Search Engine Optimisation


Helping customers find your website!

It just takes a few minutes in a marketing conversation these days for the word “search engine optimisation” to come up. Let’s call it SEO since that’s what you’ve undoubtedly heard it called. For those who aren’t members of the mystical guild of marketers, SEO is the process of determining when and where your company appears in prominent search engine results. There’s a lot more to SEO than meets the eye.

Site Setup & Coding
Headings & Titles
Conversions & Goals
Rich Content
Localised SEO

Internal Linking
Site Speed
Mobile Optimisation
Link Building
Blog & Articles
Meta Tags

What is SEO?

Search Engine Optimisation

As we see rising online spending once again, every company wants to compete for that valuable real estate. That property shows up higher in searches. SEO is the process of optimising your internet platforms in order to boost traffic. Is it necessary for you and your company to learn more about SEO? Is it necessary to hire someone to manage all of your content?

Why Should You Invest In SEO?

When it comes to SEO, this is one of the most easy questions to answer. When conducting a Google search, 95% of potential consumers or clients look no further than the first page. In a brutally honest manner, appearing on any page other than page one is worthless. That 95% of individuals would rather scroll back up and modify their search terms than go to the bottom of the search results.

How Does SEO Works?

How do you appear on Google?

This is where things become a little more complicated. Google assigns a particular rating to each website. Several major elements influence this rating. Although Google’s researchers are reticent to offer us marketers a complete analysis of what elements influence ranking, we do know a handful of the most important ones.


You’ve probably heard the term “keywords” more than you’d like by now. They are, after all, more than significant to be discussed as extensively as they are. Keywords are phrases and keywords that are particular to your line of business, and it is these terms that a potential consumer is looking for. When you search for ‘Kwikfit Stockport’ for example, the sites that include those phrases the most are likely to appear closer to the top of the organic search (under paid ads)


Backlinks are another aspect that has a major impact on your SEO. Backlinks are external website connections that direct visitors to your site. Because other websites reference and link to your material, Google gains trust in your website as a reliable source of information.


Because SEO is so fixated, it is far more successful than other kinds of marketing. As a result, knowing your audience, the content they want to read, and how they want to see it is critical. It’s a waste of effort to use SEO to target everyone because individuals of all ages and backgrounds speak in different ways. Make sure your marketing agency understands who your website is aimed at.

Web Design

Excellent web design and SEO is paramount when you’re using SEO to bring traffic to a website. If your website is badly built, it’s probable that your visitors will leave after landing on your site. They’ll seek for something that provides readily digestible information and is simple to browse, making it easy for any potential consumers to locate what they’re searching for.


Moving up the SEO ladder takes effort, and good SEO takes patience. It isn’t something that happens in a flash. A as a business owner, you should be patient with your SEO professional, as the process sometimes needs several tiny changes and adjustments until it is perfected. Because SEO isn’t a fast cure, find an agency you can trust right away. Someone you can speak with frequently

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