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If you’re the person in your organization that is responsible for getting more traffic to your website, you’ve likely heard about SEO — or, Search Engine Optimization.
You probably did some research to figure out just what this “SEO” thing was and how to apply it to your site. And if you’re like most people, your eyes may have started to gloss over when you started seeing phrases like “algorithm” and “latent semantic indexing” and “canonicalization.”
You’re not alone! SEO is a complex process with many moving parts. There is no simple “push-this-button-and-get-to-the-top-of-the-search-engine” button. Looking online, you’ll find thousands of posts with seemingly contradictory points of view and strategies on how to optimize a website.
This guide and action plan exists to cut through all the hype and confusion so that you can start optimizing your web presence immediately.