At Local Business Solutions we use 45 different methods of marketing to drive visitors to your website. To learn all of these methods would take a considerable amount of time and often they are best used in conjunction with other methods. We have discovered the best combined methods of marketing by hours of testing and analysis of the results. We are currently compiling training courses to teach you how to do this yourself but if you don’t have the time to learn these techniques then you can select the best package for your business and get our experts to do the work for you.

Search Engine Optimisation and Search Engine Marketing are ways of making your website appear in the search engines such as Google when people use relevant keywords to search for a business like yours. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) covers all aspects of online marketing to drive visitors to your website and Search Engine Optimistation (SEO) should be part of your SEM. Some refer to SEM as the paid methods such as Google AdWords and SEO as free (or organic) such as adding keywords to the content of your site.

First you need to make sure your website code is optimised by making sure the correct ratio of keywords to content is placed on every page. The key things to optimise are;

Onsite optimisation.

  • Keywords;
  • Title tags;
  • Header tags;
  • Meta Tags;
  • Description;
  • Relevant Keywords;
  • Do not use too many Keywords as Google class this as spam, the ratio needs to be just right;
  • Through constant testing we know the correct ratio required. However it would take you hours to work this out as you would need to monitor your site daily and record the changes tweak a few things then identify the differences.

Offsite optimisation.

Is used for driving traffic to your site from external sources.

Examples of some of the free methods are:

  • Citations;
  • Directory Submissions;
  • Video Submissions;
  • Ariticle submissions;
  • and more…

Examples of some of the paid methods are:

  • Pay-Per-Click Advertising (PPC);
  • Google AdWords;
  • Bing Ads (formerly Microsoft adCenter);
  • Yahoo search Ads;
  • Facebook Ads;
  • Classified Ads;

Search Engine Marketing is like a science as search engine providers make changes to their algorithms on a daily basis and therefore you need to keep up to date with the changes to keep your marketing ahead of the competition.