SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO)
Search engine optimisation (SEO) is the process of securing a top or first page ranking in Google. Google is the leading search engine, for competitive keyword phrases.
SEO is a most time-consuming and crucial step. We add competitive keywords within your webpage title, heading text, meta tags, and description. Competitive keyword phrase is a word or group of words that most people use to search for the product or service you offer.
We submit your site address to some of the most popular Internet Search Engines (like Google) to assist in gaining exposure for your website. Search engines are one of the primary ways that Internet users find Web sites. That’s why a Web site with good search engine listings may see a dramatic increase web in traffic.
It’s important to look at your pages with the eyes of a search engine spider: how do they see your pages right now? How will they treat them if you make this or that change? There are dozens of factors considered by the search engine robot when it crawls your site.
Your ranking with Google and other search engines is also judged on the amount of clicks your website receives when users visit your site. The sure way to get yourself to the top of Google or any search engine for that matter; is good old fashion advertising, links to other sites and directories and as said before… keywords within your content. SEO is critical.
Nowadays SEO is a mix of art and science. It is crucial to make your page as relevant as possible and in some ways it is purely mathematics: this concerns search engines. Here, relevance is a measure of how close your Web page is aligned to what the user is looking for. Simply, the more relevant your page is, the higher your rankings are. But at the same time your site should be interesting to the humans who visit it and there is art to this!
Everyone wants those good listings. Unfortunately, many web sites appear poorly in search engine rankings or may not be listed at all because they fail to consider how search engines work.
If your website is failing to be picked up at all, call us now or see our Home Page for further details.