Local SEO

Get your website found in the search engines

Local SEO

Get your website found in the search engines

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What is SEO?

SEO or Search Engine Optimisation is the technique of increasing the visibility of a website for specific keywords to be seen by consumers looking for your services or products. SEO can be broken into two parts: On-Site SEO & Off-Site SEO.

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Why does SEO matter?

You can have the best-looking website and offer the best service to your customers but if your customers can’t find your business in the search engines when they are looking for businesses like you… what is the point? You need to be found.

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Keep it simple!

LuxSaf knows how to get your website to the top of the search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo). Do you want your website to be seen in Google?

How do we do Local SEO?

There are many factors why one website will rank at the top of the first page of the search engines and other websites don’t. For years we have been optimising websites to appear in the search engines and we understand what it takes to get a website to the number 1 position, we also know what doesn’t work to get a website ranked.

The way Google and other search engines are ranking websites changes all the time but there are some things that do not change:

Quality Content – Website Speed – Backlinks – User Experience – Quality Web Design

The Best Way to Show SEO is By Results, Our Results

The results and websites below are optimised to appear for localised keywords {Keyword + Location}. We optimise websites for keywords that customers are actually searching for online.

*Use the direction arrows to go through the results.

Local SEO Ranking Factors

Below are some of the ranking factors Google and other search engines look at when deciding where your website will appear in the search results. There are over 200 ranking factors, below are the 12 largest factors.

1. Inbound Links

2. Website Content

3. Website Speed

4. SSL Cert. (Is your website secure)

5. Mobile Friendly

6. Website Interlinking

7. Broken Links

8. Sitemaps

9. Server Response Time

10. Local Citations

11. Online Reputation

12. Social Signals

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