As a specialist in SEO Services in Morecambe I provide options for local based businesses looking to market themselves online through search engines such as Google, I offer SEO packages based on the areas you want to target and the competition of your keywords.
How I Can Help
I work with all sizes of businesses, in and around Morecambe and the Lancashire area. To get your company more business from the internet I normally start by optimising your website so that search engines, like Google, will display your information at the top of the ‘natural’ (or free) listings.
Work I will initially carry out on your website:-
1. Keyword & Market Research
2. SEO Setup
3. Checking Search Engine Results
4. DISAVOW & Google Manual Actions
5. Penalty Recovery
6. Aim to Achieve Top Google Rankings
Plus many more factors to help improve your website presence….
I have had great success with our SEO services including small local businesses, charities and larger organisations. Helping businesses in the Morecambe area with my Search Engine Optimisation Service is more than just about how well your website is optimised and I will get to know you and your business.
Targeting Primary Keywords
I target primary keywords which have a high search volume and are most relevant to your business, however this does not mean that your website will not rank for other related searched terms with a lesser search volume. A natural optimisation of your website will lead to an increased ranking of many similar searched terms to the ones targeted.
Get Your Morecambe Based Business Noticed
In the modern day, to market your business you need online visibility, at Website Rankings Studio, a company based in Lancashire I can help local businesses succeed online by optimising their website and continuously working on a monthly basis to ensure I not only get the website to rank better in search engines such as Google, but that I also fend of any competition from other websites looking to rank well.
According to approximate data from Google, There are over 10.000 searches per month from users in the UK that contain the word Morecambe and 1.000,000 searches per month from users in the UK that contain the word Lancashire. With a high search volume comes more competition but the obvious benefits being a much higher amount of traffic than some of the small towns. Depending on the size of your business you may choose to add additional nearby areas onto your search engine optimisation package.
Choosing an Internet Marketing Strategy
If you choose Website Rankings Studio as your Morecambe Search Engine Optimisation & Internet Marketing company then I will advise on how many keywords you may need to optimise for and if you should include other areas in your SEO package to get the best possible return on your investment, other nearby smaller areas that are usually worth optimising for include Lancaster, Heysham & Carnforth depending on the type of business and the demand for the service you may want to branch out further with Kendal & Preston all being options.
Morecambe is a town on Morecambe Bay in Lancashire, England, which had a population of 34,768 at the 2011 Census. The first use of the name Morecambe in modern times was by Whitaker in his History of Manchester (1771), when he refers to the æstury of Moricambe. It next appears four years later in 'Antiquities of Furness' where the bay is described as 'the Bay of Morecambe'.
In 1846, the Morecambe Harbour and Railway Company was formed to build a harbour on Morecambe Bay, close to the fishing village of Poulton-le-Sands and a connecting railway. By 1850, the railway linked to Skipton, Keighley and Bradford in the West Riding of Yorkshire, and a settlement began to grow around the harbour and railway to service the port and as a seaside resort. The settlement expanded to absorb Poulton and the villages of Bare and Torrisholme. The settlement started to be referred to as "Morecambe", possibly after the harbour and railway. In 1889 the new name was officially adopted.
For more information and facts on Morecambe, visit:Wikipedia