SEO questions to ask new clients

SEO questions to ask new clients

SEO questions

One of the most important skills you can have as an SEO is knowing your stuff. Knowing what questions to ask clients will help you stay in the know about the latest SEO news and developments and find out what your clients want to know.

You’ve just entered into a new phase of your business and have now become a brand new client. You naturally want to know everything about your new mobile app, website, content marketing, or SEO. So how can you begin?

As a new client, it is vital to understand how your website is ranking and what you need to do to improve your website rankings.

This article dives into the best SEO questions to ask your clients.

Who Is Your Target Audience?

SEO is a shortcut to find the right audience among potential customers.

But some keywords or phrases are too broad, and you need to choose the right keywords to target.

It’s interesting to look at your Analytics and see exactly what kind of keywords your visitors search for and how many of them use the craft tips section of our website to find out about canning.

SEO doesn’t make sense if no one is going to buy your products. So for better reach and more conversions, it’s essential to create compelling content that’s appropriate for the target audience. 

What Are Your Main Goals?

One of the main goals of Google’s algorithm for search engine optimization is to promote valuable sites from people they trust. 

Many black hat SEO techniques— like keyword stuffing, Dummy domain names, and creating invisible text links— harm your website’s ability to rank organically by Google.

SEO goals are to boost traffic to your site by providing enough content that people are interested in and then getting other sites to link to you from their pages. 

Your rank organically should work its way up the search engine results page (SERP) as more links point toward desirable content and keywords.

Clients need to be on top of the latest SEO developments to get the most value, both in terms of traffic and money. 

Where In The World Are You Targeting?

Location targeting is a core part of SEO. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of influencing your website and content to rank higher in search results than similar websites.

Knowing your target locations allows you to target customers with the right type of content for their location. The idea is to have a geographic layer that allows people to target what they want, when they want, as quickly as done on Amazon.

Google. It’s your job to figure out what to optimize. It’s important to know which locations you should cover, so you can get the most out of the local searches that will get people to your site. 

By getting the right amount of local visitors, you’ll see your Google ranking climb as well.

Can We Have Access To Your Documents?

Paying for SEO access means that your company benefits from Google’s rankings, and your site becomes more visible in search engine results. 

Before you can pay for SEO access, you’ll need to set up a website. It’s free, but you’ll need to also register on a premium SEO services provider.

It’s important to have access to social media and analytics for your business to grow. Being networked professionally can make a difference in the success of your business. 

Many businesses use Google Analytics, which allows them to analyze the number of website visits they get every day, where they came from, what they do on the website and who the visitors are that visit your site. 

This information allows you to optimize the site to get the most traffic possible from your visitors. If you work in SEO, you need timely access to Google Analytics to track your results. 

Google recently upgraded their tracking, and you need to have quick, advanced access to your analytics to track your efforts and get feedback from web users. 

Without access to all these data, you just can’t make effective changes– so access to detailed tracking now is critical for your future.

About The Author

Kemi Olaoshun is a content writer who dabbles in SEO and digital marketing. She considers herself  “a Jackie of all trades” and has her fingers in too many pies.