10 Tips to Help Your Small Business Web Presence

By Bryan Kress

If your a small business owner and are wanting to gain a large presence across the globe you know that you need to improve your online visibility. Offering another place for your customers to see your product is a great opportunity to gain valuable business, but if someone is looking for a product and doesn't know were to go how will they find you?

New business owners need to add SEO to their vocabulary. That is Search Engine Optimization, which means being visible through organic content on search engines. You can also gain visibility by advertising through keywords on certain sites like Google. Being on the first page based on your particular keywords is a necessary if you are trying to gain web traffic.

How can you make your site more efficient when it comes to SEO? 10 tips for small business owners to optimize their site

1. Build keywords into the title of each one of your pages, don't put welcome to...
2. Make sure you have meta tags on each one of your pages.

3. Make sure your headlines in your site help summarize your article and make sure it helps draw out keywords for your site.

4. Make sure you submit your site to google, msn, & yahoo in their submission galleries. This will allow them to crawl your site.

5. Have a blog on your site that allows people to comment. This blog should be daily or weekly tips to your customers.

6. Write articles and submit them to ezinearticles.com and goarticles.com. These are free places to submit your articles.

7. Have press releases sent out over the web and locally with your site address on the release.
8. Digg your articles or have someone stumbleupon your site.

9. Create a myspace and a facebook to gain customers in the social networks.

10. Write a monthly newsletter and send it out through your email list. Make sure you have a place for people to get on the email list.

These little tips are just a start to help your business website, but i suggest you checkout highrankings.com. Also, checkout hubspot.com.

If you have any questions or need advice on getting a consultant please email us at questions@businessonthemound.com.

I am in my last year of Accounting and Economics & Finance. I have worked for any industry out there from farming, fast food, retail, cold calling, personal lending, and consulting. I am young in age, but experienced well beyond my years. I now own three companies and I host my own radio show while wearing many other hats throughout the community.

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