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What Our Clients Say
“Red Search were quick to understand our business objectives and applied a structured SEO solution that worked to drive sustainable growth in our eCommerce traffic.”
“I first contacted Daniel when we were only operating in Sydney. We now operate in 7 different cities Australia-wide with over 40 contractors. After 5 years, Daniel has become an irreplaceable part of my business.”
“Red Search has been instrumental in growing our business. They are professional, personable and possess great attention to detail. It’s been a huge 4 years of growth and we look forward to another big 4.”
“Red Search have immersed themselves in our business and have ranked us for the most competitive SEO keywords in our industry. We are grateful to have finally found an agency that continually acts to put our needs first.”
“The Red Search team are exceptionally creative in well-researched content that outsmarts the competition. Highly recommend them.”
“Daniel and the team are very efficient and helpful throughout my experience with them. Daniel made SEO very easy to understand and built an amazing website that was not only SEO-friendly but also drove us a stream of sales.”
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Have questions? Find out more about how our WordPress SEO service works.
In a nutshell, WordPress is a popular and open-source Content Management System (CMS) platform known as the most powerful website development and management tool today.
WordPress has tons of features that let brands and businesses make the most out of maximising SEO growth. From website hierarchy structure, SEO-friendly URLs, page loading speed and indexability, WordPress is the CMS of choice for businesses that are looking for real scalable growth.
The most crucial element of having a website is converting a visitor into a buying customer. That’s where SEO comes into play. Just having your website built is one thing, however, constantly optimising it for search visibility and conversion is another.
By having an SEO-friendly WordPress website, you position your business in a manner that can produce huge traffic, sales and revenue growth. It’s really that simple. All businesses require a custom SEO strategy that will facilitate GROWTH.
The cost of running an ongoing WordPress SEO campaign varies depending on your business goals, growth targets, market competition and where you’re currently at.
Usually, our WordPress SEO services start from $1,000+GST. We ensure that every dollar you put into your campaign goes a long way and comes back full circle to deliver optimal results.
Depending on your needs, we may streamline a WordPress SEO strategy for lower costs and focus on particular suburbs rather than the national or global market. But if you’re already a dominant brand that leads your local niche market, we can help you expand your digital reach than competing in a highly diverse market.
We recommend that you reach out to our WordPress SEO experts to assess your current business position and look into how much work we need to launch a robust WordPress SEO campaign.
Here are some factors and elements that will largely determine your WordPress SEO campaign costs:
- Market competition
- Website age and overall authority
- WordPress web design, existing content quality, and structure
- Number of target search keywords
- Long-term objective and corresponding timeframe
- Key performance indicators
Yes. We work with all major WordPress page builders. Here are just some of the following we work with:
- WPBakery/Visual Composer
- Divi Page Builder
- Gutenberg (original)
Unfortunately, no. We do not provide any sort of SEO guarantees as it’s unethical and violates Google’s SEO guidelines.
Google also published its statement on ‘too good to be true’ SEO promises and has warned against agencies who guarantee the following:
- Quick first-page rankings, thanks to a ‘close relationship’ with Google
- Obscure and unclear SEO campaign explanation and lack of cost transparency
- First-page ranking on long-tail keywords and vague search terms