Search Engine Optermisation
Why Search Engine Optermisation?
You could have amazing products and an amazing website, but if your site can not be found then there is no point in having a website at all. If they can’t find you, they can’t buy from you -that makes Search Engine Optermisation a Critical function!
It’s all about getting your website found.
In todays markets, serach engine optermisation and promotion are serious business, it is now the single most important aspect of obtaining on-line success.
Every site we undertake is search engine optermised from the moment it goes live, and we work alongside you to maintain an ongoing SEO and online marketing strategy to get your site found by any potential customers. It need to be stated that “regular” review of metadata and keywords needs to be undertaken as trends and google are constantly changing and evolving.
Search Engines, Social Media & all the nuts and bolts needed
Sucessful Search Engine Ranking is a combination of many elements.
Metadata that is held in all websites, keywords, google submission, google local and social media all play a part to collectively raise your ranking position.
Google also offer pay-per-click (PPC) or Google Shopping campaigns to tunnel traffic to your website or landing pages to boost sales.
Develop, Measure and Analytics
SEO is a discipline in its own right. It changes so fast that it’s often hard to keep up with the latest practices for getting your website ranked in Google.
All SEO activities should be measured for performance. It’s an unknown quantity when dealing with optermisation and therefore we need to “Tweek” parameters occasionally to maintain or improve ranking – only measurement of performance (analytics) would give you such an insight.
PLANNING YOUR NEXT PROJECT?
If you are planning a website, web application or Social Media Campaign give us a call (It cost nothing to talk), and if we meet to discuss the project in depth we will even get the coffees in.
Call: 01623 792421
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