PPC (Pay Per Click) or SEO (Search Engine Optimization) are two important and most basic approaches that improves the ranking of your website and help you get better results. For a businessman, it is very hard to choose between both the basic options. And to make a smart choice, you first need to have the knowledge of both the options and if you don’t know about them, so, this article will help you a lot. What are we waiting for? Let’s get started.
PPC (Pay Per Click): It is basically online ads in which you need to pay for every single click on your website. It is also recognized as paid searching and to run this campaign successfully, you need to have a huge marketing budget, as you have to pay for every single click on your advertisement, whether it converts or not.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization): Another basic option you have is SEO, which gives you the organic results without emptying your wallet. There are sets of tools and techniques you can apply to increase the visibility of your website organically, which increase your credibility and customer base as well.
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Increase Organic Results: If you want organic traffic and results for your website, it’s better to go for SEO, as the traffic comes by the way of this approach is genuine and increase the chances of high conversion. On the contrary, PPC fails to increase organic traffic, as it will give you hit, only till you pay.
Credibility: SEO will help you increase the visibility of your website on top of the search results, which not only increase your traffic, but also increase your credibility. On the other side, PPC displays your name on the very first page, only till the time you are paying for every click, which is not credible at all and fails to win the customer’s faith.
Cost: SEO will cost you lesser in comparison with the PPC. Therefore, it is the most suitable options for every small as well as large organization, because it gives long-lasting results without breaking the banks.
All the above points make it clear that, in the battle of PPC vs. SEO, SEO will give you the bangs for the bucks. Though to get the results of your efforts, you need to take every move smartly. And if you are not aware of the trick of the trades, so, it is compulsory for you to consult an SEO Expert, who will help you attain the business goals.
Remember those little caplets that would turn into “dinosaurs” when dropped in water? I know of a person who is sort of like that (though he didn’t have the shape of a dinosaur after the expansion, and I don’t think it was just water that caused this transformation). His name is Mark. Before about the age of 15 Mark was like the little caplet. He was small for his age. He had glasses that were about half an inch thick and his hair always seemed to be rather disheveled and a little greasy. In the middle of his teen-age years Mark remade himself, apparently as a sheer act of will. He became incredibly strong, capable, cleanly, and still amazingly nice. Once Mark committed to something, he refused to betray that commitment. It was this trait that allowed him to change his appearance so much. However, in Mark this trait also created a level of honor found in only a rare few. Betrayal was not an option for Mark. He stood up for what he believed.
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Mountain biking was an excellent pastime on the ranch. There were steep slopes that made it hard and eventually gave one a sense of accomplishment. There were also forests to obscure one’s totally embarrassing falls. To make things more exciting we would start our rides from many different places on the ranch. Due to the size of the ranch, this meant getting places on the ranch with the bikes but without riding the bikes. Such an enterprise often entailed stuffing the bikes into the back of our 1992 ford explorer. As much as I liked this car it was not quite optimal for bike transportation. Since there were three of us we could put down only one of the back seats. We took off the wheels and seats of the bikes and stuffed them into the awkwardly shaped space that wrapped around the one backseat. For some unfortunate reason Mark always seemed to be the one who sat in the back next to the bikes. As we bounced across the ranch the bikes tended to become rather rambunctious. They would honestly leap a foot or two into the air when we went over hills and come crashing down slightly after the explorer itself did. It could be argued that this was, in large part, a result of the driving style employed. However, right now we are focusing on the funny situation in the back seat, not about the driver or on determining blame. The fact that the bikes leapt into the air and moved towards Mark with ruthless force was regrettable. However, the real kicker was that when the heap of metal landed it would lock together. One piece of twisted metal would loop over the next and so forth. This locking prevented Mark from pushing away the attacking bikes and over time resulted in a continual loss of space to the bikes tireless invasion. By the time we arrived at our trail-head Mark had about half the personal space that he stated with and about ¾ of what he needed. Upon arrival Mark also had a bike fork pressed firmly into his thigh.
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At the end of the bike ride we went down a final steep section. We lost enough altitude going down this final slope that we were able to zoom down it. This section was long enough to convince us that we could totally handle flying down it. If it were steeper, I think we would have slowed down more. But, on this particular hill we just leaned in close to our bikes and felt the air go past us faster and faster. Due to our speed we spread out a bit, so that if someone fell there would at least be the possibility that the person behind them could avoid hitting them. Mark was the final one to come down the hill and we were able to watch him flicker between the trees on his descent. He was going fast. Then, Mark and his bike charged behind one particular tree. When he appeared on the other side of the tree he was no longer riding his bike. He was sprinting with all his might and leaning forward like someone who couldn’t quite keep up with their speed.
