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OnlineMarketing.nl Launches New SEO Strategy Geared Toward Surging Dutch Market

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Covering Google’s ranking factors in their entirety is the key to mastering the Dutch online market, publishes rubendevries.nl

Rotterdam, Netherlands – December 24, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Reports released earlier this year point to a surge in the number of Netherlands-based websites of late as well as an uptick in the foreign websites attempting to succeed in this segment of the market. These upward trends are expected to continue for the years to come, making online competition increasingly fierce for businesses vying for consumers’ attention. In light of this development, Ruben de Vries of OnlineMarketing.nl has launched the Dutch SEO Specialist‘s latest online marketing strategy.

“Creating a website is hard work without a doubt,” said de Vries, “but the true struggle doesn’t even begin until the site goes live. With so many websites out there and more cropping up every day, businesses face a wide range of challenges in making sure their target audiences choose theirs over those of the competition. I’ve built up an extensive background in this realm, and I’m now passing the benefit of my experience along to other entrepreneurs. With my new, highly effective SEO strategy, foreign companies can now conquer the Dutch search results pages.”

Research conducted across the globe indicates a wide range of aspects factor into how well a website ranks in search engine results. Google, the company owning an estimated 95 percent of the Netherlands search engine market share, holds websites to stringent standards during the indexing and ranking process. Authoritative backlinks, coding, social media presence, page loading speed, keyword use and written content quality are only a few of the search engine’s criteria.

While certain ranking factors apply to websites across the board, some variations do exist based on industry and niche. In particular, ecommerce SEO has a distinctive set of requirements in conjunction with those considered to be universal. Increased use of interactive elements and appropriately coded images are among the elements known to set ecommerce websites apart. Though written content may be secondary for retail site visitors, Google has deemed this aspect no less important for ecommerce businesses in terms of indexing and ranking.

Concluded de Vries, “Digital marketing is a complicated field with a number of factors going into a successful marketing campaign. In order to draw in customers, websites have to be seen by the public. Visibility requires proving relevance in Google’s eyes. No matter where a company’s headquarters may be, local SEO is the key to dominating any market, and my new, proven strategy is designed to help business owners master this aspect and go on to outshine their competitors.”

About OnlineMarketing.nl:

Owned and founded by SEO Specialist, Ruben de Vries, OnlineMarketing.nl is dedicated to helping businesses conquer the Dutch market through ethical and effective SEO tactics.

Contact Info:
Name: Ruben de Vries
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Organization: OnlineMarketing.nl
Address: Kipstraat 4
Phone: +3110 3030222
Website: http://www.rubendevries.nl/en/dutch-seo-specialist/

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