One of the most challenging aspects of SEO is helping clients understand what SEO actually is, as a service. When I meet with prospective clients, they typically understand that SEO has to do with ranking better in search engine results, but often times they don’t know how this is done and what the implications of a well or poorly managed online presence are. One of the ways I explain our SEO service at CNP is to compare it to a landscaping service.
If you think of a company’s website in terms of a corporate asset similar to a physical “brick-and-mortar” location or branch, it’s easy to see why it would need a landscaping-like service. Even when a company builds the nicest branch/location possible, if nothing is done to maintain the building and its surrounding landscape, it will quickly turn from something that drives business to something that drives business away. Most businesses should look at their website the same way. Continue Reading