Technical SEO Agency in London
You can’t build a castle on shaky foundations. Our technical SEO services lay the groundwork for a successful website, making a noticeable impact that boosts organic visibility.
Why do you need a technical SEO Agency?
What our clients are saying
“The work undertaken by Distinctly has been first class ever since we started. I would recommend Distinctly to all ecommerce companies.”
Ben Ford, eCommerce Manager at Wilkinson Sword
“We have been incredibly happy with how the new site has performed and the work undertaken by Distinctly.”
Deborah Vine, COO at Karidis
“Everything Distinctly carried out was completed within the outlined timeframe, and they executed the GA4 work brilliantly”
Persephone Fitzpatrick, Marketing Manager at Great Northern Hotel
Technical SEO case studies
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Our technical SEO process
We start our technical process by picking out the factors limiting your website’s visibility.
Monitoring the impact
Our technical SEO consultancy tailored to your CMS
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Frequently asked questions about technical SEO
What does a technical SEO agency do?
Website’s can be difficult to manage given their size and the number of moving parts especially in industries like eCommerce and recruitment.
Making technical SEO improvements helps ensure your website is search engine-friendly, allowing them to access and index important pages whilst ignoring low value pages.
As well as this, a technical SEO agency will guide you through significant website changes such as a CMS change, rebrand or redesign.
When do I need a technical SEO agency?
You should always work with a technical SEO agency as early as possible when planning fundamental changes such as a CMS migration, a rebrand or redesign. This will allow more time for consultancy and gives you the flexibility to make changes before they are live.
Alternatively, if you have already gone through this change and it’s impacted traffic and conversions, there may be some underlying crawlability and indexability issues.
Migrations can be a tumultuous time and, if handled incorrectly, can negatively impact your website’s performance. If you think something is awry, it’s always best to consult a technical SEO agency to get to the root cause.
If you have an eCommerce or recruitment website, expert-led technical SEO will help you gain extra traffic and conversions through Product schema and JobPosting schema. See our Engage Education case study to discover how.
Why is my website not being indexed?
Underlying technical issues can result in websites not being indexed.
One reason may be that a noindex code has been added to your website’s HTML, alerting Google to stop this page entering its index. Another technical issue may be that Google’s access is being blocked via the robots.txt file.
This is a common issue, but one that should be addressed immediately.
What is schema markup?
Structured data markup, or schema markup, can be used to tell search engines what your data means, producing more informative results for the user and (often) increases in website visibility and traffic.
We can see examples of this with enhanced product descriptions in the search results, including information on delivery, in-stock availability and more.
Do 404 errors affect SEO performance?
A large number of 404 errors will start to affect a search engine’s crawl demand, but most of the time they’re due to websites continuously changing.
To prevent Google from revisiting these errors, set up an informative 404 page to navigate users to a working destination and permanently remove pages using a 410 status code.
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