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Where you rank matters! And whether or not your listing is above the fold in natural search results or on page two or beyond impacts the click through rate. The only thing better than one result in the top 10 in Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines is two search results in the top 10.

How to Double Traffic and Conversions

This post from the past, amply dubbed >>> SEO Tips to Double Rankings, Traffic and Conversion <<< is one method you can implement to replace competitors with a double listing (on the same page) from your website. Proper SEO is about developing enough critical mass and authority (to occupy more than one result), but at least after reading the post, you will have a better idea on how to implement it in future use to generate more click-throughs and conversion.

As stated above, this is merely one tool in the SEO toolbox, but a good tip to get in front of more prospects search for solutions to their dilemma. Stay tuned for more posts from the past from the SEO Design Solutions Blog.

As always, comments are open and welcomed. Here is the link to the original post SEO Tips to Double Rankings, Traffic and Conversion, pass it on if you like it.

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In 2006, Jeffrey Smith founded SEO Design Solutions (An SEO Provider who now develops SEO Software for WordPress).

Jeffrey has actively been involved in internet marketing since 1995 and brings a wealth of collective experiences and marketing strategies to increase rankings, revenue and reach.

3 thoughts on “How to Double Up on Traffic and Conversions
  1. Garcia says:

    there some idea here!

  2. Jerrywhyte says:

    Great post. I have always seen some of my blog web pages showing up in google search engine with double and triple listing by chance, i have tried learning how to do this at will but to no avail.

    Thank god for this great post of yours its was so informative and enlightening

  3. Ralph Parker says:

    i was also wondering how on one page of google your website appears in three or four different spots on the page

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