Page One Google Rankings Or You Pay Nothing

March 30, 2010  |   Search Engine Optimisation   |     |   0 Comment

Have you got a website that isn’t working for you at the moment? In all probability, if you are reading this page, then your website isn’t working for you. By working, I mean paying for itself.

Most website designers do a really good job of making your website look great. A lot of time is spent choosing colour schemes, photographs, fonts, layouts and the like without spending the time necessary to work out how your customers are going to find your website.

How do we know we can get your website found? The main reason is that you’ve managed to find our website. We will get your website in the eyes of your existing and your new customers.

We started working with businesses to improve their websites almost by accident. Along the way to starting my own business, I was curious about making money on the internet. Having just been made redundant from a large UK plc, I had some time on my hands and ended up studying the internet and finding out how it all worked.  I now know what needs to be done to make sure your website is found on page one of Google.

The simple truth though is that without research and some hard graft, your website will sit in cyber space and nobody will find it. Search engine optimisation is the answer to this. You need to be sure that your website is found and that the word that people use to find your website has some commercial intent. Basically, stack the odds in your favour by making sure that when people search for your keywords, they are looking to buy.

We work with a select group of businesses that want to go a step further than just having a website. If you would like to see the results that we are having for different search terms (or keywords) then please click here . To make sure that your business is not affected by other businesses in your locality, we commit to working with only one business of each type in every area. For example, having worked with a drainage company in Bridgend, I won’t now work with another drainage business in their catchment area.

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