Experts in Search. Driven by Results.
Omnicore’s Los Angeles SEO Service can help increase your online exposure and reach your target customers.
Local consumers from the LA are searching the web for business that serve their needs and they can now become your customers.
Around 18% of mobile searches result in a purchase within the day. People search for services or products they want here and now.
We make it easy for them to discover your brand’s website through our services that help your website to rank well in Google Maps and Local search results.
1. SEO Strategy
Omnicore was founded as an SEO-first agency and over the years we’ve become skilled at generating organic traffic from search engines.
SEO strategy is the first stop we take as we focus on understand clients need, the market they operate in, and their competition online.
Only then we can we come up with an SEO strategy that can help attract the right audience to the business.
The best SEO strategy varies depending on who you want to reach e.g. a different SEO strategy would be used to attract Los Angeles area residents than if the goal is to people from throughout the state of California.
2. Keyword Research
We believe Keyword Research is the navigator when it comes to SEO.
The goal is to discover the best keywords for your brand so it easy for your potential customers to find you online.
The process is different for every client we work with, e.g. a Los Angeles resident looking for a locksmith nearby might use different search terms than a Seattle resident looking to buy a fishing rod online.
We also analyze your competitors and use a range of keyword analysis tools to discover the right keywords to target.
3. Technical SEO
Technical SEO focuses on all the technical details that affect how search engines rank your website.
A skilled SEO consultant offers guidance on technical details like how to improve your page load speed and how to organize your website navigation.
These details help search bots categorize and rank your website.
When Los Angeles consumers visit your site, you want them to stay on your site long enough to grow interested in your brand. Technical SEO ensures they are not driven away by a bad site.
It also makes it easier for search engines to correctly crawl, categorize, and rank your site.
4. Local SEO
Today many people use their phones to search for products and services.
“Near me” style searches are among the fastest growing trends in consumer search e.g. a hungry customer may query “best fish taco truck near me.”
Thanks to GPS location services, consumers expect to find the closest (and most highly rated) food truck serving fish tacos.
Local Search Optimization and having a mobile-optimized website is often more effective than newspaper advertising since it catches people when they want immediate gratification.
If Los Angeles area residents are your customers, you want to optimize your site for local searches. Local SEO offers convenience to your customers when they want your products here and now.
5. Digital PR & Content
Your website’s content is the centerpiece of your online marketing and your SEO. To reach Los Angeles residents, your website should contain content relating to the topics they search.
You can reach customers before they even know they need you.
Digital PR moves your content strategy beyond your website to establish yourself as a local expert and thought leader.
It may result in media coverage as well as provide an SEO boost.
6. Link Building
Link building is the process of building backlinks to the website from other relevant and authority websites.
Search engines like Google use this as a ranking factor and use it to determine which website should show up higher in search results.
At Omnicore, we help our clients get quality backlinks to their website and content that moves the needle.
We analyze your competitors, perform link audit, remove potentially harmful backlinks, and build new links to the website from a number of different avenues.
At Omnicore, our focus is to help work around the framework of a marketing funnel which helps understanding the process of turning leads into customers. Here is how it works:
Awareness: Potential customers are drawn in through content marketing.
Interest: Visitors move to interest stage by signing up to the email list.
Consideration: Leads change into marketing qualified leads and are seen as prospective customers.
Intent: Prospects can show intent by requesting a demo or adding product to the cart.
Evaluation: Buyers make a final decision about whether or not to buy a brand’s product or services.
Purchase: The last stage where a prospect turns into a customer and where sales transaction takes place.