Is SEO a better Option than PPC?

eSearchLogix

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Hey

Well, many people confused about whether to choose SEO or PPC. I would say both have their own importance. But PPC cant work alone without SEO.

SEO- One Should choose SEO who wants to Rank his website for a long time. because SEO helps any website to retain the current rank for a longer period of time and gain visitors. Most of the website owners choose Top SEO Experts to perform SEO on their Sites.

PPC- One Should Choose PPC who want to gain traffic to their website within no time because PPC takes less time. This type of advertising is prefered by businesses who launch their products and wants customers to their website to sell the products.
 

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SEO click-through rates are usually higher than PPC so you can drive more users to your website through organic traffic. It will be more profitable if you will focus on SEO and spending less on paid search.
 

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Hi folks,
Will it be more beneficial if we focus more on SEO rather than spending more on PPC?
Please share your thoughts!
As far as I am aware, there should be no confusion about choosing PPC or SEO traffic methods. I would say it depends on where you are aiming. Suppose you are like some people who own a website and are not interested in selling anything on or with it, except providing information of some sort to visitors. In that case, you can go through the ordeal of wait 12 to 24 or even 36 months for Google to rank your site before traffic start trickling in.
However, if your goal is to make money online through affiliate marketing or selling some service, you shouldn't be interested in SEO. It will take ages for Google to rank your site before visitors begin arriving; you should choose PPC.

So, as said, if your business online is the selling of products or services, then don't even waste your precious time considering SEO; PPC would be the way to go.
I've heard it said that SEO click-through rates are usually higher than PPC, but that's an erroneous statement, and even if they are close, you still have to wait a long time for Google to rank your site before you can begin to see those click-through rates.

And just for the sake of information: You don't need a website to sell online, though you can use one if you so choose.
 

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I think both complement each other. SEO is for the long gain.

I think its only around 50% of users click the first organic result on google.
 

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According to my experience PPC is better than SEO. In PPC we can get result in quickly but in SEO we get result after a long time when targeted keywords will rank than we can get result in PPC.
 

robertvincent

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Hi folks,
Will it be more beneficial if we focus more on SEO rather than spending more on PPC?
Please share your thoughts!
Actually it depends, if the site based on eCommerce then only have to do ppc because of there is no way to do seo on eCommerce site. Again if the site based on service, blog, affiliate site there need to do seo.

Another thing is people always dont believe in ads, because, by ads anybody can rank on top till certain period, on that way seo takes times to rank, and without quality no one cant rank on first page.
Now, its up to you what should you do.
 

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Organic search engine traffic can provide an improved ROI over traditional forms of paid media and certainly improve upon PPC. Cost. While SEO is neither cheap nor easy, it will generally be more cost-effective than all other marketing tactics for delivering brand awareness and relevant traffic to your website
 

idontwanna

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If you want your question to be answered because you are not sure what to prioritize or put more effort into, then I would say yes. SEO can really be tricky and arduous when setting up, but its rewards are long-lasting. While that is happening, you need a complementing strategy, which is where PPC comes in.
 
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