Web design company processes often seem to complicate building effective websites. Our approach to web development is simple.  We’ve been doing this since the Internet was in its infancy, so our web design company has discovered processes that work.  And it doesn’t have to be complicated.

How does web design and SEO help your business achieve goals?

Here’s how we see things.  There are 3 keys to online success.  First you have to get people to your site, then you’d better get them to stay there, and then you have to get them to come back again and again.  If you can accomplish these three goals, you’re bound to have a successful website.

Now these 3 goals are pretty straight forward.  And over the years we’ve discovered a variety of things that you can do in order to accomplish each goal.  It’s been proven time and time again.  Follow the steps and the formula works.

In addition to these 3 goals, obviously there are many details that we pay special attention to along the way.  We constantly monitor the latest advances in search engine technology in order to stay ahead of the curve.  We abide by the highest code of ethics.  We write clean code.  We develop sites that are easy to navigate.  We design beautiful layouts that naturally draw the eye through the compositions and allow the user to comprehend more.  We understand the intricacies of linking, keyword mapping and themed content silos.   And perhaps most importantly, we know what NOT to do to accidentally get your site banned from Google’s listings.  The list goes on and on.  Each of our experts are well versed in their own areas so when our team is pulled together to go to work on your job, it’s a true Gestalt.

Are your SEO and web design services templated like all the other guys?

We approach all of our services from a consultative perspective.  Although we have discovered processes that are proven to work, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach.  All of our programs are custom-tailored to meet your needs.  We steer clear of the faddish methods of website marketing that are prone to come under the skeptical eye of Google.  Each of our approaches necessitates a long term relationship in order to reap the benefits of our strategy.  That’s why we continue to monitor and refine your site’s performance, rather than just building it and walking away.

Red Rocket isn’t just a one-stop web design company, we’re your partner and we’re here for the long-term.

We provide all of our services using ethical methodologies, but in the end, the search engine rankings themselves are outside of our control.  The search engines determine the rules – often on a weekly basis.   They can and do change the rules as they fine tune their algorithms, placing the work of all web development firms and SEO companies at the mercy of their judgment.  The following warning is directly from Google’s site:

“No one can guarantee a #1 ranking on Google. Beware of SEOs that claim to guarantee rankings, allege a “special relationship” with Google, or advertise a “priority submit” to Google. There is no priority submit for Google.”

http://www.google.com/webmasters/seo.html

Since this is the case, Red Rocket only uses Web Development and SEO Best Practices, because these Best Practices rarely, if ever change.

So what does this mean for you?

  • A higher likelihood of success for one.
  • Higher likelihood that your site will be found towards the top of search results.
  • Higher likelihood that your site will develop a regular following.
  • Higher likelihood of increased sales.

The benefits go on and on but we don’t want to make claims.  You’ll just have to read through our web design company case studies and testimonials to see for yourself how successful we’ve been for our clients.

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