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What CMS is being used? Was the site built using WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Square Space, or some other content management system and should you convert the existing site to another CMS? Certain content management systems are more user friendly and SEO in Puget Sound friendly. I am personally a huge fan of WordPress and recommend all clients use that. It is easy to modify and very easy to teach a new client. There are also times when we will convert clients within WordPress itself. Avoid templates if at all possible! They are not easily customizable and will prevent problems in the future. NEVER use drag and drop web building programs.

Get a professional SEO audit to show you what's currently working on your web site and what needs to be fixed. Most SEO agencies and some web design agencies perform these audits for a minimal fee. This will provide a great roadmap as you prioritize your next action steps.

Ranking on the search engines is very hard to guarantee, and often happens only from continuous long term efforts and hard work. It is not an instantaneous activity and the only way you can probably guarantee it to happen fast is to use black hat and highly prohibited practices. These practices will most likely lead to search engines penalizing your website by de-listing it from the search results. If such methods are used by your choice SEO Company, just to guarantee fast rankings, then you are at a high risk of losing your SEO investment, time and your business if the site is dropped from these search engines.

Meta tags: Meta tags, key words, description and titles also have a quite important role to play. They are important part of the overall success strategy. They need to be written with compelling and attractive so that they can attract the attention of the users.

Over the years the internet has experienced many changes. However, there is one thing that remains the same. Content is King. Search engines are not looking at the graphics on sites, they are looking for content. That doesn't mean that you have to do away with the graphics on your site in order to have a search engine friendly site. Content rich text and graphics can live in complete harmony on a web page. But, you must have good (great) content on your site that best describes what you want to convey to your targeted audience.

I didn't realize this was the problem immediately. In hindsight, it is obvious, but I'm not very good at computers, and didn't really have cohesive understanding of all the factors that went into making a web page succeed. If I knew then what I know now, I would have found a college student studying web design, have had them design my page for about $750, and spent the rest on search engine optimization. I seems hard to believe I know, but it is that paramount.

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