Understanding your situation
Do you know which search terms you and your competitors are ranking for? How healthy your back-link profile is? Who’s finding your site and where are they coming from? What search engines think of the user experience when they find you?
No? Then you are not alone.
SEO covers such a broad set of parameters from:
- Market research and understanding your business
- Technical implementations and site structure
- Design, layout and user experience
And the likes of Google make updates and changes to their algorithms every single day!
It’s no wonder you and your team are finding it a challenge to keep up. This is why we offer SEO services to our customers.
We’ll always start the process with trying to gain an in-depth understanding of where you are now, and where you want to be.
“Vu are a brilliant company to work with, I can’t recommend them more highly. They have advised and guided me through the process of setting up an ecommerce website that really competes.”
– Molly, Owner of Molly & The Wolf
We haven’t found a site that can’t benefit from some SEO services work, but rarely do our recommendations stop there, to achieve your business goals you likely need a rounded approach to your lead generation.
Hands On Help with SEO Services
Once we have provided you with our approach, we have a team on hand to help action it.
Often there is content to revise and create (a task that will rarely rise to the top of the pile in a small business).
Technical updates that may be beyond the skills of those in house, or access to expensive reporting tools that can find new keywords, highlight new issues but are hard to justify the expense internally.
As a digital agency, we have the skills on hand, make it our business to keep up to date with the latest updates, and provide guidance, reports, and training to ensure you and your team feel supported for the journey.
The Long Game
Just to set your expectations (and hopefully reassure you). We are focused on long term relationships with our clients, if you want something done quickly in business then you normally have to pay.
SEO is no different, if it is going to make you money to be at the top of Google for a particular search term then other businesses will be competing with you! For quick wins, then our advice would be to look at advertising, start with either google adwords or social media.
Google has spent years punishing those in search of quick wins and sly techniques, favoring 100’s of small ranking factors that make up a greater “whole”.
That, along with quality content is what we want to help you do better, step by step growth.
And let’s not forget that this is all for a person at the end of it, to create a sincere connection with your user, it must feel authentic, not robotic.
Being too serious and using long words isn’t going to help you sell toys, just as being too jovial probably won’t get people coughing up for coffins.
Advice from the top
If you are serious about ranking online then you could do a lot worse than taking some advice from the best.
Google’s Maile Ohye shares her advice for hiring an SEO (Search Engine Optimizer).
If you’ve been promised the world and it was under-delivered, or like the sound of our approach then just drop us a line.
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