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Traditional and Online Digital Marketing

SEO • SEM • PPC

SEO stands for search engine optimization. It is the practice of increasing the quantity and quality of traffic to a website from search engines like Google. SEO targets unpaid traffic through relevant content, spreading links, incorporating meta tags and others, rather than direct traffic or paid traffic. There are many different ways to improve SEO, including:

  1. Conducting keyword research to find out which keywords and phrases people are using to search for your products or services

  2. Optimizing your website's content and structure to make it more relevant and user-friendly for both search engines and users

  3. Building high-quality backlinks from other reputable websites to your own site

  4. Using social media and other online platforms to promote your website and build brand awareness

  5. Stay up-to-date with the latest best practices and algorithm updates, and to have a thorough understanding of how search engines work.

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While (SEM) Search engine marketing involves the promotion of your websites by increasing its ranking in search engine results pages primarily through paid advertising and Pay Per Click(PPC) on search engine results pages (SERPs) or on other websites through a program like Google AdWords.

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Traditional Marketing

Local advertising is another way to sustain and leave a long impression on your audience. You can get more mileage from 
 • TV commercials • flyers • radio • newspapers • magazines •  billboards • posters • novelty items (pens, matchbooks, calendars, bumper stickers) that prominently display the Intellectual Property • advertising on public vehicles including cabs and buses • business cards or brochures.
 

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