We are a SEO & Google ranking specialists
- Ethical search engine optimization techniques
- Positive results usually achieved within 3 months
- Join more than 600 happy SEO customers
Malaysia based SEO services
We’ll audit your website to identify SEO issues and find areas in which we can optimise and improve.
We’ll make sure your site is technically sound so that Google can crawl and index your content.
We’ll establish what your target market search for when looking for your products or services.
We’ll make sure your website is optimised for the keywords your target market search for.
We’ll help you to create the content your visitors are looking for when they land on your site.
We’ll help improve your website’s popularity and authority with Google by earning external links.
Key SEO stats
An overview of why having a good SEO strategy is crucial for your website and business
68% of online experiences begin with a search engine.
0.78% of Google searchers click on results from the 2nd page.
53.3% of all website traffic comes from organic search.
92.96% of global traffic comes from Google search, Google Images, and Google Maps.
SEO drives 1000%+ more traffic than organic social media.
69.7% of search queries contain four words or more.
What’s included in our SEO packages?
Our SEO software will track your keywords and the position you rank for them.
Our SEO software will track the traffic you receive from search engines like Google and Bing.
We can track conversions from search engine traffic using the Google Analytics’ goals feature.
We will provide a monthly report showing the links we have earned for your website.
We’ll monitor your Google Search Console account for any errors that may affect your performance on Google.
We’ll monitor your PageSpeed Insights score to ensure you arent falling foul of Google’s page experience update.
Frequently asked SEO questions
SEO is an acronym which stands for search engine optimization.
The aim of SEO is to improve your organic (non-paid) ranking on search engines like Google.
By improving your ranking you can generate more targeted website traffic, which may lead to more sales and enquiries.
The time it takes to improve your ranking on Google depends on a number of factors.
- Google algorithm updates
- How competitive your keywords are
- What your competitors are doing with their SEO
- The techniques you are using as part of your SEO strategy
You can’t control Google’s updates, or what your competitors do, which is why it is almost impossible to provide a definitive answer to this question.
Some websites can achieve higher rankings in a matter of days, others can take more than a year.
On page SEO refers to the elements you optimize on individual pages on the website itself.
- Page titles
- Meta descriptions
- Descriptive URL’s
- Header tags
- Body text
- Image files
Off page SEO refers to the elements you can optimize away from the website.
This usually refers to building links, but can also include:
- Social media
- Brand awareness
- Public relations
The cost to rank your website higher on Google depends on a number of things:
- How much work is required (see question about how long SEO can take)
- How much your SEO company charges for their time
SEO is a continuous process, it isn’t a fire and forget strategy.
Earning links and building your domain authority can’t be done in one go, this needs to be a consistent process for Google to trust your website.
Some on page SEO may only need to be done once, but it’s important to make sure you keep an eye out for Google algorithm changes in case you are required to changes anything on your site.
The quick answer to this is: keyword research.
There are a range of tools you can use to establish what your ideal client is searching for online.
Here are a few you can try:
- Google Keyword Planner
Google has a reported 200+ factors that decide where your website ranks.
They don’t provide a list of these factors, or their relative importance, so it is almost impossible to answer this question.
There are plenty of reputable blogs out there covering the in-depth subject of SEO.
We’ve listed a few of our favorites below:
- The Moz Blog
- Neil Patel
- Search Engine Land
- Search Engine Journal
- Search Engine Roundtable
- SEMrush Blog
- Search Engine Watch