Geeky Tech’s New Service Aims to Help Customers Fix & Improve Technical SEO

Technical SEO is an extremely important factor in what makes a website rank high on search engines like Google. Unfortunately, it can often be neglected in favour of design. While design and user experience (UX) are essential, not investing in technical SEO might mean that the website is never picked up by Google, or does not rank as high as it should.

Geeky Tech, a leading UK-based SEO agency for B2B tech businesses, has decided to offer specialised technical SEO as part of their offerings to ensure their customers get the best results from their websites.

As the business explains, incorrect technical SEO can mean a website’s rankings are affected. A well-planned SEO strategy that is implemented properly can help websites reach the front page of Google in as little as three months (for the right keywords).

If not, the website might not perform as well as it should. Unfortunately, technical SEO issues are not visible or immediately apparent, which means clients often do not realise they have a page issue.

That’s why the agency stresses the importance of a technical SEO audit, which could help identify issues, both obvious and subtle. The audit is used as the basis for the technical SEO strategy that the business creates for its clients.

For those who are not aware, technical SEO can cover on-page SEO as well as other technical factors that Google may look at.

On-page SEO, as Geeky Tech explains, is setting up the page for search engines to understand. Some components of this are the page’s meta-title and description. These are used by both search engines and searchers to identify what the page is about.

The on-page SEO also includes the content, how it is structured, and where the page’s keywords are located.

Another factor that affects a website’s ranking is how fast it loads, says the agency. A slow-loading website can put viewers off, making them likely to leave instead of waiting. Part of a technical SEO implementation plan includes making sure the website is loading quickly. If not, the search engine optimisers pinpoint and resolve the issues causing slow load times.

Geeky Tech also emphasises the importance of an SEO-friendly architecture of the website, citing URLs, sitemap, and markup as some reasons for poor optimisation.

Mobile-friendliness, or responsive site design are other factors in technical SEO, according to the agency. The business cites studies that assert that more than half of the web traffic today is on mobile. Not having a website that displays properly on that medium results in people getting a less-than-ideal viewing experience.

While these are some of the factors that Geeky Tech looks at in a site SEO audit, they claim that there is much more that goes into making an optimised website. Most importantly, once the website is fully optimised, it also needs to be tracked, monitored, and eventually, updated.

Technical SEO, they claim, is an ongoing process, which is never completely done. As a business owner, one must invest in the right SEO management agency to see results year after year.

As an SEO agency, Geeky Tech offers several services in addition to the latest offering of technical SEO. For more information about what they do, please visit https://www.geekytech

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