At Evans Group Marketing, we are the proven choice for small business search engine marketing (SEM) for your site! We bring the search engine marketing technology used by top tier business worldwide and apply it consistently to our small business and non-profit clients. Your growth goals are our first priority at Evans Group Marketing, and we’ll be with you every step of the way. Good grammar is part of SEO which is one of the key steps used in the total small business marketing process. Your goals are our first priority, and we’ll be with you every step of the way.
Keyword research combined with good grammar sets the stage for developing our marketing efforts, as it provides us with actionable date about your potential customers and your market. We’ll find out what keywords and key phrases your real customers use and focus on providing optimized content to meet their needs using good grammar (or very intentional “bad” grammar and sometimes miss-spellings in response to the search terms used. The real key to search engine optimizations is building content and getting it indexed, and that has direct relevance to what Google users are searching for. If the search engines use bad grammar and miss-spellings, we’ll factor that in with our keyword and key phrase research to account for where/how the search engines index your content, and craft pages that work for SEO. This is the art part of SEO, and we practice it here at Evans Group Marketing on a daily basis.
Use good grammar to build page content. Bad grammar plays its part as well – so use by intent, NOT BY MISTAKE.
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Save the bad grammar for later, when you need that extra 1%-2% market penetration.
It starts with proper page construction, what is actually on the page that tells your web server how to render the pages to your visitors, and how long it takes to make your page interactive for your visitor. Page construction includes page load time, and if your pages are mobile friendly. Mobile friendly web pages have a direct effect on page ranking as Google indexing algorithms utilize a Googlebot that simulates a mobile device. Google indexes your pages both as a desktop device AND a mobile device, the combines the data to determine where your pages actually display in their search results.
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No doubt, grammar impacts page search engine optimization. Page optimization really starts with proper page construction… what is actually on the page that tells your web server how to render the pages to your visitors, and how long it takes to make your page interactive for your visitor. Page construction includes page load time, and if your pages are mobile friendly. There are many well know “tricks” that will work short-term with search engine optimization (SEO), but also incur a penalty when discovered, sometimes even an outright ban of the page and maybe even the website. Here. the best we can tell you – use good grammar and focus on real and valuable content for your website visitors.