Ranking in the top spots on Google puts you in front of people who are actively searching for the products and services you offer.
This is what makes search so powerful.
Search can account for more than 45% of all website traffic on SEO optimised sites.
If you’re not ranking at the top of Google for key search terms, get in touch with us.
Ranking at the top of Google is a process.
Our SEO team uses a range of strategies to build up your online presence and website authority so you can climb up the rankings.
The process can take several months.
The time taken depends on the keywords being targeted and how well optimised your site is already.
Search is no longer just about keywords.
Google has introduced a number of rich search experiences including maps, carousels, events, FAQs, answers, business listings and more.
We optimise websites for each of these different products so your organisation can appear across as many relevant Google products as possible.
Our strategies are pre-optimised by design. We build in everything we have learnt over decades of shared experience into our SEO strategies.
As the Google algorithm changes, we continue to try new things to ensure our clients rank in the top search positions.
Every client we serve benefits from this approach. We continue to test-and-learn so we stay out ahead of the competition.
Rank in that #1 spot wherever your customers are searching for you
Rank on Google in the top spots
Drive high-quality traffic to your site
Target keywords that show intent
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