When people think of online searches, they inevitably think of Google. The company has made such a name for itself over the years that its name has now become a verb. Curious about something? Google it. With a reputation that grand, the company certainly has some high standards of living up to the modern world.
Search engine optimization, or SEO, “is the process of getting traffic from the “free,” “organic,” “editorial,” or “natural” search results on search engines.” This tactic involves creativity, research, and above all else, patience. As SEO continues to grow and search engine algorithms evolve, SEO scammers continue to reach out to businesses promising “fast results and number one rankings.”
The internet reaches more than half of the world’s population, making it one of the most important channels for reaching your audience. To reach your senior living audience effectively, it is essential to understand how to make your content readily available to them.
For many years, the goal of any website and SEO strategy was to rank number one in search results. Being number one inherently meant more traffic, more clicks, more conversions. While being number one in search results is still a solid goal, your SEO ranking and position should not be the defining factor of your senior living, SEO strategy.
You can tell a lot about a business by its storefront. Your website is your virtual storefront; a chance for your potential residents and their family members to learn about your senior living community – what you offer, where you are located, and what makes you different.