I’ve rejigged my website to make the menu more reflective of my service priorities.
My main thing is monthly SEO so that’s now the first thing on the menu. Makes sense.
I’m working hard to streamline a bunch of systems, both my internal processes and the packages I sell and offer.
Internally I’ve made a system that I interact with for my SEO work. Basically I work out the SEO strategy based on the research, then the system creates a file that I import to the site which acts as my starting point for the project.
I’ve also really made communication more streamlined with a system I created that allows me to rapidly create customised template messages, and also store examples of messages that come up every now and then (but not very often) so I can refer to those the next time I need to send a similar message.
From a selling perspective I’m very keen to get some really strict packages I can sell to people. Strict in that we both know what’s involved and I don’t deviate from them. I all too often become the go to for my clients for bespoke changes even if they’re not paying for a regular maintenance package. I need to change that to make things easier on myself.
Playing around with making sites Accelerated Mobile Pages compliant.
Following a recent Google update, my clients have seen an average increase in their SEO scores of 87%!
I am offering (for a very limited time) two for the price of three deals on some of my services, including WordPress SEO and WordPress speed.
Interested? Drop me a line.
A few details about the services on offer:
I love getting strings of emails like this:
“Hello. Quick question, how are you going to SEO my site? I have some suggestions I’d like you to follow.”
5 mins later..
“I just read your reviews. Ignore my previous question. You obviously know what you’re doing.”
I need to moan. I’ve spent most of this week undoing the issues other “SEO professionals” made for some new clients.
One company was charging £400 a month, for six months, and supposedly never noticed that the robots.txt file was blocking all search engines from visiting.
Another set up a CNAME redirect for a site–and naturally Google was marking everything as duplicate content!
I wish this industry had fewer cowboys. A slick website and lots of promises does not a good company make.
New site up and out! It’s a really simple site that exists only to drive SEO juice to the firm’s main site. http://healthydogfoodadvice.co.uk