SEO for Chiropractors

SEO for Chiropractors

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With over 14 years experience working with chiropractors and chiropractic clinics our team of local SEO specialists have been responsible for more than 12,000 first page results for our clients.

Recent Chiropractic SEO Clients Include:

Physio SEO Specialists

Physio SEO Specialists

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Physiotherapy SEO Services UK with over 10,000 first page results 

We realised that we’ve neglected our poor site and she’s well overdue an update but in the meantime we thought we’d share some of the physiotherapy SEO clients we’ve had over the last 14 years.

  • Physio4life
  • Harley Street Physiotherapy
  • Kuer Clinics
  • Cortisone London
  • Physio & More
  • Physiotherapy Specialists
  • West London Physio
  • Covent Garden Physio
  • Body Logics
  • London Physio
  • Synergy Physio
  • Simon Glover Physiotherapy
  • ESPH
  • Physio Remedies
  • Sprint Physiotherapy
  • The Great Health Company
  • Physio Matters
  • Move Physiotherapy
  • 76 Harley Street
  • Knaphill Physiotherapy
  • Marylebone Physio
  • Neurolink Physiotherapy
  • Optimal Health
  • Physio UK Net
  • Prohab
  • The Physio Clinic Bristol
  • Vitality Centre
  • CHHP
  • Physio Medicine
  • Fit4Life
  • Relaxus

New Patient Driven SEO for Physiotherapy Clinics

With over 14 years actively helping physiotherapy clinics improve their organic search visibility, traffic and new patient enquiry conversions, our team is one of the most knowledgable and experienced in our field.

How We Increased Vinterior’s Traffic by Over 460% In under 18 Months

How We Increased Vinterior’s Traffic by Over 460% In under 18 Months

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We recently finished working with Vinterior after 18 months of looking at everything right and wrong with their site and SEO campaign. We have posted their traffic growth along with a testimonial from Sandrine Zhang-Ferron the Founder and CEO.

Working with this exciting start up since 2018 has been a joy, challenging yes but they’re a wonderful bunch of enthusiastic individuals. Read more about how we did it here

Sample of Organic Search Terms

Below is a sample list of some of the search terms we achieved whilst working with Vinterior. In total our SEO campaign resulted in over 9000 first page results and 4500 position 1-3 results in that time. Traffic reached over 170,000 visitors up from 30,000 in Feb 2018.

vintage furniture – position 1

drinks trolley – position 3

upcycled furniture – position 3

armchair sale – position 9

mid century furniture – position 3

vintage lighting – position 2

retro sideboard – position 3

writing bureau – position 6

retro sofa – position 2

vintage dining table – position 1

g plan sideboard – position 1

vintage furniture seo

 

 

vinterior seo traffic

 

Sandrine – CEO of Vinterior says:

“Tom and his team at SEO 21 have been a tremendous support developing our SEO strategy from scratch. Tom helped us lay solid foundations for our SEO channel, and his contribution on improving our technical SEO, developing content and link building has allowed us to triple our reach with organic search in less than 2 years.
Tom is also a very energetic and enthusiastic person to work with, and cared about Vinterior and our success as if he was a full time member of the team.” – Sandrine Zhang-Ferron, CEO & Founder of Vinterior.co

Knowing when to stop link building

Knowing when to stop link building

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Due to the amount of questions we get from people who email or phone us about Google Penalties and problems with poor or spammy link building from their current SEO company we thought we’d put a blog together which will hopefully answer all these questions.

So first up if your SEO isn’t working and your rankings aren’t improving when do you say STOP!

