Do you dominate search results?

94% of buyers do online research, and 77% use Google search. If you don’t dominate, you’re losing business.

How our Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategy works:


Define your SEO goals.

Search engine optimization is about driving a LOT of targeted traffic to your website—not just ranking well for one search term. We will work with you to identify your real business goals and build an SEO plan that works.

SEO competition analysis.

We’ll analyze your current SEO efforts and look at your competitors’ SEO as well. We will identify areas in which you can excel and pinpoint areas of opportunity to drive business for your company.

SEO keyword research.

You know what they say about “assuming”! Instead of just guessing what people are searching for, we use a collection of advanced research tools to analyze keyword search volume and competition. We combine specific geographic and industry research to pinpoint the exact SEO keywords and phrases that will not only drive traffic to your website, but the right traffic that converts!

On-page search engine optimization.

Our SEO copywriters and programming team will search optimize the copy and code on your website to capture the attention of search engines and drive more SEO results for your company.

Search engine submissions.

From ensuring the right robots.txt setup, to canonical URLs, to xml sitemap submissions, to … okay we’ll cut it out with all the geek speak. What you need to know is we know SEO and how to make sure Google, Bing and Yahoo crawl your website; you rank higher, and get more targeted search traffic!

Reporting and analytics.

SEO isn’t a one-time project. It’s an ongoing process. After your SEO plan is initiated, we will provide reporting to gauge success and identify areas for further SEO improvement. We also offer ongoing content writing services to turn your website into a true SEO machine!

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