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SEO Services for Small Businesses & Sole Traders
Our SEO services can help you and your business get the traffic you need to your website. We cover everything from choosing the best keywords to target to writing the content for you and even reaching out to other website owners for links to your site!
Improve Your Google Rankings From £49 per month
We offer several SEO packages but they all cover the same range of benefits. The main difference is how long we spend working on your website’s SEO. Our cheapest package starts at just £49 per month where you’ll get 2 hours of SEO work each month. Our Professional SEO package is £199 per month where we will focus on your website for around 8 hours per month.
There is no “quick fix” for SEO, this is something that takes time and anyone that tries to guarantee you top spot is unfortunately mistaken. Whilst we have a track record of #1 Google rankings, we’d never make those promises as all industries and keywords vary in difficulty.
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What is Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)?
In its simplest form, SEO is a wide range of factors that affects how Google and other search engines (Bing, Yahoo, etc.) view your website and the content within it. In more detail, Google and other search engines use “bots” to crawl the web for websites and, using very complex algorithms, reads every page it finds to determine what the page is trying to tell a visitor. The search engines then store all of this information in order to serve up the most relevant website to users when they use their search engine to find results.
When I type in the keyword “football” into Google the first result I find is BBC Sport, followed by Sky Sports and then Talk Sport. These results are deemed to be the most relevant results for my rather generic search term “football”. I can’t say that I’d disagree and it’s highly likely that whatever I wanted to find out about football I could find on any of those websites.
It is said that Google itself has over 200 factors that it uses to determine the relevancy of a website when ranking them for certain keywords. Obviously they don’t share those as it would make the system very easy to manipulate, however, through years of trial and error we have a very good idea of what works and what doesn’t.