Search Engine Optimization

SEO isn’t a checklist. It’s a commitment to winning.
What is Search Engine Optimization?
One way to explain it (very technically) is it’s the way to grow online visibility in organic (non-paid) search engine results. How majority of people do this is by using technical and creative tactics that will improve rankings, drive traffic, and increase awareness in multiple search engines like Google and Bing.
What isn’t Search Engine Optimization?
Sadly, it isn’t anything you get by completing items on a checklist or hiring an overseas company who promises “fast SEO results.” It’s certainly not about contracts, where your account is passed from one SEO company to another (in many cases falling into the hands of overseas companies).
How We See Search Engine Optimization
Imagine being a race team owner set to have the car that wins. To place first, you must make upgrades to your car. While some upgrades don’t get you a win after implementing, you do see better track performance.  Knowing this, you make more upgrades, test them, stripping the ones that don’t work and studying the competition. In time, you’re placing in the top 5, showing how making upgrades and optimizing pays off. In no time, you’re placing first. The wins offset the beginning losses with a more than healthy margin leftover to celebrate. But to us, it doesn’t stop here…

SEO SERVICES

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PRELIMINARY AUDIT

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KEYWORD SEARCH

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COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

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ON-PAGE OPTIMIZATION

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TECHNICAL OPTIMIZATION

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OFF-PAGE OPTIMIZATION

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PAY PER CLICK AUDIT

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SOCIAL MEDIA OPTIMIZATION

Case Study
Thrive Drip Spa

ThrIVe Drip spa came to us pre-launch for their brand. They needed to drum up business before clients set foot at their location, giving the extra challenge of creating brand notability without an existing brand to build from.

Through management of their website, creation of a highly effective SEO campaign, and some really solid PR moves, we were able to get ThrIVe on the first position of Google for their target keywords before they even launched.