National SEO for $750 per month
This package addresses the search marketing needs of companies that have a national reach or ambition. In this case, the targeted area can not be limited like in case of local SEO (for example a web application that you want to offer world-widely), the national SEO campaign is more vigorous and powerful to address the higher level of competition in the organic search market.
THIS PACKAGE INCLUDES
This includes a comprehensive review of the technical side of a website which may impact the ability of a website to compete in result pages. The SEO Audit is a fundamental part of the search engine optimization campaign.
We determine the most relevant keywords to your business and create a semantic kernel. Semantic kernel of the site is the list of so-called keywords, which define the subject of your site in the most precise manner and which are mostly used in the search of your goods or services in the World Wide Web.
Meta tags are snippets of text that describe a page’s content; the meta tags don’t appear on the page itself, but only in the page’s code. We all know tags from blog culture, and meta tags are more or less the same thing, little content descriptors that help tell search engines what a web page is about.
The title tag is an HTML tag that exists in the head section of each webpage. It provides an initial cue or context as to what the topical subject matter is of the respective page it is on. The title tag is featured prominently in the search engine results pages (typically it is used as the clickable link) as well as in the browser window.
Depending on the website, we will offer to optimize pages according to the determined keywords to improve the website ranking in search engines. The process includes optimization of headings, content improvements and HTML structure.
Schema markup is code that you can use to markup certain elements of your website to help search engines understand them better. It helps to return more informative results for users. For example, highlight phone, email, and address in the search engine result pages or website reviews. Be listed with a photo of a product or category of your shop.
It is one of the most overlooked components of a successful SEO. Many sites maintain search engine visibility and the resulting qualified traffic because of successful link development, not just based on the number of keywords on a page. Developing incoming links from other websites into yours is very important in building rank and traffic. Along with the number of links pointing to your website, a key component in search rank is the quality of these links.
If a client wants to have a blog or has it already, we will help to develop ideas about posts categories, blog content, its structure, supporting SEO through articles optimization and internal linking.
It is very important to understand how website visitors behave and which ones convert. This data helps us to analyze what else can be done and/or whether previous steps have had any positive effect. With tracking conversion, we save you and our time and know exactly direction very to go.
Connecting your website to Google Webmaster and Google Analytics, we collect data about how many users you had on the website, what pages they visited, how quick they left, what keywords they used to find you and what source where they came from (Google, social media, directly to the website). Ranking reports let us track the improvements over time.
Internal links connect your content and give Google an idea of the structure of your website. They can establish a hierarchy on your site, allowing you to give the most important pages and posts more link value than other, less valuable, pages. Right linking strategy can boost your website.
Competitive analysis is a key aspect when in the beginning stages of an SEO campaign. Keyword competition analysis is the process of evaluating how the top rankings fare when it comes to the most important SEO factors, including their use of specific keywords. The goal is to get a panoramic view of what you’re up against and where your opportunities are.