21 April 2009 09:05am
We are building out our SEO strategy at present. Over the past few months we have worked hard to ensure our site is technically optimised to allow our site to be fully indexable. In that respect we don't require any external expertise. We are however looking to improve the other key areas of SEO, namely:
· A link building strategy/program
Can anyone recommend credible SEO consultants that they have previously used and had good results with in the above two areas?
Thanks in advance.
Senior Account Manager at Econsultancy
21 April 2009 11:43am
You may want to take a look at our Search Engine Marketing Buyers Guide which profiles 31 SEM suppliers. I would also suggest looking at the SEO suppliers listed in our supplier directory.
Hope this helps!
CEO at Incerta Internet Advertising and Information Technologies
22 April 2009 15:16pm
I own a SEO and SEM company that designs, builds and implements digital media strategies with services including Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Email & SMS Marketing, PPC Campaigns, Search Engine Submission, Digital Brand Identity, Affiliate Marketing, Social Media Optimization etc.
I can help you with your project.
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Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
22 April 2009 18:03pm
There is always Naxtech (www.naxtech.com)
Owner at Digital Juggler
24 April 2009 15:31pm
We have a dedicated SEO
team at e-inbusiness and have extensive experience of building content and
developing links. We also have the important track record of delivering results to Clients such as Artigiano, Rohan & The Conran Shop.
Our team is Client focused,
knowledgeable and currently working on a number of high street/household
I would be happy to arrange a call with my SEO specialist, Devaki Phatak, to discuss your requirements in more detail and give your our honest opinion about what is best for your website
Director at Barracuda Digital
24 April 2009 17:21pm
I run an SEO agency called Barracuda Digital and deliver some of the SEO training courses for Econsultancy.
We have a dedicated resources which can help you with 1) optimising current content and 2) Building inbound Links.
As we do alot of training I can also help you resource internally, happy to discuss informally.
Please email on
24 April 2009 17:25pm
Forgot to add the all important contact details:)
firstname.lastname@example.org; 0772 690 1487
You can follow Devaki on Twitter http://twitter.com/Devaki_Phatak
or myself on http://twitter.com/einbusiness_JG
Good luck finding the right partner.
Director at Kronik Media
27 April 2009 21:28pm
I would like to propose my own company but don;t know if it will be a violation of this sites T and C. As I don't want to sound like I am doing self promotion, I will offer my sugestions on an independent basis. I think as fa as SEO is concerned there will no shortage of companies providing the service. A simple Google search I am sure will return 1000's of companies in your area. In most cases I would not recommend selcting companies based on search engine placement, however for SEO I think you want to go for a company that truly knows this field. If an SEO company's website does not rank on the first page of Google themselves then I seriously doubt they will be able to achieve a first page result for your website.
I don't expect the SEO company yuo selectto rank on the 1st page for 'SEO' but at least some related long tail phrases to say the least.
Head of Digital Development at Emap Middle East
05 May 2009 06:49am
Try Laszlo Horvath at Active Media. Their tagline, "You can't afford not to be found on the Net". Laszlo presents all over the world on SEO and really knows his stuff. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/0/91/a5a
Head of E-commerce at DUO
07 May 2009 15:54pm
Try Clickthrough Marketing. We've used them on SEO and PPC with excellent results on both.
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