Perth SEO that grows your balance sheet, without breaking the bank.
We take your business goals, then create and execute an SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) strategy that helps you achieve them.
Measurable results. Tangible value. Quantifiable ROI. And if we don’t deliver, you can walk away. No lock-in contracts here. See? Simple.
Most SEO firms set goals, but they’re typically goals designed to make them look good. Ranking for worthless keywords. Generating unqualified traffic. Generally chasing low or no-value metrics.
At Distl, our SEO goals are aligned 100% with your business goals – a revenue target, geographic expansion, whatever you want to achieve. And we’ll create and execute an SEO strategy to get you there, with custom metrics, quarterly milestones and measurable results.
Instead of see-saw rankings and traffic that make a dent in your budget, but not your strategic objectives, our in-house SEO specialists deliver consistency. Consistent rankings. Consistent qualified traffic. Consistent progress toward your KPIs and mission milestones.
Call us SEO control freaks, but we never outsource. You’ll have a dedicated account manager, here to answer your calls or catch up face-to-face. Behind them you’ll find specialists with all the skills required to build the SEO trust and relevance you need to dominate the search results.
That means we do it all. Optimised, user-focused content. Authoritative backlinks and citations. Content syndication. Everything and anything SEO, including ensuring your website’s design, code and user experience make Google happy.
So, rankings are a given. So too are qualified traffic, leads and enquiries. But ultimately, like everything we do at Distl, our data-driven, strategy-focused approach to SEO translates into brand value and equity. Try finding another SEO firm that promises that.
No misleading, cherry-picked metrics ✓
No lock-in contracts ✓
No outsourcing (100% in-house) ✓
24/7 dashboard, monthly reporting and quarterly strategy ✓
Australian owned, and operated from Perth, Western Australia ✓
Agreed monthly fee with no hidden costs ✓
A team of 25+ experts ✓
Your dedicated Distl account manager will know their stuff. They’ll demystify the SEO jargon for you, nut out a custom strategy with you, put it into effect and report back regularly. All in plain English.
But they’ll also get to know your stuff just as intimately. Your business. Your goals. Your inside leg measurement. OK, not that. But you get the idea.
Digital marketing is our profession, but every client relationship is personal for us, so you can rest easy. You will have one of the industry’s best, most highly trained digital marketing specialists on the case. Just as importantly, you’ll have a digital marketing specialist who understands – and cares – about your business, your brand and building equity into both.
Effective SEO requires a long term, strategic approach. But hard wired into Distl’s process is a comprehensive range of tactical tasks – all transparently tailored for your business.
Our first step in your SEO journey is to get to understand your business – your unique value, competitors, audience and where your opportunities are. We’ll conduct a technical, content and UX audit of your website and put in place the core of your ongoing SEO strategy.
Achieving sustainable, long term returns from your SEO investment hinges on a benchmark web presence. We’ll execute our technical audit findings, optimise your web content and meta, enhance your site’s conversion rate and Google My Business profile.
But that’s just the start. When you engage us for your SEO, you can expect a partner that expertly leads you through the myriad factors that drive powerful returns for your business. All developed exactly to your unique situation.
Some examples of ongoing SEO include:
Content creation and amplification
Ethical link building
User experience improvements
Manual penalty removal
Internal link optimisation
Regular Google My Business updates
Anchor text optimisation
Should I worry about search engine optimisation (SEO)?
SEO can be really effective at building brand equity, raising your brand’s profile and winning new business, consistently and sustainably. Extremely effective. But it all depends on your strategic goals. Talk to our SEO and digital strategists about what you want to achieve, and we’ll tell you whether SEO is a good option.
What does search engine optimisation involve?
To cut a long and technical story short, our SEO process breaks down into four stages:
Research. We’ll research your business and assess your competitors.
Strategy. Then, we’ll set your strategic goals and develop an SEO strategy to achieve them.
Optimisation. Next, we’ll optimise your website (structure, performance, content).
Improvement. We’ll continually develop and improve your website’s domain authority, user experience, content and trust.
What’s domain authority, and why does it matter?
