Are you already paying for marketing, but it doesn’t seem to move the needle? Are you confused about what it will take to bring in more people through your door? You aren’t the only veterinarian who feels this way.
In the 21st century, business success often comes down to one factor: you’re ranking on search engines. Why? Because today, people are searching for veterinarians using search engines like Google and Bing. And most people are only clicking on links that appear on the first page of search engine results pages (SERPs).
Veterinary SEO gets your website to the top of SERPs. That means more people clicking on your link. That drives a massive amount of traffic to your website and gets more people to choose you as their vet.
But what is SEO really? It’s a set of techniques and design principles that make your website more attractive to search engine algorithms. And with SEO for vets from WhooSEO, it also includes making your website a better experience for visitors and helping convert more of them into paying customers.
Still not convinced? Consider these facts about veterinary SEO:
✔ Search engines are the source of 93% of online traffic.
✔ Over 50% of search engine users click on one of the first three links.
✔ 92% of traffic goes to links that appear on the first page of results.
✔ 88% of people who searched for a local business spent money there within a day.
✔ 46% of Google searches are trying to find local information.
One of the most powerful forms of veterinary website optimization is creating compelling, hyper-shareable content. That’s why our team creates this for you, covering all the many topics that concerned pet and livestock owners are asking. This brings in an enormous amount of traffic to your site, builds your brand, and converts people into lifelong customers.
And once these visitors come to your website, we track their user experience. This gives us deep insights into how your content is performing. We ask questions like:
● Do they visit your website repeatedly?
● What is their everyday activity on the website?
● How much time do they spend on your website?
● What type of content do they like to engage with?
● Do they visit multiple pages on your site (ex. bounce rate)?