Win An Onsite Optimisation Package Worth £500 For Your Business

Do you have a website?

Are you looking to increase your enquiries or sales?

notebook-1102026-mWould you like to make sure that your website is fully optimised for better performance in the search engines?

Enter our competition now!

Here at FSE, we have been running a competition throughout May on our social media platforms offering businesses across the UK the chance to receive a FREE onsite optimization package. The prize includes:


  • A technical audit of your website’s structure and coding
  • A full review of the content and meta data on your web pages
  • Optimisation of up to 10 pages on your website
  • Practical tips to help you create SEO-friendly content in future


Why is onsite optimisation important for your business?

If you want to rank for the keywords that are relevant to your business, it’s vital that you create high quality, typo-free copy for your web pages and optimise it accordingly. If the search engines can’t understand what your web page is about, it will struggle to perform.

For the best results, you need to make sure that the website itself isn’t housing any coding that’s going to hinder your progress. You also need to structure your site so that crawler bots are able to find and index your pages quickly and easily.

When will the winner be announced?

All entrants will be put into a hat and the winner will be drawn at random on Monday 1st June. The lucky recipient of our free onsite optimisation package will be informed via social media.

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Time is running out!

We have been overwhelmed with the amount of entrants for our competition and we can’t wait to hear from even more businesses who are keen to get their hands on this fantastic prize.

Don’t miss out! The competition ends at 11.59pm on 31st May 2015, so time is running out to enter. Simply head over to our Twitter or Facebook page and retweet or share our post to be in with a chance of winning.


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