Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Consulting
We have all heard the saying “you can’t see the forest through the trees”. The Internet is like a dense forest that is constantly growing and changing. This makes it increasingly difficult to get your website noticed. Every day people are building websites and doing everything in their power to grow the amount of traffic coming in. Sometimes they utilize what are known as SEO “best practices” and sometimes they use “black hat” SEO tactics which are frowned upon by search engines. If you want your website to stand out, you have to optimize your website using techniques that will grow the amount of quality traffic without possibly jeopardizing your future growth. This requires building a solid foundation and creating a website that will be a beacon for both search engines and human visitors.
The art and science of building quality traffic to your website is known as Search Engine Optimization, or SEO.
At Zen Search Marketing our mission is to help our clients build quality organic search traffic that is sustainable. We work with our clients to help them understand what traffic will benefit their website the most and then develop an SEO plan that will grow that traffic and maintain it over the lifetime of their website. if you would like to learn more about our SEO consulting services, fill out our Contact Form or call us today at 225-678-6782!
Due to conflict of interest, Zen Search Marketing cannot work with most e-commerce businesses and retailers. While we appreciate your interest, we hope you understand our commitment to our clients and we wish you much success with your future endeavor.
Is SEO a legitimate way to grow search traffic? Google answers that question in this video.
One of the most common questions we get asked is whether search engine optimization is considered spam by Google™ and the other search engines. While it is true that some self-described SEOs utilize sketchy “black hat” tactics, when it is performed properly SEO can help build quality traffic and meet the guidelines the search engines set forth for creating dynamic and user-friendly websites that are designed with the end-user in mind. This video, featuring Google’s™ Matt Cutts explains why the search engines actually want websites to perform good SEO to help make their jobs easier.