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4 Steps to Determine ROI for Search Engine Optimization

Is using an SEO company really worth the money?  Well, there is a great way to decide this age old question.  It is called doing an ROI (return on investment) analysis of your SEO investment or potential investment. The parts to this equation are quite simple: Search volume for the Keyword in question The Click-through Rate (CTR) from the SERPs Your Site conversion rate Average customer value or average order value If you know these values, you can determine if your SEO Online Marketing efforts are making you money or loosing you money. Search Volume Use a tool like Google’s Keyword Tool or Wordtracker to pull in the ...

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    Plagiarism on the internet is not a blameless or harmless crime.  It can really hurt your online credibility and your search engine rankings.  Each duplicate piece of content can have a negative affect on your search engine ranking.  Google particularly watches the web for duplicate content and uses it in their algorithm for determining your [...]

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