As a business grows, so must its website. The article focuses on the third incarnation of The Fireplace Website that we’ve been responsible for. Our client was keen to promote his outdoor living range alongside his fireside mainstays. We were only to happy to assist. Have a look and see what we did.
Here’s episode four in this recently conceived series of posts whose intent is to keep you abreast with all the latest goings on in the Search Industry. We’ve gobbled up all the news from last month and regurgitated it here for your convenience. It’s better than that sounds I promise. Take a peak.
We’re often asked by potential new clients to provide evidence that the SEO services we offer work. Reasonable enough I hear you say. That’s why we’ve written this article, to explain what we did for this client to improve their organic rankings by 65% in the last 12 months. Any questions, please get in touch.
We’re often asked what we do to improve organic traffic for our clients which have SEO retainers. Whilst we can advise them it’s good to be able to provide case studies and evidence that what we’re doing works. Here’s one for another of our clients. If you’ve got any questions, please do get in touch.
This is the third installment in the series which updates you monthly on what happened the previous month in search. This is a pretty fast-moving space so keeping up-to-date isn’t easy. If we spot something we think business owners need to be aware of, then we’ll report it here. Please read on.
Here we recap what happened in search last month. We track the most popular SEO news sites, follow SEO gurus in the industry and read Google’s own blog posts to stay up-to-date with latest developments. So you don’t have to. You can just read this.
This tree surgery client had planted the seed – pun intended – that they were considering a rebuild some time ago. Find out how we approached the project, how we added SEO-value throughout and delivered a responsive WordPress website to their exact requirements.
This is the first release in a new series of posts for business owners who don’t have time to keep on eye on what’s happening in the search environment. We’ll provide a digest each month on what you need to know, and this is the first unmissable installment.
There’s a new way for potential customers to ask you questions about your businesses products or services. So now as well as monitoring calls and emails, you need to look out for questions via your Google My Business listing. Find out how to ensure you don’t miss any questions right here.
With more searchers looking for direct answers to their questions, you could argue it’s never been more important to get your FAQ content right. Here’s how.