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Organic SEO Services

Organic SEO Packages

Organic SEO Set Up Plan & Maintenance
One Time SEO Set Up Plan
  • Whole Site SEO Setup
  • Extensive keyword research and selection
  • Schema optimization
  • Optimize Headers 1-4
  • On-page meta data optimization for website (up to 20 pages)
  • Optimize site wide technical SEO (one time)
Ongoing SEO, & Link Building
On-page SEO Optimization
(For Your Sub Pages or Blogs)
  • Using our advanced SEO tools we create new content or optimize existing content to maximize rankings.
  • Content Length up to 1200 Words.
  • All content uses AI for optimal SEO structured outlines and then is hand written/optimized by our (human) experts.
  • Advanced Meta Optimization
  • Pagescore tracking
Organic SEO Set Up Plan & Maintenance
Ongoing SEO, & Link Building
Full Service SEO & Link Building
  • Monthly SEO & Website Audits
  • 1-2 "High RD" Link Built Per month.
  • Quarterly Link Building report
Ongoing SEO, & Link Building
Ongoing SEO Maintenance & Optimization
  • Monitor, update and optimize metadata continually
  • Continual Technica SEO optimization
  • Monitor & Optimize all headlines
  • Updates as per Google (daily) Algorithm changes.
  • KW tracking
  • Luck Orange 24/7 Reporting

Why do you need a comprehensive SEO plan?

Graph Why do you need a comprehensive SEO plan?

Google Ads
Google Ads or Google Local Service Ads x4 spaces
Google Ads
Maps Listings
Maps listings from your Google Business Profile Plan (if optimized properly)
Maps Listings
Featured Snippets
Featured Snippets (Almost always Q&A, fed from blogs)
Featured Snipets
Organic Search Results
Organic Search Results
Organic Search Results

Choosing the right SEO plan for your business.

Here is what a user searching a keyword to find a business, service or product will discover (in order). 

  1. Google Ads or Google Local Service Ads x4 spaces
  2. Maps listings from your Google Business Profile Plan (if optimized properly)
  3. Featured Snippets (Almost always Q&A, fed from blogs)
  4. Organic search results

As you can see “organic rankings” (non GMaps, and non paid ads) are numbers 3 and 4 on this list. However if a search query does not trigger Google to show a”type” of business, then the Map listings will not show and organic rankings will rise. Ideally you want to show up on all of these options. 

We recommend having an SEO plan, blogging plan and a paid advertising plan…but every business is different, so feel free to…

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Frequently Asked SEO Questions

How do you get your website to rank on the first page of Google?

  1. If you are looking to drive searchers to your website via a local map listing, Google Business Profile, or via local service ads (which will occupy ALL of the first page viewable area. You need a local seo marketing plan.
  2. If you are looking to drive traffic to your service or product pages and generate more relevant traffic to your website then  you will need a SEO plan with initial SEO build out, interior page content writing, link building and SEO blogs. 

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According to SEO authority AHREFS, you should expect to pay between $100 and $250 an hour for SEO agency services, with the average SEO plan costing nearly $3,000 per month.

Some business attempt to save money by going with an overseas SEO agency, where services cost between $10 and $50 an hour. However, the outcome from these agencies can vary greatly. Any mistakes or unethical behavior by offshore contractors could get your site blacklisted from search results.

The Google Algorithm is updated daily. But ultimately Google is looking for three types of search queries:  

  1. Business Type/Navigational Query: Is the user looking for a business type, service, or products that Google understands and associates with a business type? 
  2. Informational Query: Is the user looking for a topic or trying to answer a question? If so, the algorithm will prioritize long-form subpages and blog articles with established links. 
  3. Transactional Query: Is the user looking to buy something? While Imageworks does not cover transactional SEO, we can still consult with you to orient you toward a proper solution.

According to, in 2023, the average Google first page result contains 1,447 words - meaning long-form content is still critical to success in the search game.

Ahrefs finds the average cost of buying a backlink from a website is $361.44, excluding labor and outreach costs.

Meanwhile, Siege Media - one of the most renowned content marketing agencies around - estimates that a reasonable long-term price per link is around $500.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO Explained)

“SEO stands for “search engine optimization.” It’s defined as: “a set of processes aimed at improving your website’s visibility in search engines (such as Google), all with the goal of getting more organic traffic.”

Essentially, SEO is about fulfilling users’ search needs by creating relevant,

high-quality content and providing the best possible user experience.”

– *Semrush (valued partner and top SEO tool )

Your website is crawled and analyzed by Google bots continually. Google changes its algorithm three to five times a day now, and of course, the secret to the algorithm is well guarded.… But we have enough data points (after doing this for 25 years!) to know how to optimize your site properly to grow organic traffic.

Your site should have a theme that captures the essence of the services you provide. Think of your homepage as the Table of Contents of a book and the subpages as chapters, filled with informative details about each service and / or product, thus showing Google that you are relevant.

Let's take a look! To provide the most useful information, search algorithms look at many factors and signals, including the wording of your query, the relevance and usability of the pages, the expertise of the sources, and your location and settings. The weight applied to each factor varies depending on the nature of your query.

– Google

Keyword difficulty, or KWD, is a measure of how challenging it will be to rank for a specific search term or query in Google’s organic search results. SEO services typically evaluate keyword difficulty with specialized tools like Semrush, looking at factors like the domain authority, the page authority, and content quality.

The image below shows how various search terms rank in volume and keyword difficulty. You want to focus on KWD of less than 50 to have a chance at ranking on page one.

Yikes! This chart demonstrates why you need to hire Imageworks to manage your SEO. We eat this stuff for breakfast!

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