It’s a known fact that 80% of the traffic you will be able to generate for your website would come from the search engines. People log on to the internet hoping to find some information on a matter they are interested with. They know what they’re looking for. But often, they don’t know where to go.

Lets say you write an article, like what I am doing right here. I want to gain traffic through the keyword “What is search engine optimization.” The more people read it, the more people “like” it, the more people give it a +1 and the longer people stay on this page the higher my page rank will be. The higher my page rank will be the more traffic it will generate. It’s a snowball effect. So if you really care about something and would like others to care about it as well make sure to share on Facebook or Twitter or the Google social thing(its like Google buzz but now it has circles).

seo is basically pleasing the search engines with quality content ( information on your site that will inform visitors ). The more you do it and the better it is, the higher you rank. There’s more to ranking, but that’s one of the main parts of the puzzle.

The higher your website ranks, the more link-request emails you are going to receive. It’s a law of the Internet. Let me save you some time and energy by saying you can delete 90% of these emails. Why? Because 90% of the time they are from sites looking to “feed” off your good rankings, but offering nothing in exchange.

Social media is no passing fad, and neither are tracking applications that can help customers find you, community resources where web users can discuss you, and SEO strategies that can help you raise your search engine rankings. If you’re not using these channels, you need to know that your competitors are. And if you are using them, you need to make sure you’re doing so correctly. Don’t miss an opportunity to get your business the attention and traffic it deserves.

The search engine has evolved. Back in the day the static webpage would be crawled, assessed for it’s content and relevancy and ranked for certain keywords. Now though, it has become much more complex and for the better. A bot cannot judge whether something is relevant based on just reading webcode, but people can(that is to judge whether is something is relevant. Many of us cannot read webcode). In turn the search engine crawls social camps and based on how much “buzz” there is regarding what you are doing, your page will be ranked accordingly.

In other words, your customers are already typing specific keyword phrases into search boxes in order to find your services. They are already coming to your site but you’re not there! I left Dr Bob with several tools available to choose the best keywords for a Toronto dentist.