When it comes to Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), there is no such thing as a finished job. This is why we will continue to develop your website and your digital footprint. Every day brings new possibilities. We are here to find these and expand your brand. One aspect we focus on is local search. With 46 percent of Google searches being local, we make this a priority for the best reach possible.
We can create your entire SEO strategy for you. From ongoing keyword research to following the latest trends in your industry, we can create a path to expand your digital footprint. We will work with you to define your audience and their interests.
We will track your website success and what may need fine-tuning. We can provide regular reports so you know where your website ranks online. It also means that you can decide what you would like to do differently. Do you need to adjust the budgets for your PPC campaigns? Maybe you want more focus on a certain service. Whatever the issue, we are here to help.
So, we have your reports and analytics and we know what must change. We will continue to develop your strategy and keep looking for innovative ways to reach the right consumer. The more accuracy we have to narrow down your target audience, the better chance you have at building conversions.
I have worked with Search & more for the past few years and he has transformed our internet and social media presence. What was a dull web site is now a vibrant income producing asset which appears on the first page of Google. Just brilliant!
Steven Glicher – Steven Glicher & Co
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