Help more customers find your business with search engine marketing

Top Google's rankings

Increase website visitors

Increase enquiries and sales

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How it works?

Technical performance

Is your website search engine friendly, fast, easy to use and great looking on mobile devices? More


Do you have many links to your website from other great quality websites in your market? More


Does your website have top quality content that addresses your visitor’s needs? More

Social signals

Is your business getting mentions on social media, with people sharing your site and content? More

Frequently asked questions

1What is SEO?

SEO (search engine optimisation) is the marketing activity that helps a website get to the top of Googles search rankings.

From making sure the website is fast and well written, to getting links from other websites, and much more.

It is a very broad subject requiring expertise in:

  • Creating and maintaining well designed fast websites
  • Producing great written and graphical content
  • Connecting with others on the web so they share and link to your web pages.
  • Google and their algorithm 
  • and more

The most effective SEO campaigns tie in with a business’s other marketing activities. It is no longer something the 'SEO Company' does in isolation.

2Will SEO work for my business?

SEO will only benefit you as a marketing activity if there are searches in Google for your products and services, or brand.

If there are searches, we would need to do analysis to see if it would be profitable for you.

Google can tell us the rough number of searches per month for every single phrase that is types into Google.

At the same time, Google can tell us the approximate pay per click (PPC) value that other bid for that term.

So, if you had a phrase that had 1,000 searches a month, and a PPC value of £10 per click, then this could be a profitable term.

Whereas if you had a phrase that had 10 searches a month, and a PPC value of £0.01 per click, then this may not be profitable. 

Please call Mike to find out if SEO could be profitable for your business.

3How much will it cost?

It is impossible to give you an SEO price for your business without a chat and some analysis.

There are many factors which can affect your sites SEO performance, such as:

  • Your competitors
  • Quality of your existing site
  • Links to your site
  • and much more.

Call Mike to discuss the work that your website needs and how much this would cost.

4How quick are SEO results?

It normally takes a few months for SEO work to have an effect. Though for larger older websites this can be much quicker.

Please call Mike to discuss your site and realistic timescales.

5Do you know what you are doing with SEO?

Letting our results do the talking, see testimonials and case studies from previous clients.

Many of our clients have come to us from agencies who did not know what they were doing, so we do get asked this question. Usually the reason was that they did not know how to build links.

6Do you do national SEO?

Despite our name, we are very experienced in national SEO with many UK wide clients.

The competition is often greater meaning it is even more important to:

  • Have a fast and well-designed website
  • Have great quality links

Please contact us for national SEO client references.

7Why are links important, and can I trust you to build good ones?

Since 2004 we have been building relationships with website owners, bloggers and journalists. So, when we start building links for a new client, we have many contacts who we can approach for quality links.

We are happy to give references from past link building clients.

Still the main way that Google measures how good your website is, is the quality of the links to it from other sites. 

These links are often the main difference between success and failure.

SEO agencies are therefore under pressure to deliver links to their client’s websites. If not approached in the right way, this can be a challenging task. 

There are easy ways to build links which do not meet Googles terms of service. They can increase a website ranking, but risk the site being banned from Google. This is not good for anyone.

8My site has received a penalty, can you help?

Yes, we have helped many websites recover from Googles Penalties. Businesses who came to us following 'iffy' practices from their previous SEO agency.

Google operates terms for service that website owners much meet to be listed in their index. If a website does not meet their requirements, Google may:

  1. Penalise the site by reducing its rankings
  2. Remove the site from its index altogether

This may be due to:

  1. Issues with the website and its content (Google Panda Penalty)
  2. Issues with the websites linking to the website (Google Penguin Penalty) 

If your site has suffered a penalty, please see Google Penalty Recovery, or call Mike.


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On-site SEO

When considering where to rank your web-page, Google looks at your website and the information on its pages
Diagram of inner workings of a website

Technical performance

The technical performance of a website is very important to its search engine performance.

Why should Google rank your site well if it is slow and looks terrible on mobile devices?

  • Fast

None of us like waiting a long time for a web page to load.

Today ??% of web searches are on mobile devices which often rely on slow mobile networks for data. So, if your website is slow, on a mobile device it can be very slow.


If you think about it, the only reason any of us visit any website is to read, watch or listen to its content.

Why should Google rank your site well if its content is thin, generic, and does not engage your visitors?

  • Engagement

Google is able assess if people like your website.

Off-site SEO

If you want top rankings Google needs to see your site as an authority and trustworthy. The main way it does this, is by looking at the links to your website
Concept image of seo links


Our goal for your link building campaigns is to increase your search engine rankings for the long term and attracts new visitors from the sites linking to you

We have been successfully link building since 2004.

Our methods fully meet Google terms of service. All the links are from quality websites and will be a long-term asset for your business. We have learnt how to create content that people want to link too, and then how to approach others to ask for that link.

Social Signals

Social media can be a great source of links for your website, increasing Google rankings and attracting visitors.

Twitter example

If someone shares your article on Twitter, this is a one link. If say another 100 people share the article, this is another 100 links. If say 50 of those people like what you have to say and visit your site, these are 50 new site visitors.

Google Penalty Recovery


Do you think your website has suffered a Google Penalty?

(1) Its suffering from lower than deserved rankings or (2) has been banned from Googles Index, more

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Google is always trying to improve its search results and filter out poor quality websites; two of their filters they call Panda and Penguin:

Google Panda

The Google Panda filter looks at the quality of the content on your website. 

If the quality is below their set standards, you may see a drop in rankings for the offending pages.

If you have been very bad it is possible to see parts, or all your site banned from their index.

Google Penguin

The Google Penguin penalty looks at the quality of the links pointing to your website. If the quality is below their set standards you may see:

  • a drop in rankings for one page
  • one page removed from Googles index
If you believe your website is suffering from either of these penalties please call Mike to discuss.

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