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Your website should be your best salesperson. If it’s not generating any inbound demand or any leads each month then there’s a serious problem. Learn what key opportunities your business is missing out on with a customized SEO strategy roadmap.

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Our Focus? SEO Solutions That Generate Real Demand

In 2021 and beyond, SEO is vital to the success of modern businesses. Particularly businesses who are interested in investing time and effort into sustainable and profitable online marketing initiatives. B2B companies can leverage SEO and other inbound methodologies to fill their pipeline, build trust with prospects, and generate demand without having to pay to play.

The fact is, that there are people searching for products and services each and every day. If they aren’t finding you, they are landing on your competitors websites and doing business with them. If you aren’t on the first page of any given result, you will lose out on 75% of user clicks.

Here’s where we shine.

Keyword Research

Every successful SEO campaign starts with research. Our keyword research not only looks at volume and competitiveness, but also the intent of the target user through SERP analysis so we can map them to the correct stage of their buying journey. From there we’ll use this information to make content that converts.

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Technical SEO Audits

We’ll take a good hard look at every factor holding your website back from getting more traffic and leads. Then suggest or implement tried and true Google approved best practices to get you back on track. Technical SEO involves optimizing your website to make it more easily found, understood, and included in Google’s search results.

Technical SEO Audits

"There are a lot of people who claim to “know” SEO and then there is a subset of those people who claim to be able to “deliver SEO results.” I have spent years doing digital marketing with vendors and probably worked with 20+ SEO firms...[they] were by far the most transparent, most educational and the most professional about their process and results. I would recommend them to any client with a significant need to improve their rankings."

Lucas S.

"They have everything you need in one trusted vendor and team to experiment and execute GTM."

Paul @ SaaS Management Platform

Link Building & Off Page

Links are the thumbs up and thumbs down system of the web. Search engines value authoritative and trustworthy websites with similar backlinks. We know how to get them. Through guest posting, content outreach, building business directory profiles, and good ol’ fashioned PR, we know how to get you links and build authority.

Link Building

Competitive Gap Analysis

Understanding the competitive landscape is essential as it helps inform your SEO strategy. Particularly in an ever-evolving space like SEO, you need to know what works and what doesn’t as quickly as possible. This helps take the guesswork out of your campaigns and allows you to get results much more quickly.

Competitor Analysis

On Page Optimizations

On Page SEO is all about factors that your clients and potential customers will interact with. Headings tags, Google approved meta descriptions, title tags, url optimization, and more. We do it all. These optimizations are all about increasing engagement with your site and content.

What Kind of Experience Do Top Rated B2B SEO Agencies Provide?

B2B SEO and inbound demand generation is about more than simple keyword additions and putting up a few blog posts. If you’re vetting a parner claiming to be the “best B2B SEO agency”, here’s what to keep in mind.

Onboarding, Research & Analysis

Your ideal provider should take the time to understand the key parts of your business, industry, objectives, and only then should they map any research or  findings to a strategy. For example, our research and analysis phase involves:

  •  Learning about or clarifying your target audience
  • Understanding existing client acquisition channels
  • If you’ve been impacted by any previous algorithm updates
  • Current ranking factors and how to take advantage of them
  • What team members you have in your markteting department to support the campaign
  • If you’ve engaged in a search engine optimization or content marketing campaign before
  • What kind of technical SEO issues are you experiencing
  • Which companies and industries you serve
  • Existing keyword rankings and topics you are already visible for

Technical & Website Support

Anyone claiming to be a “B2B SEO Expert” should not only be able to assist in content creation and “on page” SEO optimizations (title tags, meta descriptions, schema.org structured data, etc), but in the technical aspects of SEO as well. Related website optimization support includes:

  • Page load performance
  • Information architechture and site navigation
  • Search friendly landing page creation and keyword mapping
  • Conversion rate optimization
  • Robots.txt
  • XML sitemaps

Analytics & Performance Measurement

Web analytics and tracking is a key area of expertise needed within any B2B organization or marketing partner. If you aren’t accurately measuring your progress and results, then you’re likely throwing money down the drain. You can’t improve what you can’t measure. Some of our analytics services include:

  • Google analytics and Google search console set up
  • Conversion tracking set up for phone calls, form submissions, demo requests, and more
  • Ongoing data analysis, dashboards, and data visualization
  • Monthly strategy and reporting calls

SEO FAQs

What Is SEO?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO It is a mixture of different strategies and marketing disciplines designed to get more people to visit your website. This is done by getting your site to the top pages of the SERPS (search engine results pages).

How do you do SEO?

SEO involves many different components and takes a lot into consideration. Through tweaking code, writing engaging content, building links, and optimizing user experience, we are able to communicate to Google and other major search engines what your business and website are about. Naturally the better these search engines understand what you’re about, the more likely you are to rank higher for terms relating to your business. Higher rankings equals more traffic to your website. More traffic equals more potential leads and eventually more customers as well.

Is SEO dead?

If you’re talking about adding in your keyword 157 times for no reason to a page and building spammy comment links in order to get a page to “rank”, then yes. That’s dead.

However, in 2019 and beyond, the process of understanding how your target audience searches for your products and services, then matching that with the correct digital assets and pages on your website to generate more money is very much alive.

What is an SEO strategist?

A search engine optimization strategist (sometimes referred to as a “specialist”) is an individual who has spent 2-5 years minimum focusing their efforts on learning and practicing SEO professionally. This can be someone who works in house for an organization, leads the department of a digital marketing agency, or who freelances and works for themselves. Our B2B SEO agency contains 4 primary SEO specialists who own a unique aspect of your SEO campaign.

What are some SEO tools that your agency uses?

Our favorite SEO tools:

  • Google Search Console
  • Google Analytics
  • SEMrush
  • Moz
  • Screaming Frog
  • Yoast
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Ahrefs
  • Google Keyword Planner

What is the difference between Technical, Local, On Page, and Off Page SEO?

On page: On Page SEO is all about factors that your clients and potential customers will interact with. Heading tags, image alts, page copy, internal links, keywords used, url structure, and more.

Technical SEO:  Technical SEO involves optimizing code structure, website speed optimization, and adding structured data like Schema Markup. This allows search engines to be able to crawl your site more effectively.

Local SEO:  Everything that Google would use to rank your site for a local audience or user. From Google My Business Reviews, business citations, neighborhood/city specific targeting, making sure your business information is consistent, etc.

Link Building (Off Page): Links are the thumbs up and thumbs down system of the web. Search engines evaluate your site (and it’s ranking potential) based on both the quality and quantity of links you have coming from other websites back to yours.

Can I do SEO for my own business/myself?

Sure. If you’re tenacious and want to spend your time learning, then absolutely. Anyone technically can. Atleast when it comes to the basics.

However, to be competitive long term and actually see a return on your investment (of time and money), it’s not something that you’ll be able to do overnight.

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