Introduction to our Portsmouth SEO Services
We’re a Portsmouth SEO agency providing a full range of eCommerce and web design services to businesses and one of our key capabilities is Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). If you’ve already got a Portsmouth website then you’ll pretty quickly need some SEO support – we’re here to help. If your engaging us for web design, we’ll factor in many of the areas on this page into our build plan.
We have been helping our Portsmouth clients build and promote their websites via SEO since 2005 with an ethical and white hat approach to SEO that pays long term dividends. With a consistent track record and commitment to delivering the very best digital services, we pride ourselves on smashing our Portsmouth client’s SEO targets every time.
SEO is without doubt the most cost-effective strategy to boost your site’s visibility. It’s also beneficial in other key areas – good SEO is totally linked to good customer experience. You can’t really have one without the other without gaming the system.
Regardless of which sector your business is in, SEO increases visibility in SERPs, helps build brand awareness, and drives quality, cost effective traffic to your website. Provided you treat SEO as an ongoing programme, it can deliver higher ROI than any other marketing tactic.
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What’s included in our Portsmouth SEO Reports?
As part of our SEO Audit, we’ll take a look at on-page and off-page search ranking factors for your website, including:
Content – how many pages are indexed, what is the length and quality of content per page. Is duplicate content an issue for your Portsmouth website?
Keywords – how many keywords does the site currently rank for?
Page Speed – how does Google assess your site, both desktop and mobile?
Local SEO – are citations healthy? Is NAP data consistent?
Backlinks – are inbound links to your Portsmouth website from quality sites and how does your backlink profile compare to competitors?
Metadata – do all pages have unique titles and descriptions and are they relevant to the search terms you want your site to be found for?
Mobile SEO – does the site have any problems when being loaded from a mobile device? Is the content easy to read and navigate from the most popular devices?