We build Search Engine friendly websites

We offer an SEO service which will help you  gain a high ranking placement in the search engine results page (SERP) including Google, Bing and Yahoo.

Our ethical Search Engine Optimisation services complies with Google’s quality guidelines.

We offer the following SEO in Banbury and surrounding Oxfordshire area as part of a new Web Design package:

  • Clean error free CSS3 & HML5 code
  • Table-free CSS layouts
  • Correct us of HTML document structure
  • XML sitemap & robots.txt file towards making your website search engine friendly

If you need greater viability we can help

Achieving higher page ranking or attaining a top page listing in natural search results requires a prescribed approach. A summary of our services is outlined below.

We offer the following SEO in Banbury and surrounding area as part of a new Web Design package or as a independent service:

  • Research current search trends relevant to your business
  • Analyse your web page content
  • Analyse competitors code & web page content
  • Analyse your website backlinks
  • Investigate and remedy structural website problems effecting SEO
  • High-traffic page optimisation
  • Analyse load speed of your website
  • Turbo-charge your website using Google’s ‘PageSpeed’ recommendations
  • Weekly competition ranking reports
  • Weekly ranking reports grouped by search engine
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) from £195pm

Search Engine Optimisation

SEO is the process of improving the visibility and placement of a website in a search engine’s search results. The goal is to increase visibility in search results for targeted keywords which then may generate traffic interested in engaging services.

Keywords are central to the search process and are fundamental to how search engine spiders index, store and retrieve data about web pages.

In natural or ‘organic’ search engine placement, the search results returned are determined by relevance to the search terms. Websites and web pages that closely match the search terms are most likely to appear in the search results. Higher page ranked web pages are more likely to appear at the top of the search results.

We can help with the task of improving search engine visibility can be divided into ‘on-site’ and ‘off-site’ SEO. On-page optimisation and keyword prominence are among ‘on-site’ factors which contribute towards ‘search engine friendly’ pages. Off-site factors tend to focus on building link popularity and improving ‘PageRank’. Link building often involves submissions in local business directories like the UK Directory to generate backlinks and citations.

‘PageRank’ results from a mathematical algorithm. The rank value indicates an importance of a particular page. A hyperlink to a page (backlink or inbound links) counts as a vote of support for that page and the more inbound links the more importance is acquired. A web page that has inbound links from pages with a higher PageRank receives a higher rank itself. However, inbound links from ‘low quality’ websites that are deemed in breach of Google’s quality guidelines can negatively affect placement.

On-page optimisation is the method to ensure that targeted keywords are given prominence within the page’s content. There are many tactics and effective “best practices” for keyword usage to help create pages that are optimized.

In a competitive situation getting good search placement is a matter of developing both good ‘on-site’ and ‘off-site’ SEO practices.

Achieving higher page ranking or attaining a top page listing in natural search results requires a prescribed approach.

Mobile friendliness as a ranking signal

Making your website mobile-friendly improves user experience (UX) and increases user engagement on mobile devices. It not only enhances customer satisfaction and loyalty but also helps you rank better in search results on mobile devices.

In responding to the adoption of smartphones and tables Google positively rewards websites in search results which are deemed mobile-friendly. Alongside this websites which have faster page speed load time are also rewarded by an increase in search results positioning.

Google’s mobile-friendliness ranking signal started April 21st 2018 so if your site is not mobile friendly this might significantly impact on your search results. To find out if your website is mobile friendly take the Mobile-Friendly Test!

What determines mobile friendliness?

Pages that are considered mobile friendly have the following attributes:.

Correctly configured viewport, page content which fits the device width, text on the page which is readable, links and tap targets that are sufficiently large and touch-friendly, page loading which avoids render blocking elements and is quick to load over mobile networks.