search engine optimisation (SEO)

What is SEO?  And, how can it help you?
Search engine optimisation or SEO is the process of optimising your website so that it has a higher ranking when someone searches for you.  The more visitors you have the more people will see your fantastic books!

It is also important to write great content on your site.  When writing the correct content google and other programs online can pick up key words.  That also helps with bringing your site to the top of the rankings.

How can Bugle Boy Publishing Co. help?
We can increase your website visibility on the Google Rankings!  We have access to many computer savvy experts who will keep your website in check and keep it up to date with the SEO.

Once your website/blog is complete with content and you have it set up the way that you want- the final step is to make sure that you are at the top of your ranking page if your name or website is googled.  A SEO expert can help you with this process.  Please get in touch if you would like to learn more!

Become a SEO rockstar!  Get to the top of the rankings and get maximum exposure now! 

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