Convert First

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Make sure your site is ready to get positions before you go to the trouble of embarking on an optimization campaign.

If it’s not, you’re wasting a lot of time.

By ready, the site has to be able to turn a conversion. People that find your site need to be taking action. It could be a purchase, a request for service, just filling out a form. That’s all dependant on the business model. Whatever it may be though, make it simple, make it obvious, and make it work.

You could have a site that is chock-full of your one of a kind marketing message. If, however, you don’t convert, you don’t matter.

You’ve got to prioritize some things with a web site. Don’t bother optimizing for search before you optimize for customers.

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