Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Q&A

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James Norquay added an answer to this question
James Norquay

James Norquay, SEO Director at

When you are picking a new SEO company, I would start with asking some of the following questions, I would mainly do this over the phone or you can meet them in person (probably advise meeting people in person) to get a better feel for the business and too see who will actually be working on your account ...  Continue Reading
Wendy Huang

, Full Time Blogger and YouTuber at A Custom Blog in 4 Minutes

Great tips James :)! Never expect anything less ;)

Emanuel Petrescu added an answer to this question
Emanuel Petrescu

Emanuel Petrescu, SEO Specialist at

1. Always have your user's best interest in mind! Try to deliver the best possible answer for their query and Google will reward you by showing your page on top of the search results. That's the most important aspect (in my opinion). 

Then, the rest:
2. Keywords - use the keywords (more specifically - the language) your prospects are using. 
3. Take care of the technical aspects of your website - speed, make sure it's up to date, plugins, functionalities - everything working?

Paul Easton added an answer to this question
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Paul Easton

Paul Easton at Vine Digital Ltd

Sorry, but the comments above make good blog posts but are not from people in the trenches. 15 years in the business, and while it's a lot of work, many focus on the wrong elements and get little results, especially content. Content on its own won't cut it.
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Hatty Bell

, Community Manager at

Thanks for your insight @Paul Easton ! Does this help @John Edwards ?