We leverage key “white hat” SEO methods to exponentially power search algorithms and influence unmatched results in search engine rankings
Advanced SEO Methodologies
Our proprietary methods are dynamic and increase search ranking in highly competitive markets, new websites, and blacklisted sites
Establish your industry authority, boost organic traffic and find the right leads for your company with our SEO methods.
Increase Your Brand Visibility Online
Grow and diversify the number of keywords your brand is ranking for on Google and other search engines. The more qualified keywords (words or phrases that relate to what your target marketing is searching for online), your website is ranking for in popular search engines, the faster your business will grow. However, this is not an instant process, but with our SEO efficiency we can provide a swift solution in the SEO market.
360˚ SEO Infused Online Presence
72% of all purchasing decisions begin with online search, making SEO the best long-term and most stable solution toward driving business. This is why SEO strategy is fully ingrained throughout our entire offering. Our SEO synergism quickly drives organic traffic through improved search engine rankings, making our clients powerhouse influencers through search. This is the magic behind what we do.
Expertise in Search Engine Algorithms
Our SEO is about top tech, talent and building efficiencies in search and throughout the digital marketing mix. We have the most dynamic algorithm experts hellbent on engineering cutting edge efficiencies that rank your website faster, giving your company an unfair unfair advantage over the competition, which is why we’re an exclusive service loyal to each of our clients and their specific market.
Dedicated SEO Algorithm Thought Leaders
Google updates its algorithm constantly. Our existence revolves around staying ahead of these changes by finding better ways to utilize the algorithm to rank you faster and more secure in the hottest terms in search.
What we specialize in
SEO can be used for any online business, but we also use SEO for specialized applications.
An in-depth 190 point evaluation of your site’s current SEO health. We examine search psychology of your unique target customer base to identify frequented keyword opportunities.
Content is king. We prime your website’s content and sitemap, allowing Google to easily scan your site, while integrating targeted keywords into key onsite components to boost organic SEO.
We identify your primary competitors’ SEO campaign strategy and build upon it into your SEO strategy to beat your competition with their own stick.
The process is rooted in algorithm efficiencies that integrates targeted keywords and qualified search terms into key onsite components while stabilizing traffic flow and boosting search ranking, through our credible link portfolio and back linking strategy.
8 STEP SEO STACK
Our proprietary, eight step off-site SEO stratagem that drives organic traffic and powers search engine ranking, putting your website to superposition in search.
We monitor SEO metrics to identify flaws in a site’s security, act to solve those issues, and monitor site activity with security in mind. We rectify problems relating to brand management should a security lapse occur.
ALGORITHM DOUBLE CHECK
- Google algorithm
- In-house algorithm
- Third party algorithm
Our motto is, “If you can’t measure it, it’s useless!” Which is why we offer a process steeped in performance metrics. We measure how well your site is ranking for key terms and improve our performance throughout based on factual data. Our metrics drive performance to grow your business.
METICULOUS MONTHLY REPORTING
You will be provided with extensively detailed monthly reporting to show your baseline, growth results and future keyword integration. Monthly reporting can be customized based on your organization’s needs.
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Nuclear SEO Service Summary
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
What Is SEO?
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the practice of making websites and pages more appealing to search engine algorithms. This is done through a series of both on-site and off-site optimization efforts. The goal is to increase traffic to your website from search engines (such as Google, Yahoo! and Bing). Internet searches are one of the top ways that the general population finds companies. In order to compete with other companies in your market, it is imperative that you put in the effort to be in the top search results for the appropriate keywords.
What can this do for your company?
- Bring you high-quality leads: You can attract 500,000 visitors to your site, but if they are coming to your site looking for a completely different type of product or service, what good does it do? Your goal should be to gain visitors who are interested in the products and services that you offer. For example, if you are trying to raise awareness of the endangerment of jaguars, but your 500,000 visitors are all interested in buying a Jaguar-brand car, then you are not getting good quality leads. With the right SEO efforts, you could make sure your keywords are optimized to attract those who care about your specific product or service.
