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SEO for new businesses in North Carolina

When a North Carolina business starts up, it is important that the owner considers how to establish the organization online, and search engine optimization is a popular way of doing so. SEO focuses on putting a website at or near the top of search results, making it more likely that people will visit a site. This can help grow brand recognition and draw in new customers.

Although being found in search results can be very important to a new company's success, many owners have not yet formulated an SEO strategy. According to a small business digital marketing survey done this year, about half of businesses with a website do not employ SEO for their site.

However, many of these companies are planning to take advantage of SEO, with 60 percent of small businesses intending to use the strategy by 2017. Organizations looking to improve their search engine ranking may want to consider using a service instead of trying to figure the process out on their own. SEO strategiescan be time consuming to implement, and the process can take a while to learn. This time and effort may be better spent on growing a business.

People who areestablishing a business need to think about things like marketing and how to find the right employees, but it's also essential that the legal obligations of the new venture are understood. Depending upon several variables that can include the number of employees and the nature of the business, there are a variety of federal, state and local laws and regulations that will need to be followed. An attorney who has experience with business start-ups can be a source of this type of information.

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