SEO virtual assistants

Affordable SEO services to small business

Affordable SEO services to small business

SEO virtual assistants

Affordable SEO services to small business

SEO virtual assistants

Affordable SEO services to small business

Oneresource SEO virtual assistants can provide you with on going support for your SEO by following well structured development plans, delivering effective content marketing with SEO at its core. With Google’s increased focus on content and freshness, the mounting importance of local search and social media, SEO projects are changing. The “easy win” SEO strategy for small business is becoming increasingly impossible to achieve. In contrast websites with effective content marketing strategies and a strong SEO backbone continue to produce the best results.
A Oneresource virtual assistant can support SEO advertising providing affordable SEO for small business throughout the following five key stages:
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Stage 1: Small Business SEO Program – Website Status Reviews

Unfortunately, site owners are not always aware that it’s better to plan SEO before investing in a site so a status review may be necessary. We can arrange reviews of your layout and navigation, keywords, content, outbound communications and technical SEO. Competitor sites, analytics, social media uses, follower profiles, rate and style of social interaction could also be evaluated.

Stage 2: SEO Marketing Support – Goal Review

Goal review determines the type of prospects you want to target (geographically, demographically and by industry) and what you want your site to achieve. It could be you are looking to gain new clients, interact with existing clients, generate sales and enquiries, make money or all of these and more.

Stage 3: Market Research and Data Analysis

To establish your keyword search strategy and SEO marketing plan we could arrange the following:

 

  • Keyword research: high search demand low competition keywords that prospects would use to find your products and services.
  • Industry research: blog and forum searches for hot topics, customer issues, commonly used words and phrases etc. for additional keyword research.
  • Competition analysis: page rank and back link profile. The better the results, the easier the page or site will gain traction and attract traffic.

Stage 4: SEO Small Business Marketing Strategy Planning

No two online marketing plans are the same and each individual strategy may contain a mix of, site blueprint, content, blog, newsletter or social media plan and local SEO for small business search strategies

Stage 5: Support for SEO Project Implementation

Implementation depends on the level of help you require from a virtual SEO assistant but could include:

  • Restructure website and/or re-write existing content
  • Apply content SEO technical marketing to existing website
  • Add Google Analytics and monitor traffic for target audience
  • Research and/or arrange blog posts
  • Create newsletters
  • Manage social media presence and research content
  • Create local search listings

See what SEO services for small business our SEO Virtual assistants can provide

What is SEO and do I need it?

If you would like your potential customers to find you online, you have to signpost them to your website. This needs to be done strategically, with a good understanding of what your target audience is looking for. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the science of making sure your online presence is properly signposted for those people who want to find it.

A simple analogy

Imagine you run a café just off a main road. You want to let customers know you are there, so you put a sign on the roadside. If that sign just says your café’s name, drivers have no idea what it is or what you do – and they’re not going to pull over to find out.

If you say you’re a café and you sell coffee, people might pull off to take a look. But if they want takeaway coffee and you don’t do that, they’ll turn around and get back on the road.

So your sign needs to say the right things. It might need to say “child-friendly, dog-friendly café. Eat in or takeaway.” That way, people know you serve food and drink, and that you’ll welcome all types of travellers. They are more likely to pull off the road because they can see that your café meets their needs.

Searching online is just the same. You want people to come to your site, and then you want them to stay. Eventually, you want them to buy. And that is all about understanding your customers, knowing what they are looking for, and researching how they are looking for it. That way, you can make sure that your signposts and your actual content say the right things, driving the right traffic to your website.

 

Working with SEO virtual assistants

Getting SEO right can take a bit of time. You need to do the keyword research to see what your target customers are looking for. You need to review everything you have currently to see what needs to be changed or amended. And you need a strategy so that you can make changes steadily and see what impact they have. Finally, you need to see what’s working and what’s not, so you can tweak things as you go along. It’s not a quick-win process, but it definitely helps to bring the right people to your door.

Because this can be time-consuming, it’s a really good idea to invest in a virtual assistant to help you. With the understanding to get started straight away, they will be able to work on this with you whilst you concentrate on the day-to-day running of your business.

A simple analogy

Imagine you run a café just off a main road. You want to let customers know you are there, so you put a sign on the roadside. If that sign just says your café’s name, drivers have no idea what it is or what you do – and they’re not going to pull over to find out.

If you say you’re a café and you sell coffee, people might pull off to take a look. But if they want takeaway coffee and you don’t do that, they’ll turn around and get back on the road.

So your sign needs to say the right things. It might need to say “child-friendly, dog-friendly café. Eat in or takeaway.” That way, people know you serve food and drink, and that you’ll welcome all types of travellers. They are more likely to pull off the road because they can see that your café meets their needs.

Searching online is just the same. You want people to come to your site, and then you want them to stay. Eventually, you want them to buy. And that is all about understanding your customers, knowing what they are looking for, and researching how they are looking for it. That way, you can make sure that your signposts and your actual content say the right things, driving the right traffic to your website.

 

Working with SEO virtual assistants

Getting SEO right can take a bit of time. You need to do the keyword research to see what your target customers are looking for. You need to review everything you have currently to see what needs to be changed or amended. And you need a strategy so that you can make changes steadily and see what impact they have. Finally, you need to see what’s working and what’s not, so you can tweak things as you go along. It’s not a quick-win process, but it definitely helps to bring the right people to your door.

Because this can be time-consuming, it’s a really good idea to invest in a virtual assistant to help you. With the understanding to get started straight away, they will be able to work on this with you whilst you concentrate on the day-to-day running of your business.

What our customers say..
Oneresource supported the development of my business for over a year. They very quickly understood my niche and handled all of my social media tasks including research, scheduling and interaction that used to take me hours but took them less time and improved engagement as well. I also liked the fact that if I had a one off task come up outside of the support they usually provided I could get that taken care of as well. As a result I was able to focus on my clients and grow my business to the next stage. Oneresource were the ideal partner and I would recommend them to any other small business owner looking to grow.
Director, Chris Fry Consulting Ltd
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accommodation schedules, meeting rosters or reporting Sara was an invaluable PA in a consistently challenging and fast moving environment.
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Oneresource took on a job for us at short notice which we couldn't have easily done without their help. We were really happy with the way the tasks were completed and better still I liked how it all happened with minimal involvement from us.
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