1. What is a keyword or phrase?
A keyword is a description or category applying to your business. Customers enter keywords into search engines in order to find you, your products and your services. A phrase is a keyword combined with a geographic term, usually the name of a city. A phrase can also be a product or service that differentiates you from your competition.
2. Will you research keywords and key phrases for me?
Yes. If you have any in mind or would like to suggest a few, we would be glad to research the most suitable keyword that will ensure that your business is displayed when a customer searches for your products or services online.
3. Can I change the information on my business?
You certainly can. To make it easier for customers like you, we also offer maintenance packages that enable you to alter or improvise your information besides keeping your business high on the search lists.
4. How long after I register will I see my listing online?
Please allow 10-14 business days for your listing to appear on Google® and Bing™ once you give us your confirmation PIN. Yahoo!™ has their own review process that can take up 3 to 8 weeks, other search engines vary.
5. Do you guarantee my ranking?
No one can guarantee specific rankings but all of our clients are on the map for several keywords or key phrases, and land in the first page of search results for their other keywords and key phrases. Your ranking will continue to progress with time as long as you are managed by TrafficAttract.com.
6. Will all my keywords and key phrases rank equally?
We work daily for the high ranking of all your keywords and key phrases but they do not rank equally in search engines. There are many factors affecting rank and certain keywords rank differently in various search engines.
7. Will my business be found only in searches for my keywords and key phrases?
Your business will be optimized in searches for your specific keywords and key phrases but it will also be found in searches for your business name. In addition to that, your business may also be found in searches for variations to your keywords and key phrases.