Too good to be true?

03, Apr 2017
As a small business, you probably receive a lot of calls each week promising to get you to the top of Google within a week for a small price below £100. Great? No.
 
You have heard the old adage ‘too good to be true?' This is the case with most things if it seems like a dream come true.  And for the small payment, quite frankly, you may well get to the top of Google in a week……and then blacklisted from Google in two!
 
There are both white hat SEO techniques and black hat SEO techniques.  White hat SEO means that it is done in accordance with the guidelines provided by the major search engines in terms of what websites should be offering to visitors.  Black hat techniques, on the other hand, are practices which are unethical in the SEO world and will most likely end in one result….blacklisting – and what a shame that would be after you’ve spent all that time, money and effort on your website.
 
If you need a reputable SEO agency Birmingham, then look no further than MultiChannel Creative in the centre of Birmingham.  We have been successfully working with clients for many years – and it is this ‘working closely’ that should be shouted about.  We’re not an agency who ‘sells’ you a website and then sits back to relax.  We will work with you to look at your business goals and objectives, and work closely with you to identify how to achieve this via your digital marketing strategy…something that is becoming ever-increasingly important in today’s digital world.
 
Many people don’t (or don’t want to!) understand the world of online web marketing, so now’s the chance to work with an ethical SEO agency which understands your needs.  Why not give us a call today.
 
Organic vs paid positions on search engines

10:04 am 3rd April, 2017, Monday

For some people, the idea of getting their website onto the search engines can be a bit baffling.  But this is equally (if not more so) as important as having a great looking website in the first instance.  After all, it’s no good having a great website if no-one can find it.There are 2 ways of getting your website onto the search engines, and let’s use Google for this example.There are the paid adverts (Google Adwords) and the organic listings (SERPS).&nbs
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