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Imagefix creates copy that improves engagement & sales for local businesses online.

Who we are and what we do.

And How Can Imagefix Help Your Business?

Imagefix is a design and marketing agency that helps companies create their brand identity, grow their online presence and convert more leads.

SEO Copywriting Services

Back in 2006 Imagefix was started by Garry West and Tina Loan who 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.

Copywriting makes your website visible on Google

A great website design also needs well-written copy which uses carefully researched keywords organically to perform effectively on Google. Imagefix specialist copywriters use professional writing techniques to produce original copy that speaks to your audience and complies with Google’s ranking factors for excellent search engine visibility.

SEO copywriting includes:

  1. Keyword research, we find the keywords that customers use when searching for the products and services you sell.
  2. SEO enriched copy – carefully researched keywords, relevant to your business and weaved into regular blogs and pages.
  3. PPC campaigns that work fast to drive targeted traffic to your website using SEO keywords.
 
 
Imagefix provides SEO services for UK business, and always gets results. The majority of our clients enjoy a sustained Page One ranking in Google.

Get started with SEO today.

Talk to the Imagefix digital marketing team on 01525 715608

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Our copywriting is based on research into the search queries your customers use to find sites like yours. It understands what kind of information they’re looking for, and delivers that information using interesting and accurate copy that integrates relevant keywords.

Google ranks your website according to the quality of its content and the value it offers to visitors. Copy that demonstrates careful research and crafted responses to customer queries is rewarded.

Servicing the Following Areas.

Bedford • Flitwick • Ampthill • Bletchley • Toddington • Bedfordshire • Sandy • Stevenage • Hitchin • Shefford • Luton • Harpenden • Milton Keynes • Cambridge • Buckinghamshire • Dunstable • Buckingham • Leighton Buzzard • Kempston • Biggleswade • St. Neots • Hertfordshire

6 SEO Tips for SEO 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:

With over 50% of online searches made on mobile phones, your website needs to display equally well on every device. Check this by testing your site on your phone, laptop and your tablet. If there are any issues with the formatting or design, you’ll need some help to make it responsive.

You want searchers to find their way to your website first. One of the best ways of doing this is to find out how your customers search. For example, someone looking for a plumber may use the search term ‘Plumbers near me’ to find the right site. If this is the case, you need to use a Google Business Profile to optimise your website for local searches.

Google rewards sites that know what questions their customers ask, and takes good care to answer them. If you sell stone floors, your customers might ask: “Which is the cheapest stone floor?”. Your website needs to answer this in the form of either an FAQs page, blog, or page. It’s all about creating copy that serves your customers.

Which of your competitors are taking in the most online traffic? Analyse their practices to see what they’re doing right that you’re not. The internet is a great resource, and the competition is your best place to learn and adapt. Are your competitors offering an attractive website design, clearer copy, better site navigation or FAQs? Once you know, you can start to improve your website.

User experience (UX) makes up a large portion of SEO. You can find out out how good your UX is by testing your website on a friend that doesn’t know your business. Can they see straight away what you’re selling? Is it clear how they can buy your services or products? Does your website guide them efficiently through the buying process?

This is simple, but it’s absolutely vital. Visitors won’t tolerate waiting around for your site to load on their device. Most users will click off a web page after a 3 second delay. If your site is loading slowly it could be because of large image and video files. Browse through your media library, and reduce images over 80-100kb in size.

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Search Engine Optimisation FAQs.

Search Engine Optimisation (abbreviated to SEO), is the process of improving your websites’ online authority, to help increase it’s organic search results, sales and eventually get you a good ranking. This can be done using techniques like:

  • Creating new blogs and useful content.
  • Using relevant keywords across your website.
  • Creating geo-based landing pages.
  • Adding links to relevant external content, and linking internally.
  • Creating backlinks to your website.
  • Optimising your metadata.

