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There are many reasons why you could be failing your Thousand Oaks SEO campaign to get you where you need to be. The first one being is have you started a blog? Did you know blogging, content creation, is one way if not the best way to get traffic to your website? It makes sense, the more content you put out there the more likely you’ll be found, right?
You’re Not Blogging
Start a blog to build traffic to your website. And get backlinks from your followers by increasing your online presence. Nowadays, it’s easy to start a blog, you can even do it for free. I’ve even written you a guide on how to get WordPress up and running today. All you’ve got to do is pick out your blogging theme and you’re all set.
With blogging, you can let people know about your business. Know your areas of expertise and grow their trust to start forming your online business relationship.
You’re Not Social
How many of those social usernames have you grabbed? You can check at knowem.com to see if your handle or username is still available for the most popular social media platforms. You should by now have Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram at the very least. But, don’t forget about Google Plus and YouTube they are a great way of getting your name out there for your Thousand Oaks SEO campaign.
You’re Not Building Links
Start submitting your website to online directories like Yelp, Google My Business, and Yellow Pages to name a few. Getting links to your website and blog from local directories and social platforms is a huge reason of why you could be failing your local SEO campaign.