Search Engine Optimization

SEO-imageWhat is Search Engine Optimization?

SEO is a process of increasing quality and quantity traffic through organic, free or paid search results on search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing etc. on your website. Ads are the means of paid SEO while the organic SEO is free.

Why is SEO important for your Website?

Search engine Optimization (SEO) plays an important role in business marketing. The local and national level competition for acquiring a place in the top ten list or the first page of Google has ended up making the SEO a challenging task to accomplish. 

Why Opteamize?

Opteamize offers professional SEO services backed by the power of content that boosts your sales. We establish your digital presence by analysing your web page issues and find right solutions for them.



Opteamize performs and shares an eight-step assessment report with the client prior to starting any SEO project:

  1. Site optimization
  2. Search Index Results
  3. Reputation Assessment
  4. Content Audit
  5. Social Signals
  6. Site Popularity
  7. Link Assessment and
  8. Keyword Assessment

Our technical team will recommend and/or take action to fix issues with your website and landing pages. This depends on who manages the website and is best suited to execute the corrective actions for technical and on-page SEO.

Opteamize and the client shall jointly finalize a content strategy  starting with an editorial calendar for the duration of the project. The editorial calendar contains the list of proposed content to be created for the project with submission due dates for the content SEO. 

We have customised our organic SEO packages to suit every customer. Our SEO packages can increase business and the ranking on a long-term. Though every customer is unique, we have noticed that their goals from an SEO project fall into one or more of these categories.


To know more about SEO services and talk to our experts click here. 

Today it’s not about ‘get the traffic’ — it’s about ‘get the targeted and relevant traffic. – Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

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