SEO & SEM

SEO & SEM:

See how the world of analytics helps your business


An important aspect of SEO is making your website easy for both users and search engine robots to understand.

Order Out of Chaos

Why is Search Engine Marketing important? Search engines are complex software tools that analyze and index webpages, blogs, and other forms of content. Using ever changing algorithms, they sift the content gathered, and organize the information in a fashion relevant and useful to the people who are searching. 
 
They then try to list the most valuable results highest so that their users can find them quickly and conveniently. Search engines try to create order out of the chaos of information and data on the Internet.  
 
While 70% of search engine visitors rely on organic search for their results, 30% click on these paid ads, making it the single largest revenue source of the multi-billion dollar company called Google. Another interesting metric is that 60% of all clicks on organic search go to the top 3 positions on the Search Engine Results Page making them coveted positions. You must be thinking, "So tell me how you can help me."

Analytics for Better Performance

The important factor here is that both SEO (organic and free) and PPC (paid advertising) are only as good as the website being marketed. We take a deep dive into the content and structure of your website. We clean up your website from the inside out and make it search engine friendly. 

Then we help create a structured plan to drive qualified traffic to your website. We make the people who are looking for your products and services can find you, before they find your competition. At MLCworks, we won't let your valuable information be part of the chaos, we strive to put you in front of your most lucrative customers. 

 

  • Pay Per Click
  • Programmatic & Native Ad Buying
  • IP Targeting
  • Search Engine Retargeting
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Site Retargeting
  • Display, Video, & Interactive Ads
  • Product Listing (Shopping) Ads

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