Are you a business owner?
If so, you probably understand the importance of having your website appear on the first page of Google for keyword phrases relating to your services and the location that you work in.
For example if you are a dentist in Croydon, you would like to be ranking for the keyword phrase “dentists in Croydon”.
Do you know what you need to do to improve your search position locally?
Our detailed Local SEO infographic below points out everything you need to get your site ranking well. Click on the infographic to make it larger. Alternatively, please scroll down the page to read the information in text format.
SEO helps small business owners create fast, robust, and user-friendly websites that rank higher in search engines, which in turn helps bring more qualified potential customers to their sites and eventually increases conversion rates.
SEO also helps build brand awareness for your business as search engine users are more likely to trust a site that are on first page of search engine results pages (SERPs) than brands who are not.
If you’re a small business owner, you should utilise SEO to build a strong web presence and bypass your competitions to gain new customers for your business and take it to the next level.
Here are top 5 KEY benefits of SEO for small businesses: (more…)
Every business would love their website to generate them a steady stream of new enquiries, sadly that often isn’t the case!
If you knew that every month there were several 100 people looking online for your products or services wouldn’t you like to take advantage of that demand?
If the answer to the question above is a resounding “YES!”, well today might just be your lucky day!
Starting on the 1st of June 2014 we’re offering all local businesses the opportunity to receive 30 days of free Online Marketing advice. From improving your search ranking positions for “keyword phrases” related to your business to optimising your website’s ability to convert traffic into sales we’ll be here to provide our expertise, free of charge! (more…)