Managing an international SEO presence across multiple countries is one of the biggest SEO challenges you can face. Choosing the right website structure, delivering the right content, carrying out local keyword research and even using different search engines must all be taken into consideration to get it right.
As an international SEO agency, we have plenty of experience helping companies get found online. Our international SEO services cover both technical and strategic SEO for brands that need to maximise their search presence in every country.
Our international SEO services include:
We make sure your international website is set up correctly for search engines and users in each location. Technical SEO for international websites is complex but we automate as much of the process for you as possible, including audits and diagnostic reports, so issues can be fixed before they hurt your search visibility.
We use the most advanced SEO insights technology to identify your target audiences, competitors and search opportunities in every market you operate – so nothing is missed. As a data-driven, international SEO agency, we can provide you with real-time insights that always keep you up to date with the latest demands of your audiences and spot emerging opportunities before your rivals.
Instead of targeting each audience with the same broad message, we pinpoint local interests and deliver content that addresses their consumer needs. Our insights reveal unique opportunities to engage local audiences on a deeper level and position your brand as the answer to their problems.
International SEO optimises websites for multiple languages and/or countries to ensure the right content is delivered to every user. Building an international search presence requires extensive optimisation of domain structures, URLs, pages, internal links and content to help search engines crawl, index and deliver everything to the right place.
Internal links help search engines and users navigate your website and they’re important for any SEO strategy. The challenge with international websites is that you’ve got a large volume of internal links to manage and you have to work harder to ensure they’re all pointing to the right page. Internal links are good for SEO but broken links or links pointing to the wrong page or language can cause major issues.
Yes, page URLs should be translated to include keywords in the relevant language but this doesn’t mean using Google Translate. Your keywords, content and URLs should always be translated by language professionals who can help you identify the correct keywords. Translating an English keyword into another language doesn’t necessarily give you the search term people are using.
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