Queenswood

Queenswood described themselves as Hertfordshire’s best kept secret – after spending a substantial amount on a new website, they still weren’t ranking. Unfortunately, while they had a beautifully designed website, it just wasn’t set up for good SEO and the content was not properly optimised.

Rather than spending yet more money on a new website, so soon after the previous one had launched, we worked with their existing systems to improve their on-site SEO as well as improving their online reputation and link profile off-site.

Sixth Form SEO

We worked on their current systems to improve their website structure, content, metadata, and link profile. They saw dramatic improvements in a short period of time, and quickly saw their site ranking on the first page of Google for some of their most competitive key terms.

Ranking on page 1 of Google has a significant impact on traffic and enquiries, ranking in positions 1-3 has an even greater impact as the majority of traffic goes to sites in these positions.

Our Results

Girls School Hertfordshire #9 to #2
Girls Sixth Form Hertfordshire #31 to #3
Boarding School Hertfordshire #11 to #5
Girls Sixth Form Hatfield #13 to #7
Independent School Hertfordshire #54 to #21
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