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Have you built a beautiful website, published amazing content, but you’re still not getting any visitors? First of all, don’t worry, as our team at Big Red SEO will tell you, you are definitely not alone. To boost your traffic, you should take steps to increase the amount of organic search traffic that your website is receiving. Advertising can help you to bring more visitors to your site; however, that will come at a cost.
Direct, social, paid and organic traffic are the main labels used to identify visitors to a website. Direct traffic refers to visitors who type a website’s URL directly into their browser. Social traffic are visitors that come through a link on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. Paid traffic comes from PPC or other ads, while organic traffic refers to visitors who search Google and then click through one of the results.
At Big Red SEO, we’re often asked by potential clients whether they should invest in PPC or Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to help attract new
We here at Big Red SEO have talked a lot about making sure you’re optimizing your AdWords campaigns for the greatest odds of increased traffic
You may think search engine optimization is all about getting your business higher rankings in search engines, and while that’s a big part of what
We here at Big Red SEO in Omaha are all about debunking popular search engine optimization myths, and one of the most pervasive we’ve seen
If you’re looking to learn more about optimizing your company’s Google AdWords account, or if you’re looking to start a Google AdWords account, this article
Imagine your Google AdWords campaign as a house. Is it mapped out correctly, with floors and stairs and doors and windows all logically placed to