Who we are and what we do.
And How Does Imagefix Help Woburn Businesses?
Imagefix is a design and marketing agency that helps companies create their brand identity, grow their online presence and convert more leads.
Imagefix was created in 2006 when Garry West and Tina Loan combined their expertise in marketing and web design to provide digital services across the region. Now we’re an award-winning brand with a team of digital specialists supporting local businesses across Bedfordshire, and national clients across the UK. A lot has changed, but our passion to provide creative online excellence remains the same.
SEO gets your website to the top spot on Google
Search Engine Optimisation transforms your website into an effective digital marketing tool that works 24/7 for your business. As an SEO agency, Imagefix uses a range of strategies working with Google’s ranking factors for a high search engine visibility.
Our SEO strategy includes:
- Website optimisation, to get your website ‘Google Ready’, using a blend of keywords and technical fixes.
- SEO-rich copy for blogs and pages across your site, which strengthens your impact and reach online.
- Paid search campaigns that work fast to drive immediate, targeted traffic to your website using keywords.
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Talk to the Imagefix digital marketing team on 01525 715608
Working With Woburn Businesses on SEO Marketing.
Discover how our skills in SEO can boost your bottom line.
Imagefix applies technical SEO, using geographic keywords to target your customer demographic, and we employ a range of technical fixes to achieve high-ranking results in Google for our clients.
Data-analysis is key to understanding how visitors are using your website, and through this we can find new opportunities to improve their experience, and greatly boost your lead conversions.
Servicing the Following Areas.
Milton Keynes • Woburn Sands • Bletchley • Leighton Buzzard • Cranfield • Flitwick • Newport Pagnell • Newton Longville • Bedford • Toddington • Wolverton • Marston Moretaine • Harlington • Heath and Reach • Tingrith • Steppingley • Milton Bryan • Eversholt • Ridgmont
6 SEO Tips for Woburn Clients.
Key to improving your SEO ranking is making your website a great resource for potential customers. Here are 6 ways to immediately improve your search engine ranking:
Over 50% of online searches are made using mobiles. Your website needs to display perfectly on all devices. Check this out by testing your site on your mobile phone, your computer and your tablet. If there are design or formatting issues, you’ll need some help to get it responsive.
You want to attract high numbers of visitors to your site. One of the best ways of achieving this is to find out how they search. For example, someone looking for marketing services may use the search term ‘marketing agency Woburn’ to find the right company. If that’s the case, you need to use Google Business Profile to optimise your website for local searches.
Google rewards websites that know the questions their customers ask, and provides accurate answers to them. If you provide concrete, for example, customers might ask: “What is the best type of concrete?”. Your website should answer this as either an FAQ, blog, or page. It’s about creating copy that serves your customers.
Which of your competitors are gaining the most online traffic from you? Check out the top ranking sites to find out what they’re doing well. The internet is a great resource, and the looking at the competition is a great place to learn. Do they offer better site navigation, good-looking website design, or SEO-rich copy? Once you know, you can improve your own site.
SEO is all about the user experience (UX). Test out how good your UX is by getting a friend that’s new to your business to view your site. If they know straight away what you’re selling, and it’s clear how you buy the product, you’re doing well! If there is room for improvement, you should make these changes as soon as possible.
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Search Engine Optimisation FAQs.
A keyword, or keyphrase, is any term a searcher enters into a search engine that displays a results page. An example of a keyword could be “social media marketing”. Keywords are used to optimise the written copy across your website pages, which helps search engines to match queries to your content.
Use SEO-rich keywords across your site, but don’t over-use them, as this may create a red flag for Google and harm your search results ranking.
Search Engine Optimisation or SEO for short, is the process of improving your website visibility and authority, to help increase your organic visits and eventually get you a higher ranking in the search results pages. This can be done by:
- Blogging and creating landing pages.
- Using keywords across your site.
- Linking internally and to external websites.
- Creating a backlink library for your website.
- Optimising your metadata.
SEO takes time to provide results. With a solid SEO strategy, it can take anywhere between 3 – 9 months to see any noticeable change to your online traffic (dependent on the sector of your business).
Google uses over 200 ‘ranking factors’, which determine where your website will rank, based on its authority and content relevancy. To be successful with SEO, your website must be fully optimised with the keywords and phrases that consumers use when searching for your services, contain links and backlinks, up-to-date content, and well-designed, responsive web pages.
Search engines should be able to see that your content is a valuable resource for specific search queries, and that your website is seen as a trustworthy source.
If you want to rank at the top spot in search engines, and increase your sales, then yes, you do. Search Engine Optimisation, when done right, allows your website to become visible to people searching for your product or services. Without SEO, potential customers can’t see your website – even after they’ve entered the relevant terms into Google.
SEO and PPC both generate traffic using similar principles, but they work in different ways:
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) creates a ‘Google Ready’ website which, over time, makes more frequent appearances in search results and will eventually rank higher in search engines. SEO doesn’t cost, as it works ‘organically’ – but it does require a substantial investment in time and resources to achieve optimum results.
- Pay-Per-Click (PPC) will drive traffic to your website at a faster rate than SEO. It’s quick to set up and will generate traffic to your website immediately. You only pay when a user clicks your ad or calls your number.
For the best results, businesses should try to balance a long-term SEO strategy with targeted PPC campaigns.
The short answer is yes.
However, while you may be eager to tackle your website SEO yourself, Imagefix always recommend that you outsource your SEO marketing to specialists who know how SEO works.
To get to page one on Google, Search Engine Optimisation requires time, keyword research, and specialist technical skills.