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The main objective of many SEO efforts is to attract new customers from search engine referrals, meaning potential customers that do not already know about your products or services. These ‘non-branded’ SEO search visits provide an opportunity to introduce your company to those prospects that may not know you.
But what about visits from prospects that are looking for your brand specifically?
Users have been asking for it for years and Mark Zuckerberg is finally answering the call. That’s right, Facebook finally is getting a “dislike” button to go along with the popular “like” button feature. So what does this mean? Well, as a user it means you’ll finally get to express your opinion to that one friend who takes too many pictures of their food instead of eating it or that other one who insists on using seven hashtags in every post.