What We Do
Google now ‘processes over 40,000 search queries every second, which translates to 3.5 billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion searches per year worldwide‘. Are you cutting through the noise? Search Engine Marketing (SEM) has become an essential part of any successful online marketing campaign. Integrating Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising into your digital marketing strategy can bring in valuable leads, enquiries and, ultimately, sales.
Beginning with consultation and project planning, our services can include: existing website and competitor analysis, keyword research, content creation and optimisation, campaign structuring, budget management and monthly reporting. Campaigns can also be tailored for an international market, with additional language declaration and geo-targeting, SEO-friendly translation management, and recommendations for translation for keywords and content optimisation.
What We Deliver
ExtraMile has an excellent client retention rate, working with clients spanning more than 20 different industries. Our SEM clients stay with us for a long time, benefitting from a dedicated account lead, ensuring the continuity that is needed for us to truly understand how search engine marketing fits into the context of your overall marketing strategy.
At ExtraMile, we’ll consult on how your website can capture the searches that will make a difference to your business. Our SEM specialists have Google Analytics and Google AdWords accreditations, as well as Google Partner status with access to advanced SEO tools. You can be assured that we’ll give the right advice and have the skills to make a difference.
‘The website is not only increasing traffic and keyword rankings; we are getting much more interest in the company generated by the site. Only last month we picked up 8 new accounts all generated via the website’.
Darren Potter, Director at Alanto Ltd
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Starting with an audit of your existing website, we’ll work to understand what you’d like to achieve, before agreeing what your SEM package should look like.