Our accessible and SEO first model for WordPress website design and development allows us to create websites that from their inception are targeted at areas of the market your competitors are missing. We create easy to navigate, read, and understand elements in all our designs. Our SEO first strategy also encompasses all areas of the web including web-friendly logo design, website design and development, marketing automation, email newsletters, and online advertising.

You can have the most beautiful store, the best food in town, or the best service of any of your competitors, but if your potential customers can't find you, none of it will matter. Let SeeMe Media help you prepare a full and comprehensive SEO and Social Media strategy to increase impressions and traffic to facilitate more sales and interactions for your company.

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Basic SEO Elements for your website

As a business owner, you know you want to be found on the first search engine results page (SERP). You have been trying hard to be found but it seems like you need some type of black magic to get to the top of the first page, right? Truth is, there are lots of factors…

New School SEO vs Old School SEO

How to write for SEO today

Are you still writing content for your website the same way you wrote it a few years ago? If you are, it is time to upgrade your understanding of writing for SEO. Let’s look at some Old School and New School SEO theories. Old School SEO: Keyword Stuffing 15 years ago, putting as many key…

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What is SEO? Why should I care what SEO is?

You have a question, you are looking for information, or maybe you want to buy something… Where do you turn to get more information on the internet? For most of us, we turn to a search engine, either through our computer, our phone, or maybe even a voice-enable device like Alexa or Google Home.  We…

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Define Your SEO Objectives

Onsite Search Engine Optimization is a bit like doing chemistry. Each element of your website, when combined with other elements on your site and its interaction with the world, will help to determine how well your site ranks on all search engines. Have you stopped to ask yourself, what do I want my site to…

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The Recipe to Make Better Web Pages for SEO

Better websites are made up of great individual pages of good content. It really is just that simple. The best websites are built like a great cookbook. Cookbooks are made up of a bunch of individual and specific recipes. Those recipes pages are usually laid out in sections to make it easy for everyone to…

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20 SEO questions to get you started

It is time to get started with SEO on your site. You realize that you don’t even really know where to start. Well with the help of Rebecca Gill and SEObits.fm here is a list of questions you should answer before starting your SEO Journey. Now, at first glance, these questions might seem easy to…

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Why is keyword research so important for SEO?

You’ve just received a bid for getting help with your SEO, and on the bid, you see something like “Keyword Research” or “Keyword Analysis”. In your mind, you are thinking, “I know what my keywords are. Why do we need to more keyword research, and why do we need to do it every month?” The…

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Meta Descriptions – Improving click through from SERP

Often an overlooked area of new website builds, Meta Description Tags, located in the <head> section of each of your webpages, are an easy way to control what searchers on search engines can expect on your page, right in the search results. The meta description tag attribute provides concise explanations of the contents of your…

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H1 and H2 – Understanding Proper use of Headers

Content creators are always looking for better ways to provide content to their readers, but have you ever thought of search engines as one of your readers? If you are now doing so, that is great! Search engines are your most important readers, so making content that is easy for them to read is paramount.…

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The Magic SEO Bullet

Everyone is looking for the one thing they can do to make their website come up first in organic search results. When I say everyone, I mean everyone. The truth is there IS one Magic Bullet to show up first on the SERP, but it is not the one you think. Organic Search Engine Optimization…

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Understanding the Title Tag

The title tag is an element of your webpage’s header that defines the title of a webpage that is used in your browser’s tab, favorite links, social sharing previews, and most importantly on search engine results pages (SERPs). Code Snippet <head> <title>Example Title</title> </head>   The Title The title element of a web page should…