SEO takes a while to provide results. With a well thought-out SEO strategy in place, it can take anywhere between 3 to 9 months to see any noticeable change to your online traffic (depending on your business sector).

Google has over 200 ‘ranking factors’, that determine your websites position on the search engine. These factors are based on its authority and content relevancy. To be successful with SEO, your website needs to:

  • Be optimised with keywords and phrases relevant to your business.
  • Contain links and backlinks.
  • Contain new, up-to-date content.
  • Be well-designed, and responsive on all web pages.

Search engines like Google have to see that your content provides valuable resources for specific search queries, and that your website is a trustworthy source.

If your endgame is to have a top spot on Google, and increased sales and traffic then yes, you do need SEO. When done right, Search Engine Optimisation allows your website to become visible to users searching for your product and services. Without SEO, these potential customers won’t be able to find your website – even when using relevant search terms.

Anybody can do SEO, but while it sounds simple enough to tackle your it by yourself, Imagefix always recommend that you outsource your SEO marketing to specialists with the knowledge on SEO and how to get the most from it.

To be able to reach a position on page one, Search Engine Optimisation requires time, thorough research, and technical skills and knowledge.

SEO and PPC both generate traffic with similar principles, but they work differently:

  • Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a long process which makes your website ‘Google Ready’ which, over time, will appear more frequently search results and subsequently rank higher on Google. SEO is called ‘organic’ marketing, meaning it doesn’t cost, but does require a substantial investment in time and resources to achieve optimum results.
  • Pay-Per-Click (PPC) will drive traffic to your website a lot quicker than SEO will. It is fast to set-up and you will see the results immediately. You only pay for PPC (Google Ads) 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.

Keywords are any term or phrase entered into a search bar that displays a results page. An example of a keyword could be “plumber in Bedford”. Keywords are used to optimise website copy for pages and blogs, making them visible to crawlers looking for relevant responses to search queries.

Use optimised keywords across your site, but don’t over-use them, as this creates a red flag for Google and harms your search results ranking.

What our clients think.

Check out what some of our lovely customers have to say about our award winning services.

Diamond Garage Doors
Diamond Garage Doors
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So glad we made the switch to you guys, honestly. You have all been great. Thank you so much.
Kevin Sheridan
Kevin Sheridan
London Underpinning
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It has been a really busy year. Lots of leads came in and I’m really, really pleased with it so thank you for all your help and hard work. The website is on the front page of Google for all the key phrases.
David Doyle
David Doyle
Oakley Studios
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Excellent service for SEO & website building/fixing, we are really pleased with the amount of enquiries coming through which have boosted our web presence and ranking with Google. Highly recommendedExcellent
Lorraine Seekings
Lorraine Seekings
Liquid Screed Direct
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We have been working with Imagefix for the past 18 months. They built our website and now manage our marketing. They have always been very accommodating and professional on all levels. It is a pleasure working with them. Thank you for everything you do and continue to do for our marketing requirements.
Mara Eusebietti
Mara Eusebietti
AgeChecked Ltd
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I worked with Imagefix for about 1 year and it has been a great experience. The team is very professional and very knowledgeable. We used them for SEO and general website support to writing content for our website and social media channels, highly recommended!
Iain Corby
Iain Corby
The Age Verification Providers Association
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Garry and his team do a first-class job designing, developing and maintaining our website. Urgent requests are turned around in record time and day-to-day requirements are dealt with almost as swiftly. A particularly helpful feature of their most recent update was a 15 minute video explaining how I could make minor adjustments myself which was not only useful but also demonstrates that they are not simply trying to charge every penny possible but are happy to teach their clients to help themselves when it’s more appropriate.
Claire Koryczan
Claire Koryczan
Imagine Beyond
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Excellent experience with the Imagefix team. Their creativity, website design and responsiveness were second to none and so appreciated. Imagefix are brilliant to collaborate with, and they deliver fantastic results. Highly recommended.
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