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Imagefix is a design and marketing agency that uses SEO to makes it easier for customers to find your business. This leads to increased organic traffic and a higher conversions.
Imagefix was founded two decades ago by Tina Loan and Garry West. They combined their expertise in web design and marketing to become one of the first digital marketing agencies for Hertfordshire. Today, as an award-winning provider, we have built a reputation for delivering first-class SEO services. Throughout our journey, we have assisted numerous businesses in achieving online success.
Right now, potential customers are actively searching online for products like yours. Imagefix uses SEO services to help them to find you.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) uses techniques and strategies with the aim of improving a website’s visibility and ranking in search engine results (Google, Bing, Yahoo). Imagefix has specialists in SEO website design, keyword research and content marketing. Their expertise results in qualified leads for business and greater online visibility.
A website that is also a marketing tool
Imagefix SEO websites are optimised for Google. Our technical SEO also ensures that your site loads fast, gives visitors an excellent experience of your brand, and is easy to navigate so visitors can find what they’re looking for quickly.
SEO gives you a website that works 24/7 for you
With our SEO services in full swing, your business operates around the clock, attracting online prospects continuously. The majority of businesses we work with experience a significant increase in visitor numbers as a result of our SEO services.
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By optimising your website, you enhance the user experience for visitors. The content becomes more focused and compelling, pages load swiftly, and navigation becomes seamless. As a result, individuals who click through to your site tend to stay longer and exhibit a higher likelihood of responding to calls to action or subscribing to your services.
When you collaborate with Imagefix, an experienced provider of SEO, you establish a partnership with Google. Through optimisation, Google gains the ability to effortlessly read your website and match it to appropriate online searches.
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Search Engine Optimisation FAQs.
SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is the practise of improving your website’s content in order to boost online exposure and site authority. This can help you improve organic traffic and revenue, as well as get a high ranking in search engine results pages. This can be accomplished by:
- Creating useful content, such as blogs.
- Using SEO-friendly keywords across your site.
- Making a list of landing pages.
- Including both internal and external connections.
- Developing backlinks for your website.
- Enhance your meta descriptions and titles.
SEO takes a while to establish. Your business will see an increase in web traffic within in 3 – 6 months of SEO being applied.
If you want people to find your website through search engines, you need SEO. A well-planned Search Engine Optimisation strategy helps your website to rank high on Google and be found by visitors looking for your products and services. Without SEO, potential clients would struggle to reach your website, even after entering relevant search terms.
Google uses 200 ‘ranking criteria’ to determine where your website ranks. This is all dependent on the authority of your site and the relevance of its content to search engine users. Every page on your website must be optimised using keywords and phrases that people use while looking for your services. It has to have internal/external links, backlinks, current and relevant information, and well-designed pages that are compatible with all devices.
Search engines should be able to recognise that your website is a valuable resource for people’s search queries and that your content is a reliable source of information.
The short answer is yes, you can.
However, while it might sound easy to optimise your site yourself, Imagefix always recommends handing over your Search Engine Marketing to knowledgeable specialists.
To rank well, SEO requires a combination of resources, time, keyword research, and specialist technical skills.
PPC and SEO will both increase traffic utilising similar principles, but they also work in different ways:
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) creates a ‘Google Ready’ website that, over time, will appear more frequently in search results and eventually rank higher in search engines. SEO is regarded as an ‘organic’ marketing tactic because it does not cost anything, but it does necessitate an investment in time and resources to provide the greatest results.
Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising will rapidly generate visitors to your website. It’s simple to set up and the results are seen immediately. You’ve established a budget and will only pay for PPC (Google Ads) when someone clicks on your ad or phones your company.
Businesses should strive to blend a long-term SEO strategy with targeted PPC efforts for the greatest outcomes.
Keywords are search queries typed into Google’s search bar or any other search engine that returns results. For example, the phrase “how to use SEO?” would be considered a keyword. Keywords are utilised to improve your site’s copy for landing pages and blogs. They help search engines match your content with search engine queries.
Use SEO-rich keywords across your site, but avoid over-optimisation, which might raise a red signal with Google and negatively impact your website’s rating.