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The discussion between search engine optimization (SEO) and Pay-per-click (PPC) is most likely the hottest in the arena of online marketing. There are marketing experts who believe that SEO is the best while there a huge number of marketing professionals who argue in the favor of PPC. But what a lot of individuals are not able to realize is that these are not two separate practices. Actually, you can say that PPC and SEO go hand by hand for the success of any marketing campaign. Even, I want to say that SEO is incomplete without PPC and those marketing experts who strongly encourage pure SEO are in fact lacking many things.

More visibility

When you merge Search engine optimization and Pay-per-click you will certainly become more noticeable. Sure, you can have higher ranking with SEO by itself. However, many individuals usually forget that the top three results on Google and other major search engines like Yahoo and Bing are generally Pay-per-click ads. For this reason you should not overlook PPC or minimize your PPC initiatives even if you are at the top of search results SEO. Employing both PPC and SEO technique will significantly improve website traffic and will also increase your chances of making more sales.

Use PPC for Testing Different keywords

If you would like to improve your organic keyword technique then the most effective method to do it is by means of PPC. You can use Pay-per-click ads to analyze the conversion rate of your targeted key terms. With Pay-per-click, you will get instant response on how powerful your targeted keywords are. Then according to the results, you can do changes or focus on a new list of keywords.

Refer PPC Results for SEO

If a technique or a keyword is helpful for Pay-per-click, then it would work for Search engine optimization also. If you desire to know what keywords you should target? What Meta tags and description works the best, than you can consider Pay-per-click ad results. Again, the benefits of Pay-per-click depend on the immediacy of outcomes. And once you figure out the effects, you can instantly employ them to optimize your SEO approach.

 

John Rampton is a PPC Entrepreneur, Author, Founder at Due a finance company helping small business owners. Follow me on Twitter @johnrampton

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