Getting a high ranking in the search engines for keywords that are relevant to what you offer is a very important part of the marketing campaign for most websites. I have experience of working on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) campaigns successfully for many different websites and know what works and what doesn’t. Most importantly, when discussing your SEO strategy, I will advise you on what realistically can and cannot be achieved within your given timeframes.

Here are some of the keywords that I have achieved first page results for:

  • “skip hire prices”
  • “led lighting”
  • “40th birthday ideas”
  • “cheap candles”
  • “cupcake courses”
  • “cupcake classes”
  • “mens t-shirts”
  • “bonus schemes”
  • “web design kent”
  • “sports medals”
  • “online marketing kent”
  • “seo kent”
  • “seo medway”
  • “seo ashford”
  • “web design rochester”

If you want your website to be placed highly in the search engines, please get in touch.

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