home as well as at the restaurant. It’s a shame that so many claim to have the best automotive SEO available without having the ability to get their own sites ranked for terms like “automotive SEO”. How does that make any sense?
Do some searches pertaining to keywords the prospective vendor would hold important. If they are truly good at SEO, they will certainly apply their techniques on their own websites. If they can’t get their own websites ranked well, how are they supposed to help their clients reach the top. After all, “automotive SEO” is a much more challenging keyword than “Milwaukee Chevrolet Dealers”.
Again, automotive SEO isn’t hard. It requires effort, proper strategies, and the ability to keep up with the rapid changes that are happening at Google and Bing. If you aren’t completely satisfied with your rankings, it’s time to find other options. Once you have those options gathered, ask these five questions. The answers will help you determine whether they’ll be able to get you higher rankings or if they’ll have your rankings tanking.
One billion people a month view YouTube videos, watching them more than six billions hours. Your target audience is among that group.
There are two ways to take advantage of this huge supply of prospects. Add your videos to the mix and let your prospects get a look at what you can offer them. And run YouTube marketing campaigns, making use of other people’s videos to spread the word about what your business offers.
Here is a look at 6 ways YouTube videos can attract more visitors to your website and help you build brand recognition. It also includes specific ways you can improve the chances that your videos will be found.
#1. YouTube Has a Huge Reach
Did you know what the second largest search engine is, after Google? That’s right, it’s YouTube! Every minute, more than 100 hours of new video are added. Many more adults in the 18 to 34 age group watch YouTube than they do cable.
And all these people are all gathered on one website, waiting to be entertained and informed by your videos. Or by someone else’s videos that are part of your YouTube ad campaign.
#2. Use YouTube, Get Found on Google
When people search on Google, they get a search results page that lists websites, images, news, local searches, books–and video. Google doesn’t consider just text pages important. More and more often, video is making the search results page.
Useful tip: Video, just like a website, relies on search engine optimization to increase the likelihood that it will get found. Effective YouTube SEO means figuring out which keywords people are using to search, then incorporating them in a natural way in the video and descriptions.
If you’re stumped at how to do SEO for YouTube videos, do a search for “YouTube SEO best practices.” There is a wide range of useful YouTube SEO tutorial information online.
Useful tip: How can you improve your chances of getting found? Write informative, entertaining and high quality text for your website. But don’t stop there! Make a video of that same information and upload it to YouTube.
Useful tip: By linking the two, you create valuable backlinks that help your website get found when people search using Google.
#3. Become the Go-To Authority with YouTube Videos
When people see your videos on YouTube, you highlight your expertise. In people’s minds, you have greater authority and become the go-to person or website for advice and solutions to their problems.
Videos also make give you more authority in the eyes of Google. This means they give you higher ranking in the search engine results.
Useful tip: When you make a video, get it embedded on other websites. Owners are often desperate for new, quality content. If you make a good video outlining a problem, solving it, or simply entertaining visitors, they will jump at the chance to embed it in their site. Every time another website uses your YouTube video like this, it helps it rank higher in the search engine results.
#4. Get Multiple Uses Out of Your Content
Repurpose your website articles and blog posts by making short videos from them. Then upload them to your YouTube video channel. This saves you money because you are getting double exposure from the same content.
Many people prefer to watch videos over reading blog posts or website copy. When you make a video of your content, you are reaching out to a wider audience.
Useful tip: Take your blog copy and turn it into a range of other content, including videos, podcasts, infographics and PowerPoint presentations. That’s a quadruple whammy from just one piece of original content. This improves your SEO for YouTube and for your website.
#5. Increase the Size of Your Email List
Keep adding videos to your YouTube channel to grow your subscriber list. To do that, you must solve problems, educate them and entertain them. That’s what draws viewers back again and again.
Useful tip: Then make it easy for them to sign up for your email list. Embed a signup form into the video. There is software available that allows you to do this easily. The video stops temporarily while your visitor types in his contact info. When they are finished, the video starts up again.
#6. Target Your Ideal Customers
Google AdWords for YouTube makes it easy to target just the people who need your product or service. This type of advertising can pinpoint the ideal consumer, using demographics, interests and location.
You can even specific what type of devices they view the video on, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, computer or laptop. You can specify the time of day that the ad gets marketed.
This is a cost-effective method of marketing because you pay only for what is called “engaged views.” This refers to a person who watches your ad for a minimum of 30 seconds. If someone chooses to skip your ad, you don’t pay.
Useful tip: Check into “earned views,” which are free. This refers to a viewer who watches your video ad and decides to check out your YouTube channel at anytime during the next 7 days.
Useful tip: Be sure to do proper YouTube channel SEO too. Make it easy for prospects to find your channel and your videos.
