Search Engine Optimisation Services

Driving traffic to your website is one of the single most crucial things a business can do... and you do not just want any traffic, you want targeted traffic. That is people who are actively seeking out information about the products and services you sell.

  • The right place

  • At the right time

  • With the right message

The internet is the first point of call for your customers to research the products and services they need and make purchase decisions. They head to google on their smartphones, their tablets and their computers to look for solutions... And if you are not appearing in the search engines you are missing out of thousands of customers every year.

Search Engine Optimisation is all about getting the right people (your ideal customer), in the right place (when they are looking for you in search engines like google) at the right time (when they are actively searching for your goods and services).

Then once you have captured your ideal customer, your conversion optimised website does the selling for you 24 hours a day 7 days a week.  Visualize this... Your ideal customer heads to Google, type in a product that you sell and presses search... 1 second later Google serves up your website, on the first page of its results which they click on. Now multiply that by 100 or even 1000.


How do your SEO services work?

We offer a number of search engine optimisation plans depending on your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Search Engine Optimisation?

To put it simply, it is optimizing pages on your website to make sure the search engine spiders can find them.

Why do I need to use search engine optimisation on my website?

Well just like any offline business you need to market your location for people to find it. Just as you use business cards and print marketing offline - you should use search engine optimization and website marketing online.

What will happen if I do not optimise my website?

People often assume that when you build a website that it will automatically appear in Google, or that your web developer will optimise your website for you during the build, but not every web developer knows how. With billions of websites on the web from all around the world, simply having a website is not enough, you need to optimise your site to be visible online.

How Do your Search Engine Optimisation Services Work?

To get started sign up for a 10 minute website success audit this is a fast paced 10 minute audit where we find out about what things are like right now, what you have been doing, where you want to be, and what needs to change to help you grow your traffic, sales and profits



S.E.O v.s. Traditional Advertising Methods

Search engine optimisation is the process of getting your business front of people who are searching for your goods and services in your area using the internet. The right message in front of the right people at the right time! See how this compares to traditional advertising in terms of targeting and cost.

  • Newspaper Advertising

    To put a half page advertisement in a local paper for 1 day costs around $5000. This is an advertisement in a paper that is read by thousands of people in your area, but is not highly targeted as they may not be looking for your dental services (and it becomes fish and chip wrap the next day)

    Search Engine Optimisation is like putting an add in a newspaper where the only people reading it are already interested in your services.

  • Billboard Advertising

    To put a billboard up on Queen street in Auckland costs over $15,000 + Installation. This is a advertisement that thousands of people will drive or walk past, it is in the right area but is not highly targeted as the people looking at your sign may not be in need of a dentist at that time.

    Search Engine Optimisation is like putting a billboard up on a street where the only people driving down the street are looking for your services.

Make sure you have the fundamentals right before investing valuable marketing budget on traffic and make sure your marketing is always an investment ( rather than an expense)