Every day, hundreds of thousands of people head to Google to search for solutions to their problems.
We position your website - and therefore your business - to be found by those people whose problems you can solve.
When you search for something on Google - or any other search engine for that matter - have you ever wondered WHY the top result is the top result? And why the second result is second and not top?
It all comes down to what Google calls relevance. The website that comes at position 1 for any particular search term, comes at position 1 because Google's top secret algorythm has decided it is the most relevant website in the world for that search term, to you, the searcher.
How does it decide?
Isn't that the billion pound question. Nobody outside of Google knows for sure exactly how it works - and they update the algorythm every 6 months too.
But we do know some of the rules - and we are able to deliberately position your website to appear at the top of Google for search terms relevant to your business.
SEO, which stands for Search Engine Optimisation, is the process by which we do this.
Optimising a web page to rank for a particular search term is not an exact science. There are no guarantees and it can take some time. Because of this, we cannot guarantee outcomes for a given budget.
SEO takes time. So what you don't want is links that were placed 6 months ago, disappearing. How will you ever reach page 1 of Google if links are being removed?