A St Louis SEO Expert that Generates Growth (Request an Audit)
As a St. Louis SEO Expert, I’m here to help grow your monthly traffic, leads, and sales.
Here’s a quick overview of the process:
- Identify Opportunities with an SEO Audit
- Align SEO Strategy with Business Goals
- On-page, Off-page, & CRO Strategy
I’ve helped multiple agencies, and tons of local businesses DOUBLE their revenue with:
- On-page SEO
- Off-page SEO
- Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)
This requires a scalable plan that starts with an SEO Audit. I work 1-on-1 with you to develop a digital strategy that grows and converts website traffic.
Here are a couple of my SEO success stories:
This was just 6 months after a new website design…
Part of SEO is leveraging user-friendly (UX) design, which is why this worked.
There’s also this…
That sharp trend was a result of one-time Off-page SEO.
And look at this Google Analytics Overview…
A UX site structure paired with conversion rate optimization (CRO) can really move the needle for e-comm sites.
Even small Google My Business optimizations can make a HUGE impact for local businesses…
My point is that I focus on what MATTERS to take the quickest route to results.
Here’s my secret…I have a well-developed and proven process.
And this is where it starts:
Request an SEO Audit
If this sounds like a good fit, you can request an SEO Audit by reaching out.
You’ll see a form that requires some brief information about your business…
Then, I’ll review it, and determine whether we’re a good fit.
If so, I’ll reach out with an SEO Audit 🙂 – and for the time being, I’m not charging anything for it.
Here’s what my complete SEO Process looks like…
Step 1. Identify Opportunities with an SEO Audit
The best SEO strategy starts with an audit that analyzes both on-page and off-page SEO. This includes a complete website audit, a Google My Business Audit, and a manual review of other directories like social media pages.
Here’s a breakdown of the SEO Audit process…
Crawl OverviewAudits H1s, Meta Data, Title Tags, and other ranking factors to identify low-hanging fruit.
SEO Competitive AnalysisBenchmark backlinks, content gaps, keyword rankings, and other website metrics against competitors to develop a long-term strategy.
Google My Business AuditProvides an overview of Local Pack competition with optimization recommendations.
Web Design AuditA manual review of the design layout to create a conversion rate optimization (CRO) strategy.
Local Citation Audit Develop a score for local directories as part of an SEO initiative to improve local rankings. This includes Bing Places, Apple Maps, etc.
After these audits have been prepared, we develop an actionable strategy…
Step 2. Align SEO Strategy with Business Goals
At this stage, we review the findings of the audit, and set key performance indicators (KPIs) for measuring our progress towards long-term goals.
Here’s what it looks like…
Strategic DevelopmentReview opportunities for improvement, and set a timeline for the best course of action.
Conversion TrackingComplete setup of tracking in order to evaluate progress of KPIs. This includes Google Analytics, GTM, Call Tracking Metrics, etc.
Asset CollectionRetrieve or develop marketing assets such as logo files, location photos, and product/service photos.
Once goals are finalized and tracking setup has been completed, the next step of the process is the implementation of the SEO Strategy.
Step 3. Implement SEO Strategy (On-page, Off-page, & CRO)
The final step is to implement, and monitor the progress of the campaign in order to improve Macro SEO Signals.
Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)– Update web design to reflect keyword intent, user interaction, and improve user behavior signals.
On-Page SEOOptimize header structure, meta tags, and content to improve relevancy signals.
Off-Page SEOBegin first phase of backlink acquisition and Local SEO strategy to increase link signals.
Review, Rinse & RepeatMeet to view progress, and continue implementations based on campaign progress and maturity.
Afterwards, we uphold standard weekly communication, meet quarterly, and continue to break through business goals.