SEO support for sustainable results

Already know something about SEO and considering taking your website to the next level? SEO support from a search engine optimization specialist is the tool you are looking for. On this page, I talk more about my key components of SEO support. Ranging from the specific tasks I handle as an SEO expert to the elements that make for a fruitful collaboration.

Read on and discover how SEO support from me can enhance your ability to increase your online visibility, bring in more potential clients, and ultimately promote the growth of your business.

What does SEO support entail?

The specific tasks within SEO support can vary from agency to agency, but there are some common activities that are often offered. The following is a list of such activities:

Keyword research: a fundamental aspect of SEO. The specialist identifies the keywords and phrases that are crucial to your business and that your target audience uses during their online searches.

Technical SEO: This refers to the optimization of the website itself, including load time, mobile compatibility, and the overall structure of the website.

On-page optimization: this involves optimizing the content of your website, including text, images, and meta-information. This promotes the relevance of your web pages for the selected keywords.

Link building: this is the process of collecting backlinks from other websites to your website, which can contribute to your website’s authority and visibility.

Content creation: certain forms of SEO support also include creating new content, such as blog posts or landing pages, specifically optimized for the chosen keywords.

Analysis and reporting: SEO agencies should report periodically on the progress and results of their efforts. This may be monthly, or it may be more frequent, depending on support.

Monitoring and adjustments: SEO is an ongoing process, so it is essential to continuously monitor your website’s performance and make adjustments as needed.

It is important to emphasize that not all SEO support will include all of these services, and some forms of support may offer additional services not listed here.

SEO support in a nutshell

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This is what I find important in a collaboration

Here is a table that lists the most important aspects of SEO support, along with their priority and explanations of their importance:

Aspect of SEO supportPriorityWhy is it important?
Keyword researchHighIt is the basis for all SEO efforts. By determining the right keywords, you can strategically optimize your content to rank better in search engines.
On-page optimizationHighThis ensures that your website and the content on it are relevant to your chosen keywords, which is essential to rank higher in search engines.
Technical SEOHighThese optimizations, such as improving loading speed and mobile compatibility, have a direct impact on the user experience, which is an important factor in search engine rankings.
Link BuildingMediumBacklinks act as votes of confidence from other websites, which can contribute to your website’s authority in the eyes of search engines(1).
Content creationMediumPublishing new, relevant content regularly can help you rank better in search engines and engage your audience.
Analysis and reportingHighIt is important to measure the performance of your SEO efforts to understand what is working and what is not. This allows you to adjust your strategy if necessary.
Monitoring and adjustmentsHighSEO is an ongoing process. Regular monitoring and adjustments ensure that your website is always optimized and performing well.

Keep in mind that the priority of these aspects may vary depending on your specific situation and needs. It is always advisable to consult with your SEO specialist to create a customized strategy that best suits your needs.

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What are the goals of SEO support?

SEO support is a way to improve the online visibility and findability of your website, which in turn leads to more traffic and higher sales.

  1. Improve organic visibility in search engines: the first goal of SEO support is to get your website on the first page of search results for relevant searches. This improves the visibility of your website and attracts more visitors. Achieving this for relevant search terms leads to higher conversion rates.
  2. Increase website traffic: when your website ranks high in search engines, more people visit your website. More traffic usually means more customers and more sales (this is ultimately what it’s all about).
  3. Improve user experience: SEO is not just about search engines, it’s also about people. By improving the user experience on your site (through faster load times, mobile-friendly design and clear navigation, for example), visitors stay engaged longer.
  4. Building credibility and authority: a good SEO strategy also takes into account building your brand as an authority within your industry. This is achieved by providing valuable, informative content and by creating quality backlinks from reputable sites.

Each goal contributes in its own way to increasing your online presence, attracting more visitors and ultimately increasing business results.

The steps of SEO support shown

StepTimelinePriority
1. SEO AuditMonth 1High
2. Keyword researchMonth 1High
3. On-Page SEOMonth 2-3High
4. Technical SEOMonth 3-4Medium
5. Content creationMonthly – starting at month 1High
6. LinkbuildingMonthly – starting at month 1Medium
  1. SEO Audit: this is the first step and it is a high priority. The purpose of the audit is to understand how your website is currently performing in terms of SEO and to identify any issues that need to be addressed.
  2. Keyword research: this is also a high priority and is performed at the same time as the SEO Audit. This is where you identify the keywords relevant to your business that you want to target in your SEO strategy.
  3. On-Page SEO: This is an ongoing process that begins after keyword research is completed. It involves optimizing the content and HTML source code of your pages to make them more attractive to search engines.
  4. Technical SEO: This includes improving the technical aspects of your website, such as site speed, mobile usability, and the structure of your website. It is important, but it usually does not have the same immediate impact as the first three steps.
  5. Content creation: creating high-quality, SEO-friendly content is an essential step. It’s an ongoing process that starts right from the first month, after you identify the keywords and topics you want to target.
  6. Link building: this is the process of getting links from other websites to your own. It is important for your website’s authority and credibility, and it is an ongoing process that also starts from the first month.

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Ralf van Veen

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I have been working for 10 years as an independent SEO specialist for companies (in the Netherlands and abroad) that want to rank higher in Google in a sustainable manner. During this period I have consulted A-brands, set up large-scale international SEO campaigns and coached global development teams in the field of search engine optimization.

With this broad experience within SEO, I have developed the SEO course and helped hundreds of companies with improved findability in Google in a sustainable and transparent way. For this you can consult my portfolio, references and collaborations.

This article was originally published on 19 October 2023. The last update of this article was on 22 November 2023. The content of this page was written and approved by Ralf van Veen. Learn more about the creation of my articles in my editorial guidelines.