- Bring you MORE traffic: Once your site is optimized to bring you the right types of people, it is only natural to want more of them. There are millions of people each day searching on the internet. You want your site to have as large a percentage of the relevant searches as possible.
- Provide you with organic leads: When a user searches for something on a search engine, they are provided with a SERP (a Search Engine Results Page). This page may have a couple of ads or paid listings at the top, followed by a long listing of non-paid listings that meet their search criteria. These are called “organic” or “natural” search results. You do not pay the search engine for being on this list, no matter how many times people click on your site. This is your end goal; you want your business to appear here so that you are reaching potential customers organically.
How does SEO work?
You may already understand the basics. You search for something in Google and your search engine of preference magically supplies you with a list of websites that you might want to look at. Have you ever thought about what goes on behind the scenes of these search engines? Have you noticed that if you search for the same phrase tomorrow or even next week, they are typically the same? Why is this? How are some sites chosen to be at the top of your SERP and others are pages deep?
Have you ever heard of a crawler or robot? Each search engine has them. They “crawl” around on every website to gather details on the site’s content. Then they report back to the search engine. Long story short, this information is used to match your site with people’s search words. These crawlers return regularly if you are doing things right. If your content is stale and never changes, they may visit you less and less.
The part that is tricky is that different search engines use different algorithms to determine which pages or sites they think match certain search terms more than others. And the factors that go into these algorithms seem endless!
That is where the experts come in to optimize your site and your content.
Optimizing (the O in SEO) means configuring some aspects of your site in a way that pleases the search engines. For example, increasing your site speed (decreasing your load times), following the search engine’s preference for how to spice up your content, and adding tags to your images that the search engine’s robots can read and understand. These “rules” are set up to help the crawlers judge a site and how a user might like it when visiting it.
Nuclear Networking performs extensive and regular research to keep current with what Google and other search engines look for. We help your site build trustworthiness, which can go a long way in improving your SEO.
What Search Engines look at to grade your site’s reliability:
Length of time online: Search engines favor sites with a good history over brand-new sites. Search engine trust is assigned to the website’s primary domain.
Content and related markup: Photos, text, and video can be optimized to make the search engines happier with your website.
Keywords: Search engines need to know what words and phrases your market uses. Researching and integrating these keywords into your on-site copy within the search engines density requirements play a significant role in ranking online. The processes used to find the right keywords for your website is called keyword research. There are multiple methods used to vet beneficial keywords to focus on. Here are just a few:
A. Relevancy • Verifying the keywords are in line with your products and services. Long-tail specific keywords can be beneficial in competitive spaces.
B. Search Volume • Verifying the keyword data shows that people use these terms regularly. If no one is searching for them, they will never drive business.
C. Competition • Are these keywords the right fit for your marketing efforts given your budget and goals? In many cases, the more competitive the keyword, the longer it will take to earn. Finding keywords that drive leads and sales is our focus.
Links: Search engines will judge you by the company you keep, so your goal is to have quality outgoing and incoming links. Search engines like to see qualified links to other sites and industry resources. Qualified incoming links can also play an important role in supercharging your site’s online position. If others link to your site, it must have some credibility when compared to sites nobody links to.
Fast, responsive web design: Google has now included ‘mobile-friendliness’ as one of the aspects it looks for when ranking a site, since, across most industries, visitors will probably be on mobile devices. Your page load time is also graded and considered in ranking outcomes. Fast responsive websites perform far better in the online race.
Security: Using a Security Socket Layer (SSL) certificate gives your site more credibility. Another helpful boost comes from ensuring your website and servers are up-to-date and free of malware or other threats.
And more! SEO is a multi-headed beast. We’re here to help tame it for you.
What We Do
We work with you to make sure your website and other online initiatives, such as directories, blog and site content, and more, are SEO-friendly. We determine which tasks will give your site the best trustability with search engines. With a Nuclear-optimized website, your online presence is ready for the world. Search engines will then give you preferential treatment because they know your site has reliable information and presents the best in web standards.
What You Do
Patience and Persistence Are SEO Virtues
SEO takes time because it relies on building trust with the search engines. Given the amount of competition, Google and other search engines are extremely picky and constantly refining algorithms to find better ways to only show the best search results on their site. You won’t see huge success overnight, so don’t be discouraged if your traffic doesn’t jump through the roof right away.
