SEO & PPC Case Studies
If you’re looking for an SEO and/or PPC expert for the first time, you might be unsure what to expect or how to choose someone suitable. Every company is different, and so are the results they will see, but by reading case studies, you can get a feel of the benefits someone such as myself can bring to your business. SEO & PPC Case Studies are also a great way of starting to learn about how you can implement changes on your own site, though I also have lots of guides to help with this.
With nearly 20 years of experience as a qualified SEO and PPC expert, I have worked with many customers to implement paid ad campaigns and to boost organic traffic through Search Engine Optimisation. In these case studies, I’ve outlined the company’s goals, their growth over the period we’ve worked together, and just some of the best practices and techniques I have implemented as part of an informed and comprehensive strategy.
Each working relationship begins with an in-depth analysis of a client’s website. A strategy, informed by this analysis, is then created; primary and secondary goals are identified; and action points are outlined. From here, my client and I begin working together to get the results that I’ve identified in some of these case studies.
Choosing an SEO & PPC Expert
While Case Studies are a great way of getting to know more about an agency, how they work, and whether they can really get results for you, I would encourage you to do plenty of other research before picking someone to work with. There are all sorts of things to consider when selecting an agency, including compatibility, cost, expectations, expertise and qualifications. I am always happy to speak with you about your aims and how I might be able to help. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like to arrange a time to speak.
In the meantime, read through the case studies for some of my current and past clients:
I started working with Charlotte at Karen Rhodes Weddings and Events in July 2020. This was towards the start of the Coronavirus pandemic when the family-run