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Posts tagged: Organic Marketing

First Page placement – Only An Arms Length Away

When your website just begins to get off the ground, the thought of getting your site first page placement for even just a few keywords can sound challenging. However, it is both a lot  easier — and harder — than you might expect and that’s because there are several different ways to get that first page placement, but none of them are entirely without complexity.

Organic SEO
The first choice is your standard organic SEO marketing: you build a vast array of backlinks. You also make sure you present a natural backlink profile from a wide variety of websites, including directories, articles, blog comments, social bookmarks, and more. The process takes an investment in time, not just in terms of hours, but in terms of allowing months to pass in order to convince the search engines that your site isn’t just a fad.

Organic SEO can be complicated because there are a lot of ways to screw it up. You have to know the basic process of building backlinks, but that’s just the beginning. An artificial link profile (i.e. all of your links traceable to the same IP address; all of your links appearing around the same time of day/days of week; etc.) is a surefire way to get all of your work undone in a hurry, and it’s hardly the only one. With Google’s new Panda update, you have to worry about details like how your page looks to incoming visitors as well.

Pay Per Click Marketing
Pay per click marketing — also known euphemistically as ‘sponsored placement’ — are the ads you see at the top of each SERPs page that aren’t the natural results. Every search engine has them, and anyone willing to bid on the keywords can get their site listed in them. Of course, it’s not an easy process to wrap your mind around, much less explain in a few words.

The key to doing PPC correctly is to not do it at all. If you’re going to rely on PPC marketing to get your traffic flowing to your site, just bite the bullet and hire a qualified PPC management firm. These people know the pay-per-click game inside and out, and the fees they charge are nothing compared to the money you’ll lose if you try to get into the PPC game unaided.

Simply said, first page placement is right there for you to have — but be prepared to work with the experts to get there, plain and simple.

Pay-Per-Click Vs. SEO

Pay Per Click
Using Pay Per Click rather than SEO marketing has potential of being a controversial topic. What exactly is Pay Per Click? Pay Per Click is a form of internet marketing which a web page owner pays a sum of money for their  web page to show up on the first page of popular search engine websites, such as Google. It is still in the air whether this marketing strategy is more affective than SEO marketing. Some believe that paying large amounts of money is indeed beneficial and they get what they pay for while others believe it is not worth spending such large amounts of money because consumers tend to “ignore” the ads that pops up while searching. Pay Per Click is calculated by dividing the number of clicks generated by advertisement and the actual advertising cost.

SEO Marketing
Seo Marketing is known to be a more natural and “organic” form of internet marketing. It is known to be a lot more affordable compared to Pay Per Click. Although this process is known to be a more “natural” form of marketing, some do prefer to pay more to skip the “organic placing” process and appear on the ad list on the top of the search results page. SEO is creating natural traffic patterns based on natural searches and link building. Organic SEO had one main goal, and that is to promote the natural growth of business.