What is SEO?
SEO, also referred to as search engine optimization, helps you target the keywords most suitable for your products and services, and scatters them throughout the content on your website.
This way, when the little search engine robots “crawl” your site to find out what you’re all about, and where to put you in the search rankings, it will associate you with those specific keywords! Without SEO, your website, and business, is only reaching a fraction of its potential!
Your website is one of the most important parts of your business. Your current, and potential customers, rely on your website to find out whether your company can provide the product or service they need.
The best thing your website can do for you is give you visibility and showcase your talents and products. It’s easy enough to give out your web address, but it’s way more awesome when someone finds you unexpectedly and on their own!
Read on to figure out which plan is best for you!
Each option includes:
- Analysis, market research, and recommendations leading to the focused optimization of the most strategic keyword phrases at that point in time
- Design and implement a unique strategy for each keyword phrase
- Continually target more phrases to leverage the momentum achieved from previous phrases
- Constant monitoring of recurring changes in search engine algorithms
- Manual and programmatic response to changing algorithms for all major search engines
- Deliver monthly search engine ranking report for keyword phrases (both focus and halo phrases)
- Quarterly telephone consultation
This plan targets six core competitive Focus Phrases, which are discovered by our keyword phrase experts, to identify and cover the most suitable and thus profitable areas of business. We will also create various related phrases related to your original six core phrases, to allow for good web content and less redundancy.
The Local plan works best for smaller, locale-specific businesses. Our keyword phrase experts will help you identify six key phrases as well as six locations, eventually leading to 36 keyword phrase combinations and then ultimately hundreds or thousands of related phrases.