Our search engine optimization (SEO) approach is designed to maximize website traffic and sales while staying true to your brand. Anyone who lives in Victoria knows that this city is truly unique. From the charming float homes of Fisherman’s Wharf to the beauty of Butchart Gardens – Victoria, BC is in a league of its own. This uniqueness extends to the people and businesses that call Victoria and “The Island” home.
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Local, reliable, and honest SEO is crucial for your organization.
Did you know that the best place to hide a great Victoria business is on the 2nd page of Google?
Our Victoria BC SEO experts ensure that local customers searching for your product or service will find your business on the first page…because businesses that can’t be found don’t last long!
It’s the 21st century Victoria – your digital marketing strategy should reflect that.
One of the biggest SEO mistakes a locally owned small business makes is throwing money at ranking in Google searches for keywords that are not relevant to their specific customer niche.
This “spray & pray” approach to digital marketing is guaranteed to sink your ship before it even sets sail! Unfortunately, it’s an approach too many digital marketing firms take when optimizing local businesses. Ducktoes does not do this, and that gives us and your business a competitive edge.
We learn the specifics of your business, your customers, and your needs. This allows us to form an SEO strategy that caters to the individual needs of your business’s online market.
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Why you want local digital marketers:
Local SEO in Victoria makes a dramatic difference for your business. If you show up in Google’s “snack pack” or “map pack” (the top 3 spots below the map), your website gets roughly 33% of all the search traffic your industry receives. Not too shabby, eh? Our strategy revolves around getting you into those spots!
Here’s what that looks like in a local Victoria search: