How organic SEO can spice up a non-performing website?

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Using organic SEO to revitalise your website.

It’s a fact that worldwide there are millions of websites that just don’t do the job that they were initially designed for, which in many cases is to attract visitors and make a sale of a product or service.

They just sit there suspended in cyberspace doing absolutely nothing!

But, this doesn’t have to be the case. If the website is targeting a market with potential then it is possible to breathe new life into it.

By utilising the services of a small business SEO service a website can be hauled from the depths of despair on to the first page of Google.

A good SEO company will initially analyse the website itself, the marketplace, and the competition. It will then be in a position to ascertain whether there is any possibility of improving the websites search engine ranking, particularly on Google.

It is possible to attract traffic to a website quickly by using pay per click campaigns from third party services such as Google Adwords. The main drawback with this strategy is that it costs money. The more clicks you have through to your website the more you pay.

A much better alternative is organic SEO which involves optimising your website so that the search engines like what they see and rank your site highly (ideally on the first page of returned results).  This can take some time but the advantage is that it doesn’t involve paying for the privilege of being on page 1. In effect, Google for example, is rewarding you for the on-page and off-page optimisation of your wesite.

On-page search engine optimisation will take into account the website’s domain name url’s, page titles, meta keywords, meta descriptions, headlines, content, anchor text, internal links etc.

Off-page optimisation basically involves building the link popularity of the website. Link popularity represents the number of  back links to the website from other websites. The higher your link popularity, the higher your page rank (PR) will be and the higher your site will appear in the search engine results. Building link popularity involves raising the number of websites that link back to the website being optimised.

Manchester Organic SEO Service will analyse your website and then optimise it fully. It will then be promoted using legitimate methods, quality content and effective marketing via links to your site.

Organic SEO is loved by Search Engines!

    * Doesn’t involve paid links from search engines.
    * Doesn’t involve buying memberships to link directories.
    * Generates greater weight in search engine rankings.
    * Attracts maximum exposure for minimum cost.
    * Attracts stronger links from highly reputable websites.

Search engines love websites that have been created using organic SEO techniques. They are viewed as having been created manually via hard work with the specific search engine requirements being given high priority.

Organic SEO can best be described as building a well structured clean website without ties to questionable sources and troublesome advertising services.

In many cases the use of this type of SEO is a less intrusive experience for visitors to the page, and vice versa.  The traffic a website attracts is more likely to be laser targeted to what it has to offer, which increases the sales potential.

If done correctly these search engine optimisation techniques can result in a previously poor performing website becoming a top search engine performer and attracting high volumes of traffic.


Hi, my name is Mark and I’m the owner of SEO Manchester.

I started in SEO in 2009 and have gradually built up my business solely from organic traffic generated via high search engine rankings (mainly Google).

I love building highly optimised WordPress websites and optimising Google Places listings. I am also constantly building on my knowledge of the uses of all forms of social media for marketing effectiveness, particularly Google+.

When not helping clients improve their online presence I enjoy walking the dog around the hills where we live, reading, real ale and (surprise) spending more time on the web.