-Initial onsite SEO
-Page per page SEO
-Mobile focused SEO
-Focus keyword appropriation
-Focus keyword combination appropriation
-Meta tag, title tag, anchor text and header appropriation
-Site speed optimization
-Google my business page set up and appropriation
-SEO split testing for ongoing performance management
1. Analysis: Study your competitors, your website performance to date, industry sector and trends.
2. Plan: Map out exactly how we will improve your online presence.
3. Tweak: Make necessary changes to website, site architecture, landing pages etc.
4. Implement: Content creation, targeted distribution, link building, social media.
5. Report: Keep you closely informed every step of the way.
6. Results: We deliver 100% on agreed campaign targets
We do not have a ‘one size fits all’ package of services. Instead our services are tailored specifically to the needs of each client and the industry sector that they’re in and can vary from as little as Rs 8,000 per month up to Rs 12,000 per month.
Branding gets recognition
Branding increases business value
Branding generates new customers
Branding creates trust within the marketplace
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Google’s primary job is to surface the most relevant, trustworthy, and authoritative information for any given search while also matching the intent of the search. They do this by way of their ever-evolving algorithm, which ranks the expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness of every URL on the internet based on roughly 250 different factors.
SEO is the practice of optimizing your website and content against each of these factors to give your website the best chance to be highly ranked on searches relevant to your business. SEO is often confused with search engine marketing (SEM), but the goal of SEO is to acquire organic traffic. SEM includes strategies to acquire both organic and paid traffic
SEO is a sea of acronyms and technical terms that can be all too easy to get lost in. The following simple steps are recommended to boost your Google ranking with ease.
- Keep track.
Google Analytics is a brilliant tool to help you monitor the who, when and where of your site’s visitors so that you can better establish the ‘why’.
- Refresh your content
Having stagnant copy will do nothing other than drag your website further down the results page. When you tell Google about new content (i.e. when you update your site’s copy), it drives more traffic to your site. Fresh content is critical for obtaining a better Google ranking. People are more likely to click on articles written recently, and Google wants to offer the most up-to-date information available.
Your copy should also take heed of users’ current search habits. If your website intends to give a user their answer to an “I want to know” question, the copy should include the relevant keywords and offer this answer immediately on the landing page.
Domain SEO is the practice of formatting your domain name in a way that’s optimized for search traffic. In other words, it means creating a domain name that helps your customers find you on search engines such as Google.
Making an SEO-friendly domain name entails making it readable for both your users (that is to say, your customers) and search engines (Google).
This is typically done in two ways: through branding and keyword targeting In the past, website owners would stuff their domain names with keywords in an attempt to rank higher in search engines. This led to the propagation of spammy, low-quality websites that used deceptive marketing in their domain names to get more search traffic.
When is the last time you trusted a company more because of a commercial? I’m sure it’s happened but I’m certain it’s rare.
Marketing is about three things…
- Being Known
- Being a Resource
- Being Trusted