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Technical SEO

Technical SEO refers to the structure of web pages that search engines need in order to create organic search results.

Peter Bockenthien
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Peter Bockenthien

Technical SEO

Technical SEO refers to the structure of web pages that search engines need in order to create organic search results.

Best practices gives your content the opportunity to stand out. The more competitors you have the tighter your structure and content needs to adhere to search engine preferences.

Most off-the-shelf CMS and their respective themes have most, but not all technical SEO features.

You can search a library for a book by title, topic, author, summary, but most people need to drill down to something specific. That's where a Librarian can help. The one human Librarian I know has an incredibly vast, detailed knowledge of topics and can give me the names of 3 books that can help.

I still have to read those books.

The modern equivalent of a Librarian is the home page of a website, called the index page. And instead of having to read through an entire website, I can search for the detail via search engines or the website's search.

What I do is create a Librarian that is specific to your website content in order to create organic search results. There are 9 technical features that I analyze for every page of both you and your competitor's websites.

Aligning all 9 features for every single page is possible if one has a well thought-out marketing strategy, and a CMS that loads fast.

The marketing strategy and technical SEO that your business needs is tailored for you, not me, so as to be responsive to your market, changing environments, and situations.

My strategy is focused on meeting people in order to find the right fit. I look for places that are willing to let me use my analytical skills, experience, and technical know-how to build websites that meets and exceeds SEO criteria, helps grow the business, and attracts new employees. In short I help grow the future.

I've always been ahead of the curve so when that curve arrives the work I do meets its moment.

I've always been ahead of the curve so when that curve arrives the work I do meets its moment.

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