SEO Cornwall

Reach new customers online with SEO.

Increase online sales, generate high-quality leads, or raise your brand awareness with search engine optimisation.

The search engines are where people search for what to do, what to buy, and where to enquire.

Your business can appear on the search engines at the very moment someone is looking for products or services like yours.

Whether they are searching on a desktop or mobile, being found in a search engine can help you gain valuable customers.

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Get more customers with SEO

We help Cornish businesses thrive in the search engines, by being found at that moment when your customers are searching for what you offer.

Today, more people use search engines to buy or enquire, than any other marketing channel.

This is why search engine optimisation should be central to all marketing activities when growing your business.

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An SEO company that generates business

From researching the best keywords to a technical audit of your website to site migration, our search engine optimisation team are true experts in digital marketing.

Since being founded 13 years ago, we’ve been fast-tracking our clients to Page 1 search results with SEO in Cornwall.

Our approach to search engine optimisation has been developed upon what we know works and what we know doesn’t work.

Partnering with us means you’re on your way to an SEO Cornwall service that is geared around generating business, not just search engine results.

Our digital marketing approach is completely transparent, there are no dark secrets. In fact, we regularly share our knowledge on search engine marketing at international events, locally here in Cornwall, or writing for industry publications.

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Benefits of SEO

Searches show intention. Every time someone types something into Google they have search intent. It might be to engage, to act, to buy or to book.

People are actually searching for the problem you solve or a product to buy, so you pull traffic to your business.

You do not have to push out advertisements to persuade people to buy or order.

Traffic to your website from search engine results pages is people already interested in your products or services.

The visitor is also searching at the time that they need you, so they are more likely to convert or engage with your website than someone who views an advert at a time when they are not ready to act.

Your position within search results is very important. Research shows 75% of people don’t go beyond page one of a search engine.

So, if your site isn’t ranking between positions one to ten in the search engine results pages, 75% of your potential customers aren’t seeing your content. Sorting your search engine optimisation out is how you get placed higher on the results pages.

By optimising your website for SEO, you’re also improving your user experience.

User experience is a ranking factor and an important digital marketing metric.

The search engines want to see a mobile-friendly design, a high performing website with good technical SEO, good user engagement such as time on site, low bounce rates and fast loading. All features which help improve the visitor's experience on your website.

According to Google, over 50% of shoppers research online before they buy.

Offer a service? Then you'll be interested to know that 89% of B2B buyers turn to Google to research before placing an order or enquiry.

So regardless of what your business offers, your target audience is likely searching for products or services like yours on search engines like Google.

And if you want to attract them to your site, you need search engine optimisation.

Frequently Asked Questions about SEO

SEO is an acronym that stands for Search Engine Optimisation. It is the process of making on-page and off-page SEO enhancements to a website to make it more attractive to search engines, improving organic search engine results and increasing relevant web traffic.

SEO techniques include keyword research, technical SEO, content marketing, link building and SEO audits.

By understanding what your audience searches for, you can make your website more relevant for those keywords by creating an SEO strategy with content, optimising performance, gaining quality links and becoming authoritative within your business sector.

Google Adwords (also known as PPC and pay-per-click) is an ad platform operated by Google that allows businesses to advertise their website in search results when a user searches for a particular keyword.

Advertisers pay to use Google Adwords for each click on their advertisements. These ads show on the top of the search engine results page, the bottom and the side.

SEO, often referred to as organic SEO, is the process of improving your website to increase its visibility and its organic traffic when people search for products or services related to your business in the search engines.

How much SEO services cost will depend on the exact services provided and the scope of the project. However, generally, the more you spend, the quicker you’ll see results.

The overall costs of your SEO service will depend on what problems and areas for improvement are identified during your discovery session and site audit.

Other factors can also influence the cost of SEO including; International, national or local SEO, competition within your sector or industry, the current technical SEO status of your website, your website's technical performance, site authority and content quality.

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