What Is SEO?
SEO is the process of getting a website to work more effectively with search engines and achieve higher-ranking results. The closer to first place that your website appears, the more likely it is that a user will click on it. This means there will be an increase in the traffic your site receives. Whilst this may sound like cheating the system, it is simply a process of making your website more relevant, authoritative and effective in searches for your products and services.
Increase Leads, Sales and Revenue
It has been estimated that around 80% of people who visit a website get there from a search engine or directory service. Ensure your site is featured prominently with our Search Engine Optimisation service.
For example, informative titles, descriptions and tags on a post or page will improve its relevance in a search. The number of good websites linking to yours will increase its authority. Search engines also consider user experience factors, such as the speed of your website and whether it works well on a mobile phone.
You can test your content using our Content Score Tool.
Acknowledging and improving on these factors will improve your search engine ranking, which can in turn increase your leads, sales and revenue.
Our service is strictly white-hat, which means we categorically stay away from tricks that could run any risk of downgrading your site or endanger it’s good reputation. Only good results come for you, for your customers, and for your search results by using Indigo Tree to optimise your on-page SEO.
If you would like to find out more about how we can help with your SEO, please give us a call on 01442 877473.
When you want to look up something up online, where’s the first place you go? For the majority of people, the answer will be a search engine or directory service. In fact, research into the subject has shown that 80% of all website traffic comes from these sources.
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Speeding up your website isn’t just something that can affect your search rankings–it’s a fantastic idea for your users.MATT Cutts, Google