Your website is
the one place
you OWN online
for your business.

Unlike social media and search engines results, you control what people see and how it appears on your website. This means it’s the most important piece of online real estate for your business.

It’s one thing to have a pretty website; it’s another to have a website Google can read, helps your business get found online, and turns searchers into customers.

Your website is
crucial to your
business’s online

This is where
Search Engine
Optimization (SEO)

comes in.

Technical SEO is the structure, markup, and code added to your website to boost your ranking in the search engine results. These are items that need to be done to your website “under the hood” to help Google and the other search engines find and read your website.    

This simply means that you’re using the proper keywords behind the scenes, your content and images are optimized for SEO, and you are using the best SEO tools, tactics and strategies for your website.  There is a bit of technical work included, but you don’t need spend weeks and months trying to figure out how it all works. 

Get back to
running your
business and
let us handle the
technical SEO
for your website.

While it’s not
crucial for you
to know all about
SEO and how
to optimize your
, these are
some of the items
we will optimize.

  • Google Analytics
  • Google Search Console
  • Site Indexing
  • SEO friendly URL
  • Keywords – in Title, Headings & URL
  • Keyword Placement & Density in Content
  • Meta Description
  • Title – Includes the Primary Keyword
  • Category
  • Internal & external links
  • Image Optimization with Alt & Title Tags
  • Set Featured Images
  • Readability review and recommendations – Utilize short paragraphs, bullet points, and lists
  • Plugin review


The pricing depends on your website size – number of pages, images and if it contains a blog and/or e-commerce.  This service is currently available for WordPress websites.

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