Your website’s search rankings are less then desirable. And you know potential clients are searching your product or service.
But your potential clients are not visiting your website. Nope. They’re visiting your competitors.
You know from your own search history that people will hardly wonder past the fifth or sixth search result. They usually find what they are looking for right away.
Where is your website ranking now?
If it’s off the first page, we can help you get there.
We want your website traffic to proposer and your leads to grow. There are people out there who don’t know about your business yet.
But if you work with us, they’ll know about you.
We’re confident we can get your site there with our Duncan and Cowichan Valley SEO service.
Are We Local?
We are based out of Victoria. But President and SEO manager Jordan Caron is Island born and raised. He grew up in Qualicum Beach and moved to his current home of Victoria after graduating high school.
We’ve had so much success in the Victoria market, we felt the need to expand our reach. That’s why we’re branching out to other parts of beautiful Vancouver Island and to you in the Duncan and Cowichan Valley.
Our clients in Victoria have seen dramatic and improved search rankings in a short period of time.
That’s Victoria. But what about Duncan and Cowichan Valley?
We’re confident we can improve your websites rankings as well.
No matter where you are located now, we can help you. And we’ll get you there fast.
The SEO Investment
You might be here getting an idea of how much SEO costs. Our packages are based on city sizes and Duncan falls into our Tier 2.
By using our service, you’re investing in long term visibility within the search engines.
Once we finish with your website, your search rankings will stay high. This is why SEO is a far better solution than advertising. Once the page is flipped on your advertisement, it’s dead. That can’t be said about high search rankings.
Let’s get your website ranking high today! Contact us today about our guarantee.
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