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Before beginning an SEO project, you should consider your company’s business objectives and how your website plays into them. It is important from the outset to be able to describe your business offerings in simple terms. After all, the content you have on your site should simply and accurately answer the queries that a user is inputting into a search engine.
A website can have a number of roles:
It’s important to consider the profile of your target audience. You want to know as much as possible about your ideal customer, so look at:
You should also identify what motivates and interests each target audience by:
Shane Lyons is head of Search & Analytics at Mediaworks, an award-winning media and communications agency. He has been working in Digital both in Ireland and abroad for the last 8 years and now specializes in SEO and Analytics.
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ABOUT THIS DIGITAL MARKETING MODULE
This module introduces the key concepts for setting up SEO and the elements to consider before beginning an SEO project. It outlines the key technical elements you need to consider when implementing SEO, how to implement on-page SEO, and how to implement SEO in a mobile environment. It explains how a business can improve its SEO strategy and local SEO. It also demonstrates how to measure and report on the effectiveness of your SEO campaign and the key SEO metrics to measure.