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Effective SEO

We can help your website rank higher on search engines using Google compliant SEO methods

  • Improve your visibility in organic search result
  • Deliver sustainable traffic to your website
  • Increase leads and ultimately sales

We keep up with the latest 2024 SEO trends to offer outstanding SEO services.

Result driven SEO services for ambitious businesses

See how we increased traffic to Immerse UK's website
by 990% with effective SEO


Increase in site traffic in 2 months


Increase in natural searches


Increase in site traffic in 4 months

Our objective is to improve your position for  the keywords you target in organic search engine listing,resulting in more traffic and ultimately more customers.

What is SEO?

SEO is a combination of techniques,tactics and strategies put in place to increase the amount of visitors to a website through acquring a high-ranking placement in the seache reasult of a search engine(SERP).like Google,Bing,Yahoo etc .

To optimise your website sucessfully it is fundamental to understand how search engines work and what are the most influential areas in SEO to get your website ranking the fastest.

How Does it Work?

On-site SEO

your website infrastructure and content

Optimising your websites infrastructure and architecture

Targeting the best keywords

Creating new and interesting content

Off-site SEO

how your website is referred to from other online sources

Link Building – gaining high quality and trustworthy links from authoritative sites

Having an active social media presence

Relevant Citations

Why SEO matters?

In today’s competitive market SEO is more is more crucial than ever.Millions of people use search engines every day looking for solutions to their problem and answers to their questions.

Factors That Influence SEO

Content relevancy & quality

Content relavency is often overlooked in regards to ranking factors, however it is likely still the most crucial factor for SEO.Search engines are continually indexing websites and their content to ensure the most relevant businesses are worthy of the front page.

Page speed

Page Speed is crucial towards your SEO.Google has suggested that page speed is one of the key signals used by its algorithm to rank pages. Not only is it important for your SEO but it also plays a large role in the user experience. Provide your users with a great experieance and keep the load time below a few seconds.

Website security

Website Security is also a key factor for SEO. Website with a secure certificate(SSL) indicatet to search engines that your website can be trusted.

Website structure

Having a well-structured website with relevant, well-written content will support you in your ranking. Your website must be engaging so that strangers who have never heard of you business before will continue to read and stay on your website.

Why Grizzly?

At Grizzly, we understand how search engines assess websites and how they select the order in which they rank. Our work predominately involves improving the relevancy and trust factor of our client’s website.

From this, search engines begin to favour the website over others and therefore start to increase it’s rankings higher up in the search results. Ultimately, the end objective is to have the website positioned on page one or even in the number one spot on Google for your primary keywords.

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3 Factors For Search Success


Technical Excellence

The foundation of what we do is technical SEO and our approach is made on two fundamental concepts: we find every area that can be enhanced to improve your organic rankings, and work with you to identify the most effective ways to carry out these improvements.


Outstanding Content

As the saying goes, “Content is king” and it can’t be underestimated. Thankfully the team at Grizzly knows how to use content to engage with customers and to send the right signals to search engines for long-term success.


Audience Insight

Your web visitors are crucial to your search success. Our experience in technical SEO, conversion optimisation and web design means that we understand the demands of the modern consumer online and can help craft the best experience for your audience.

From Google

All our campaigns adhere to Google webmaster guidelines, so you can rest easy knowing that your results are sustainable SEO facts

SEO Stats

  • 93% of online experiences begin with a search engine
  • Google owns 65-70% of the search engine market share
  • 70-80% of users ignore the paid ads, focusing on the organic results
  • Search is the #1 driver of traffic to content sites, beating social media by more than 300%
  • SEO leads have a 14.6% close rate, while outbound leads (such as direct mail or print advertising) have a 1.7% close rate

What should I ask an SEO agency?

It’s important to make sure that an SEO agency works within the law. Beyond that, there are a few questions you should ask outlined in this video.

A Bristol based SEO agency

We’re proud to be a Bristol based business. Bristol was recently voted, by the Sunday Times, as the best place to live in the UK and 1 of the top 10 cities to live in the world.

In 2015 Bristol also became the European Green Capital, becoming the first city to ever achieve this.

SEO Guides


Syndication Source Tag

Back in 2010, Google introduced two new meta tags for news articles: original-source and syndication-source. These two tags were created to allow news curators to publish another website’s article on their own website, without the risk of a Google penalty for plagiarism or duplicate content.


Keyword And Keyword Research

Keywords are single words or phrases that you want search engines to associate with your site, so that when those keywords are entered in search by someone, your website is visible.


Rich Answers

Google is always evolving, their developers are creating more intuitive ways to show answers to users’ search queries. ‘Rich answer’ is one of their new developments.



In the world of SEO, hCard was best known as a microformat standard used for forming structured data; the data was created for the benefit of search engines over people. This helps search engines to have a better understanding of the information on web pages.


NAP (Name, Address, Phone Number)

NAP is short for name, address, phone number. For search engines like Google, these details create a unique marker that distinguishes you from anyone else. By listing your NAP details consistently, you reflect your presence in a particular area and your ability to rank for location-based searches.



A citation, link or mention in any digital content signifies endorsement, trust and authority. SEO co-citation refers to the interaction that occurs when websites discuss interrelated themes, concepts and mention each other. A crucial element of co-citation is the significance of the words that surround links. Implementing co-citation can help explain how to get ranked for keywords that you don’t even reference, thanks to the words and citations that you usually are associated with.


Vertical Search

Vertical engines are search engines that specialise in different types of search. For example, Google’s image search, location or map search, news search, and web search would be considered a verticals. These should be actually be considered as separate search engines, all under the Google umbrella.


Schema Markup

Google introduced Schema markup in 2011. It is a form of a microdata that was made in collaboration by Google, Bing, Yahoo! and Yandex. The objective has been to develop a specific language of tags that enable webmasters to communicate the meaning of web pages to computer programs that read them, including search engines.


Panda Algorithm

Google launched Panda in early 2011, a search results algorithm which filtered out websites with low quality content. This was the beginning of a series of huge quality control checks. Google Panda effectively stripped search results pages (SERPs) of badly constructed and spammy content, enabling higher quality websites to rise to the top.

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