If you were selling a house, you’d paint it, clean it, mow the lawn, and so on. All of those efforts don’t assure the house will sell. SEO is like painting and cleaning your site to look its best online. It can bring lots of interested customers but can’t make them buy.
While we will be putting a lot of work into optimizing your web ranking, there are some aspects we will be working on together with you:
- Useful, high quality, relevant content
When you provide useful content, visitors tend to stay longer on your website to consume the information and therefore increase the dwell time. Photos, multimedia, and highly-engaging text create trustworthy sites. This looks good to search engines and visitors alike.
When you add new content to your site, such as new products or new blog posts, we carefully tailor that content to be attractive to search engines, while also being highly effective for human readers.
- Site speed
Some search engines measure your page load speed, rewarding faster pages and pushing slower sites down the results list. The reasoning behind this is that users are impatient with slow loading speeds. If they have to wait extra time for your site to load, they may leave and go find a different site.
If users actually do this, it can do even more damage to your search engine rankings. The users’ actions could decrease your dwell time and the number of pages viewed on an average visit, while increasing your bounce rate. All these factors add up and can majorly damage your SEO ranking. They also will decrease the likelihood that a visitor will interact with you from your website. They are less likely to fill out a contact form or jump into live chat if your site is too slow at every click.
Once your Nuclear Networking SEO campaign begins, you can expect the following:
- First Two Weeks: We work to build consistent and effective online citations, which are the listings on the many online directories that contain your organization’s information. Correctly creating directory citations on quality platforms helps build trustworthiness with search engines.
- First Two Weeks: We provide you with a user experience (UX) analysis that will point to any major elements of your website that could use some fine-tuning. We identify if your site takes too long to load, doesn’t present clear navigation, or is lacking in effective content. This process provides you with areas that can be immediately remedied to see the best campaign and service results. Think of this process as us coming over to your house to identify areas that need to be cleaned before you invite company (traffic) over.
- Initially and Ongoing: We work to optimize the images on your site to increase page load times which helps decrease user bounce rate. We also add tags and descriptions to help crawlers better understand what the picture is and help traffic better understand what the image conveys. Proper image tags and descriptions also assist visitors who use accessibility tools.
- We also work to optimize the content on your website to cater to search engines without any annoying “keyword stuffing” like the old days of the internet. We use best-in-class methods that present your site in a way that is attractive to both human visitors and search engine crawlers. After all pertinent on-site optimization is completed, the focus changes to ongoing off-site optimization.
A little deeper…
- Alignment to business goals and objectives.
- SEO key performance indicators and metrics.
- SEM key performance indicators and metrics.
- Analytic tools and processes and more.
There are many other facets to our SEO efforts and we work with you to determine which tools will best improve your site’s effectiveness and ranking. Want to find out where you stand online against your competitors? Fill out this free analysis here!
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Here is a more detailed list of some of the many things we do at Nuclear Networking to fuel your site’s growth through SEO:
• Complete all in-depth keyword research, which includes but is not limited to: soft spots in search, high search volume, low hanging fruit / medium to low competition, and relevance (those that attract the best-qualified customers)
• Complete and apply competition deconstructs to all new campaign builds and SEO
• Comb through inbound marketing and apply the client’s information and desired positioning insight
• Set up and manicure website backend for Google algorithmic compliance
• Successfully activate and install goal-tracking features
• Successfully implement all micro-tagging onsite, including schema
• Implement all optimal keywords into qualified pages that best fit for density, positioning, and user experience
• Implement onsite human behavioral and heat mapping tools to monitor UX efficiencies
OFF-SITE SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION:
• Perform an open-site explorer scan for baseline metrics
• Generate an advanced multi-faceted sitemap index• Implement strategic Meta titles and Meta Descriptions
• Submit sitemap index to Google Search Console
• Send Google crawlers to start the index process of the website
• Send Google crawlers to start the index process of the Sitemap
• Optimize Robots.txt file to better communicate with search engine crawlers (when needed)
• Build and implement industry-specific structured data (SCHEMA)
• Submit canonical tag on similar URLs to point SEO to focus pages (when applicable)
• Individual product optimization may occur for e-commerce sites
• Build foundational web 2.0 links that serve as a core foundation for SEO and help build Domain Authority
• Ongoing social bookmarking (when applicable)
• Search engine submissions
• Profile building on industry standard websites (when applicable)
• Analyze topical flow of links on the site and competitors sites for target keywords
• Monitor site health via Google Search Console
• Monitor link health
• Fix 404 errors (within budget when applicable as determined by Nuclear Networking)• Fix indexing errors
• Monitor indexing status
• Monitor site speed to analyze user experience and bounce rate outcomes
• Continuously build and monitor quality backlinks with focus keywords and close variations on high Domain Authority sites
• Discretion: Offsite SEO services are performed to match the client’s goals and budget, as determined by Nuclear Networking.
