1. There’s too much competition

In most cases, the reason a website doesn’t rank is that there’s simply too much competition. If you optimise your website pages and blog posts for competitive keywords and keyphrases, such as [dog behavior], [robot vacuum cleaner], or [real estate agent], chances are high you won’t rank for that term.

To find out if this is the problem, run a search and check the results pages for your keyword. Who dominates the first page? Do you see many competitors/websites that have already firmly established themselves in this niche? Odds are, your site doesn’t have the.....

Clients are often concerned at why their website is not ranking higher on Google Search results.
Here's just some of the features you need to start making that happen - and these are nothing to do with PAID SEO - that's a whole other ball-game!
  • Have a domain name which contains your keywords.
  • Move your site to HTTPS if you use the personal data of users online.
  • Have Google and Bing Webmaster Tools accounts.
  • Use Google Tag Manager to manage all of your site tracking activities in one place.
  • Optimise the TITLEs of your pages for the targeted keywords.
  • Use a Landing Page SEO report to.....

On-page SEO is the practice of optimising individual webpages in order to rank higher and earn more relevant traffic in search engines.

On-Page SEO includes (but not limited to): Meta Robots tag, Robots.txt, including your URL in your sitemap, internal links on each of your pages, having an SSL installed, Heading Tags, Page Titles and Meta Descriptions.

Page one of search results is what all business owners would like to achieve. But getting there is hard work and staying there is probably even harder! That's where SEO comes in.

Search engine optimization (SEO), in its simplest terms, is the process of making changes to your website to make it more visible to search engines and improve your site's rank.

Over the years, that number has been a moving target.

Once upon a time, SEO consultants recommended that every page has at least 250 words.

There is no one 'magic bullet' that will increase your page rankings on Google - Keywords, Keyword Density, Title, Heading Tags, Site Description, Page Title Descriptions, Alt Tags, Quality content (you can't beat that!), blogs, geo-targeting,  other sites linking to yours, competition, good site navigation, staying current on your industry news, get active on Social Media (if you don't have a business/fan page - contact me to get one up and running for you.), take action!

If you need that 'bullet' improved, make sure you contact us!