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About This Professional SEO Company Website Project

We got a call from Texas Repos when they were searching for a local professional SEO company to re design & re-structure their website. They were looking for an SEO web design company that meet two criteria: 1. They were looking for a local company & 2. One that did what they said they would do, and at a reasonable price. That’s us, so enough said we went to work on this project…

Texas Repos Buys & Sells Mobile Homes

Texas Repos is a company that sells used mobile homes. This Humble TX based company not only sells mobile homes to customers in Houston. They also buy, sell & list mobile homes all across Texas. Because of this they needed a website that was user friendly. Not just for the users, but also to keep up with the multiple listing being added and updated when sold.

We started with a consultation where we spoke with the company to understand their industry, target audience, their business goals etc. Once we had an in-depth picture, we delved into creating a website that would increase their online visibility.

First, we assessed their website to fix any issues that might come in the way of our efforts. We did this by making the website load faster, improving the site architecture, and converting their website into a mobile responsive one. The internal linking of the website was improved so search engines could properly access as many relevant pages as possible.

The Outcome

We performed on-page SEO optimization of content to improve rank. We researched relevant long-tailed keywords and geo-targeted data. We used this to create informative and compelling content for their website. Well-written and engaging content meant low bounce rate and a higher conversion rate.

The result of all this is the professional SEO company website you see on this page. What do you think???