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What is SEO and how does it work?

SEO stands for ‘Search Engine Optimization’, which is the process of getting traffic from free, organic, editorial, or natural search results in search engines. It aims to improve your website’s position in search results pages. Remember, the higher the website is listed, the more people will see it.

Identifying relevant keywords with good search traffic potential

Creating high-quality, useful content and optimizing it for search engines and for users

Including relevant links from high-quality sites

Measuring the results

Differences between paid and organic search

Paid search results

Paid search results are essentially ads. With these, your placement is usually based on the amount you're willing to bid for the ad's placement, and other factors like the quality and impact of the ad. You can do this through Google, Bing, Yahoo, or any other search provider with whom you can set up ads. You can set up a targeted campaign to drive traffic to your website. Note that if your site violates Google's Terms of Service, you'll get removed from search results entirely. Paid search results usually show up first with an “ad” indicator.

Organic search results

Organic search results are unpaid results that come up organically. When someone Googles you, for instance, Google's looking at that search query and determining which pages on the internet are reputable and relevant to your search. It then displays those results ranking them based on that relevance. The top results get clicked most often.

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