Do you ever wonder why some photographers have so much work? What’s their secret to finding jobs, clients, and making print sales?Their secret is that they have high rankings on search engines.
Today, people search for everything online. If they need a photographer or want to buy prints, they go to websites like Google and Bing. But it isn’t enough to just be online. Most people only click links on the first page.
That’s what makes photography SEO mission critical. SEO is a set of techniques that place you at the top of search engine result pages (SERPs). It optimizes everything from the technical side to the content side so that search engine algorithms choose your website to be the first result.
Our team carries out sophisticated SEO services for photographers with an expert team utilizing the best tools available anywhere. That guarantees high placement on the SERPs and major growth for your photography business.
Still not convinced? Consider these facts about photography SEO:
✔ 68% of all online activity begins with visiting a search engine.
✔ 90% of searchers click on a link that appears on the first page of results.
✔ 88% of people who searched for a local business spent money there within 1 day.
No matter what kind of photography you do, you need a strong content strategy to capture as much relevant, organic traffic as possible. WhooSEO leverages the media you already have, turning it into highly shareable content that brings unprecedented numbers of people to your website. And we make necessary changes to boost your conversion rate — making more visitors paying customers.
In today’s highly competitive online space, photography website SEO depends on what your website visitors do while they are there. That’s why we track activity to answer multiple questions, like:
● How much time do visitors spend on your website?
● What type of content do they engage with (blog videos etc)?
● Do they visit your website repeatedly?
● Do they visit multiple pages on your site (bounce rate)?
● What is their everyday activity on the website?
Most of these questions are in fact the key factors that may indicate your site authority on the SERPs.