Truth be known, there is a lot of trial and error with “Search engine optimization.”
My buddy continues to give me an education about SEO. “It’s not a destination, it’s more like an ongoing tour with stops and starts along the way.”
In the beginning of my website experience, I thought you put some keywords in your content, you list your site on major search engines, and even a few minor ones. Then you sit back and wait for all the web leads to roll in. Wrong it not that easy.
My friend speaks seven computer languages, reads a hefty 300 page computer tech book over the weekend to stay current. He knows what he is talking about. ”SEO is probably the most misunderstood piece of having a website. It might look great but what good is it, if it does not do anything for you?” Michael said.
This lack of understanding about SEO has opened the door for supposed SEO experts, who take advantage of businesses that want to optimize their sites to there fullest potential.
So before you get taken by enthusiasm to improve your site with SEO experts advice, you must get a little education first, by a real expert.
If you want to speak with my friend and now business partner Michael, you can email him at: email@example.com