Website Optimization – Accept Nothing Less Than Page 1
SEO21 was founded in 2007 and in that time we have been responsible for more than 750,000 (yes three quarters of million) first page results on Google. E-Commerce, Social Networks, Legal, Financial Sector, Health industry, and hundreds of local businesses across the UK, US and Australia all ranking 1st page on Google because of SEO21 and our commitment to each and every customer.
It’s simple, the more people that see your website, the more new customers you are likely to see.
The need for website optimization has never been more in demand. With so many businesses out there trying to push their own website to the top of the organic search results, you need something more than your run of the mill SEO. It’s all about getting the results! A few website optimization tips: Don’t just focus on the obvious search terms, long tail keyword phrases convert more highly. Saturation is the key to any good website optimization or SEO campaign.
Website Optimization is the process of making your website search engine friendly and favourable to Google, Yahoo and Bing. The reason we used the term over ‘SEO‘ is because you’re not really optimizating a search engine, we have no access to changing the Google algortihm.
UK DIGITAL MARKETING AGENCY
WHO ARE WE?
UK Based Digital Marketing Agency
- Experienced SEO’s/Copywriters/Bloggers/Developers
With over 50 years combined experience our digital marketing team brings clarity to search engine marketing. Together we are responsible for more than 750,000 top 10 positions on Google, and that’s not even taking Yahoo and Bing in to consideration. Our in house team of experienced copywriters, bloggers, link builders and website developers we deliver consistent 1st page results without the risks.
White Hat Website Optimization Tips
If you’ve spent any time speaking to SEOs or on the web finding more information on website optimization then you will be familiar with the terms black-hat and white-hat.
‘White-hat’ is the ethical approach to website optimization, playing it by the book as written by Google. At SEO21 we only use white-hat optimization techniques to improve your rankings.
‘Black-hat’ refers to everything you shouldn’t be doing to get your site higher on Google’s organic results. Common examples are link farming, clear text, and keyword stuffing.
SEO consultants based in Newcastle upon Tyne. We have a 100% success rate for every one of our clients.
What is SEO?
SEO or Search Engine Optimization is the process of delivering more traffic to your website by improving it’s natural rankings on Google. Or in simpler terms traffic you don’t pay for per click.
More than just SEO
We know it’s not just about getting users to your website, its about turning unique visitors into profit and that is where we are a bit different from every other website optimization firm in the UK. We take our time to run a full analysis of website before making any commitments to you, we look at your direct competition and what exactly they are doing, and then we provide you with a full detailed proposal on our recommendations to help your business come first where it matters most.
For more detailed examples of our work and what we are capable of then take a look at our portfolio page which has a full list of search words, key phrases and organic positions that we have made happen through whitehat SEO.
We are proud to have a 100% success record for everyone of our clients past and present. That’s right we have optimized every single client onto the Google/Yahoo/Bing first (1st) page in 21 days or less.
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