4 Reasons to do SEO
Increased quality web traffic
With users, to whom your information is relevant and related to their needs.
Attraction of highly qualified leads
That have a high probability of converting into customers.
Generation of new sales for your business
By attracting your target audience to purchase your products and services.
A better online reputation
Through aligning all of the elements of your website with the ideas you would like to communicate.
Does your brand need SEO?
Your website will be begging for SEO action if:
You hardly receive organic visits
It hardly receives visits from organic search results or SEO is the channel that drives the fewest traffic.
Your brand does not appear in search engines
When you introduce the generic terms that are most relevant to your business.
It has a low capacity
To attract new customers and observe that the results obtained when a search for your brand is carried out are not consistent.
Lack of coherence
You have noticed that the results you obtain when searching for your brand are not coherent with the content of your website, meaning the most relevant content of your website does not appear in the search results.
Improve your results
Or perhaps you simply would like to improve your results in organic channels.
How we do it at sumate: our work method
Súmate analyses in depth the online presence of your business and issues a complete diagnosis with which you can easily optimise your website in order to better communicate with search engines through the following processes:
We determine the current state of the website and then we make a list of all the ways we can intervene.
We send documents in a proactive manner with instructions for implementation by your technical teams centring on possibilities to improve what was detected during the audit.
We monitor modifications as they are applied and propose alternatives in the event of technical limitations.
We analyse consecutive actions as they develop and their impact on the results. This allows us to cyclically follow new ideas in a process of continued auditing, reporting and reviewing.