Your Personal SEO Experts
We provide a comprehensive, high quality, professional SEO service for your company. We will work on your website (and off) with the aim of reaching and maintaining the number 1 spot in Google maps (and Google) and take care of all the work required.
Different Packages available
Check out our prices page for the different packages we offer. Prices start at £800 a month.
SEO Agency Leeds – Your Friendly Online Agency
Rank your website higher, gain more customers and grow your business
What is SEO?
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. Specialists describe this as the practice which increases the quality and quantity of traffic (visitors) to your website. This is generally achieved by moving your website higher in the Google search results.
What is Local SEO?
Local SEO is a localised version of SEO, meaning that instead of targeting international and national customers we focus on ranking your website higher in local searches. For example, a large company producing and distributing cycling gear in the U.K will want to rank highly for the term ‘cycling gear’. Whereas a local dog grooming company in Newcastle will want to target customers in that area and therefore will target keywords such as ‘Dog Grooming in Newcastle’.
Why is SEO important?
In our growing digital landscape ranking higher in Google can make all the difference between a business failing or gaining 1000’s of new customers. It is well known that most of the population are online and Google is their first source of information.
Did you know 50% of consumers who do a local search on their smartphone visit a store within a day? Jason DeMers from Entrepreneur.com helps explain the importance: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/247515
Simple SEO is your friendly, local SEO agency in Leeds / West Yorkshire which can help grow your online visibility
Here’s a quick explanation of what we get you to the top of Google maps!
At this stage, we will review and check the current performance of your website. This will be provided in a detailed report and will highlight any areas which may harm your website from ranking highly on Google
On-Page optimisation is looking through all the details of your website and ensuring they are Google friendly and will be able to rank for valuable keywords. We currently have 10 different aspects (for all in on package), a few are noted below:
- Website enhancement (loading speed etc)
- Heading tags
- Google webmaster / Analytics
Now that we’ve analysed your site and decided on which keywords to target we can start building links and citations to your website. Both of these combined are one of the most important factors helping you reach number 1 in Google. Therefore we ensure this is done to a high standard through manual work (no automated bots) on high-quality websites.
Ongoing advice and support
Once the previous steps have been completed we will track and monitor your website. Further support will also be provided to ensure your website continuously strengthens and is able to maintain its top spot.
Imagine for a minute that you’re a librarian, but not a normal one, you’re a librarian for every book in the world. People depend on you every day to find the exact book they need, how do you do it?
You need a system, you need to know what’s inside every book and how books relate to each other. Your system needs to take in a lot of information and spit out the best answer for a customer’s questions, it not an easy job. Search engines like Google and Bing are the librarians’ of the internet, their systems collect information on every page of the internet so they can help people find exactly what they’re looking for.
Every search engine has a secret algorithm to turn all that information into useful search results. Now, if you own a website search results matter – if your pages have higher rankings they help more people find you. The key to higher rankings is to make sure your website has the ingredients search engines need for their recipes, this is called search engine optimisation (SEO).
As it turns out, most of the big ingredients we know, first, words matter, search engines account for every word on the web, this way if someone searches shoe repair the engines can narrow results to pages that are about that word. Second, titles matter, each page on the web has an official title but you may never see it because it’s in the code. They pay a lot of attention to page titles because they often summarise the page like a book’s title.
Thirdly, links matter – when one page links to another it’s usually a recommendation, telling readers this site has good information. A webpage with lots of links directed at it can tell search engines this webpage is a good result for the end user. This also incorporates links within words.