As a business person, somebody who runs one should have a pretty good inkling what an enterprise company is. Sure, you can start out as a Fortune 500 company, but what we’re really talking abou there is a Fortune 1000 or Global 2000 company. These last two enterprise types are not just big companies, but REALLY big companies. I’m sure you can think of a few of them as examples. But a question posed on a Search Engine Land post, is this:
“What makes an enterprise website – i.e., a site that will benefit from enterprise SEO?”
Yes, just like a Fortune 500 company versus a Fortune 1000 and Fortune 2000 enterprise, there is a difference between a typical business website an an enterprise website. In this case, we aren’t really talking about company size, but the size of the website, or more specifically, the number of pages, especially product and services pages. When a website has 1,000 or more products, it could be an enterprise site.
In the same Search Engine Land post that I spoke about earlier, we’ll find information that centers around an enterprise company and their respective website. A question that gets spoken of in this post is whether or not your enterprise company really needs an enterprise SEO, and and vice versa.
If you’re curious about if your enterprise company needs an enterprise SEO or not, why not check out the article written by Tom Schmitz by following the link provided below.