Get found - Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
There are an estimated 5 billion web pages on the internet and 7 million more are added every day. So how do you compete?
By having a site that search engines notice.
Search engines (like Google) examine key words and phrases, page content, headings and titles, image tags, and other material. To maximise your site’s chances of being found and featured prominently it must have words, phrases and content searchers are looking for. That means your site content must be well crafted.
Convert your visitors to customers
Search engine optimisation (SEO) is the process of improving the structure, copy and HTML code on a website with the aim of improving that website’s chances of being returned high in the search results of a search engine or directory. Search engine optimisation is a proven and effective method of delivering high volumes of customers to websites.
Optimise your site
You can use paid advertising and features like Google AdWords to ensure your website is in the face of the users, but having the right key words, phrases and content - organic search engine optimisation is a low-cost way of promoting your website and It's especially effective for niche offerings.
It can take time to reap the full benefits of optimising your website, but once the work is done you’ve got what you need to attract targeted traffic.
Optimising your site for search engines is a worthwhile investment. You pay once for basic optimisation and the results will show.
But remember, search engines may get visitors to your website, but you have to give them a reason to stay. That means premium content and a site that’s easy to navigate.
Achieving top rankings
Because search engines use different and complex systems to rank websites, and the systems are constantly changing, no one can guarantee top rankings for any particular search.
I use my expertise to get your site the best possible rankings in the major search engines and directories.
A site may look good, but they must be tuned to capture the searcher.