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Software / June 13, 2017

Search-Engine-Optimization (SEO)…do you hate that term? It is about as appealing as colonoscopy? You understand its necessity, but just the word makes you shudder?

You’re not alone. SEO is so overused and vague a term that it’s become synonymous with the entire scope of online marketing . People think SEO is online marketing, but they don’t really know what SEO is–or how it works.

You know what you want. You want to be on page one so you get a lot of traffic to your website! So you hire a professional SEO. And they get you ranking for some search phrases that at least…sort of…relate to what you do. Then you get to page one! They show you some colorful bar graphs that quantify their success.

The problem is you don’t feel the success. You get some activity off your website, but you don’t know where it comes from. You rank for some keyword phrases, but how many realistic leads use those phrases? Your website traffic is way up, but your sales are flat. What gives?

The truth is there are a range of metrics in the SEO world that are useless for a business with specific revenue goals. Traffic, for example, can be a fairly easy metric to achieve. But if it doesn’t produce revenue, who cares?

Currently, a popular strategy in SEO is content marketing. With this strategy you are encouraged to publish online content to draw in traffic that boosts your SEO. But the best content marketers will tell you that this strategy does not produce “direct” ROI. You’re in a competitive business–it’s a battle out there. Do you have time for “indirect” ROI?

You’re not an affiliate marketer where massive traffic alone is a benefit. You’re not just trying to build a brand platform–it’s nice to be known, but it’s a necessity to be directly in front of actual customers.

This can get downright scary: in the time it takes some of these SEO strategies to pay off, many start-ups have already failed.

It’s time for Natural Listing Ads®.

SEO Software Built for Conversions

Natural Listing Ads® is part of an internet marketing strategy designed for businesses that rely on direct conversions from their website. While the search visibility is built around the organic, free clicks, we actually treat the campaigns in a way that’s more similar to most pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns.

All keyword targets are connected to buying intent. All copy is treated as persuasive advertisements. All landing pages are built to convert.

We create content designed to get you to rank for target keywords. We advise you on how to share your expertise and build a presence on social media–you can do the “indirect” work better yourself.

And it all comes together on the Marketing 360® software platform. No other SEO software platform out there lets you correlate your organic online traffic with specific revenue goals like Marketing 360®.

Every keyword, every search page result, every link, every type of traffic is part of your conversion funnel.

We never tout any success unless you share in it.

Natural Listing Ads® is SEO you’ll understand. It produces results–and that’s what you’ll love.

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