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We offer a number of options. Your monthly budget spend should reflect the speed you want to see results and the competition in your market.

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Leading Creative studio in North Wales

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Leading Creative studio in North Wales

”HDC Projects have been fantastic in turning my website around. I literally just got a call this morning from a client who has found me on google, this would never of happened before. My website got ranked 3rd on google within the first two months of them starting to tweak things ! Looking forward to getting more traction and credibility as the SEO and PPC campaigns really bed in. Highly recommended.”

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Answers to Your Questions

What is 'SEO' Search Engine Optimisation ?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which is the practice of increasing the quantity and quality of traffic to your website through organic search engine results.

How does 'SEO' Search Engine Optimisation work?

You can think of a search engine as a website which you visit to search a question, such as Google, Yahoo!, Bing, or whatever your using you’re using magically replies with a long list of links to webpages that potentially answer your question.

Here’s how it works: Google (or any search engine you’re using) has a crawler that goes out and gathers information about all the content they can find on the Internet. The crawlers bring information back to the search engine to build an index. That index is then fed through an algorithm that tries to match all that data with your query.

How long does 'SEO' search engine optimisation last?

This depends on a number of factors such as the competitive nature of your industry, marketing budget of your industry etc.  It also important to maintain the health of your website and other websites that refer to your website.

Other areas to maintain are as follows:

  • Negative SEO

  • Broken backlinks 

  • Broken internal links 

  • etc

How long does 'SEO' search engine optimisation last?

This depends on a number of factors such as the competitive nature of your industry, marketing budget of your industry etc.  It also important to maintain the health of your website and other websites that refer to your website.

Other areas to maintain are as follows:

  • Negative SEO

  • Broken backlinks 

  • Broken internal links 

  • etc

Do we tie you up in a long contract?

No, we have no 6 month or 12 month long contact we just require 30 days notice, we consentrat on a great working relationship.

Is 'SEO' expensive?

To start with, its important to establish if SEO ‘search engine optimisation is correct for your business and the goals you want to achieve, 9 times out of 10 it is the correct tool to implement among others. Below is a video talking more on this below.

To summarise, it depends on a number of factors such as but not limited to:

  • How competitive the search term or keyword you wish to rank is.
  • Amount of content needing optimised
  • Number of pages needing to be optimised
  • Current domain authority score
  • Number of bugs to fix
  • etc
What is locational SEO?

Locational based SEO, also known as geo-targeting, is the practice of optimising your content to appear for your target location. It’s fair to say that Google is getting better and better at creating location-based search results on more generic topics, where searchers are looking for something.

For example, if I’m sitting in my office in North Wales and search for the term ‘log cabin’, Google knows to display me local results in North Wales. A desktop search will return log cabins in the wider local area, whereas a mobile search will show log cabins in close vicinity of North Wales.

Google believes the intent is different between desktop and mobile search; those on a desktop are more likely to be researching while those using mobile search want more immediate results.