Natural SEO / Optimized SEO
The principle of referencing
Referencing a company on the Internet enables it to make its brand and areas of activity known throughout the global Internet.
Why improve search engine optimization?
First and foremost: owning a domain name and a company profile gives you a foothold on the vast network of information highways.
But here's the thing: it's exactly the same principle as businesses doing the same thing in the same town, so how do you deal with competition?
This is where SEO comes into play: after a thorough market study, it's possible to set your business apart from other similar activities by working on your digital referencing.
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Initial referencing or "indexing"
Initial referencing involves registering your business with search engines, mapping services or online directories.
Organic referencing of a website in the normal way, without deliberate content optimization (i.e. without an active strategy), relies primarily on search engines recognizing the site's natural relevance and authority.
This can happen thanks to several factors intrinsic to the site and its content, as well as the way it is perceived by users and other websites.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) refers to all the techniques and strategies implemented to improve a website's visibility and position in search engine results.
The main aim of SEO is to generate organic, qualified traffic to the site, i.e. visitors who come from search results and not from paid advertising.
The aim of SEO is to stand out from the competition by using specific strategies and techniques to improve a site's visibility and ranking in search engine results.
The ultimate goal is to attract more qualified traffic to the site, stand out from competitors and gain visibility with users.
Search Engine Advertising (SEA)
In a sponsored search campaign, also known as SEA (Search Engine Advertising), we use the promotional tools offered by search engines to increase the visibility of our website in paid results.
This approach differs from SEO in that it relies on paid ads, usually in sponsored link format, which appear at the top or bottom of search results.
The technologies used for referencing
Frequently asked questions about referencing
There are several ways to find out if a website is well referenced:
Use ranking tracking tools: There are many online tools available to track a site's ranking for specific keywords. These tools can give an idea of a site's performance in relation to its competitors, and identify areas where it can be improved.
Traffic analysis: A well-referenced site should generate a good level of organic traffic, i.e. visitors arriving on the site via search results rather than sponsored links or links from other sites. Traffic analysis tools can help to understand user behavior on the site.
Check tags: It's important to check title, meta-description and H1 tags to ensure that they are optimized for search engines and contain relevant keywords.
Check the presence of links: Good SEO also depends on the quality and quantity of links pointing to a site, so it's important to check that there are enough quality links pointing to the site.
Check for errors: It's important to check for technical errors on the site, such as 404 pages, broken links, misconfigured redirects, which can negatively affect SEO.
It's important to note that SEO is an ongoing process, so it's important to regularly monitor a site's performance and make the necessary improvements to maintain or improve its ranking.