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Affordable Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
Dymond Digital provides small businesses with affordable SEO.
Unless your customers can find you, the best looking website in the world is useless.
Is SEO really important?
Search engine optimisation (SEO) is a very important aspect of every successful website. In fact, a carefully planned and executed SEO strategy is the most cost-efficient and effective digital marketing activity a business can undertake.
Search engine optimisation (SEO) involves maximising organic (naturally-derived) traffic to your website. In other words, when someone types in a keyword phrase – searching for a product that you sell – your business ranks toward the top of their search engine’s results page (SERP). This occurs without having to pay using pay-per-click (PPC) search engine advertising (SEA).
The benefits of a quality, inexpensive SEO strategy are huge. Obviously, higher rankings translate to more visitors. And more visitors generally lead to more inbound enquiries and sales. Depending upon the competition in your industry, our Brisbane SEO services are more than capable of:
Increasing traffic to website
Stimulating more inbound enquiries
Mazimising your sales
Greatly reducing your PPC advertising expenditure
Possibly eliminating the need for PPC advertising altogether.
How does SEO work?
The YouTube video, below, provides an outstanding overview of the basics surrounding search engine optimisation (SEO). We didn’t create the clip, but we believe it’s one of the very best around. It explains the fundamentals of SEO in simplistic terms.
Note: Major search engines, especially Google, constantly update their algorithms (search recipes). For obvious reasons, they do not reveal all of the ranking factors they consider.
FAQs about our SEO service
Click onto the expandable toggles below to view frequently asked questions about our affordable SEO service.
Yes. If you haven’t done so already, we will connect your website to your very own Google Analytics account. Whether you perform your website’s SEO yourself, or get us to do it for you, the only way to know if your SEO has worked is to analyse reliable statistical data.
No. Definitely not. Purchasing backlinks (also known as inbound links) contravenes Google’s Webmaster Guidelines. This black hat, unethical link building technique will result in Google applying a manual penalty. This approach can lead to Google removing your website from its index entirely.