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Below are our SEO Frequently Asked Questions which we have gathered for your convenience.

If you have any other questions you’d like us to answer that aren’t already covered, please feel free to contact us.

What is SEO?

Search engine optimisation is a set of rules and on and off-page processes that are used to help improve your website’s visibility in search engine results pages or SERPs.

Does My Business Need SEO?

In todays age of the internet SEO is incredibly important. Without a solid active SEO strategy in place, the competitors will outrank you for relevant keywords and your business exposure will be minimal.

How Does SEO Work?

By ensuring that your business website is aligned with what all major search engines and potential users are searching for.

How Long Will It Take to See the Effects of SEO?

Having an active SEO strategy that covers all the necessary areas will lead to seeing the effects and results sooner.

As its not a sprint but a marathon it could take up to as little as 4-6 months.

Why Doesn’t My Website Rank on Google?

With countless amounts of competitor websites online all fighting for the first top positions on SERPs, your chances of being number one are very slim.

Without having an active SEO campaign, it is impossible to rank in the top 10 of Google.

Has your websites organic traffic dropped?

Has your website experienced a sudden drop in organic traffic ranking after previously achieving a high ranking? Below are some of the reasons it may have dropped.

  • Lost Links
  • Structural changes to the website
  • Search updates by Google
  • Old or irrelevant content
  • Errors on your website

What Is Domain Authority?

Domain Authority (DA) is a metric developed by Moz that predicts how well a website will rank on search engine result pages (SERPs). It is a numerical score, ranging from 1 to 100, with higher scores indicating a greater likelihood of ranking higher in search results. Domain Authority is calculated using various factors, including the quality and quantity of inbound links to the website, the overall authority and trustworthiness of linking domains, and other SEO-related factors.