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Bill Hartzer (Independent SEO Consultant)


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Bill Hartzer is a internet marketing, SEO, and domain name consultant, with a passion for everything web, and everything internet. Mr Hartzer started writing computer software manuals on an IBM Mainframe back in the early 1990s and is now known worldwide for his research on the topic of search engine optimization and the New gTLD domain names, as well as Dot Brand domain names.

“The local business should respond to reviews just as quickly as they are left, regardless if it’s a positive or negative review.”

“One interesting tactic or “local SEO strategy” I’ve seen lately that works well is becoming a local content machine.”

“The closer the business is to the person doing the searching, the more likely that business will show up in the Google Maps and Google local listings in the search results.”

“It’s always a constant battle to get more online reviews than your competitors – but it’s worth it in the long run.”

“Optimizing your site for mobile devices can seriously (and quickly) help rankings.”

“If you can optimize your listing or show up well on another site that’s currently ranking for your keyword, then you’ll still see some traffic and get business.”

“Good SEO definitely sells itself, but many businesses, especially those with a limited marketing budget, need to be sold on the benefits of good old-fashioned SEO.”

“The more you know about SEO – how it works and what is required by both the client and those providing the services – the better the overall customer relationship will be.”

“An SEO’s primary job should be to get more relevant traffic via organic search to the website. Good SEOs get more traffic – great SEOs understand a client’s business and get more leads or sales for a business.”

“SEO typically is a lot of work. It isn’t something that is just done overnight (or even in a week or a few weeks). It’s an overall strategy that takes time.”

“It’s important to understand that SEO generally revolves around good, unique content that’s created and posted on a client’s website.”

“The search engines can’t understand your business and rank your web pages if you don’t have good content on your website.”

“A good social media presence is imperative for good search engine rankings, especially because the client’s competitors are most likely taking advantage of social media.”

“SEO is an overall strategy, not a one-time “fix it” or “optimize it” and you’re done. It’s something that should be worked on every day, every week, every month (more often if you’re in a competitive market).”

“Selling SEO services is tough because the rules are always changing. And it can be confusing at times. It’s better to under-promise and over-deliver stellar ROI for customers.”

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