SEO Tool Results for Clients

by Tony on August 18, 2011

How important is acquiring new business?  For these clients it was very important.  Important enough to spend time  ensuring time and money spent on  changes they make to their websites are going to result in  increase business. Each of these  clients had used more than a few of the well publicized  seo tools out there in the past with limited success or no results.

Enter SEOtool to save the day!

Following  will simply be graphics from 2 of our clients  detailing increases in rankings and traffic after they began utilizing our SEOtool.   I could fill up pages and pages with this type of information, but for now here are 2.

I think it will be fairly obvious WHEN they began using our SEO tool and also what the  positive takeaway for our clients has been.

Example Client 1 Increase in total rankings:

increase in keywords ranked due to seo tool

The Same same client above  also enjoyed this  Increase in Traffic as a result of the above increases in search phrase rankings:

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And the 2nd Client Example :

 

Increase in total number of organic search rankings after utilizing our SEO tool.

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And This Client (as do all SEOool clients) enjoyed the increased benefits of these rankings in the form of Increases in Traffic

These are just 2 clients of many that have all used SEOtool in the manner described in my previous post about the how to use SEOtool to realize the full potential of your website.

How it happened was pretty straightforward.  SEOtool Runs and shows the website owner what they need to change. The changes were made and more rankings were secured and thus rankings and  buying and revenue generating traffic increase.

SEOtool makes it easy.  Our clients know what to change, when to change, and how to change to achieve  revenue driving results.

 

Next up: Evaluating some E-Commerce Sites running Popular E- Commerce Platforms, How SEO Friendly is your E-Commerce Platform?

 

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SEOtool will open up the gate and let those buyers find your website so they are able to spend money with your company.

SEO tool enables online businesses to do the following:

  1. Increase existing search engine  rankings plus
  2. Increase the number or total volume of keywords in the first 2 pages of Google and Bing/Yahoo! resulting in
  3. Substantial Increases In Traffic and Sales for your business

I wouldn’t blame you for thinking to yourself: “I’ve heard that before” or “That sounds great but I know its not that easy.” Actually it is JUST THAT EASY with SEOtool. SEOtool bores deep into any website and then pulls out and lists,  in an easy to understand manner, nearly every technical roadblock that your site has put up in front of the search engines.

*This is important*

These roadblocks are what potentially  stand between your company  and your  goal of  taking advantage of the tremendous amount of targeted buying traffic  generated every day by people looking for your products or services.  I guarantee  your company is  missing substantial amounts of business because your site is simply not as well optimized as your competition.

To say it another way: Your own site is probably blocking new customers from buying from you.

Our Solution is SEOtool

How to use  SEO tool in a few quick steps.

  1. Create an SEOtool Account
  2. Add a website to your account to analyze
  3. Click Run Analysis
  4. Click View Report to Open the Report Console

Easy Right?  So far so good.  Now for the fun part!

Follow these steps

1. After Opening the Report  pick an issue, any issue to work on first.   Many people simply start with things they know they can easily fix.  So in this  example we will look at the issue Missing H1 tags. (There are many more but this is one we can address quickly)

2.Click on that issue (whatever it is)  and get a view that shows every URL with that issue, or download  list of pages or URLS  that are effected by that negative issue.

3. Using the generated list of pages in the report  as a guideline and the solutions provided within SEO tool for your problem issue,    You are now empowered with a powerful  project management list to begin working on.   Create H1 Tags for the effected pages and get them uploaded to your site.

This is just a basic example how to utilize SEOtool to  implement a  solution that can have very positive effect on search rankings thereby increasing your sales or leads.

SEOtool uncovers  nearly all of  your site’s on page  technical issues and lays them out for you to take action on, but the basic principle is always the same.  Run report, View problem areas and fix them.

We do webinars by invite only  a few times a month for people to get a more detailed look at the SEO tool and all it can provide to website owners.  Contact us for an invite.

Next Article:Examples of  Client Results with SEOtool

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