How SEO Ranking Can Improve Your Customer Experience | Nick Trueman

Today’s Guest Nick Trueman

Here's a summary of the great stuff that we cover on this show:

  • Google prioritizes clean and readable website code, rewarding it with better rankings.
  • Fast-loading, mobile-friendly sites improve customer experience and rankings, while slow-loading pages lead to user abandonment.
  • A well-structured site with relevant headers and compelling content, including strategic keywords, contributes to higher Google rankings and increased traffic.
  • Mobile-friendly sites are essential, as bad customer experiences may result in negative reviews and potential customer loss.
  • SEO improvements positively impact customer experience, emphasizing the need for relevant content at each stage of the customer journey to build trust and achieve high Google rankings.

Links & Resources from today’s show

Screaming Frog

Winning with Shopify Podcast

For small businesses - Just Ask Parker

For scaling and growing business - Spec

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