January 21, 2016 by Diana Bocco

4 Infographics to Help You Improve Your Website’s SEO

If you’re still unsure of what SEO can do for your website, here’s a clue: According to an article in Forbes magazine, “on some level, even audio and video searches ultimately depend on keywords the same as traditional text-based content; this link ensures the continued success of SEO techniques as long as it exists.”

4 Infographics to Help You Improve Your Website’s SEO

If SEO is still a foreign concept that leaves you scratching your head, don’t despair. Here are four great infographics to help you better understand the value of SEO and why it needs to become an essential part of your business strategy.

If you’re a beginner, An Intro to SEO is a great place to start. It shows you the What, How and Why of SEO – including the impressive difference in sales between websites that use and don’t use SEO.

Here’s a scary fact: According to Leveraging SEO For Your Online Business, “92% of users never scroll past the first page of search engine results.” Find out why mobile devices are such a huge part of SEO and why content marketing needs to become a must-do for every business owner.

If you take one thing away from What Can SEO Do For Your Business, it should be the fact that “optimized content attracts visitors and leads.” How? Click on the infographic to find out.

Finally, there’s The Periodic Table of SEO Ranking Factors. While chemistry might not be your idea of fun, trust us – this a great infographic that covers the A to Z of ranking well in Google and using SEO to improve your website’s visibility.

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