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How Website Maintenance Will Elevate SEO Rankings for Your Business

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Imagine, for a moment, two coffee shops on the same street. One constantly updates its menu, tries out new coffee beans, and occasionally changes its decor. The other? Well, it’s been serving the same old coffee for years. Which one would you keep going back to? 

Your website is a bit like those coffee shops. If you’re not giving it the TLC it needs and deserves, people will notice – and they might just wander to the other “shop.” The digital world is no different. The consistent care you provide through website maintenance? That can be a game-changer in how search engines view and rank your site, especially for small businesses. 

6 Ways Website Maintenance Will Improve SEO Rankings for Your Business

1. Keeping Your Content Fresh and Relevant

Alright, let’s think back to our coffee shop analogy. Imagine walking in and seeing the same menu day in, day out. Boring, right? Search engines think so too. Regularly adding fresh content is like mixing up that menu – it keeps things interesting for both your visitors and Google.

Key Takeaway: Whether it’s a new blog post, the latest customer reviews, or a cool infographic, changing things up can keep everyone, including search engines, coming back for more.

2. Ensuring Website Speed and Performance

Ever waited forever for a coffee? Frustrating, huh. A slow website is pretty much the same for your visitors. And search engines aren’t too fond of them either. Regular maintenance can turn your site from a sluggish sip to an espresso shot!

Key Takeaway: Streamline things – compress those heavy images, clean up any clunky code, and consider some caching magic to perk things up.

3. Enhancing Mobile Responsiveness

We all love scrolling on our phones, perhaps with that cup of coffee in hand. If your site’s squished or jumbled on mobile, you’re missing out. Plus, search engines might just give you the cold shoulder.

Key Takeaway: Mobile testing should be on your regular to-do list. Adjust and adapt so everyone can browse hassle-free, no matter the device.

4. Strengthening Website Security

Imagine if your favorite coffee shop had a dodgy lock. You’d be worried about going in, right? Similarly, search engines give props to safe sites. If your security is lax, your rankings might just slip.

Key Takeaway: Keep things secure – update your plugins and themes and ensure your website’s got a solid security backbone.

5. Fixing Broken Links and Errors

Back to our coffee shops: imagine if one door was always broken. That’s a broken link for you. It’s frustrating for your visitors and a big no-no for search engines.

Key Takeaway: A routine check for broken links is a must. Keep those digital doors open and welcoming!

6. SEO Strategy Optimization

SEO can feel like the secret recipe to a killer coffee blend. It’s not static; it evolves. And if you’re not updating your SEO ingredients, your brew (read: rankings) might just fall flat.

Key Takeaway: Regularly revisit your keywords and other SEO elements. Tweak and test based on what’s currently brewing in the world of search engine optimization.

Wrapping Up

At the end of the day, whether you’re running a coffee shop or a website, it’s all about giving your guests – or visitors – the best experience possible. Keep things fresh, fast, and user-friendly, and you won’t just win over your audience; you’ll win over those ever-critical search engines too.

YOUR WEBSITE SHOULD BE AS GREAT AS YOUR BUSINESS IS

 

Ok, you keep hearing that your website is the front door of your business but you just don’t see it. Most of your business comes from referrals and your website is just there. This limits you at only being able to reach the people you can yourself. On top of the fact that when the people you meet see your site, it gives an impression of what it will be like working with you.

You should be confident that your site is up to date, searchable on Google and tells the story as well as you do.

The problem is that your nephew doesn’t have enough experience, you have to manage the freelancer and you don’t want to pay for an expensive site redesign.

The truth is you’re tired of having a website that breaks and is not generating business.

Maintaining your website should be easy. Now it can be. Reach out to learn more about how our team can help you today!

Content is really the lifeblood of a lot of our campaigns and they make things super easy, organized and streamlined, in a way that takes a lot of pressure off of us.
Chris Strange
Principal at Helios Digital Agency
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