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seoHave you decided it’s time to utilize professional SEO services to produce higher rankings for your website? Each Client Has Their Own Very Unique Situation. R3 SEO Services understand that no two businesses or websites are the same. The concerns you have, and the SEO improvements your site may need, will be quite different from another client’s. With this in mind, each search engine optimization plan is uniquely tailored to the client’s objectives. Once your desired results are understood, we will begin to develop an SEO services plan, determine all the areas where your website needs help and facilitate positive change in not only higher rankings, but conversions and sales.

BASIC SEO

Our basic SEO offering includes all of the following features for each page on your website, based upon your chosen keywords.

  • Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs for each page.
  • Page Titles
  • Page Headings (such as h1, h2, h3, h4, h5 and h6)
  • Meta Descriptions, which will also appear as the description of your webpage on the various search engines.
  • Meta Keywords
  • Image ALT Tags
  • Anchor text for intenal links in your website.

Advanced SEO

A more agressive approach to establishing a solid and results oriented SEO program is based on the size and type of your web site. Contact our office for a consultation to improve your sites search rankings.

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