Does SEO have to be costly ?
No, organic and natural SEO does not have to be expensive. WHY ? Other forms of SEO pay for links on high page rank sites, this does bring benefits, however is comes with a price and now Google views the activity as Blackhat.
What SEO company is for me ?
Look for a SEO company that is willing to work with you, and not go it alone. Make sure you choose a company that has a good position in Google for its chosen search engine optimisation market.
Experience to deliver results:
QuickWhoisSEO has over 6 years experience in the SEO field, with clients ranging from NHS charities through to small ecommerce websites and blue chip companies. Registered to the ALZA Management Institute as a certified SEO company.
This website retails emf meters, after initial optimisation the client enjoys page one positions in Google for main keywords that relate to emf meters. Take a look in Google..
Companies which achieve high rankings using natural search engine optimisation become more trusted by customers as they are more likely to provide services that customer is looking for.
1. SEO is also a much cheaper option than a PPC campaign; a single click with a PPC campaign can cost anywhere from £2-£45 where as one click from the use of natural ranking improvement costs on average between 8p and 45p.
2. Organic SEO is the number of techniques for a long-term marketing investment bringing results year after year.
How do we work ?
When it comes to generate a high Return on Investment (ROI) there is no better system of marketing than SEO.
ROI from professionally organised search engine campaign with top natural ranking in Google can give you up to 50 times your investment. For example, for each £500 you spend on professional quality SEO, you can generate a return of up to £25,000.
Organic SEO results have a much better conversion rate than a similar Pay per Click (ppc) campaign.
Web users trust more in Google results generated from natural keywords rather than ad-words results where companies pay for the rights to be shown for certain keywords.