At the end of 2022, Google added a new SEO guideline factor: experience to make EEAT. If you want your accounting content to rank well, you need to be able to demonstrate your experience of a subject matter.
Accountants who want to generate leads and win more clients will sooner or later realise that they can’t just wait for them to come along – they have to take action. And that’s when they ask, “So, how do I market my accountancy firm, exactly?”
SEO, or search engine optimisation, is a set of practices which boosts the visibility of your website in the SERPs (search engine results page) and increases traffic to your accounting website by allowing you to target your ideal clients. It is crucial for business growth on your website.
You’ve probably heard the term SEO being used by marketers, but how familiar are you with the practice? And do you have the knowledge to implement SEO into your accountancy firm?
Like accounting, marketing can be riddled with jargon which makes it hard for busy practice owners to engage. It’s a shame and not the fault of accountants, so we’ll cut through some of it for you.
We’ll look at two pieces of terminology, two marketing approaches, relating to getting traffic to your website – of course with the ultimate aim of winning new clients.