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So you’re searching for somebody to do your SEO Liverpool?
Maybe you’ve been let down by an SEO Agency in Liverpool or just finally decided it’s time to take your online presence to the next level. Whatever your reasoning for beginning your search for a Liverpool SEO, I can assure you that you have finally found the right person to help you. I provide an SEO service that you haven’t experienced before.
My name is Marty Rogers, a 32-year-old SEO consultant in Liverpool. I have over 10 years of technical SEO experience and I love showing businesses the true value of SEO by devising and implementing effective white hat SEO campaigns based around transparency.
I’m a real SEO expert, not a wannabe who’s spent an hour reading Moz’s SEO guide.
All of my SEO successes have come within competitive industries which is why I can dominate for anything I want to, when I want to. I’m a natural winner. I don’t accept losses.
This site, Liverpool SEO Marty, is brand new. Watch in real-time as I do my thing in trying to rank it locally to pull in business owners like yourself who I can work with. You have to practice what you preach after all, right?
Just some of the benefits of working with me:
If you have a local business in Liverpool and need to get more customers and clients in this area, this is something I can help you with. Whether you want to sell more beds, book more dental appointments or hire out more skips I can help you to reach your targets.
On the same note, if you want to get customers from all over the UK rather than just locally I can also help you with this. Nothing is too competitive for me.
SEO is a bit like baking a cake. You need a number of different ingredients to make the cake you want, and the same can be said for SEO. There are a number of different activities and factors we have to think about and deal with for every SEO campaign.
Here are the different aspects of SEO I deal with:
Ranking well locally is important for a lot of businesses, for example plumbers, driving instructors, accountants, dentists and solicitors to name just a few. To achieve this a website must be optimised correctly with plenty of NAP citations that help to confirm that your Google My Business location is a real business location for customers.
Finding keywords with good search volume and ranking potential based on your budget is one of the most important aspects of any SEO campaign. I use SEMRush and a number of other great SEO tools to achieve this. I will always find the keywords that I think offer the best opportunity for your business, subject to your approval, of course.
Backlinks are still one of the most important ranking signals for Google. It’s important to build them in a way that looks as natural as possible and avoid any bad neighbourhoods that could cause more harm than good. I use a variety of methods to pick up great links including local directories, reputation profiles, guest blogging, blogger outreach, content marketing, and more. I also actively monitor link profiles and disavow toxic links.
Only second to backlinks is content. As an SEO my goal is always to make the content on your website as relevant as possible to the users searching for the keywords we are targeting. We call this SEO copywriting. It’s always part of our SEO campaign.
Website speed is a very important factor within Google’s search rankings now. They don’t want to send their users to a website that is going to frustrate them, especially now that they use Mobile-first indexing. I’ll make sure your website is as fast as possible.
Whenever I start an SEO campaign with a new client I always ask them who their main competitors are. This is because I want to look at their SEO, what they’re currently ranking for, and what they’re actively doing to get an idea for how we can beat them.
This is one of my favourite ways of building backlinks. It involves looking at all of the backlinks that your competitor has and trying to steal all of them so that we’re quickly on an even playing field with them. Logic says if we do this, and build new links, we should demolish them as long as we have great content and a well optimised website.
There are many ways to optimise a website for SEO, including using relevant and keyword-focussed titles, headings and sub-headings. We also need to consider URL structures, image optimisation, link equity flow, and more. I’m a pro in this area, too!
They are just some of the things an SEO of my ability will actively consider throughout any SEO campaign, but there are many others. Some complex, and some very simple.
As well as being a high level, technical SEO in Liverpool, I also offer a number of other digital marketing services that you can utilise alongside your SEO campaign, or alone.
Some of my other online marketing activities:
Unlike SEO, a PPC campaign can deliver an instant ROI by driving quality leads via landing pages or driving ecommerce sales with shopping campaigns. AdWords management is a service I would recommend alongside your SEO campaign with me.
Negative reviews can hurt your business and turn off potential buyers. To avoid this happening or to bury exists bad reviews I can help you to push down review sites or review posts so that your business has nothing but positive things on the first page of Google.
Content is a necessity for every single website. Whether it’s content for your pages, ecommerce products or blog posts to target long-tail search terms. I use keyword research to write SEO-optimised content that will pull in additional organic traffic for your business.
SEO pricing is quite similar to that of building work. Each job is different. The cost of your SEO campaign will be based on the competitiveness of the industry you're in, and how much work needs to be done on a monthly basis to make an impact.
There's no real answer for this. I always tell my SEO clients that it takes between 3 and 6 months to see meaningful results from my work. Usually you'll see positive results within the first week, but it will take months of work to get top rankings if we are targeting competitive keywords. And, of course, it will also depend on SEO budget.
Absolutely not. Any SEO agency, freelancer or consultant who needs to tie their clients into lengthy contracts isn't worth using in my opinion. I like to let my work speak for itself. If I do a good job for you then logic says you're not going to want to stop using me, right? That's what motivates me to work hard and deliver results for every client.