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If you rely on Google’s traffic as the main source to attract new customers to your business, it is very likely that you have faced the consequences – both good and bad – of the fact that SEO is always changing.
Here’s an Infographic with 72 Stats so you can Understand SEO in 2018.

A domain name is the web address people click on when they want to visit your website. You need to choose your domain name before you begin building your website.

Your domain should be easy to remember, tell your customers what your website is about, be inviting, and get the customer excited about visiting your website, as well as be related to the name of your business or niche.

It’s also a good idea to include keywords that help users understand what services your business provides. For example, if you own a small business called “The Comic Book Store,” choosing the domain name ComicBookStore.com meets all five of these criteria. Read more

Search Engine Optimization, or SEO for short, is a phrase that describes how you make websites more appealing to Google and other search engines.

The more useful Google thinks your page will be to its users, the higher it will rank your page on the Search Engine Results Page (SERP) for your niche’s keywords.

If your website is ranked on the first page–or even in the number one spot–more users will click on your website than on any of the other pages. This can mean the difference between success and failure. Read more