  1. If your SEO isn’t providing you with details and data of the work they are supposed to be carrying out then it’s time to ask the question what are you actually doing for me?
  2. Rankings doing down not up
  3. Strange looking back links. This means from non-contextual sites, poor quality content, keyword rich anchor text overuse or abuse.
  4. Too long with no real results. SEO doesn’t guarantee results in fact the biggest variable is the site and the people working on it. But if after 6-12 months you’re not really seeing results then we suggest speaking to your SEO expert and finding out what’s going on and when you can expect to see some movement in the right direction.
  5. ROI ‘It just ain’t happening’ – If you’re spending more than you are making as a business and you’ve been plowing hundreds if not thousands of pounds per month for a considerable amount of time and you’re not seeing signs of a return on investment then it may be time to evaluate your campaign. Like I said before SEO isn’t an easy win overnight success it takes time and skill to achieve organic results. But 1-2 years and no movement or nothing to shout about then you should be talking to the people responsible and finding out why.

Adding the wrong kind of back links

Let’s talk about back links and how they should be used in your SEO campaign and the types of links you should try and avoid adding.

Web 2.0 Back Link Building

Some believe web 2.0 links should be used to promote and build brand link references where as we suggest you just avoid them altogether. It’s better to play it safe than risking your site to a penalty for too many low quality or building links to just improve rankings from a single source or link type.

Don’t build links on Web 2.0 with keyword rich anchor text you’re just asking for trouble with manual site penalties from Google.

Forum Profile Link Building

At one point forum profile links used to be a main source for SEO’s to acquire back links from high quality and trusted domains.

Then Google mass penalised many websites for overusing this method and pushing anchor text overuse as well. There are still some great sites such as www.ideastap.com where you can create a profile link, sometimes you even get a DO FOLLOW link which is great right? BUT! Don’t use anything than your Brand or Naked URL or Name.

Our advice is just avoid using forum profile links as your source of link building.

SAPE Link Networks

Oh dear where to start with this one. SAPE if you are not familiar with this terminology is simply a load of robot built websites on a huge list of domains. Usually have spun poor quality content and are owned by a single individual. Originating from sape.ru a Russian network where you pay for a link on site for very little. It is easy to acquire thousands and thousands of back links very quickly for not a lot of money. I recently saw a company in the UK bragging that their SEO had acquired rankings using SAPE links and when I checked in Ahrefs.com you can see the amount of link abuse going on. I think this kind of link building should just be instantly penalised by any site knowing to build SAPE links to manipulate organic rankings.

This obviously isn’t a complete list of types of link building techniques used but they are some of the worse in our opinion.

For more information contact SEO21 today!

Why you need Google Plus

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Google+ is one of the biggest and most important updates in Social Media and Google in years.

Better than Twitter?

Unlike Facebook or Twitter, Google+ actually integrates with the organic search results. Just do a search for SEO21 and you will see my awful picture (taken pre too many burgers and beer).

We really love using this Google+ integration with blog posts and articles because it invites the user to connect with you on Google+ and helps them get to know you a bit before they even click on the website page.

Great for Local Businesses

I’m not sure if I would say better as it’s early days but I prefer the layout and functionality over Twitter. It has taken a bit of getting used to but I really love how it features ‘Nearby Posts’ so anyone in my local area can see my Google+ Posts, a great way for any local business to cast their net even wider.

Try Google+ and See for Yourself

Join me on Google+ 

E-commerce’s Secret SEO Weapon

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If your business sells products online, be it in the physical or digital sense then are you missing out on one of the greatest most unused SEO tools within your arsenal?

Google Merchant Centre Optimization

That’s right Google have even created a dedicated place for any business to sell their products online. The best part about it’s free to all.

For pretty much any product search, Google will present the user with 3 product options currently for sale right now. They’ve also included a tab at the top of the results (and the left) called ‘Shopping’ and when you click that you are presented with all of the products it has in it’s database.

How do I get my products listing in Google Merchant Centre/Google Shopping?

That’s the tricky part, you’re going to need to understand XML feeds, and read through all of Google’s guidelines before you can upload your list. If you do this incorrectly you feed will not be indexed within the Google Shopping results.

Let us handle the techno trickery for you

For a nominal fee not only can we create your XML feed for Google Shopping but even optimize it to make sure it features within the first page results.

