SEO

(Search Engine Optimization)

You launched a website and left it alone for a while. You’re noticing that you don’t rank keywords and your competitors are showing higher than your website.

… and that’s why you’re here. 
You’ve disappeared and lost your internet market share.

Let’s talk about how Balefire Marketing + Advertising can help with SEO.

What Is SEO?

SEO stands for “Search Engine Optimization,” and it’s the process of optimizing your website to be better indexed by search engines such as Google and Bing. The process centers around making sure each content page is focused on a specific topic or theme. This allows for that page to rank for keywords (and their permutations), and therefore, be found by potential customers.

Search engine optimization starts with an optimized website and local content and ends with increased website traffic and more leads.

SEO Done the Right Way

and we have the results to back it up

Search Engine Optimization is made up of 2 parts: On-site SEO and Off-site SEO.

What Is On-Site SEO?

On-site SEO makes up all the optimizations done to the website itself. This includes the content and it’s heirarchical structure, images, and links. That’s all the stuff that you and your potential customers see on the website. But Balefire Marketing + Advertising goes deeper; we get under the hood and optimize the website’s code to talk directly to search engines. We make your website faster by eliminating code bloat that slows down the website. We also add some extra code that can spice up the way your website is displayed in search engine results.

What Is Off-Site SEO?

Off-site SEO are optimizations that do not directly relate to the website. This includes links coming to the website, your business reviews, your domain’s authority score, and NAP location data. Off-site SEO is very nuanced and specific to each client and their industry. It is equally as important as on-site SEO.

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