Organic Search Engine Optimisation

Can your website be found?

The aim is to place your website highly within the major commercial search engine results pages (SERPS) for certain keywords and key phrases so your website receives high organic traffic relevant to your business, which invariably can then be converted into ‘sales’.

93%

Search Engine

93% of all online experiences begin with a search engine with 58% being from mobile.

78%

First 3 Pages

78% of users don’t look beyond the first 3 pages. 28% don’t scroll pass the 2nd page.

80%

Paid Ads

Nearly 80% of users ignore paid ads in search results. 46% of all Google searches are local.

Search engine placement is essential

SEO indicates a series of organic methods / techniques to drive relevant traffic to your website. The aim is to place your website highly within the major commercial search engine results pages (SERPS) for certain keywords and key phrases so your website receives high organic traffic relevant to your business, which invariably can then be converted into ‘sales’.

Dictating successful search engine optimisation is usually a balance between On Page SEO and Off Page SEO. Off Page SEO is required to achieve maximum website performance in SERPS for your target keywords and key phrases

Our SEO health check service manages the way the search engines interact with your website, keeping on top of algorithm changes and spotting potential technical SEO issues and fixing them quickly.

Search engine placement is essential
  1. Increase Rankings
    a.Google isn’t a search engine, Google is a reputation management system. Thus, those at the top are assumed to be leading brands on that chosen
  2. Increase Traffic
    a.With the increase in visibility, comes the increase in traffic. This traffic can come from core generic search terms, or from a broader range of search terms that are more unique to your brand.
  3. Increase Conversions
    a.Once your visitors are on your site do they convert? Are they the right type of visitor? Have they found you because you have optimised your site for the right search terms?
  4. Keyword Research
    a.Being keyword savvy goes a long way to brining relevant visitors to your website. Understanding your business, competitors and target audience is involved here.
  5. Website Analysis
    a.Know where you stand. We’ll review your Google Analytics data and examine your current traffic patterns and how they are using your site.
  6. Competitor Analysis
    a.If you’re not the top of Google, then your competitor is. The question is: Why and how did they get there? We’ll try and figure this out.

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