Google, Yahoo and Bing are all search engines. They display sites they believe to be relevant to your search. Each search engine uses a number of factors to decide which websites are displayed first. Chrisorah specializes in how these methods work. Enter SEO… Search Engine Optimization or what we commonly refer to as “SEO” for short, is a series of edits and tweaks done to your website in order to bring you higher up on search engine listings. If your website traffic is low or you find your competitors are coming up first, chances are your SEO is either setup incorrectly or isn’t done at all.
You might be wondering, how does search work in anyway? Well the video to the right explains just that. This quick and simple video shows you what happens when you type something into a search engine, more specifically Google. Arguably one of the most powerful search engines available on the Internet.
Our SEO process helps ensure your website is listed as high as possible. After all, you can have the most beautiful website in the world but it doesn’t do you much good if nobody can locate it.
The most important thing to understand about SEO is that it takes time and patience. Unlike scripting or developing (where we can add more staff if required) we’re at the whim of search engine algorithms. Websites come and go, Google knows this, as such your site must have an established long term presence before becoming a top ranking website. We typically see results in as early as 2-3 months most projects can take upwards of 6 months. Chrisorah offers different options, perhaps you want a short term boost or maybe you’re looking for long term solid search engine rankings. Whatever the case is, we’re ready to take on your website and give it the traffic it deserves. High traffic leads to more sales and SEO generally pays for itself. We welcome you to contact us and share your budget and goals. We’ll create a package that fits your particular needs.
Not ready to get started just yet? No problem, we’re still more than happy to answer any questions you may have.