Keeping up with evolution of SEO
Whatever the size, nature or scale of your business, maintaining a strong online presence can be a full-time job in itself. Without knowledge and utilisation of the right web design and online marketing techniques, your site can soon slide out of view.
According to a survey by franchisesales.co.uk, a site for people who want to buy into their own franchise business, the ‘constant evolution’ of search engine optimisation is the biggest challenge experienced by those starting an online franchise. The second biggest challenge was overcoming the vigorous competition from long established and well-known big brand names in the same sector.
How an SEO copywriter can help
Hiring an SEO copywriter or agency to create and maintain your online presence and web content can be the solution to both of these challenges. While it might seem like an added expense when getting a business or franchise off the ground, investing in SEO is a sound business strategy. In many cases it is crucial.
As well as having a knack for creating compelling on-site and off-site content that’s liked by both human users and the search engine algorithms, SEO copywriters must keep up to date with the ‘constant evolution’ of search – otherwise they wouldn’t stay in the business for long. If you’re concerned that you don’t have the time or the inclination to keep up with the latest developments then hiring someone else whose job it is to interpret the finer points of Google et al’s algorithms can provide a major boost for your business.
Evolve your website to survive and prosper
Which brings us to the second challenge – competing with the big brand names. If SEO is constantly evolving then so are the billions of websites found on the web. In a Darwinian survival of the fittest struggle for supremacy, it’s not necessarily the biggest beasts that prosper, but those that are best able to adapt. If you can successfully develop your SEO strategy to enable your website to compete with the aging dinosaurs of the web, you may well find that when the next asteroid (or Google Panda update) hits, you’re business is the one that comes out at the top of the food chain.