We've broken the whole Organic SEO into 2 distinct methodologies
Static SEO meaning a one off action, and making a web page Google friendly. The techy stuff is keyword research, meta data (Title & Description) creation, keyword density, Titles and other on-pace optimisation strategy's.
Dynamic SEO is the ongoing 'stuff' we do. Some things can be one off actions, but many are done at a certain level, then revisited later and done at a deeper or higher level.
We prioritise the actions depending on the website too, some sites we built and are at a higher level to begin with, others have intrinsic issues that need to be rectified before following our 'normal' SEO process to get them cranking the Google Charts.
Some actions are ON the website, and other actions are OFF a client's website.
'Off' meaning things like optimising a Google Business Listing. It's not technically 'on' the website, but it's an action that will be beneficial to the business and the SEO results.
The infographic we did below pretty well sums up most of the variations and actions that occur in our 'Dynamic SEO' programs.
5 Standard Levels
Pick a level, to suit your budget, and 'speed of need' for results.
Don't sell yourself short though, too tight a budget means you'll be waiting longer for the extra traffic you need to boost your business.
Start as high as you can and review and adjust at some point as you need.
Or any number in between for custom plans.
Now here's the biggest question we get, how long before we see results?
We're playing in Google's backyard here, and it depends on your industry, and competitiveness, it's that simple, but our experience shows we'll have runs on the board within a few months.
Here's the thing: Play the game with Google, and Google will play the game with you.
There has NEVER been a better time for small to medium business, with the focus Google is placing on LOCAL SEARCH results.
We do what you can't do, but then we'll show you easy things you CAN do to help BOOST the results. Make sense? Win win right!
No lock in plans either, all we ask is you commit to 3 months minimum to hit the Google Charts. If you want to pack it in, all we ask is for a polite 30 days notice.
Plans can be upped and tweaked to suit, but consistency is key for holding your rankings.