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SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION

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Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

Getting your site to the top of the search engines is a critical factor in driving new visitors to your website.

From the outset, your website is built with one of its primary goals being to attain excellent search engine rankings. When you take receipt of your site, you can be sure that it will comply to the latest web development standards making it both accessible and fully optimised for search engine spiders.

If you opt for a content management system, you are given complete control of your search engine strategy, you can choose your own page titles, keywords and descriptions and if that seems all too much for you, we are always on hand to give you friendly, helpful and up-to date advice concerning how you can achieve the best rankings for your website.

Whatever type of site you choose, you can be sure that your site will start to appear on the search engines within just a few weeks and it's performance will improve over time as your site matures and establishes a solid on-line presence.

Analysing your Search Engine performance

Over time, using web page and site log analysis tools, we can assist you in honing your search engine strategy, identifying your most (and least) popular pages and what it is that make those pages so popular or unpopular so you can improve the overall performance of your site and target pages that aren't working as well as they could.

By working on each and every page of your site, you can effectively market to different sections of your customer base by using targeted titles, descriptions, keywords and content. This technique widens your search engine appeal and gives your site more coverage over a greater amount of search terms that visitors may use.