Our SEO Open Doors to New Customers

The Second Step to building an Online Presence is the Optimization and Management of your Website so that your Customers will find you!

Choose Your Growth Plan

Choose from the essentials included in our KickStart programs to optimization plans for Local Stores, National Businesses, to Ecommerce Enterprises. Our SEO services cover just about any scenario that you may need for your company!

SEO Overview

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of increasing the quantity and quality of relevant traffic to your website through organic search engine results. SEO is made up of dozens of different factors, many of which change and evolve on a regular basis. With Google being the dominant search engine commanding around 80% of all search queries, it is important to concentrate on what drives their ranking results. But with Bing coming in second in many markets, they are still a worthy search engine to consider and help drive customers to your website.

With about 70% of most website’s traffic originates from a search engine inquiry, it is extremely important for the long-term health and growth of all businesses to manage and grow their online presences.

SEO Plans Compared

It can be confusing knowing which SEO Package or Plan is the best fit for your business goals. It all depends on the market(s) you are targeting. This diagram illustrates some of the differences.

SEO KickStart: The building blocks to take your business online.

Local SEO: Gets your business listed and ranking in your the local area around your location.

Enterprise SEO: For those companies with a state, regional, or national market range.

Ecommerce SEO: For those businesses that depend on selling online through their website and a shopping cart.

SEO Packages & Plans

Popular Quesitons & Answers

What exactly is SEO?

SEO is short for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is the technigues used to help your website become more visible to people who are searching for your products, brand, or services on search engines like Google and Bing. SEO is all about trying to become the best result for the search engines to show organically and opposed to paid results.

What is the difference between SEO and SEM?

SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is the process of optimizing all aspects of your online presence, from your website to your listings on other websites. SEO is a slow and steady way to grow your business that provides lasting benefits. 

SEM, or Search Engine Marketing, is the use of paid advertising like Google Ads, Facebook Ads, or Bing Ads. SEM can drive visitors to your website quickly, often within hours. But the moment you stop paying for the Ads, so does your traffic. 

SEO and SEM programs should be used together. It is highly recommended that you don’t run a paid advertising campaign before your have optimized your online presence with an SEO program.

Why is Organic SEO Important?

Organic SEO is all about making sure that your website content is read, understood, and deemed important enough to display to Google’s customers who are using their search engine to find the best possible result. Google and other search engines are constantly updating and tweaking how they calculate the best result. This is where the organic SEO programs like our Local or Enterprise, or Ecommerce SEO programs are so important. We here are Rize are constantly following Google and the other search engines to make sure that our SEO services are as effective as possible.

How long till I start to see Results?

On average, it takes between 4 to 6 months for the search engines to start changing your rankings after we start with an SEO plan. But SEO should be a continues process that is updated all the time.

How long should I run an SEO program?

Organic SEO optimization programs should be run a minimum of at least 1 year. However, you should never stop improving, optimizing, and growing your website. A well-built and optimized website that is regularly maintained can become your biggest sales tool.

How is SEO Changing?

Google and the other search engines are putting more and more emphasis on mobile as phones and other mobile devices are becoming better and being used more. In the US, people conducting over 50% of searches on smart phones. 

So this means that Google is displaying the best possible result, but they are also trying to make sure that this result will then be easy to read on the smaller mobile screen. Hence the push for mobile optimization. Ideally this is accomplished with a responsive website that resizes itself to whatever screen size it is being viewed on.