How Enterprise Businesses Can Maximize Profits Using SEO

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Written by Robb Fahrion

Robb Fahrion is a Co-Founder and Partner of Flying V Group. He is passionate about helping businesses grow using the power of the internet. Robb graduated from Chapman University in Orange, CA and currently resides in Costa Mesa, CA. Robb enjoys writing about digital marketing, helping his clients turn their dreams into reality, and he is a HUGE Mike Trout fan.

November 16, 2021

How Enterprise Businesses Can Maximize Profits Using SEO

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Is your Enterprise business looking for new ways to boost returns on investment?

61% of online marketers said they would either increase their SEO budget or keep it the same. 

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Do you know why this percentage of marketers would want to continue using SEO strategies?

When you have tried out something and reaped its benefits, you will not need a soothsayer to tell you to continue with it. Some would even want to go further so that they can get maximum benefit.

More people use the Google search engine to drive traffic to their website, making Google the most prominent traffic driver. It currently processes more than 3.5 billion searches daily and 1.2 trillion searches yearly worldwide.

The truth is that if you are looking to have a good return on investment for your enterprise business, you will need to invest in SEO.

While some online business owners may have just started investing in SEO, others saw the importance of SEO ahead and had invested in it many years before most online business owners knew what it was. Because of this, their websites have accumulated a lot of pages.

These pages contain several thousands of content which have driven traffic to the site and led the business to grow to a massive level.

This category of people is now running what is known as Enterprise SEO.

What is Enterprise SEO?

All businesses are not the same; one thing that differentiates them is their size and popularity. The way you run a company with only 50 staff cannot be the same way you run a company that has 5000 team members.