Interaria is a modern SEO company that takes a 360 degree approach to SEO with a results driven systematic methodology. We continuously monitor changes in the SEO landscape.
Interaria provides SEO services in monthly cycles, thoroughly mapping, documenting and reporting the progress made toward the goals set for the SEO project. Because search engine ranking results can shift around during the optimization time, our SEO team recommends that the project in total should take at least 30 days, and ideally for the optimal results SEO cycles should be an ongoing process as long as the client wants to maintain and compete for good search engine ranking results.
We work to measurably improve the client’s absolute SERP and relative SERP measured against the client’s most significant competition. Our methods include metatag analysis & strategy, keyword analysis & strategy, testing website’s codes against best standards, optimizing web pages for faster loading times, following the website’s PageRank, extensive link building and directory submissions, new content publishing, and increasing the client’s social media activity. We document and report results, systematically marking the improvements in each area. Setting up the client’s Google Analytics account aids us to run detailed site traffic reports.
We not only improves a client’s SERP but also places a strong emphasis on decreasing a website’s bounce rate by implementing an engagement strategy that increases conversion rates. Call 214-909-3900 to schedule a free Dallas SEO consultation.
The number of backlinks (also referred to as inbound links or incoming links) pointing to your website and the quality of these links (determined by Google PageRank and relevancy of the site’s content to your website) plays a role in your website’s search engine page ranking results. Any efforts put towards increasing a website’s inbound link building should be carried through cautiously and authentically. Inbound listing research can take time, it can potentially cost money (such as the case of joining a paid directory or becoming a member of an exclusive business community), and moreover, it each time calls to question the authenticity of the participant – whether the person or company joining is entering the community for authentic reasons, or for purely “SEO” reasons alone.
Becoming an informant and a resource and participating to websites and social media that preferably relate to your business field and are well regarded by Google will give your company better results than blasting links to webpages that are not related to your business field or are “link farm” type of sites. The bottom line: A link from an authoritative website with a high Google PageRank is a much more valuable gem than a dozen of links form poorly ranked websites.
“Where can I list my website?” is a question we here often. Think of all the different categories / groups / fields your business could belong to:
- from the international and national level of organizations to the local community level,
- from industry related umbrella organizations to specific business field organizations,
- from general web based directories to local community directories,
- from known social media sites to new emerging social media.
Below is a draft list of various levels of interest and reference groups for mapping out options for your website listings:
General Business Level
International Business Groups and Organizations
National Business Groups and Organizations
State-based Business Groups and Organizations
Regional and city based Business Groups
Organizations and Communities
Internet Based Business Listings and Directories (such as GooglePlaces, Manta, SuperMedia)
Specific Industry Level Based on Your Business Field
International Groups and Organizations of Your Field
National Groups and Organizations of Your Field
State-based Groups and Organizations of Your Field
Regional and city based Groups, Organizations and Communities of Your Field
Vendors you do business with
Customers you are providing services to and who could feature your business on their site
Internet based Business Directories (such as Yelp)
Ownership Specific Organizations
Woman owned Business Organizations
Minority (such as based on ethnicity) Business Organizations
Owning your own blog
Leaving authentic comments to blogs that interest you
Social media sites can bring traffic to your site if you use them actively. Depending on your business field, consider the following social media sites:
We suggest that you evaluate each entity in the contexts of time, cost and authenticity.
TIME: How long does it take to find out more about any specific organization and their website? How much time does it take to get my business listed? How much time does it take to participate in social media? Is taking the time to get listed worth it?
COST: How much is a yearly membership or a subscription? What are the benefits? How does this site rank in Google? Is the cost to be listed justified?
AUTHENTICITY: Do I or does my business really want to be associated with this group? Am I interested in this organization or just contacting them to get a link to their website? Would I be participating with an authentic voice? Do I have anything to contribute? Am I interested in interacting with fellow members? Am I interested in creating real and unique content in social media?
Upon regarding that the time, cost and authenticity components each show green light, go ahead and participate and increase your company’s online and social media presence.
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