As a well-respected SEO agency based in Doncaster, we provide a thorough and studious process that has been adapted for the best results, keeping into consideration new Google updates, and a variety of different factors. Our process has seen many clients to success.
Our SEO services start with our specialist team carrying out keyword research. This is an analysis that will identify several keywords that are best suited for your website’s goals. This consists of working with you to determine your ultimate goals and the target audience of your website and applying this knowledge into our research and analysis.
Month on month, our SEO specialists will continue to perform an SEO service that we call on-page optimisation for your identified keywords, consistently monitoring your search engine rankings. This can include reworking existing content and the creation of new keyword-optimised content that will help boost your position on Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). Your quarterly Website Analysis Report will be expanded to include a detailed report on keyword performance and SERP rankings for the previous quarter, including an action plan for the forthcoming quarter.
Search Engine Optimisation ties in closely with many of our other services, including copywriting, UX & UI, responsive design, and many more. So, it is key that our SEO team communicates accordingly with other team members to ensure your website is optimised from all aspects. Google changes their algorithm multiple times a day, meaning that we're kept on our toes and always following the latest changes in order to guarantee the best SEO results possible for our clients.
The classic question. While we aim to deliver everyone #1 on Google for every-single Keyword, it is very unlikely/impossible for anyone to achieve such a request without altering Google Algorithm to suit their own methodology. Increased page ranking is not something that happens overnight, it is a continuous commitment from Google’s 9 segmented deliverables to achieve.
There is a vast number of reasons why your website cannot be found on Google. Let us start from the basics, have you implemented an XML sitemap to your website? Has the sitemap been submitted to Google Search Console? Has it been more than 48 hours? Have there been any crawl reports from Google? If the answer is No, to any of the above. We would advise waiting for the above to be actioned. If the issue persists, get in touch – we love a good challenge!