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As it worked out Mark had hit a deep pothole in the path. This particular pothole was so deep that it was able to violently and completely stop his fast moving front tire. However, the pothole did not stop Mark or the rest of Mark’s bike. This resulted in Mark and the back end of the mountain bike gracefully pivoting around the axle in the middle of the front tire. Mark pivoted towards the ground at the same speed he had been biking. While he was looking straight ahead at the seemingly vertical earth coming at him Mark was somehow able to do a series of extremely helpful actions. Mark was able to get is feet out of the clips that held them to the pedals of the bike. Then he was able to get his feet up to the height of his armpits and over the handlebars of the bike (before these same handlebars collided with the ground). From this awkward fetal position Mark was able to break into a full sprint. A sprint so fast that few could have sustained in the best of circumstances. This sprint turned out to be just fast enough to prevent him from performing a painfully unexpected cartwheel. I am not a completely ignorant man. I have watched the Olympics and the world cup. However, this is honestly one of the most impressive physical acts that I have ever seen. It is so impressive partly because he did it completely without warning, and partly because it would have hurt so much if he didn’t pull it off.
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Mark slowed down at the bottom of the hill with his bike far behind him. He stopped and leaned forward, placing his hands on his knees. After looking up the hill at the bikes he looked at us and panted “Looks like I got back at the bike for the car ride”.
Credit card debt is one of the main forms of debt that individuals have. They are easy to obtain, but hard to get rid of. Credit cards have high interest rates and in order to get rid of them fast is to file bankruptcy. Now, there is a way for you to get out of debt without bankruptcy and losing your assets. In order to get out of debt, you can try a program like debt consolidation.
Debt consolidation is when you make one low monthly payment minus all of the high interest. You will pay either a lower rate or none at all. In order to get started with the process of consolidating your bills, you will need to contact a company that handles debt consolidation. When looking for a company, you'll need to make sure that the company does not offer any hidden fees. There should not be a fee to get started. The only thing you should be paying the company is your monthly payment. You want to get out of debt and live a stress free life.
Debt consolidation can come in two forms. One way that companies consolidate debt is to offer you a loan where they will pay off all of your credit card debt. In return, you'll end up paying the consolidation company each month. The second one is when the consolidation company helps you to manage your debt. They will combine all of your bills and you will give the company a certain amount of money each month, so that they can distribute it out to all of your bill collectors.
Consolidating debt is a life saver for anyone with multiple cards that have high interest rates. When you have credit card debt, you're making your minimum payment each month, but the amount that you owe remains the same. In order for you to be able to see the debt amount getting lower is by paying more than the minimum each month. It's hard to pay more than the minimum because you have other bills to pay. Some people get so stressed out about their debt, that they're stop making payments completely. The only other option for you is to consolidate your debt. You will wonder why you did not do this a long time ago. In a couple of years, you will be debt free and be able to live your life normally again.
In this article, I want to talk about how to create a compelling reason for your prospect clients to contact you. I've found that one of the best ways to do this is to take away the risk element for them. You've got to remember that people finding you on the internet have never met you and may be linked to pay for your services until you have built up some trust with them. One of the best ways to do this is to offer a free consultation or a free taster session, whichhever is more appropriate.
I offered a free consultation on my website and the number of inquiries tripled overnight. At another clinic, we bought in free telephone consultations and again the number of inquiries skyrocketed. I have also found that 90% of people who come for a free half hour consultation in my clinic sign up for a course of at least 5 treatments. Now you may think that offering something for nothing is a waste of time and money but I guarantee you that people will be much more willing to make a financial commitment, once they have met you and sampled what you have to offer. In the therapy world, more than anywhere else the rapport and trust between the practitioner and the client is vital, and people know this. You can even be very upfront about this in your website or brochure and say that this is a chance "to find out if I am the right practitioner for you".
The key is to offer something of real value such as taste of what you normally offer, so that the person can get an idea of what they can expect. When I give a free consultation I simply give a shortened version of my diagnosis session. I ask the person about how they would like the acupuncture to help them and give a realistic evaluation of the benefits they can expect. I also offer any advice that that they can implement straight away. By asking questions and really hearing the person, I am almost always able to gain rapport and trust. At this point, the person will be more than happy to book a full session. Do not attempt to push your services, instead focus on giving and listening. You will immediately set yourself apart from the crowd.
Offering a free consultation or taster session is so simple yet extremely effective. You do not even have to have a website yet. Try it out by printing a simple leaflet and distributing it in the neighborhood. Either post is through letterboxes or put a stack of leaflets in local shops. You will find that by giving something for free, you will get back many times more than you give.