James Parnwell

James Parnwell

4 Stages of the SEO Exploration Process

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SEO is an essential component of digital marketing, helping your clients find you in search engines like Google and Bing. At first, SEO can seem overwhelming, and we often find that our clients who have tried to use SEO in the past, have found it confusing and have struggled to find success in it. As the foundation is essential to the structure of a house, we need a rock-solid SEO plan. We can then spend the following 12 months putting together the SEO processes to help more people find your website, getting you more leads so you can grow your business.

SEO exploration is the work that must be done to create a solid foundation to build your SEO and help you develop a strategy.

In this episode, we will discuss those four stages of SEO exploration; keyword mapping, siloing, the 50+ checklist and the 12-month rollout plan. We will go through how to find the best keywords to help you find clients and ensure your website is correctly set up. We also discuss how to structure a 12-month rollout plan.

As always, you’ll hear from James Parnwell, Founder and Managing Director of TheOnlineCo. and Rich Brown, our SEO Manager at TheOnlineCo. We want to make sure you feel confident in your SEO and digital marketing and that you see results.  


Key Moments:   

03:28 – Stage One – Keyword Mapping

13:41 – Stage Two – Siloing

21:40 – Stage Three – The 50+ Point Checklist

25:48 – Stage Four – 12-Month Rollout Plan


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James Parnwell
James Parnwell

James is the Managing Director and resident strategist at TheOnlineCo. He is clever and creative with a flair for making complex things sound simple. He has been in the marketing game for over 2 decades and has watched the landscape slowly shift. James has his finger on the pulse of every aspect within TheOnlineCo, meeting with all clients as well as every core team member and strategising a specific plan tailored to each client.

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