Thinkr Marketing

SEO

The Thinkr team has the tools, the knowledge, and the experience to help you climb the ranks for important phrases and search terms for your business.

SEARCH INTENT - MORE THAN A KEYWORD

We define your current audiences 'search intent'. Simply put, search intent means 'what is the purpose of the query'. Understanding why users are finding your site is the first step into understanding your current SEO, ranking, and how users are interacting with your website. This is beyond simple 'keywords'.

We work closely with you to help align the 'search intent' of your ideal web traffic to your website, so that site content is optimized for search as it relates to specific queries that hold the correct 'search intent' for your target audience. Not all searches are equal!

Our SEO services align your website, with the correct target audience, through their search intent; allowing you to improve the quality of website visitors, and attract leads that your sales teams can close.

SEO TEAM

Our SEO Team at Thinkr is headed up by Andrew Novak, who has been ranking sites to drive high-quality leads for more than a decade. Having ranked clients above powerhouse brands such as JPMorgan Chase, Walmart, and Canadian Tire, his knowledge and commitment to staying current to fast changing digital industry allow the entire team to deliver SEO campaigns that drive real world results for clients.

WANT A FREE AUDIT?

Let's connect and we'll prepare a free site audit and review for you. Get some insights to your site and how to improve your overall digital presence.

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"BUT THIS IS A PAID AD!"

In our case, Captain Obvious, you're correct. This is a paid ad campaign for SEO services. Here's the thing, sometimes paid ads are an answer to a users intent depending on your own unique goals. We 'call a spade a spade', and if there is something that is more effective for a campaign, we will call it out, even if that means we don't undertake a campaign for a client. In our case, the leads are there for our paid campaign, why wouldn't we use it?!