What is Digital Marketing?
Specialized online advertising and marketing practices like web design, blogging, content, search engine optimization, pay-per-click, and conversion rate optimization. Television is now considered digital marketing due to internet streaming to online viewers.
What is Inbound Marketing?
This refers to the activities and strategies that attract visitors to a website. It also refers to search engine optimization (SEO) which develops a good web presence as SEO uses education and trust around services, product, and/or brand awareness.
What is a Keyword?
A word or phrase that describes the theme in a piece of content. The keyword is typed into a search engine to give the best results related to the keyword. A goal of search engine optimization (SEO) is to have your website show in searches for as many keywords as possible.
What is a Search Engine?
A program that searches an index of information and returns results to the user based on corresponding keywords. The most popular search engines are Google, Yahoo, YouTube, and Bing.
What is Search Engine Marketing (SEM)?
Mostly used to describe paid forms of digital marketing using a search engine (e.g., pay-per-click (PPC)).
The process of improving website rank and performance in organic search engine results using content production or improvement, upgrading technology and coding, and reputable link acquisition.
What is a Search Engine Results Page (SERP)?
The page that lists search results
when the searcher submits a keyword or phrase query.
What is Dwell Time?
Dwell Time is one of the factors in your SEO ranking. It is believed that the more time a visitor spends on your website, the more likely it is that they have found relevant content. So, a higher dwell time will have a positive impact on your ranking.
What is Organic?
A source of traffic to a website that comes through clicking on an organic link rather than a paid search engine result. Search engine optimization (SEO) campaigns use organic traffic to grow site ranking using more effective keyword usage in search engines.
What is Google Analytics (GA)?
A free software platform created by Google used to analyze and compare historical data, website traffic, user metrics, sales conversions, and the success of each channel of marketing. It’s a powerful
tool to measure the performance of the bottom half of any sales funnel and to discover opportunities to make campaigns more successful.
What is Google AdWords?
Google’s online advertising service which allows advertisers to reach customers through their search and display networks. Costs vary by bidding strategy and company goals. Advertisers bid on keywords to have their ads shown in Google search results and Google’s partner websites.
What is a Google Partner Agency?
A business that is certified by Google for having an AdWords qualified employee, as well as meeting performance and financial criteria through ad revenue and business development while sustaining and growing their customer base.
What is a Google Algorithm?
A mathematical program that controls which results page websites will appear on each time they are queried. It is constantly updated (about 500 to 600 times a year or two times per day) and continually adjusts the rankings of websites across the world. The details of the algorithm are kept private to prevent manipulation of the system for rankings. Google publicly suggests “best practices” for higher ranking in search results.
What is GTM?
Google Tag Manager – a service provided by Google to efficiently manage multiple tracking codes installed on a website, providing the ability to customize when and where they trigger. Utilizing tracking codes in all digital marketing campaigns is crucial for success.
What is Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising?
An online advertising model in which advertisers are charged for their ad once it is clicked. It is commonly associated with social platforms like Facebook Ads and search engines like Google AdWords.
What is CPC?
