The most relevant words are important in good SEO, and The Most Relevant can give you the most relevant words. so your content stands out every time.
SEO is the common digital marketing shorthand for search engine optimization. This is a process of "optimizing" your website and pages so that search engines can find your site and list it prominently on its search results for certain keywords or keyword phrases.
While it can be put forth in conjunction with a PPC strategy, it actually can run independently. Basically, search engines run an algorithm that searches the trillions of web pages for certain keywords or keyword phrases and places those pages on its search result pages in order according to its "relevance" to the keywords or phrases, and that is usually based on the number of times a keyword or phrase appears on a page while still looking organic and natural.
No, putting the word "dolphin" 100 times on a page with very little other writing does not make the page "relevant" to a search topic of "What is a dolphin?" SEO involves organic writing and very strategic placement and use of keywords or keyword phrases (this is called "keyword density"). At The Most Relevant, we have exceptional content creators available who know how to write original, engaging content that interests visitors while providing just the right amount of keyword density and the right placement of the keywords or phrases so the web "crawlers" employed by the search engines will find your website and position it high on the relevance listings for various search terms.
An SEO strategy can be employed well if you have a website that usually requires regular content updates, or if you plan to have a blog on your site where you produce content on a regular editorial schedule. If you fit into either one of both of these camps, an SEO marketing strategy might be an effective use of your resources, and The Most Relevant has the expertise and creativity to make your SEO a favorite of the search engines, so you can be at the top of page 1 of web search results every time, regardless of the search engine that is used.