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Is Your Website/Blog Missing the Nuts and Bolts Your Visitors Expect to See?

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Is Your Website Blog Missing the Nuts and Bolts Your Visitors Expect to See by Mark Bullock

{5:55 minutes to read} As I’ve mentioned before, if a visitor comes to your website who’s a potential client, and they don’t find the information they’re looking for, they’re likely going to go searching the Internet for somewhere else to find it. You can just assume that.

Don’t send visitors away from your website! Asking them to contact you for basic information about a specific topic that is included in your profession is paramount to sending them away—if they can’t find what they are looking for on your website.

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Why Is It Imperative to Google Yourself?

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phoneBlogger.net co-founder, Mark Bullock, explains why you must Google yourself to ensure a good online reputation.

Did you know that 86% of people searching for products and services they don’t regularly use, like legal or financial services, will first search online, usually with Google? That’s before they ask their friends and colleagues for a referral!

Even if a curious consumer is not looking to contract a professional service provider, they are likely to have “Googled” people before. Based on considerable traffic monitoring across all our clients’ websites and blogs, we know that the most-searched-for phrase is always our client’s name and profession.

So, when someone searches for you, what exactly are they seeing? 

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