In the latest CommunicationsMatch Channel article on CommPRO.biz, CommunicationsMatch Founder & CEO Simon Erskine Locke shares persepective on three key startup or website redesign SEO lessons that are often learned the hard way.
1) Build SEO into the site design or redesign from the beginning
2) The most important rule for Content is to make it interesting and something your audience wants to read
3) Make sure URLs are aligned with content you want to promote
The article highlights the importance of engaging with experts in SEO when developing a website or redesign.
Watch the full 3 minute interview with SEO Expert Seun Ajanwachuku, Founder & CEO of GVATE who provides perspective on common mistakes companies make when it comes to SEO.
In a future post, we'll focus on what can be done to improve organic search results and the importance of a key word and content strategies to achieving business goals.
Getting SEO right from the start will save you time and money, and give you the best chance to build your business.
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