We have been helping big brands and small businesses alike to dominate the search engines and drive more traffic, revenue and profits online since 2007
We only care about one thing, increasing our client’s revenue and profit. Internet traffic is useless if it doesn’t convert into a lead or sale for your business. Unlike most of our competition, we focus on creating a custom SEO strategy tailored to your business. Did you know that almost 90% of buyers search online before they purchase a product or service? Simply put, we put your business in front of those buyers. Build your websites authority & brand online and in return you will be rewarded with higher rankings and more high quality traffic. High quality traffic = BUYERS.
Understanding your customers and what they need, will help you solve the problems that they are searching for someone to fix.
Our SEO team will create top-notch, optimized content and blogs for your website, while leveraging the power of social media to build your brand and authority online. A lot of SEO companies will try to sell you on the amount of clicks, impressions, reviews or whatever else they promise. We disagree. It’s not about the quantity of traffic, it’s about the quality. Anyone can flood a website with useless traffic. But what’s the point? If it doesn’t convert into leads or sales, it is 100% useless to your company. Our search marketing professionals only employ white-hat SEO techniques and are compliant with the Google webmaster guidelines.
To improve a websites position in a search engine, you have to know how search engines and their algorithms work. Search engines categorize web pages based on many different factors including keywords. Keywords help tell a “search spider” what this particular page is about. Once the spiders know what it is about they go back to Google and report what they found. A great SEO company will know how to make sure only the best most relevant web pages and content is reported back. It is important that your web pages have only high quality, relevant content and terms that align with the overall theme of your website. Here’s an example: You have a website about skydiving and your website is filled with information and products pertaining to skydiving.
If this is the case you should not have keywords, terms or even content about racing cars or some other extreme sport, that is not relevant to your website. Google loves relevancy. Most search engines use computer programs or “algorithms” called spiders or crawlers to search the web and analyze individual pages floating around the internet. These programs read web pages and index them according to the terms that show up often and in important sections of the web page. There is no way for a search spider to know your page is about skydiving and skydiving related products unless you use the right keywords in the right places along with many other more technical factors. A web page needs to be formatted and laid out a certain way.