What Can SEO Do For Your Business?
Search Engine Optimisation is the work of getting your website to appear as high as possible in Google when somebody types in a keyword phrase relevant to your business. The higher up your site is listed, the more of those people will click through to your site in search of your services.
People rarely use phone books and old style business listings anymore; when somebody wants to buy a product or they need a service they just go to Google and search for it.
If you're not on the first page of the Google results for the keywords that your customers are looking for, they are going to your competition.
We create a custom solution for each individual client. Not all businesses are the same and they each have different needs and goals. We will work with you to create a solution that meets the needs of your business as quickly and effectively as possible.
We don't use contracts or ask you to pay us for months up front. Instead, once you accept our proposal we work on a month-by-month basis until the job is done. If for any reason you wish to end our working relationship, you are free to do so at any time.
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Rankings That Stick Long-Term
Everything we do for your company whilst you work with us is permanent. We don't 'rent out' your rankings. We employ only the best practices to ensure that Google trusts and values your site and will keep it ranking long after our work together is complete.
World Class SEO Minds
We are part of a large group of the brightest minds in SEO; other companies that dominate the #1 rankings for just about every city in the world. This mastermind allows us to provide the very latest strategies possible, to enable you also dominate your competition.
Daily Ranking Reports
We're transparent in what we do and provide detailed ranking reports right into your inbox every day (you can also have them sent just weekly instead) so you can see precisely how our SEO service affects the rankings of all of your keywords every day without you having to ask us to check for you.
Suffolk - Pretty Villages & Miles of Beautiful Coastline
Velium SEO has an office in London but we are actually based in lovely rural area of Suffolk.
We cover the whole of Suffolk, including all of the towns listed below, but we are not limited to just this county. We are indeed able to serve clients anywhere in the United Kingdom.
Ipswich is the largest town in Suffolk and is location on the Estuary of the River Orwell. It is home to Ipswich Town Football Club, and also has a new university which was only recently established in 2007.
One of the main attractions in Ipswich is the waterfront, which offers a beautiful view as well as many shops and restaurants. You can also try out the 'Pigs Gone Wild' trail.
Newmarket is perhaps most famous for its racecourses - the Rowley Mile and the July Course. As well as holding races, Newmarket also has the largest racehorse training centre in Britain and is home to over 3,500 racehorses.
As well as the race courses, Newmarket has other related attractions such as the National Horseracing Museum, the British Racing School and Tattersalls - bloodstock auctioneers.
Sudbury is a small market town situated on the River Stour. It still holds an outdoor market twice weekly in the town square and often attracts specialty markets.
A short walk from the town center you will find the Water Meadows which offers lovely walks along the Stour. There is a rowing club here and you'll often find people partaking in various water sports such as Kayaking and Canoeing.
Lowestoft is a traditional seaside resort and port town. In 2005 some flint tools were discovered which dates the origins of the town back some 700,000 years making it one of the earliest known places in Britain that early humans lived in.
The town boasts blue flag beaches, the beautiful Nicholas Everitt Park, and Ness Point which is officially the most easterly point in the United Kingdom.
Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds was originally called Beodericsworth and built around 1080. It is rich in history; housing a monastery that was built in 633 and is the burial site for King Edmund. It has a large Catherdral, an 18th century water mill, the Suffolk Regiment Museum and the Theatre Royal.
Each May there is an annual festival, and in June a floral display called Bury in Bloom is held at the Hidden Gardens.
Felixstowe is an Edwardian seaside town and has the largest container port in Britain. It has a rich military history and a popular tourist attraction is Landguard Fort which has well preserved coastal defences. Felixstowe Museum is another good place to enjoy the history of the town.
There are four miles of beaches to be explored with beach huts that you can hire for a day, and a dedicated BBQ area.