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We offer customized consulting services for clients with an in-house SEO team or a full-service marketing agency. Whether you need a one-time, high-level website review, validation of your current SEO, or ongoing support to increase your site’s rankings, we tailor our services to your current resources. We’re experienced in working closely with multiple teams and stakeholders, providing expertise where it’s needed and augmenting your in-house marketing capabilities.
We’ll help you reach your marketing goals with these services and more.
We evaluate your site to identify issues related to broken links, taxonomy, pagination, search engine crawler access, and more.
We help you understand your competitors’ digital presence and leverage the data our assessment uncovers.
We evaluate the keyword terms that have the highest potential for conversions and the terms that are less competitive.
We review the authority of the sites linking to yours to uncover potential risks of penalties.
Whether we’re determining if your website has a search engine penalty or we’re working with your team to develop a recovery strategy, we make sure your road to recovery is a short one.
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The client had set up his own goals to improve views, rankings, and conversions. We built on that with on-site SEO recommendations for the website’s more than 300 location pages.
- Targeted traffic increased by 23%
- 75+ first page ranking increases
- Lead generation increased by 67%
Chris and the folks at DAGMAR can help you to make SEO work in ways you never figured. The typical 3-card-monte act that represents most companies that sell this service will let you down every time. DAGMAR is the real deal.Harry E., from Google
Our SEO position is up significantly as is our AdWords position and our leads are up over 200% from last year! I would recommend DAGMAR to any business owner that is serious about increasing their online presence and sales!Stacy M., from Google
I called 3-4 SEO companies to help get me the online presence I needed. DAGMAR came across as courteous and well experienced. Their price was fair and their work ethic unmatched.Jason R., from Google
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