93% of online experiences begin with the search
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
Quality Website + Quality Shared Content = Sustainable Lead Generation
Do you need SEO?
Yes, but ...
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a long-term investment. It can take 3 to 6 months before you see meaningful results. For most businesses, after six months, search will be the leading source of new business after referrals.
Google, Microsoft, and Apple search platforms are all looking to provide their users with quality recommendations, from trusted businesses.
How do they know which business to trust?
–> A well-built, secure, mobile optimised, fast loading website
–> Quality dynamic content. Mix of text, photos, video and applications.
–> Your content is shared by other trusted websites, including social media, that are authorities in your industry
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A Few Helpful Tips
Strategy, Optimise, Build, Convert
How it works
After you speak with one of our marketing brokers we will provide you with a personalised video proposal. The video will take you through your opportunities with search and provide a few pricing options.
Once approved by you, our provider will ask you to complete an induction form and seek access to your website. They get to work, optimising your website based on an agreed keyword strategy. They will keep you informed along the way. At month 3, you will be given access to a dashboard to review progress, which is updated daily.
Ditte of Viking Mortgages had built an award winning local mortgage brokerage. Her business was built on providing exceptional service, particularly for first home buyers. As lending regulations in Australia changed, resulting in a downturn in new home buyers, Ditte looked to expand into other financial lending areas.
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Our team developed a local, keyword strategy, focusing on two key service areas, home loans and car-finance. For just $250pm, within 4 months, we achieved the following:
As a result of the SEO campaign Ditte was able to significantly reduce her ad spend on social media.
Ditte is also exploring adding new conversion features to her websites: