Webfuel are proud to announce the launch of our brand new SEO Dashboard. This web based dashboard allows all our SEO clients to login daily to track the ongoing progress on improving their keyword rankings. We check keyword rankings at least once per day for all SEO clients, and this dashboard gives immediate up-to-date feedback on the progress of your SEO campaign.
Our SEO campaigns are focused on a small number of core keywords, but we also track many other related keywords for each campaign and our dashboard also shows progress on these keywords.
As before all our SEO campaigns come with a range of standard services which are all geared towards getting your keywords to page 1 rank on Google. These include:
If you'd like us to produce a no obligation keyword analysis and SEO proposal for your website all we need to know is your website URL and some idea of the keywords you want to rank highly for. We will then review and expand on these keywords. Using information from Google Adwords to estimate traffic flow we will produce a report of recommended keywords that are both highly valuable traffic sources and where we are confident we can achieve a page 1 ranking on Google.
If you are already using our SEO Dashboard you can login here: http://seo.webfuel.com.
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