We optimize your website and improve your rankings in search engines results
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the name of all the techniques used to improve a website’s performance in the search engine results of Google or Bing. The goal is to enable more businesses or clients to find your services by a combination of 2 methods: optimizing the pages on your website (on-page SEO) and increasing the online footprint of your website (offsite SEO).
There are 3 major components to a successful SEO campaign: keyword research, on-site SEO and offsite SEO.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you guarantee page 1 rankings?
While we do not guarantee page 1 rankings, we are experts at semantically and technically optimizing websites and regularly achieve great results for our clients. We always aim to improve your search engine rankings, but it’s always good to keep in mind that the true aim of an efficient SEO campaign is to generate more business. With the variation of techniques we use, it’s likely that you will see increases in the number of potential leads that contact you even if your website does not rank on page 1.
Why is SEO so expensive?
A good SEO campaign takes time to implement. There may be other packages out there that are cheaper and promise you results, but we perform SEO seriously, without taking shortcuts, and by following Google’s guidelines. Implementing a serious SEO strategy is the only guarantee that your website will not be penalized because of blackhat SEO techniques and will keep performing well no matter what algorithm changes search engines make in the future.
I’m already ranking. Why should I keep my SEO campaign beyond the minimum 6 months term?
SEO is a cumulative process. Once our campaign yields results, the goal becomes to maintain your position. While you may choose to cancel the campaign after the minimum term, abandoning your SEO campaign means that over time, your rankings will inevitably decrease, because your competitors will keep optimizing their websites and trying to outrank you, and because search engines will keep rolling out new requirements that websites have to follow to rank well.