With the right SEO strategy and planning your business can get up to 10x more traffic and significantly more leads.
Start with the RIGHT SEO for your business
What type of Search Engine Optimisation service do you need?
- You sell products online
- You ship nation-wide
- You don’t have a physical store
How do we improve your ranking and how do we do it?
Website ranking is a complex process and often miss understood. Most businesses either stay clear of it or simple ignore its impact.
Because it’s a complex process, it can be costly and lengthy. However, we have simplified the process so that you can understand the work we do and the results they produce.
We focus on the key ranking factors to get the best results in the shortest time possible. If you have a limited budget we put all our effort on the most important factors first.
We have simplified the process into four groups
Onsite SEO | Offsite SEO | Technical SEO | Content Development
TOP SEO ranking factors in our SEO Check List
Image Alt Tags
H1, H2, H3 Corrections
Blogs and Contents Depth
- No. of Refering Domains
- No. of Backlinks
- Authority of Referring Domains
- DoFollow or NoFollow Links
- Backlink Anchor Text
- Alt Tag from Linking Image
- Guest Posts
- Diversity of Link Types
- Contextual Links
- Link Location in Content
Click Through Rate (CTR)
Robots.txt missing or faulty
Same Page with Multiple URLs
SSL Certificate Missing
Bloated CSS, JS & HTML Files
Image file sizes
Create quality Content
Fix thin content and pages
Upload fresh content
Optimise existing content
Optimise Images with Alt Tags
Add relevant Keywords
Use headings properly
Clean layout and readability
Human readable content
Website SEO Audit
Regardless of what you need, the first step is a thorough audit of your website and existing SEO.
An SEO audit will uncover technical problem with your server, codes and software. You will also find out issues regarding your content, keywords, indexing, internal links, backlinks, missing tags, and much more.
Do you have a SEO strategy?
There is a lot you can do online to optimise your website to increase traffic.
Ground-rule is that it’s by far the easiest to optimise if you have a proper address in a region/city. If you want to optimise for an area or suburb that you are not located in physically, your main tool for optimisation is content.
You should simply write a lot about that area. We found that often, this leads to forced pages that have little to do with the business at hand. It’s clear that these pages are only added for SEO reasons.
But if you are running a local business, things like word-of-mouth and a print brochure also contribute to local SEO.
Local SEO consists of a number of factors that help you address your local audience by better rankings in search engines. It’s not just optimising your address or your social media strategy; it’s all these things combined that we call local SEO.
Social Media Presence
If you mention your website and social profiles on your offline communication or promotion, your Facebook or Instagram likes might go up, your Twitter followers could increase, and the direct traffic on your website will get higher.
One way this will be visible to Google as well, albeit indirect perhaps. But you can see a spike in traffic as potential customers who are interested in your business will look your business up and do some research.
Search Engine Optimisation requires a strategic and targeted approach with over a dozen of factors contributing majority of the results. However, there 100s of other small factors that need to be correct and in place to reduce chances of errors and issues with search engine bots.
Brick-and-mortar businesses wanting to win against competitors should make sure all the local signals across Google’s local search landscape are consistent and correct.