Why should the Invest in Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?
Increase Your Search Engine Exposure (SEE)
Grow Customer Base by Increasing Website Leads.
Month to Month Contracts
Increase Your Revenue
In-House SEO Team.
What is Search Engine Optimization, and How Will It Help Your Business in New Orleans or Portland, OR?
When you decide to work with Kevin and his team the process is easy. It begins with a short consultation so see if you and your business will be a good match. Once the particulars are worked it’s time for strategy. The SEO program will focus on both on-page and off-page optimization. We publish monthly SEO deliverables and track monthly keyword improvement within an SEO dashboard. All SEO programs are customized to fit your business. No cookie-cutter programs. Every hour we spend on your implementing your SEO campaign is accounted for, and we’re just around the corner. We provide SEO services in Portland and the New Orleans areas.
Why Buy Search Engine Optimization
We're a New Orleans Company
Kevin and his team are located in both New Orleans and Portland Oregon. Why the two markets? Well, they are both great cities with great people. We offer Google Ad Programs (search engine marketing, SEM, pay per click, ppc) services for nearly a decade to help clients increase their visibility within the Google AdWords. As shoppers’ reading/research habits continue to migrate online, businesses realize the need to move their dollars into Google AdWords (SEM) to obtain greater visibility when users are actively searching for products and services.
AdWord (SEM) Technoloy to Fit Your Business
Kevin works with clients in New Orleans and Portland, Oregon to develop customized search engine optimization (SEO) programs that meet the goals and objectives of your business. Depending on the goals of your business, Kevin and his team are equipped to handle any type of business, from the small mom and pop store down the street to the large global e-commerce business. In addition to the client’s goals, we also take into consideration the client’s industry, location (New Orleans) and business type (brick and mortar vs. e-commerce, B2C vs. B2B, etc.) when creating a SEO strategy.
We offer multiple types of SEO programs depending on what your online employee (website) needs the most. Does your website need content, new images, website structure help, or assistance in tracking down broken links? We can help you make your website more profitable so you can dominate the New Orleans and Portland Market.
If you’re already buying, or decide to buy Search Engine Optimization (SEO) from a different company we wish you success and prosperity. Before you go, below are a few quick tips to help you find an SEO vendor that’s right for you.
Nine Factors To Consider when Choosing an Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Vendor.
Everything on the internet is trackable, and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no acceptation. Some SEO vendors charge by the hour and other by deliverable, but either way, they should be able to provide you monthly reporting. Your monthly reporting should provide you with search engine page (SERP) ranking increased or decreased and a list of their monthly deliverables (activities). SEO isn’t a set it and forget it product, so make sure you are making progress every month.
2. Is the Search Engine Optimization vendor capable of making changes to my website?
It’s very rare to run into a website that meets search engine optimization (SEO) structure best practices. Generally, we see duplicate content issues, bad redirects, and a lack of structural data. In most cases, it is important that your SEO vendor has the ability to make SEO structure and code changes to your website. If your current website vendor does not allow for someone else to make changes to your website, then your SEO vendor should be able to provide a document that outlines the changes, so your developer can implement. This requirement alone will thin crowd of SEO companies. Not many SEO companies have the knowledge and are willing to take on the responsibility of making SEO structural changes to your website. Before you sign a contract, ask for examples including deliverable examples.
3. Can the SEO vendor produce SEO content?
The cornerstone of a successful search engine optimization strategy is content. In many cases, content will even outweigh bad website structure. When choosing an SEO vendor, make sure they provide you with content examples and a content calendar. Don’t forget that SEO content needs to be unique, focus on keywords with the strongest search volume, and needs to be written at a 5-6 grade reading level. If it were me, I would ask for examples.
4. Is your search engine optimization strategy unique and does the strategy focus on your competitors?
Every website and the environment that website competes in online is different. It stands to reason that a strong SEO strategy would need to be unique to your website, your specific market, and business environment. How do you tell if your SEO strategy is unique? It’s simple, your SEO strategy needs to focus on outranking specific competitors within your market. Your content, tagging, and link strategy need to built to be stronger than your competitors. Preferably, competitors that are ranking on the first page of Google/Bing/Yahoo. better than your competitors. Ask the SEO vendor to present on their competitive strategy.
5. If it’s cheap, it’s probably not worth the cost.
Your website needs to be seen as an employee that represents your brand and business online every hour of the day. Your website needs to be an investment. Your website needs to be prepared to answer questions, and sell your brand to every consumer who arrives on your website pages. The better your website becomes, the better it represents your business and sells your products. Consider it your best salesman.
When it comes to SEO vendors, you get what you pay for. Good SEO professionals run upwards of $150+ per hour, and trust me, they are well worth the cost. Would your trust your best sales person or receptionist with a bad trainer or manager? If you are a small to medium-size business paying less than a $1000 for SEO, you’re probably throwing your money away.
Ps. Avoid yellow page companies, huge corporate giants, and your brother’s cousin like the plague.