Yes! We do both on-page SEO and technical SEO. The on-page SEO process is mostly going through your site and making sure all meta data, tags, content, and links are optimized, whereas technical SEO focuses on page-speed optimization, eliminating 400 errors, and...
Can’t I just add my keyword a bunch of times on a page, and hide them using CSS?
Technically, yes, no one can stop you from doing that, but we strongly advise against this. This is a practice called "Black Hat SEO" and google's sophisticated super bots can tell when this is happening. If your website is caught using Black Hat SEO methods, google...
How many keywords can I try to rank for?
This all depends on the size of your website, the services you offer, and the industries you serve in. Generally, we recommend no more than 3 keywords per page.
Can I rank for general terms, such as “Dentist”?
Theoretically, yes, but it is quite unlikely. General terms have very competitive rankings and it is therefore difficult to rank for this. We would strongly suggest an alternative, such as "Dentist in Fort Collins" or "Dentists near me."
Why should I continue SEO once I’ve gotten good rankings?
Simply put, maintaining an achieved ranking also takes a good deal of work. It is like lifting weights - if you stop lifting once you've achieved your goal, you will lose the strength that you have worked towards.
Once I start on an SEO plan, how long will it take to get more traffic?
SEO is a long-game strategy for improving web traffic. Every client is a little different, but most of our clients start to see improvements within 3-6 months.
How is search advertising different from SEO?
Great question! Both use search engines and bring people to your website, but in different ways. This is probably best explained with an example. Let's say you search for the term "Corporate Housing." You will get many results, some are search ads, and some are...