Optimise your website for success and give it the best chance at ranking higher in search results for your keywords.
We provide you with your own custom dashboard and tailored reporting, we understand that most of our customers are busy and when they need data they need it immediately.
With no lock-in contracts, choose an option that best suits your business needs. Speak with our highly skilled SEO specialists to get started today.
Up to 6 Keywords
$200 set up fee
Up to 15 keywords
$300 set up fee
Up to 30 Keywords
$400 set up fee
Seo is the use of best web practices to allow information you publish on your website to be discovered and understood. SEO is about understanding how people use search engines such as google, bing, etc to find your product or services online.
Search engines give your page a ranking by matching the relevance of your page and content to the term used to find your website.
Weeks, months or sometimes years. It depends on what niche your business is in. A large and solid website could see results in a couple of weeks whilst a new website may be months. SEO is an ongoing process that requires a strategic approach. SEO is never “done”
We highly recommend SEO is implemented during the creation of your website. It is much easier to build SEO into your website during development phase than to build it in afterwards.
Having good content doesn’t necessarily mean you will rank high in Google. It is important to have high quality content that provides value to your readers. However, this does not guarantee success. There are other websites that could have content that is not as good as yours. Everyone wants to be on page one of Google, but after all, back links will be the ones to make a true difference. The recipe for SEO success is high quality content and high quality back links from authoritative domains. One without the other will not work.
On-page SEO is the practice of optimising elements on your website for search engines. This includes but isn’t limited to content on your website, blogs, HTML, and images on your website. On-page SEO covers many different techniques and disciplines such as website speed, content, blogging, user experience and more. All areas of your website that Google sees is subject to on-page optimisation.
Off-page SEO is the practice of optimising elements off of your website for search engines. The best example if off-page SEO is back-links, however there are many other elements such as social media, external blogs ad many other factors that come into play.
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