Are your potential clients searching online?
. . . are they finding you?
SEO for Financial Advisors
You've invested time and money in the development of your firm's website:
- Are you getting the traffic that you had hoped for?
- Are you showing up on Google Maps?
- Are you ranking ahead of your competition on Organic search for industry related keywords?
- Are you paying too much for your pay-per-click advertising campaign?
SEO can help!
What is SEO?
SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is the process of establishing the relevancy and authority of your website in the eyes of the search engines. The goal behind SEO is to help your website appear on the search engine results pages (SERPs) for important industry and location based keyword searches.
A comprehensive SEO strategy involves more than just keywords and citations, it also requires a website that provides a good user experience, on-going content creation, and a strong backlink profile.
4 Components of a Successful SEO Strategy Explained
As more financial firms have moved online and embraced digital marketing, ranking on the first page and in Google Maps has become more and more challenging. Google and other search engines rank websites based on the websites perceived relevancy to the search phrase, its perceived authority - based on online signals, the proximity of the business to the searcher, and the user friendliness of the website.
1. On-Page Search Engine Optimization (Keywords = Relevancy):
On-page SEO strategies primarily involves determining the best keywords for your business, then adding them to your website so that the search engines understands what your business is about, and what search terms you should be considered for.
2. Local Search Optimization (Google Maps):
Local SEO is designed to help you appear in, and rank higher in the Local Search Results – those tied to Google Maps. The Local listings are a reflection of both Relevancy (to the physical area that is being searched and keyword phrases), and Authority, with those of higher Authority appearing higher in the Local listings. Ranking in Google Maps depends on On-page SEO and Off-page SEO, as well as specific “local” optimization steps.
3. Off-Page Search Engine Optimization (Backlinks = Authority):
Your perceived Authority – how high you’ll be ranked – is most impacted by off-page SEO, especially by the quantity of quality backlinks pointing at your website from other websites. Backlinks are the currency of search. We will help you to develop relevant, quality backlinks that are search engine approved.
4. Technical SEO (Website):
Technical SEO is becoming increasingly important as Google emphasizes things like User Experience, site loading speed, and mobile friendliness.
Technical SEO looks at issues involving how your website interacts with the search engines – are they able to crawl and index your website – and best set-up practices for a good user experience.
Google’s search algorithm involves more than 200 elements, and with the frequent updates and changes, Search Engine Optimization has become a moving target. As such, it is important to start your climb to the top of the Search Engine Results pages by working with SEO experts that follow and study those changes on a daily basis – like the experts at Advisor Web Marketing. We use only Search Engine “approved” SEO techniques.
On-Page & Local SEO
+ $500/additional Location, +$150 per year
Optimization for On-page Keywords, Local, Technical Check
SEO + Links
SEO + $500/month
On-Page & Local + Backlink Building
Add Infographic $500
Power Optimize for one Keyword Phrase for Search Ranking or Backlinks
Ultimate SEO Package
$1800 + $1170/month SAVE 10%
Full, on-going, search engine optimization package - Local SEO, On-Page SEO, and link building.