Every website needs search engine optimization (SEO) if you want it to be found. Why? According to official statistics, nearly all online transactions start with a Google search.

Ask yourself: When someone enters search terms related to my service / product, what will they find?

Having a website is only the start. In order to get results and make sales from your website, you need to optimise it. SEO helps search engines to direct traffic to your site, based on the appropriate search terms (keywords / phrases). The objective is for your website to appear on the first page of the search results pages, based on search terms that are relevant to your products or services. Results at the top will receive the most traffic, whereas results on page 7 will rarely receive any traffic.

A professional SEO campaign will ensure that your website is correctly optimised, according to Google’s latest ranking algorithm that focuses on natural SEO:

  • social media authority
  • website authority
  • and quality content

Let Manning Publications optimise your on-site and off-site SEO to improve your site’s rankings and to drive traffic to your site.

What Does SEO Involve?

Search engine optimization is a balanced combination of the following factors:

  • keyword research
  • onsite optimisation
  • link building
  • content strategy
  • social media
How Will SEO Benefit Your Business?
  • Higher Search Engine Results Page rankings
  • Increased, targeted traffic
  • Improved brand awareness
  • More successful lead generation
  • Increased sales

When you combine your SEO with a quality content marketing campaign, the results are powerful, and that’s why Manning Publications guarantees that we can design, implement and manage an SEO strategy that will suit your budget and deliver results.

We will do:

  • professional keyword research to ensure that you rank for the right keywords.
  • traffic reports to identify your market position and measure growth.
  • monthly ranking reports to show how your rankings are climbing up in the SERPs.