Wikipedia defines SEO as “the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine's unpaid results — often referred to as "natural," "organic," or "earned" results. In layman’s terms, this means making sure that your web pages rank high in search engine result, without paying for sponsored results on Google or other search engines.
In today’s world, when people are looking for information, they typically start with a web search. And people search...a lot. Think about the last time you needed to find tires for your car, or information about a toothache. Chances are you didn’t look in the yellow pages or the encyclopedia, but started on a search page. That shouldn’t be surprising. A staggering amount of web searches are conducted constantly. The current estimate is about 2.3 million Google searches every second! If your website doesn’t turn up in the first page of results, chances are that the searcher will never make it to your page. We at Rhino have mastered the art of SEO, and will ensure that you consistently rank in the top search results.
There’s a lot of misconception and mystery about how SEO really operates. Some of our competitors would have you believe that SEO is almost a “black art,” and that no one (but them) can really understand it, but nothing could be farther from the truth. What is true, though is that Google’s search algorithms are constantly evolving. The methods that got you high search ranking last year may not be effective any longer today, and those may in turn be outdated next year. That’s why it’s essential that you work with an agency who is always on top of the changes in Google’s approach, and knows how to quickly get you to the top of search results.
At Rhino, we understand what it takes to get you found when people conduct searches relevant to your business, and we’ll show you how to flood your landing pages with quality visitors looking for what you’re selling. As traditional methods of advertising become less and less effective, SEO is no longer an option, it’s a necessity.