Looking for a local SEO expert in London? Local SEO goes hand in hand with mobile search and Google Maps in many ways, this has never been truer than for 2019/20. Google has launched their mobile-first index. This in layperson’s terms means the mobile version of a page is the one used for indexing and ranking. Mobile devices take priority, hence the name mobile-first index. This is critical to SEO and Google maps results.

One-off or Monthly SEO retainer

Local SEO is targeted to a specific area, my services are mostly for London since there’s where I operate and a place I know well. However, this will apply to any other location you are at and in essence consists of all the normal SEO factors, technical, on page factors and promotion or all the things you do outside of your own website, with a local emphasis.

Local SEO for London

Local SEO in our case would be to target London and queries related to both your business products or services and London, or even for example just central London, North London and so on, we can also target individual neighborhoods, if your business is specific to just a few areas, if, for example, you operate just in Westminster or the City.

Google My Business SEO

Google has an average of 90% of the UK’s and Europe’s search market share, in 2019/20 the single most important action for Local SEO is to correctly list and use Google My Business. That’s just the start and lots of business do not do or do it or take full advantage of its potential.

Local SEO impact on Mobile SEO?

With continued mobile growth and Google’s push for all things mobile, Local SEO is absolutely vital.

From the middle of 2018 when the mobile first index should have rolled out in full for most UK sites, Mobile site speed will be a ranking factor and mobile, local search and local SEO more intertwined. In late 2019 and 2020 the impact of local SEO on voice search is also greater by the day. Google’s push for Question and and Answer type of queries in order to feed its AI and push Google Assistant and voice search linked to Nest and Google Home products.

The importance of local SEO on mobile results cannot be overestimated this will be even more so in 2020. Local SEO is greatly improved with the use of Google Maps and Google My Business.

What London areas do you work in?

I’m your local seo specialist (some called me an expert) for Old Street, Shoreditch, Canary Wharf, Canada Water, Harley Street, Baker Street, Covent Garden, Soho, Marylebone Village, Hyde Park, Bayswater, Paddington, Holborn, Notting Hill, Holland Park, Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Westminster, Camden, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Kingston upon Thames, Richmond upon Thames and many more!

How is SEO priced?

I offer three models, monthly retainer (our most popular), one-off cost for audits, strategy or other services including training, and an hourly basis model.

Do you charge setup fees?

No, our setup happens usually in month one.

How long are your contracts?

I offer a simple monthly rollover agreement. I recommend a 3 to 6-month engagement for best results, but you can cancel anytime.

How long does SEO take to work?

In most cases, a three to six/twelve month timeline is the most realistic timeframe for significant results. In cases of no previous SEO work, site migrations gone wrong or a sudden drop in rankings, recuperating results back or first-time results may be possible in as short a period as a month or two.

What is your approach to SEO?

I am a great advocate of staying within Google guidelines and avoid black hat techniques such as PBNs. I have extensive experience in recovering sites from such practices.

Do you guarantee SEO results?

No, I do not! And nor should anyone else. If they do it is time for you to look somewhere else. I do guarantee obstinate commitment and dedication.

Can you help with Structured Data?

Yes. Google is making big strides into Voice Search and Structured Data as part of those efforts is the new black in SEO. This is likely to be even more so in 2020.