Free Video Reveals The Truth About Digital Marketing Today & How Nothing Matters But Getting You New Clients & Customers
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We make this happen by executing targeted digital marketing campaigns for growth-minded entrepreneurs and business owners looking to get to the next level.
We only work with action-takers, who are ready to dominate online and that’s why we are Denver’s Premier SEO & Digital Marketing Team.
Don’t listen to us – Our clients say it better than we ever could.
We have a ton of reviews, but this is the one we are the most proud of!
Read below and you’ll know why.
Who Are We?
Targeted Laser SEO is a New Orleans SEO company. We’ve been running successful SEO marketing campaigns over 10 years now, and have helped dozens and dozens of businesses increase their SEO and consequently BOOST business.
We integrate beautiful web design and a hyperlocal marketing strategies to quickly and effectively increase your SEO.
If you don’t believe us, you can take a look at some of our case studies by clicking the “Case Studies” tab at the top of the page.
Or simply give us a call – we’ll be happy to chat during a free consultation.
Why do you need SEO?
This will make more sense through a story.
Let’s say you’re a luxury real estate agent in New Orleans.
Stay with me. This will all make sense in a minute.
Now let’s say Martha is moving to New Orleans. And Martha, as the newly hired CEO of a large company in New Orleans, has a lot of money to spend.
What is Martha going to do to try to find her new home?
If she’s anything like how 95% of Americans operate, than she’ll pull out her smartphone in between business meetings and type in “luxury real estate in New Orleans.”
And here’s the most important part of this story:
When she types that into Google, your real estate business doesn’t show up.
Your top 3 competitors show up at the top.
And then Martha ends up buying a $2.5 million dollar home from one of your competitors.
And at an average 3% commission rate, you just missed out on $75,000 because your SEO wasn’t optimized.
I know for most small business owners it’s not going to be that costly.
But if you’re not found on local mobile searches because your SEO is lacking, then you are probably missing out on TONS of business.
And all that business is going to your competitors whose SEO is more optimized than yours.
If you’re not capitalizing on the hundreds (or potentially thousands) of the locals (like Martha) that are searching on Google for your industry, then you’re REALLY missing out.
Winning with your New Orleans Local SEO starts with your website.
Do you have a horrible website?
You may not think your website is horrible. But if it has low traffic and isn’t constantly generating leads and converting potential customers into sales, then it’s not doing its job.
Here’s what I mean by making sales:
Even if you’re not selling anything online your website should encourage people to take action. Whether that’s making a phone call or signing up for a newsletter, your website needs to converting people to take some sort of action.
And those conversions should lead into a proper sales funnel that ultimately leads to a sale.
So is your website doing these things?
Is it capturing leads, constantly increasing in traffic, having high engagement, and helping you increase your revenue?
If not, then your SEO campaign will begin with your website.
Your first task would be to redesign your website so that it’s beautifully designed, value-adding, keyword optimized site.
How do you optimize your website to increase your SEO?
Mobile digital marketing will almost instantly boost your search influence.
But what does mobile advertising have to do with your website? And what does it have to do with SEO?
Google recently switched its algorithm so that it’s a “Mobile First Index.”
This means that Google now looks at your mobile site as the primary site over your desktop version.
Actually let me backup real quick:
Over half of small business out there don’t even have a website!
You probably don’t believe me. I didn’t believe that statistic when I first saw it.
You can take a look at this article to see for yourself.
So if you don’t have a website, go read some articles and watch some videos on how to do that. That’s your number one priority.
If you already have a website…
Here are three tactics you can implement this week to optimize your website’s SEO
1. Your site should be simple and clean.
Having a simple and clean website will most likely help it load faster, which is a major component of SEO.
Don’t have a million tabs. Don’t overcomplicate things.
If folks don’t know what they’re supposed to do when they get to your website, then you’ve got a problem.
The problem is:
If people don’t know what to do on your site, then they’ll leave.
And with a short dwell time (how long people stay on your site) and a high bounce rate (the percentage of people that leave your site after viewing just one page), your SEO will be pretty bad…
So what should your site have?
2. Clearly let people know how you can help them and have a strong call-to-action
Your call-to-action and clearly defined statement on how you can help your audience needs to be above the fold.
What does above the fold mean?
When somebody comes to your website, whatever he or she can see without scrolling down the page or clicking any navigation buttons is considered “above the fold”
So, when somebody comes to your site they should know how they can benefit from your product or service within the first 5 seconds of viewing your website.
Yes, it should be that fast.
You need to be honest with yourself. People really don’t care about you and your business.
People really only care how you and your business can help them or solve their problem. So the theme of “how can my business help my customer?” should be clear throughout the site.
Now that folks know how they can benefit from your business, you need to strategically add a call-to-action button above the fold.
The call-to-action will depend on your business.
If you’re actually selling something online, it’ll be a “buy now” button.
If you’re trying to generate leads, it may be a free guide or free consultation.
But whatever your call-to-action is, it needs to be above the fold.
3. Your site should load quickly.
You could have the most beautiful site in the world that has an extremely high conversion rate, but if it loads slowly then most people won’t even see it…
Nowadays, if your website takes longer than 3 seconds to load then over 40% of people will leave.
And when they leave, where do you think they’ll go?
Yep, they’ll go back to Google and go straight to your competitor’s site. And if your competitor’s site loads quickly, then there’s a good chance that person will buy from your competitor.
Simply having website that slowly could be costing you tons of money…
If you don’t do these three things from above, your SEO will suffer.
Let’s say you do implement those strategies from above?
There’s a good chance your SEO will start organically increasing.
But there are many more strategies you can use to increase your SEO.
Want to learn more of those strategies to increase your SEO?
Just give us a call for your free consultation.
I’ve also added the answers to a couple of common questions that small business owners have about SEO.
Q: How long does it take for SEO to produce results?
A: It’s impossible for me to say without seeing your business and where your SEO is currently at.
So the best thing I can do is give you a generic answer:
From what we’ve seen, it’ll take around 4 to 6 months before you start seeing SEO results.
Q: How much does it cost to hire an SEO firm?
A: SEO pricing depends on what you’re paying for.
I know my last answer was also “it depends.” But that’s how the SEO world works.
If you’re paying for an expert, who has proven himself or herself with successful SEO campaigns in the past, then you’ll pay between $500 and $3,000 per month, or between $80 and $200 an hour.
You’ve got to understand this, though:
You’re not paying for SEO directly. You’re paying for knowledge and expertise of the SEO consultant you hire…