by Jim McGuire

Boost your business with SEO

Get your website seen by more customers

A low cost, pay as you go, UK based SEO service.
Just tell me a bit about your business and I’ll do the rest.

How it works

It starts with expert keyword research.

First I’ll ask you about your business, your clients and your competitors. Then, using a combination of the information you provide as well as my own research, I’ll produce a list of high priority target keywords for your website.

Now sit back and relax.

Using your website keywords I will produce, optimise and publish SEO friendly blog posts / articles to your website. My SEO service is specifically designed to be a hassle-free, hands-off solution for your business so you can leave the hard work to me!

Track your results.

This is a results based service, that’s why I don’t tie my clients in to long term contracts. Every month you’ll receive an easy to understand report with clear website analytics so you can see for yourself exactly how your website is performing from month to month. No gatekeeping. No guesswork. Just clear and transparent results.

Transparent Pricing

All plans are simple monthly subscriptions.
No contracts, cancel any time.

Monthly SEO

Hands-on website optimisation
£ 195 per month
  • Monthly reports
  • Technical SEO
  • On-page SEO
  • Keyword research
  • Blog content
  • Google business profile optimisation

Common SEO Questions

What's the difference between technical and on-page SEO?

Technical SEO is focused on the behind the scenes structure of your website, always ensuring that it is discoverable by Google and in line with their latest recommendations, while on-page SEO is more concerned with the formatting and optimisation of your public facing website content.

There is simply no point doing on-page SEO without technical SEO, as the most perfectly optimised on-page content still won’t be detected by Google without the correct technical SEO foundation.

It depends on a number of factors. What position are you starting from? What search terms do you want to rank for?

You’re likely to see incremental improvements in website traffic every month. For this reason I always recommend viewing SEO as an ongoing investment in your business rather than a one-time quick fix; good SEO is an ongoing process to stay on the right side of Google’s algorithm updates.

Any other questions?