Freelance SEO services in Brighton
Great content is the cornerstone of effective SEO. Great content marketed well is its pinnacle. Find out how you can reach the top.Content marketing
Word of mouth is the holy grail of promotion. Influencer marketing is how you amplify your voice and get your message heard.Influencer outreach
Links give you authority. And this authority is what will get you search visibility. It’s as simple as that.Link building services
Audits are the foundation of SEO. Without them you risk building your strategy on quicksand.SEO Audit
Make no mistake: you need Local SEO if your business is based in and serves a local area (or areas).Local SEO
Onpage optimisation is much more than just words on a page.Make sure you are set up to hit those targets.Onpage SEO
Keyword research has changed radically recently. Explore what intent, semantics and hummingbirds now mean for your site.Keyword research
You shouldn’t need an SEO expert to tell you this…
“Build it and they will come” is for dreamers.
And for many businesses SEO is the wake-up call.
They’ve deliberated over the design of their website, squabbled about its structure, crafted the copy, picked the pictures and, finally, launched their labour of love.
Ta dah! Job done: clear the decks for the onslaught of new business enquiries.
But nothing happens.
That hot prospect finder begins to look more like a damp squib. Where are the leads, where are the visitors, where are the fruits of all that hard work?
Unfortunately the truth is that building a site is simply the start. The real work has yet to begin.
SEO is not just a rude wake-up call: it’s also a very useful calling card.
It lets people know you have arrived and mean business. More importantly, it brings you that business. It makes phones ring, emails ping and gets doors opening.
I can help you audit your site for SEO issues, research your keywords, create and promote content, build your links and establish your local presence. I can place your business on the search map and help your target audience find you.
‘Build it and they will come’ is a motto for hopelessly deluded romantics: let’s go after the real business and leave the dreamers to their sleep.