In each century, people with drive and ideas want to know the building blocks of success. The counsel of the greats, from philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson to business magnate Warren Buffett, is surprisingly similar.
It all comes down to making full use of your mind, your hands, your ethics, your ability to connect and your sense of self. When you master these, you can construct a successful business, one step at a time.
Here is a closer look at the rules for happiness and prosperity, step by step:
According to Emerson, “Thoughts rule the world.” Take the time to research what your business needs and where to get it. Can you do it yourself for a reasonable investment of time and money? Or would it make more sense to outsource the tasks?
Smart business owners value their time. Instead of trying to do it all, they figure out what jobs they excel at. The rest they delegate. This is the best use of time for a businessperson who has too few hours in the day for the jobs that he needs to get done.
Another good Emerson quote is, “Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect.” Be very aware that working hard leads directly to business success. Not giving work your all leads directly to the poorhouse.
Once you decide what you want to accomplish, take positive steps to get the job done. Schedule your time wisely, and be consistent. Most importantly, show up. No slouch himself in the success department, Woody Allen famously said, “Eighty percent of success is just showing up.”
And once you do, work as if the profitability of your business life depended on it. Because it does. Don’t cut corners, give it all the energy and enthusiasm you can muster.
Warren Buffett has said many times, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that you’ll do things differently.” Treat your customers and employees like you want to be treated.
Your reputation will precede you in business dealings. Work travels fast online, on review sites and through social media. Do your best and people will keep coming back to buy from you. Treat customers badly, they will stay away in droves.
Buffett is also known for his insistence on working with others that you respect. “It’s better to hang out with people better than you. Pick out associates whose behavior is better than yours and you’ll drift in that direction.”
Partnering with the right colleagues will double your power and your reach. That’s the beauty of social media, when properly used. Leverage your online presence by teaming up with people who know how to use it.
Accept the Success
Emerson said, “Life is a journey, not a destination.” And Buffet points out that you need to “know what success really means.”
Enjoy working on your business day to day. If you don’t, you won’t be happy when you’ve accumulated a bank full of money. If you love what you do, you’ll be rich long before you have the financial statements to prove it.
Give yourself credit for reaching goals. Share your prosperity with the people you work with. Enjoy time off, you’ve earned it!
Work smart by trusting your online presence to the experienced crew at our digital marketing agency. You concentrate on what you do best, while we use our expertise to get your message out and your website found. With years of combined experience, our agency has the know-how and tools to make you visible online and to reach your target market.
We work hard across a range of platforms, using effective inbound marketing methods. It’s all about building partnerships with people who need your service. The hard sell is out.
Helpful, ethical, entertaining content is in. We can help you frame your message in an honest, appealing way that gains customer loyalty and ongoing sales.
We look forward to answering your questions and showing you how we can grow your online presence.
If you are tired of the poor results your website gives you or do not have the patience, time or budget to have SEO work carried on it you should consider leasing out a lead generation website.
A ‘rank and rent’ website is one that has already been optimized for months and already ranks on the first page of Google for related search terms in a specific industry. It is a website that is already generating online enquiries.
Such websites are owned by professional SEOs who are looking for businesses that can handle the extra work involved after lead generation.These SEOs have already done the hard work for you in getting the website to rank in the first page and you do not have to wait for SEO to start taking effect. You will enjoy the benefits of a complete SEO campaign without having a massive marketing budget that offers no instant results.
Benefits of ‘Rank and Rent Websites’
Made For Lead Generation
With the rank and rent websites you get to keep your current website. They are not meant to replace what you have already, and are simply lead generation platforms you can start taking advantage of immediately. In case your website is already ranked on the first page of Google, it will be even better for you since you now have 2 first page properties thus increasing the probability reaching you before your competitors.
Already On Page 1
All of the websites available for leasing are already on the first page of Google and are already generating enquiries. Professionals spend several months on these websites optimizing them to ensure that they rank as high as possible on Google. This means that you will never have to wait but can start to enjoy instant enquiries.
Since the websites are already ranked on the first page of Google, people already use related search terms to search and find these websites. All the websites are fully optimized and are designed to resemble real businesses and searchers are already completing enquiry forms to seek advice or request quotes.
Fully Optimized & Customized Website
All the websites available for leasing are already optimized and are already designed to convert visitors into leads. In addition, once you lease a website it will be customized by adding a logo, tagline, etc. to suit your business. Sometimes you will also have admin rights to the site for you to make any changes or post to the blog.
The SEO websites available for hire, also known as ‘rank and rent’ websites, are a life saver for those looking to enjoy the benefits of Search Engine Optimization as soon as possible. It usually takes a long time for you to enjoy the benefits of SEO no matter how good you may be, a monthly campaign is still needed. These ‘rank and rent’ websites help you to enjoy the benefits of the Google first page results without having to wait for months and investing more than couple of hundreds dollars per month.