Search Kingdom has been created and designed to focus on providing information and direct assistance in helping your site be featured prominently and be found in search engine results.
The owner of Search Kingdom is (me…) Rob Andrews and I have been involved in all aspects of search engine marketing for many years. I have also collated a team of amazing people who help me in whatever project or campaign we are given the opportunity to excel in.
I promise to always give you an ethical and honest opinion on what it will take to get your website to rise in the search engine rankings. I will also help you to work out what your potential return on investment will be, so you can gauge if you have the time and the budget to embark upon a search engine marketing campaign.
Unfortunately, there are a great deal of fake experts in this industry and also a great deal of people who ‘think’ they know all there is to know about search engine marketing. Above all else I aim to cut through the rubbish that is sometimes spoken and delivered in this industry and design solutions based upon methods that work.
The ‘best practice’ fundamentals of search engine marketing will probably never change. However, almost every day I learn something new about how to best affect a successful search engine marketing campaign. Also, Google tweek their search algorithm about 300+ times per year, so my commitment is to always stay current with what works and is ‘best practice’ today.
If you represent a company or agency, and would like to have an informal chat about how I can help you to make the most of your, or your client’s, search engine marketing, please get in touch. I provide specialist search engine optimisation, pay per click advertising and a host of other internet marketing related consultancy and training services.
Lastly, and as mentioned earlier, when I refer to me as ‘we’ or ‘us’ on this site, it is because I have a team of fellow consultants who can help me on any size of project. Anyone who I enlist will always follow my ‘ethics’ and ‘best practices’ and bring skills to the project that are appropriate.