Most Important Things we can Learn from Organic Search Result
(Feb 16, 2012, 300 word article for client email@example.com)
If you’ve ever bought something off the web from reading a real and honest recommendation about it, then you’ve come across organic content. In its basic sense, organic content is an unpaid information or advice found on various blogs or websites telling their experience on the specific product or service (as opposed to commercialized ads on websites). When readers type in specific keywords and several results come up, the searches are known as Organic Search Results.
People mostly rely on Organic content since it is straightforward about the specific product’s reviews that come from real people who have tried it. Even though they are unpaid, they are effective marketing tools because of their capability to boost customer confidence.
Have you observed how people get turned off by advertisements? It’s the same situation with the web. Paying to be put on top of search results in search engines gives the impression of mediocrity. If your content is truly relevant to the search, then why pay for good placement? This mindset backfires the intent of marketability. People do not really trust these kinds of sites. They trust links that come out naturally because they show a greater chance of relativity.
Constantly putting organic content to your site gives the impression that you care for your customers as much as you care for the credibility of your business. Not only that, adding pure information patents your in depth knowledge of the service you are offering. These factors builds greater trust with your customers which then results to a well-stabilized business.
A recent research headed by a media company shows that ninety-nine percent of purchases rooted from organic search results.
They have become so effective that even google, who was once famous for separating the organic and the paid search results, has tainted its disparity for both. Pressures from advertisers had mixed both the advertisements and the organic results.
There are more benefits from keeping it natural. Not only is it cheap by not paying for advertisements, it also keeps you in the relevant search. Maintaining relevant content will link other websites to you which plants you on the results page for a long time.