Here are the 10 Top SEO Companies in Australia* – as at June 2012
How do you judge which is the top SEO company in Australia? Review their very own SEO results of course…
Check out the table below…as you can see it seems pretty clear that if you want at least twice as many keyword phrases on Page 1 and 2 or 3 times as many top 3 listings as your competitors, then SEO Works is the top SEO company for you…
We started with the Google Adwords Keyword Research Tool and picked the top keyword phrases searched for over the preceding 90 days related to either “SEO” or “Search Engine Optimisation.
We then added in some key geographic locations around Australia (generally used by searchers to refine their searches across most market segments) for the terms “SEO” and “Search Engine Optimisation”…
|adelaide search engine optimisationadelaide seo
australia search engine optimisation
brisbane search engine optimisation
melbourne search engine optimisation
perth search engine optimisation
search engine optimisation
search engine optimisation adelaide
search engine optimisation australia
search engine optimisation brisbane
search engine optimisation company
search engine optimisation melbourne
search engine optimisation perth
search engine optimisation services
search engine optimisation specialists
search engine optimisation sydney
search engine optimization
|search engine seoseo
seo search engine optimization
sydney search engine optimisation
…also in reverse order giving a total of 50 keyword phrases targeted by top SEO companies.
The next stage involved selecting every website that turned up in the first three pages of Google for these keyword phrases (there were 96 SEO-related websites that had at least one mention in the SERP’s). Then using independent SEO software – Advanced Web Ranking (AWR) by Caphyon – we recorded how many pages each top SEO company had appearing in:
- first place
- the top three listings
- the top five listings
- on page one
- within the first two pages
- within the first three pages
AWR then calculates an SEO Visibility Score by first assigning a number of points to each of the first 30 positions, as follows:
- Position 1 = 30 points
- Position 2 = 29 points
- Position 30 = 1 point
- Positions below 30 have 0 points.
A Visibility Score is then determined by the sum of the points given to an URL by each search engine.
The Visibility Percentage is then determined by the sum of Visibility Scores from all the search engines divided by the maximum number of points that the search engines can provide.
* This data was last updated on 1 June 2012. Search engine results can and do vary over time.