Why SEO with us?

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the most cost-effective and long term method of generating traffic to your website, in other words making your website show up prominently in organic search results. At 123 Digital it is our ultimate goal to get your website ranked on the first page of Google. It must be said, where Google Adwords is the hare in the race, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the tortoise. Remember SEO is for the long haul, and so are we.

The best time to start is now

Major search engines including Google look at hundreds of different criteria when they are deciding on how to rank your website in their search engine results. What makes it even harder is that these criteria are constantly changing, tricky fellows they are. As an SEO company our dedicated team of Search Engine Marketing professionals have the years of experience and technological support needed to successfully work on your site. We are also acutely aware that:

  • Succeeding online is a process, and we want to work with you to ensure your long term success.
  • We will explain the work we are doing and the results you are getting each and every month.
  • Even with the best SEO company it will take time to improve rankings and get a rise in SEO traffic. If you want to increase the traffic to your site then the best time to start is now.

SEO Management Fee Prices

At 123 Digital we have monthly SEO pricing plans. This is the consulting model typically used by SEO agencies. You should expect to pay at around $550 – $1,650 per month for someone like us, someone reliable. You have to understand that the results you can expect to obtain are directly related to your monthly SEO spend. Click here if you would like a little more information.

We would love to hear from you

If you’re ready to discuss your slow and steady climb to the top then we would love to hear from you. We can be reached via our contact page or on 0418 135 304.

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