Although there are many ways of promoting and advertising a business online, SEO services can provide long-term results for competitively little investment. Using ethical techniques, our search optimisation experts can identify your most important keywords and then help your website reach the top of search results for those keywords. The end result is a steady stream of highly targeted website visitors.
The search engines rely on hundreds of ranking factors to formulate search results pages. While only a portion can be directly influenced by you, or by your SEO company, there are numerous optimisation techniques that you can, and should be using.
One of the greatest benefits of using white label SEO services is that you can extend the range of products that you offer to clients. This means that you can retain clients, remain in constant communication, and ensure that yours is the name that they think of when they need related services again in the future.
While it is no longer good practice to cram keywords on pages, or to add long lists of irrelevant keywords in Meta tags, keywords still matter. These are the terms that your website will rank for, following an effective optimisation campaign, and they should be the terms that your target visitors are most likely to search for. Irrelevant or overly generic keywords can lead to poor conversion rates, while inaccurate keywords can even lead to resentment from your visitors. Keyword research is vital to a successful SEO campaign, and it will ensure that your search engine visitors are highly targeted.
Knowing the keywords that you want to rank for is only a part of the keyword equation. Your SEO agency should also implement these keywords into your page content, as well as into other areas of your web pages.
WildShark will not only create a list of your most important keywords, but create a keyword map that identifies the most relevant and beneficial keywords for each page. We will implement those keywords into the content, into your Meta tags, and into other important areas of your web pages.