Can You Still Get Clients With SEO?

(Last Updated On: August 18, 2021)
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Can you still get new clients with SEO (Search Engine Optimization)?

That’s a good question. The answer is yes, and I recommend a very specific approach. The thing is you want to drive traffic based on a specific topic or expertise and develop authority for your website.

Honestly, it usually takes more than a 5 – 10 page website these days to make a big dent in the search engines.

This is why I recommend you keep your website active by adding additional pages and blog posts to help develop more traffic. I explain how this works in the video, so do check it out.

I mentioned blogging to my teen daughter the other day and she just looked at me cross-eyed. Then she forcefully stated People don’t use blogs! It’s true the heyday of developing a community on a blog is past its prime. However, it still can be done. Even more important, the modern approach to blogging has changed. Now the idea is to develop authority through search engines. As you attract new fans to your blog, you can then add them to email or send them to your social media such as a Facebook Group or Twitter.

Most important. As you attract the right traffic to your blog or website, your site develops authority and Google will be more willing to send you local or specific traffic based on buying questions and signals.

I use an old roofing client as an example in the video. However, my example is true for photographers, writers, and designers. All creatives. Write articles that people want answers to which are relevant to your field. No, not all visitors are buyers, however, if they are interested in the topic and Google sees satisfaction signals from your website visitors, it will only benefit you.

Yes, you can earn more clients with SEO. You need to use your creativity and stick with the one SEO secret which seems to work every time. Keep your website active and updated with relevant information.

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