The shortcut SEO stands for “Search engine optimization”.
Users have always used search engines when searching the internet. The most common search engine we use is google.com, followed by engines such as yahoo.com or bing.com.
For further simplification, we have put together an example of how SEO works. Let’s say you drive a car made by Mitsubishi and you live in Frýdek-Místek. You need to get your car fixed and you decide to use the internet to find a repair shop. You are most likely to search for something along the lines of “Mitsubishi repair shop Frýdek-Místek”, or “Mitsubishi Frýdek-Místek”, or any other relevant key phrase. Your search engine will give you the results. Firstly, it will show you results with the word “Ad” at the beginning. Your common search results will show up after the ads. The order in which these sites will show up is determined by SEO settings. If you want your website to show up at the front positions of search engines, you need an agency to optimize your website for search engines, or in other words, configure SEO settings.
Influence of competition on the price of SEO
SEO is continuous, therefore a constant activity. We have of course come across examples, where precisely configuring on-page factors was enough to assure large success of the page. But this only occurs in non-competitive fields. This rule certainly doesn’t apply in a competitive field. When there are hundreds of companies competing on the SEO market, it comes down to the abilities of the company, which takes care of your SEO. From this information it is clear, that the price of SEO is determined by the amount of competition on the market.