SEO Services

Get your website found in searches for your key products and services

You've spent all that time and effort (and probably money) getting your website ready, now you need to think about how you are going to get people to visit it. 

How will people find your website? With over 3 billion searches on Google per day, odds are that a search engine will be their starting point. Now, if people have heard of you and search for your business name (and provided that your business name is pretty unique) you should come up in the search results. But if people haven't heard of you and are searching for your products or services then you might need an SEO boost.

Whether you bake birthday cakes or repair cars think how many other businesses like yours want their website to come up first in Google for the same search terms. How do you get your website to show up highest in the results on a search engine like Google or Bing?

That's where Search Engine Optimisation comes in. But SEO doesn't rely on one thing, in fact it's said that there are 200 factors in the algorithms that Google uses to determine which are the most relevant websites results to show for a search query. 

Keywords still count but search engine's have got smarter, so its not just about how many times you use a particular key phrase or term you know people are searching for; Google can also gauge how relevant your website is for that search term. 

If that wasn't enough to be keeping up with  - apparently Google tweaks their algorithms twice a day to ensure they are consistently returning the most relevant results. 

SEO Factors

Keywords

Website Stucture

Headings

URLs

Links

Images

Bounce Rate

Reviews

Time on Site

Responsiveness

Louise Mason Your Marketing Specialist

How I help

I can help you get found for the products and services you want to be found for, and that your ideal customers are searching for. 

You can work with me adhoc whenever you need on SEO projects, I can get you up and running from scratch, or you can hire me on a monthly retainer to keep all your SEO activities up to date.

SEO

What is SEO?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation

The most commonly known search engines are Google and Bing, they are often the default home page when you open your web browser. The art of getting your website to show up in the search results on these pages is called search engine optimisation. This was typically done by optimising the use of keywords and phrases on your web pages so that these pages 'rank' or display in the results lists when those words are searched for. Although today there are many more contributing factors than just keywords when it comes to optimising your website for search.

Jargon Buster

For more explanations of SEO related terms that you might not be familiar with check out the Jargon Buster.