Jun 22, 2021 10:21 AM - edited Aug 12, 2021 11:21 AM
By setting goals and putting numbers to those goals, you'll be able to figure out whether your SEO efforts are actually paying off. Many businesses will simply say, "We want to rank #1 for this keyword," but that isn't quite enough.
Keeping this in mind, what are the goals for your website?
Share your primary SEO goal in the comments below!
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Luckily for most websites builders like WordPress, Squarespace & Wix-they have options to optimize UI's on mobile too. I would suggest creating the mobile version first because majority of search is done on phone. 😊
I would like to see a bump in local traffic to all of our websites. I work for a municipality and a lot of our citizens dont seem to utilize our web resources as much as i would like them to. One reason i can think of for this is that when they search for certain things in google our site doesnt populate among the ranked results.
We also sit on Route 66 and our tourism traffic could use a boost in organic connections as well. I would like for our site to rank pretty high on the list when someone searches for "route 66" or "route 66 illinois".