SEO Consulting London
I offer organic SEO consulting from London globally. As an SEO consultant I increase your website’s chance of being found via organic search by people with a pre-vetted interest in your product or service offering. If you are an ambitious hedge fund looking to exponentially grow your assets under management along with associated management fees and performance fees I can get you seen by the right people – people looking for what you have to offer – via organic search.
The potential for SEO to transform your organic footprint & revenue stream online is immense & I specialize in SEO hyper-performance globally. Google & search is an ever evolving field & I bring a decade of experience in the industry to the table – I offer freelance SEO services that are beyond the scope of anything you will find with any other SEO agency or company. I have applied my intellect to the intricacies and nuances of the Google organic search algorithm & know how to best leverage your website’s content for optimal placement on Google.
Average daily forex turnover in London stood at $2.73 trillion in April – Reuters
As an external SEO consultant I am deployed for my expertise in search engine marketing & the mechanics of how Google search works. I offer clients access to deeper levels of knowledge than are possible in-house. I am able to isolate the strengths and deficiencies of your current organic search presence & suggest & implement solutions that will improve your chances of ranking better for terms that will impact your revenue stream. As a freelance SEO consultant I am hire-able for as little or as long (within capacity limitations) as required.
Google enjoy a market-share of over 90% in many first world countries & you will not find a more knowledgeable consultant anywhere in the world. Google processes over 3.5 billion searches per day – that is almost 1 for every 2 people on the planet. A growing number of these searches are from mobile phones – making SEO for mobile phones an important area of focus for many businesses in the months & years ahead.
I have the capacity to take on a limited amount of SEO clients & as such encourage you to contact me at your earliest convenience to discuss your organic search engine marketing requirements. I will only ever take on one vendor per sector at any given time.
I am able to meet in person to discuss your SEO consulting requirements at any of the following major London tube stations:
Victoria; Waterloo; Oxford Circus; King’s Cross St. Pancras; London Bridge; Liverpool Street; Bank/Monument; Paddington; Canary Wharf; Piccadilly Circus; Bond Street; Leicester Square; Tottenham Court Road; Holborn; Green Park; South Kensington; Euston; Hammersmith; Stratford; Baker Street; Charing Cross; Tower Hill; Moorgate; Brixton; Embankment; Earl’s Court; Knightsbridge; Camden Town; Old Street; Westminster; Shepherd’s Bush; Farringdon; Covent Garden; North Greenwich; Angel; Notting Hill Gate; Marble Arch; Chancery Lane; Sloane Square; Highbury & Islington; St. Paul’s; Russell Square; Warren Street; Gloucester Road; St. James’s Park; Tooting Broadway; High Street Kensington; Marylebone; Balham; Wimbledon; Canada Water; Euston Square.
2.59% of all global searches are made on Google.co.uk as of September 2018:
The London Marketplace & Status as a Hub for Digital Commerce
The London economy is relatively heavy on professional and business services compared to the rest of the United Kingdom.
London’s economy is roughly the size as that of Sweden, it generates 22 per cent of the UK’s GDP. More than half of the FTSE 100 and over 100 of Europe’s 500 largest companies are headquartered in central London. London’s largest industry is finance, it is the largest financial exporter in the world. The City of London is home to exchanges, banks, brokers, investment managers, pension funds, hedge funds, private equity firms, insurance companies and reinsurance markets.
A secondary financial district at Canary Wharf includes the global headquarters of HSBC and Barclays, the rest-of-the-world headquarters of Citigroup and the headquarters of Reuters. London handled 36.7% of global currency transactions in 2009 – or US$1.85 trillion per day. More US dollars were traded in London than in New York. More Euros were traded in London than in every other city in Europe combined.
Clearly the long term impact of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union upon the City of London’s financial services heavy economy remains pending but that aside financial services globally face the increasing challenge of FinTech as the new industry using technology to improve activities in finance threatens to further erode the capital’s once mamouth status within global finance.