Google assigns an authority score to every website based on a number of factors and indicators, such as backlinks (links pointing to your website). The better your website’s score – relative to your competitors’ scores – the easier it becomes to secure and maintain high rankings in Google’s search results. All of which makes domain authority a fundamental part of SEO.
How long does SEO take to make a difference?
Normally, we’d expect some quick wins, but search engine optimisation is really a medium-term and long-term strategy, mainly because there are a gazillion factors influencing SEO success. In time, we’ll get all your SEO ducks in a row, and as we do you’ll see increasing ROI from your SEO investment.
How much do your SEO services cost?
No two SEO strategies are identical. The same goes for our SEO quotes and costs, which are determined by four key factors:
History. What’s your SEO legacy? If you’ve been using dubious SEO tactics or have toxic backlinks, we’ll need to put in extra work to undo the damage.
Geography. SEO for a local market requires less work than SEO for an international market. And less work means lower costs.
Competitiveness. The more competitive your industry (the more brands competing for your SEO search terms), the harder it is to dominate. We’ll get there, but it’ll require more work.
Diversity. Only got one product or service? Then SEO is relatively straightforward. But if you have a whole heap of products or services, all requiring SEO, then it’s going to cost more.
How do you measure SEO success?
By your strategic goals. By the equity or value it adds to your brand. Otherwise, what’s the point? To achieve your goals and build equity, we’ll set quarterly targets and milestones. And as part of that process, we’ll track a host of metrics, like website traffic, page traffic, traffic per keyword, conversions and much, much more. But at the end of the day, we’ll measure success the same way you do – by your business and bottom-line goals.
ROI: How can I measure the return on my SEO investment?
It’s not a simple calculation, but we’ll work with you to ensure we measure and track all the SEO metrics we need to put an ROI figure on your SEO.
We’ll look at everything, from the value of your transactions and the lifetime value of each client, through to traffic quality, quantity and conversion rates. And we’ll walk you through our ROI calculations.
Do you expect me to sign an SEO contract?
No way. We don’t believe in contracts. We believe you should be able to walk away if we’re not meeting your expectations. That’s how confident we are in our SEO specialists, tactics and strategies.
So if, for any reason, you’re not satisfied with the progress we’re making or the SEO results we deliver, just tell us you want to call it quits before the start of the next month.
Will SEO alone grow my business?
Search engine optimisation is often a great option, particularly for raising your profile, generating website traffic and improving your conversion rates. That said, there’s only so much SEO can do, so it should just be one of the weapons in your digital marketing arsenal.
SEO can do a lot of heavy lifting from a new-business perspective and drive tangible improvements to your bottom line, but we’re here to build equity into your brand and business, and that requires a broader strategy.
What’s user experience (UX)? And what has it got to do with SEO?
User experience is (surprise, surprise) the experience a user has when they visit your site. When users can easily navigate your site, when they enjoy or engage with your content, when they don’t have to wait eons for your site to load, then you have a good experience (or good UX).
Why does this matter? Because when users are happy, they convert. And crucially, when users are happy, Google is happy. And that’s when you get even better search engine rankings.
How many SEO keywords should I focus on?
Not all SEO keywords or search terms are equal, so it isn’t really a case of ‘How many?’ It’s important to focus on ‘Which ones?’ It can be easier to rank for some keywords, especially longer search terms, whereas others are more competitive.
We’ll work with you to identify the terms and topics that are most relevant and useful, given your unique situation and objectives – the ones that will deliver the biggest bang for your SEO bucks.
Will blog posts be part of my SEO strategy?
If it makes sense for you, yes. Trouble is, blog posts are just one SEO tactic and may not be a good way to spend your SEO budget.
That’s why we’ll create a custom SEO strategy for you. It may be that blog articles are a good option. And if they are, you can rest assured we’ll research and write them in-house, so you know they’ll be quality posts that will add tangible value – no outsourcing to overseas writers here.
How do I stand out in the search engine results?
Google Maps listings. Google Reviews. FAQ listings… There are all sorts of ways to stand out from the competition, and we use them all when we take care of your SEO.
Wesley College has seen very positive results since engaging Distl. The team on our account is professional, responsive and understand our goals. Communication is regular and clear, so we all know the direction we're headed in and the steps needed to get us there.