Competitor research for SEO is an overall assessment (both strengths and weaknesses) of a company’s competitors in a specific industry or market. The value of competitor research is in creating a framework that helps identify the opportunities for a site and building an effective strategy around these findings. This module focuses on showing you the process of conducting competitor research and what areas your company should focus on. 寫字樓設計 割雙眼皮 女傭 脫髮成因 Personal Statement Help Birthday Party 婚紗相 Self Storage Hong Kong 貓砂 健身中心 英國寄宿學校推介 Brand strategy HK http://computer-repair.company.org.hk 影音 漏水 游泳班 PMP course pr event management company hong kong wholesale wine 香港批發酒 sparkling wine improve SEO 改善搜尋引擎優化 FLATBED PRINTER 兒童傢俱 Carpets 筆記薄 物理補習 牛皮癬 銀屑病 Psoriasis rc drones 寵物用品速遞 Kitchenware 電召中心 戶外傢俬 DSE mock exam math COPIER PARTS Human Resources Management System 衛衣 球衣 波衫 印字 燙畫 關節炎 18k gold oyster bracelet whoo 嬰兒用品BB產品 個人信貸 00000000000000000000000000000000000000 Business vs. Search Competitors (pmp exam) In SEO, a company’s competitors can be segmented into two major categories: business competitors and search competitors. Business competitors will sell similar products to you and may operate online or offline. However, they may not necessarily do well when it comes to online. They may have a website, but it may not rank very well for the keywords you want to rank for. If you work at an agency, you need to make sure you ask for a list of business competitors from your client. Search competitors will compete for the same keywords as you’re targeting, but they may not be considered direct business competitors. An example here could be if Amazon is ranking for “comfortable mens shoes,” which you are also targeting. They are a search competitor, but you probably wouldn’t count them as a business competitor because they are so diverse and do not specialize in these products.