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The Truth About SEO Tips

Written by Paul Steinbrueck

Today, I have a simple question for you:

Is your church, ministry or business still not where you want it to be?

We’ve been blogging advice about search engine optimization for more than a decade.  Chances are, this is not the first SEO tips article / email you’ve read.

Here’s the Truth about SEO Tips

Sometimes all we need is a little advice and we’re off and running from there.  Last year my clothes dryer stopped working.  I read some articles online, watched a video, and was able to diagnose that the fuse in my dryer had blown, bought a new one for a few bucks and installed it myself.

On the other hand, a while ago the heat pump part of my energy-efficient water heater stopped working.  I read some articles online, ordered a new part, took the cover off and couldn’t install the part myself.  Months later it’s still not fixed.  Don’t worry the conventional components still work so my family has hot water.  But the truth is, I’m stuck.  I don’t have the tools or know-how to do the job, and if I’m honest with myself, I have to admit I’ve been stalling on getting the help of a professional.

Which of these situations describes your search marketing?

Have you gotten the advice you need and you’re making progress on your search marketing?  Or have you been reading SEO tips, hoping you could do it on your own, but after months you are starting to realize either you don’t have the time to do it on your own or you’ve tried and are not getting the results you want?

Post a comment and let us know.

And if it’s the latter, we would love to talk with you about an SEO solution that can get you unstuck and moving toward where you want to be.

About the author

Paul Steinbrueck

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck and add him to your circles at Google+ as +Paul Steinbrueck.

11 Comments

  • Hi Paul. Nice article again, yes my website rank down recently, so I think it not the site which I want it to be before. I have read some seo tips in some seo forum last year, but this year no time and not read again, maybe I should learn some seo knowledge again, google update everyday. 🙂 And in your great site I can also get many much useful tips, thank you Paul. 🙂

  • Look I can give some advice or take care the problem for you. One of the previous comments someone websites went down in rankings. It could be a number of things. Bad seo(black hat), spam links, Google maybe doing its dance and etc. I am an seo. If you email me. I will let you know whats going on and what the resolution maybe. My work is very transparent and I am Christian.

    God Bless You and hope your businesses are being blessed/prospered!

    • It depends on the strength of your site and the competitiveness of keywords your targeting, but generally speaking, you shouldn’t expect organic SEO to get a site onto the first page of the search results in 15 days.

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