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What To Do if Your Organization is Resisting Your SEO Efforts
Posted By Joe On May 20, 2009 @ 1:13 pm In Basic SEO Tips,Social Media & SEO | No Comments
With the nature of our lovely blog, we discuss how to best optimize your website for search engines. However, what do you do if you work with/for a company that is resisting and/or are incapable of making the robust SEO changes you have planned?
What’s holding you back?
There could be a few reason that your company/client are incapable of making SEO changes:
Of course, you and I know that optimizing a site has numerous benefits (too many to count) but sometimes you will hit these obstacles. Even if you scream from the highest cubicle wall that you can increase traffic, sales and revenue, no one is listening. Sometimes these obstacles are made of stone and you can’t move them. But you can go around them.
Can’t move the wall? Find a door!
You may fall into one of the pre-mentioned categories or perhaps your limitations are solely unique. Either way, the SEO work isn’t getting done. If you are being held back by these circumstances, there are a few work-arounds that can allow you to optimize the site in question, even if it’s only in incremental pieces:
Perhaps you run into no roadblocks in your SEO initiatives. If so, that’s great! But if you are working within an organization with similar issues, perhaps these are some helpful solutions to get your SEO campaign off the ground.
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