SEO

It’s all about three letters: SEO. Search Engine Optimization. You gotta have it.

WordPress blogs are designed to stimulate community. If you blog, the search engines will find you, as will your community. We will help you choose and use the most opportune keywords that not only bring the search engines, but also your most engaged site visitors.

We will analyze and appraise each area of your business and your existing website. We consider not only language but also how a visitor navigates through your web pages. Can they find the all-important areas easily and intuitively perform the actions you require? Human confusion and exasperation too quickly transform into lost business.

Similarly, if keywords are not placed optimally in specific areas and in the form that search engine spiders require, you will lose indexing opportunities. This transforms into lower rankings and future customers will not be able to find you.

We find the words that will give you the greatest statistical chance of being indexed well in the major search engines: Google, Yahoo, Bing and others. At the same time we will review your site for visual clarity and the all important Action Moments!

The Rooster crows!

What people are saying about Daylight Websites:

"You single-handed raised the bar for us!" - Alastair Gracie, Adstrategies Inc

"Whew! It looks awesome - let's launch
this damn thing! ;-)"
- Keri Piatek Crafts, Place Creative

"You and Tim were always so easy to work with and being comfortable with both of you made it so much easier for me to ask the "stupid" questions without being intimidated by your superior technological know-how...." - Vicki Wilson, Hoisington Realty

"Damn you guys are good. I don’t know what Bud will think – and it’s really none of my business. But from an integration standpoint, this is just nuts. Well done, sir."
- Dustin Moore

"Awesome!" - Bud

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