The internet is full of information and webpages, but only a small part of those is seen or used frequently. The reason is that those pages contain the most relevant information for internet users – according to search engines such as Google.Read more
A bounce happens when a website visitor leaves a page without clicking further. The number of times that happens makes up the site’s bounce rate. Meaning: the ratio of total number of visits viewing only one page to the total number of visits. For instance, if 10 visitors go to a site but only 5 of them make further clicks on the page, the bounce rate for the site is 50%.Read more
Simply put, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the set of practices that helps your organization’s website achieve a higher ranking in online search engine results. However, you may ask yourself, “Why should I worry about where my business appears in the search results?”.
Consider this: 75% of the users never click past the first page of the search results for a query and 35% of all the clicks are shared by the first three organic results on the first page.Read more