What is SEO?
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which is the process of using organic
search engine results to improve the quantity and efficiency of traffic to your website.
Comprehensive SEO website audit & action plan
- On-site Analysis
- Anchor text
- Browser caching
- Canonicalization strategy,
- Content delivery Network CDN – Cloudflare
- CSS minify
- Database caching
- H-entr and h-atom creation and Validation
- Image and text link “Title” optimization
- Image compression, Image Optimization
- Interlinking strategy
- IP Canonicalization
- Jscript compression
- META Tag
- Mobile search optimization
- Open graph assessment creation
- Page caching
- Product and category page
- Redirect URL issues,
- Schema site analysis
- Semantic content strategy
- Site speed assessment
- Sitewide and subdomain
- Social profile Schema
- Text/content optimization
- Video schema
- W3 validation compliance and correction
- XML Sitemap
- Full Site Crawl
- Detection technical errors
- 301 Redirects
- Error resolution (302,404,500)
- On-page indexing issues
- Keyword/Ranking Analysis
- Analyze keywords,
- Content check (duplicate content assessment, plagiarized, cross-domain, low-quality content issues)
- Site Review
- Review average site visits
- Bounce rate
- Site speed
- Website content
- Quantity of content
- Quality of content
- Analysis and research
- Keyword discovery
- Competitive Analysis
- Market research
- Website audit
- Content Development
- Meta optimization
- SEO recovery
- Local SEO
- A/B Testing
- Backlink outreach
SEO CONSULTING SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Complete Technical SEO Audit
- Competitive Analysis
- Keyword / SEO Analysis & Strategy
- Custom SEO Marketing Strategy Whitepapers
- SEO Best Practices
- Keyword Monitoring & Ranking Reports
- Site Health
- Site speed including TTFB and reduction in load times
- Brand Mention Reports
- SEO Project
- Web Analytics Setup and Customization
- Conversion Rate Optimization
- Content Marketing Optimization
- Web Dev & Web Design Recommendations
- Video & Image Optimization
- ADA & Accessibility (WCAG 2.1) Compliance Recommendations and best practice
FAQ about SEO
How Does SEO Work?
SEO stands for the optimization of search engines. SEO is the process of optimizing a website to help search engines better understand what the site is about and help it rank for different search terms, resulting in more organic traffic search from the results page of a search engine.
How Long Does SEO Take?
From 6 to 12 months. Some people would suggest SEO will return results at 6 months, but considering the type of approaches you are applying is relevant. Technical improvements to the on-site SEO can sometimes yield results very quickly if the prior error was a grievous one. But building links and building content can take time to reinforce and see results from.
How To Find Keywords For SEO?
Keywords for your SEO strategy can be found through a variety of different methods. Online keyword tools such as SEMRush, Ahrefs, or even words in Google Advertising are available. These tools have several data points that help you select your keywords wisely. Google Search Console can be leveraged to get a basic understanding of what keywords you are currently exposed to.
But SEO is more than simply picking keywords. It’s recommended that you have someone on your team who really understands how well SEO is being implemented and how really great sites and content are being created.
How To Write SEO Content?
There are a couple of main points to consider when writing content optimized for the high-quality search engine.
1. Write in mind, with User Intent. When someone in a search engine is looking for something, they usually try a need or a query to be answered. If you are a source of the response of high quality or need it, it can go a long way.
2. Be grammatically correct, and speak well. Search engine crawlers are looking to provide their users with the best content possible. So they got very good at selecting well-written content so you don’t want misspellings and weighing down grammatical errors.
3. Choose your keyword to concentrate wisely. Don’t just select the keywords with a high volume of search and then call it good; answer the questions people ask in concrete and value-filled ways.
4. Be clear, be brief, and get to the point. Don’t write long content just for the long sake of it. When your material is intended to address a question, answer the question in a succinct manner throughout the first paragraph. Then you can go through the rest of the material in greater detail.
5. Your friends are charts, images, and other visuals. People are likely to get bored if words are the only thing on your page; you know it, they know it and Google knows it. Adding visuals with proper alt text allows users as well as search engines to better see your content.