Say goodbye to Adwords forever

How do I remove a Google+ Local review?

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If your business has been attacked by a spammer, another business or individual by posting fake reviews on your Google Places business listing and don’t know what to do about it read on.

Over the past 3 years since Google Places really became THE place for any local business to be found, we have seen thousands of cases on Google Help Forums and from customers who have had their Google Places listing smeared with what can only be described as fake reviews.

Many have tried the obvious approach and to try to contact Google either through their local business listing ‘report a problem’ panel or on the Google Places forums. Unfortunately it would seem Google do not currently have the man-power to support this fake review problem which leaves many business owners and SEO’s feeling frustrated and scratching their heads.

I am sure there will be some who will be honest and admit  I have even tried to do things that maybe ‘aren’t that clever’ to try to fix, and I personally don’t blame them for doing so. When your business works so hard to play it by the book and offer a fair, honest service and then a competitor simply undoes all the hard work you’ve done to build up your online reputation who can blame them.

I’ve been doing Google Places optimization for 8 years now nearly and I’ve seen a lot, learnt a lot too but today I am going to show you something that might just help your business by helping you delete unwanted Google Places reviews.

I represent a client in London, a very well-known physiotherapy clinic. Doing very well on Google Places, organically getting thousands of unique visitors per month and generally very happy with Google. That was until they had a review posted on their Google Places listing. For obvious reasons I am not going to name that clinic but I will give you some details on the kind of things written on their review.

The user had never posted a review for another business under that account before but went on to smear the clinic and owner with real hatred. Some of the comments were simply shocking! Nothing about the service itself, more about the actual physio and none of them true, the reason I can say this is we’ve checked the dates and the physio himself wasn’t even there during that period. So anyway I advised him to respond publicly through his Google Places local business centre account which he did. 2 weeks later the user deleted the post and reposted within a week. They knew what they were doing, they knew that this would repost the review and put it back the top of the pile so everyone would see. This happened twice over 3 months in total.

We tried everything, contacting Google, speaking to someone at Google Ireland (which was about as helpful as speaking to an orange).

Then I found this…..

getting google places reviews removed

Thinking this isn’t going to work I filled out the violation form in detail and waited with bated breath.

Please note I clicked on the second link ‘this page‘ to submit a legal request.

report policy violation google places reviews

Today we checked and the review has been removed!

This is great news for the clinic and hopefully for you too. I don’t expect this to work for everyone.

Good Luck and if you like our post please don’t forget to Retweet, +1 or Like.

Youtube & Internet Marketing

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Although I am a firm believer in that you should dip your toe in every possible pond when it comes to your Internet marketing campaign, I don’t see a lot of local businesses utilising the power of Viral marketing.

Just because you’re local doesn’t mean viral can’t work for your customers.

As a nation on the whole let’s face it we’re lazy, we don’t spend hours reading, we browse, we click, we skip through page after page until something grabs our attention.

By getting helpful 30 second videos out there to promote your services you could increase the chance of a new customer contacting your business instead of someone else’s.

Think about that………

We do not currently support this location – Fixed

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Just a quick update but less than 24 hours after reported the latest Google Places glitch which affected some business listing owner

Google must have just had an overnight bug or one too many shandies as all is well again.

Remember you heard it here first!

Reported: 03:00am BST 5th May 2012

 

 

We do not currently support this location

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Google Places listings owners may be seeing the following error this morning ‘We do not currently support this location’.

It comes after another glitch was reported by thousands of business owners when their listings dropped over night.

We’ve seen this glitch before and it won’t be the last time.

 

Why do I see We do not currently support this location

Google is always working behind the scenes and when they make a change it usually means the data set is moved at least temporarily. It usually sorts itself out or you can try and press edit on your Google Places listing and Submit to ping the listing.

This rarely works immediately these days but in the meantime until we or Google find a fix hang tight, stay tuned and we’ll get more information across as soon as we have it.

 

 

Uodate: Google fixed itself on this occasion. You’re listing should be showing again.