So you've launched your beautiful website and now...crickets.
Part of the problem could be that your website is not getting found organically on Google.
While Squarespace already does a lot behind the scenes to optimize your website, there's a lot more that needs to be done on your end in order for your site to rank higher on search engines.
If you've never studied SEO, this stuff can give you a headache the size of Texas.
But you don't need to go there. Stop stressing and say no to overwhelm.
I can help!
Introducing the SEO Pro Service...
Outside of the basic SEO that Squarespace provides, what you need is the SEO Pro service, which includes the following:
- Research of top keywords & phrases for your industry (which you can use throughout your blog posts to improve your site's visibility)
- Optimized site title and description
- Optimized titles and descriptions on all individual pages
- Keyword input on all images
- Custom 404 error page
- Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools indexing
Total Investment: $350
Confused by what all of this means?
Simply put, your website without the SEO Pro service will not score very high on search engines. Meaning, chances of it getting found organically are very slim. Say you're a yoga teacher and someone is searching for one on Google. The search results will populate but your site will not come up. That's because Google gives priority to those who've done their work and properly optimized their site. So the only way people will come to your website is if you actually give them your web address.
However, with the SEO Pro service, your website has much higher chances of coming up higher on those search results. So you'll get a lot more organic visitors to your site, giving you more opportunities to convert browsers into buyers.
It means your website can potentially make you money while you sleep!
***Please keep in mind that results will not happen overnight. Inputting all of the above actions in this service will be like setting up the right foundation for your site. You'll also receive from me a list of researched keywords related to your industry. The more you use these keywords in your regularly published blog posts, the more reasons you'll give for Google to prioritize your site in search engines.