SEO

What good are websites if no one ever sees them?

What good are words if no one ever reads them?

We all search for information online every day.

Google handles over 40,000 searches every second. That's over 3.5 billion searches every day and 1.2 trillion each year.

Basically, somewhere in the world, someone is looking for what you're selling right now.

But guess what?

Although there are trillions of websites out there, people only really look on page one of a set of search results.

Just think back to the last time you looked something up on Google... did you go to page two?

SEO [search engine optimisation] is the strategy of making sure that your website is on page one so that searchers find your site and not someone else's.

If your business is on page one, you can expect plenty of traffic to your website which, in turn, means leads, customers and revenue.

If you're not on page one, then you're pretty much invisible to the world...

... and your competitors can gobble up all the profit.

The advantages of SEO.

SEO is brilliantly predictable.

We can see how many people are searching for certain terms each month and what these users are doing in terms of the results they're hitting up.

Unlike other forms of marketing, SEO is incredibly reliable.

One piece of data is worth 1,000 opinions.

As creative as we are, at Splash Copywriters, we also like to deal in hard facts.

We can find out how many people look up a certain term, what they click on, what they do when they land on a site, who is ranking there and how...

... the risk element is greatly reduced.

Do you want leads delivered straight to your door 24/7?

How long does SEO take to work?

SEO can often be seen as more of a long-term play, but this isn't always the case.

It really depends on the keyword you're targeting and the difficulty of ranking for it.

However, the length of time that it takes to reach page one has been greatly overplayed. If you know what you're doing, it can take as little as 4 weeks. 

Okay, so SEO might not produce results as fast as paid ads, but it's not far behind. It's a whole lot cheaper too, In addition, your efforts will last a lifetime without the continual need for ad spend.

We develop long-lasting sales weapons.

At Splash Copywriters, we have a unique approach to SEO.

We won't just get your site ranking for a handful of keywords.

Instead, as highly-skilled copywriters, we're able to create epic pieces of content that will attract your target audience straight to your shop window for years to come. 

Our service isn't just about ranking highly; it's also about dominating your market and completely crushing your competition.

SEO case studies.

If you'd like to see examples of the killer page one content that we can create, then the best way to do that is by heading to our blog.

There, you'll see examples like this post.

That article ranks at the top of page one for the term "trade marketing", which gets looked up a whopping 49,000 times every month.

[Go ahead, fire up Google and give us a test right now - we won't take offence.]

 

 

As you can imagine, the traffic we get from that one blog post alone is insane.

Something that didn't cost us a penny to product.

Just some sharp analysis, hard work and clever application.

And we obviously have a number of clients who have enjoyed similar results. Now, we could be here all day, so we've just listed 3 examples for you to take in: 

  • We created this article to get skincare brand Gruum to page one.
  • We wrote this post to move babysitting business Join Bubble in front of their perfect audience.
  • We devised this piece to catapult marketing company Only Red to the top of the SERPs.

Want a friendly, no-obligation chat about SEO?

Now, we're pretty sure that you know the importance of having a strong digital presence. After all, it's common sense, right?

More website traffic means more leads, which means more customers and more profit.

But there's a lot to SEO.

It's pretty tactical.

Quality content is essential, but there's more to it than meets the eye.

Market research and competitor analysis is essential to spot the gaps in any given market.

And after that, we need to uncover what keywords to target and sort out the on-page SEO out. Then it's all about going into full link building mode.

So, we bet that you've probably got loads of questions.

If that's right, then no problem. Get in touch today...