Whether SEO is worthwhile for your business depends on a number of factors.
While SEO can bring in a lot of extra visitors to your website, it can also be costly. So first? You need to decide whether your business can effectively make use of this extra traffic or not.
In the majority of cases, search engine marketing is one of the best forms of marketing a business with an online presence can invest in. Say, for example, you run an E-Commerce website selling a number of products. You rely on a large number of customers in order to generate cash flow and – in turn – profit. In this case, your business will absolutely benefit from the extra traffic SEO can provide.
As part of Found’s dedication to transparency, we’re more than happy to discuss this with you in advance if you have any questions or concerns.
Yes, we run a business that relies on customers purchasing our services. But we’re also committed to providing long term results for our clients. If we don’t feel we can do that, we won’t recommend our services to you.
“Found has been fantastic at developing our SEO and providing us with sustained growth in a very competitive market, managing to get us into the top 3 Google positions for our industry”.
- Chris Cameron, CMO - NZ Tax Refunds
“Robert from Found has been instrumental in helping Nature Shop gain a huge increase in targeted search engine traffic. This has seen our sales growth exceed 700% in the last year”.
- Conrad Cranfield, Director - Nature Shop