Cost-Per-Click – This is the amount of money spent on an ad in a pay-per-click campaign, and it’s the primary pricing model for paid advertising. A campaign budget is charged every time someone clicks on an ad. The Google AdWords platform generates an estimated click cost per keyword that varies as advertisers bid for them in real time. Average CPC can range from less than $1 to upwards of $100 per click in high-cost industries such as legal, insurance, and fire/water damage restoration.
What is CPA?
Cost-Per-Acquisition – the amount of ad budget spent for a given date range divided by the number of conversions in that same date range, resulting in the amount spent per conversion. This number is used to determine if the campaign is generating a positive or negative return, based on the value of the lead or online purchase.
What is CPM?
Cost-Per-Mille (cost per thousand, not million) – a paid ad’s pricing model
based on the number of impressions an ad receives. Impressions are charged in increments of one thousand. This pricing model is used most commonly with display ads where the goal is brand awareness.
What is Click-Through-Rate (CTR)?
This metric shows how often people click on an ad using the number of clicks divided by the number of impressions or times it was seen. It is used when determining if the ad’s message matches the consumer search criteria to give a satisfactory result. This measurement is valuable in determining how successful the wording and presentation of your ad is.
What is a Landing Page?
The webpage location a user arrives at after clicking an ad, image, visible URL, or button link. They are designed with the purpose of lead generation or directing the flow of traffic throughout a site.
What is Bounce Rate?
A percentage of visitors to a website that leaves without clicking or interacting with any portion of the page (e.g., If 100 people visit a website and 50 of them immediately leave, the bounce rate is 50 percent). Lower is better, and averages are between
40 and 60 percent.
What is KPI?
Key Performance Indicator – a data point that measures whether a company is achieving their key business objectives. This data points helps define
business goals and the progress toward achieving them.
What is a Backlink or Link?
This is a website hyperlink shared with another website using HTML HREF code. Google considers backlinks from strong websites to be votes of trust and evidence of subject matter authority from your peers.
What is a Directory?
A website that lists other websites with similar themes in categories, so you can more easily find them (e.g., LinkedIn and Angie’s List).
What is Duplicate Content?
Portions of text that are found in two or more websites causing ranking issues for one or all of the websites. Google can’t determine who has authority over
What is Rel Canonical?
HTML code used to link content from
an original author or “canonical” page
to another page using the material as a reference. This prevents confusion from Google and maintains search engine rankings.
What is Heatmapping?
Using software to create a graph to show how users interact with your site. It tracks how and where the users click, scroll, and hover over information. Heatmaps are used to collect information on user behavior to help the website designing and optimizing process.
What is a Map Pack?
A section of Google search results pages featuring three businesses listed in a local map section. It shows up for localized queries, a general business type, or a “near me” search.
What are Meta Tags?
HTML code added to a webpage to give web bots and search engines additional related information. This metadata tells search engines how to display the most important material about a website in search results such as when the page was published, the title and author, and any image descriptions.
What is a Meta Description?
A meta tag that gives a description in
160 characters. They are important since they appear in Google searches and other search engine results.
What is Responsive Web Design? Creating a website to reorganize or adjust information to fit correctly on both large and small screens.
What is Schema Markup?
Code referred to as rich snippets or structured data that is added to the HTML of a website to allow search engines to understand the relevancy of a specific person, place, object, or business.
What are Sessions?
A Google Analytics metric that determines how one user interacts with a website during a specific time period, usually 30 minutes. It is calculated by the amount of time a visitor views any page or related set of pages on a website domain in one visit.
What is a Sitelink?
Used as an ad extension in Google AdWords and appears below the main ad copy. It links to a specific page on the website including Contact and About pages. Each ad can have two to six sitelinks.
What are Unique Visitors?
A metric used in web analytics to show how many different, unique people view a website over a period of time by tracking their IP address. If a visitor visits the same website multiple times, they will only be counted once.
What is User Interface (UI) Design?
The area and display a user interacts with through a digital device. Good UI should flow smoothly and be easy to understand.
What is User Experience (UX)?
This refers to how a user interacts with
a website or app. UX design tests where users click, and on which pages they visit by using different design layouts, calls to action (CTAs), content, and more to improve conversion rates and increase activity and repeat users.
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