A shop front can look fantastic. You know inside that you sell the best product (or service) that none of your competitors can touch. Your business plan is ‘tight’ and you’re ready to make a market leading change. One major problem; you aren’t selling and you soon realise your shop was built in Kirkwall. – Ok, a silly example, yes, but it essentially describes how many business owners go about their online marketing > Pay thousands, sometimes millions of £’s for a ‘smashing’ website with no thought on how you go about getting it seen online.
That’s where SEO Moves can help. We actively and regularly promote small and medium organisations up the rankings on Google and the other major search engines.
Our strategies include;
How does it work for you?
- On-site optimization
- Local & National SEO
- Conversion Optimization
Being able to rank well for a particular search phrase can be a lengthy process, so expect to be in it for the long run > nothing happens overnight (unless Google decide to release a major search algorithm – which they regularly do).
SEO Moves regularly invests in our clients in both time and resource. It is our main aim to make your business grow online – If you grow, then we grow (naturally). Sometimes we struggle with understanding a particular marketplace; we know how the online marketplace works. We have been working in this since 2003. However when it comes to understanding your marketplace, for example the pressure per square inch of car compressor, then we may need your help in understanding your customers and clients to begin determining their search behaviour.
This is just one of a many elements of online marketing we look into > you can understand how this technical and challenging field becomes complex, very quickly. We strive to have our client’s websites on the first page of Google, but we ensure that we don’t focus on search terms which your target clients/customers don’t search with. For example if you’re a product design agency and are aiming to increase business online, then you don’t want to target the keyword ‘product design’; As strange as this sounds, 87% of users who search this term are college students looking for a University product design course.
Invest your money wisely in an organisation that can deliver sustainable and reliable results.