Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is not black magic. It’s creating a website that search engines understand and users enjoy. Sometimes, this means behind-the-scenes technical fixes; other times, it means expanding on-page copy to answer all user questions.
Our team has diagnosed and resolved SEO issues for small businesses dependent on local rankings and multinational corporations in need of global visibility.
SEO at Workshop Digital is transparent and collaborative. We craft custom solutions for long-term search engine visibility. For us, success is more than just rankings or clicks—it’s bottom-line results and clear communication of them.
We’re not showing up for terms we should own.
If you’re not ranking for essential keywords, your only option is to pay for every search engine visitor. SEO can provide sustainable, high-value traffic and save PPC budgets.
We’re getting a new website and need a smooth transition.
Changes can confuse search engines and hurt rankings. We specialize in site relaunches that proactively identify potential issues and avoid traffic losses.
Our site has suddenly dropped in rankings, and we don’t know why.
Is it a search-engine penalty? Is a behind-the-scenes technical issue causing problems? We conduct comprehensive audits that provide answers—and solutions.
Our agency isn’t communicating results effectively.
What good are results if they don’t persuade stakeholders? True expertise means getting and communicating results.
We rank well but face new competitors.
Uncover why a new competitor outranks your site, or whether they soon will. Then, use that intelligence to reclaim high-value positions in search results.
We’re struggling to manage a large, complex site.
Complexity requires added focus on technical elements of a site. Auditing, improving, and monitoring are key to sustainable growth and rank preservation.
We’re a multi-location business that needs to improve local rankings.
Local search is incredibly competitive—and lucrative. Getting into the top-three results requires knowing why competitors are there and how to displace them.