Search engine optimisation (SEO) aims to improve the website ranking for certain search terms. Technically formulated. In fact, it is about getting the right visitors to the website.
In contrast to search engine marketing (SEM), where advertisements (so-called ads) can be placed in the search event and costs are incurred for a click, SEO deals with the discoverability in the generic search result (i.e. the normal search results).
Taking into account the Google guidelines for webmasters and refraining from prohibited practices, we guarantee our clients sustainable success with search engines (so-called "white-hat SEO").
For us, SEO is the most important success factor in the "toolbox" of internet marketing with regard to new customer acquisition and conversions (= "lead generation"). As specialists for TYPO3 and search engine optimisation, we can support you effectively and significantly increase the number of qualified visitors and thus the number of leads.
Monitoring and analysis with Search Console
We use Search Console from Google as the central tool for analysing and monitoring the search engine performance of our pages. It is the only reliable source regarding visitor flows (clicks), visibility (impressions) and performance (position) related to individual keywords:
In our view, this evaluation is the most valuable source when it comes to search engine optimisation and its success control.
SEO for TYPO3 editors
Basic terms and important editorial measures that are part of day-to-day business, require little extra effort and have a high impact:
Data protection aspects (SSL, cookie notice, OptOut/OptIn, etc.)
Other (http2, unnecessary 301 redirects, usability aspects, functional errors)
Tool recommendations: Which tools should you use yourself for lasting success?
Analysis report with recommendations for action and detailed cost estimate
The costs for an SEO audit are approx. 6-12 working hours
2. Technical optimisation
Based on the SEO audit, you can decide whether and which measures we should implement to optimise your website. In this way, you can have targeted optimisations carried out that correspond to your budget.
Limits of technical SEO
Technical search engine optimisation is an important measure. It speeds up your website - so it benefits the visitor. And it helps search engines to better understand the website's content. Both are rewarded with a better ranking in any case..
However, you should not expect miracles from technical optimisation. At some point there comes a point where the effort is simply no longer worth it. We have visualised this in the following graphic:
The average return is shown here in linear form, which does not necessarily correspond to reality. But it doesn't really matter: the graph is meant to show that investments in technical search engine optimisation (whether with or without TYPO3) are only worthwhile up to a certain point, since the marginal benefit (in the form of an improved ranking) is extremely flat. To give an example: Whether your website reaches a value of 95/100 or 99/100 in terms of pagespeed no longer plays a major role.
Much more important, on the other hand, is how you deal with the content of your website, i.e. the editorial measures...
Editorial search engine optimisation with TYPO3
The editorial search engine optimisation includes all measures that can also be carried out by NON-technicians:
OnPage optimisations (assignment of meta tags, text links, image optimisations)
Optimisation of the google myBusiness entry (local SEO)
Promotion in social networks
Generation and placement of a Google sitemap
When it comes to editorial search engine optimisation, it's all about you. Or rather, on YOUR content: