What is the number one reason your medical spa isn’t finding the potential customers it needs to grow? You are nowhere to be found on on search engines.
See, your customers are doing research online to find a medical spa. They aren’t paying attention to ads, and they sure aren’t checking the yellow pages. They are going to online search engines like Google & Bing. And to make matters more difficult, they are usually only clicking the first links they see. That’s why medical spa SEO is so important for your success.
But what exactly is spa SEO? It’s a set of practices that makes your website more visible on online searches. It isn’t just about your website, either. The agency’s med spa SEO includes techniques both on and off your site.
With all that in place, your website will soar to the top of search engine result pages (SERPs) — those include the internet’s most popular websites, like Google, Bing and Yahoo. WhooSEO’s spa SEO will increase your web traffic, land you more leads and secure more customers.
Still not convinced? Consider these facts about SEO:
✔ Over 50% of people searching on Google, Bing & Yahoo click on the first three results.
✔ 90% of searchers click on a link that appears on the first page of results.
✔ 64% of total searches are made on mobile devices.
It’s important to remember that SEO isn’t just about technical know-how. You also need excellent content that is relevant to your medical spa services. Search engine algorithms have caught on to people stuffing keywords and manipulating meta tags. And great content also gives your visitors a better experience, converting more of them into paying customers.
In such a competitive space, it’s important to know how your visitors are interacting on your website. That’s why we monitor their activity to get key insights into what’s working.
We ask questions like:
● How much time do they spend on your website?
● Do they visit multiple pages on your site (bounce rate)?
● Do they visit your website repeatedly?
● What is their everyday activity on the website?
● What type of content do they engage with (videos or blogs)?