How Small Business Get the First PageRank in Google by Using SEO

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I have small Business and have a site on it, just want to be 1st in Google! This is the thing that most business people state when you get some knowledge about independent venture web showcasing or what they need from their site. So what is SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for a small business owner and how would you get your site on the first page of Google?

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You're so awesome! I don't believe I've read through something like this before.

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So great to discover another person with a few original thoughts on this issue. Thanks a lot!

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Great piece of content..! Thanks for sharing.

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To rank high you should do two things: First, make sure your site has the right relevant content for the types of searches your potential clients are conducting. Second, try to get the highest PageRank possible. To do this, you need to get as many inbound links from as many high PageRank web pages as possible.


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Small business email marketing is a great way to reach and build relationships with their customers and leads. But don’t just take our word for it.

According to eMarketer, 80% of SMB retail professionals report that email marketing is the best marketing way for driving customer acquisition and retention. And the results are similar for small businesses in the B2B market. In fact, one B2B survey shows that email is the 3rd most influential source of information for B2B audiences, following colleague recommendations and industry-specific thought leaders.

If you want to take advantage of the opportunities that small business email marketing can provide, you’ll need to focus on the strategies and tactics that are proven to drive sales. Below, we’ll dive into a few different aspects of small business email marketing and provide helpful tips along the way for strategy, implementation, and optimization.

 

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