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Storm helps businesses plan, execute and optimize effective on-site SEO strategies.

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SEO can feel like a foreign language.

That's because it is a different language, sort of. Search engines like Google may eventually be able to see all the things that humans see. Until then, there's an extra translation step that's required for some things that Google (and other search engines) can't read. Taking the time to complete that translation for as much of your website's content as possible is a good idea. It makes it easier for Google to see what your content is about.

Let's talking about speaking Google's language.

Storm can help you focus on the SEO that matters.

Let's talk about planning, executing and optimizing your SEO strategy that makes sense.

We've optimized thousands of web pages for search engines.

We've traveled down the SEO rabbit hole and have found the methods and tools that provide the biggest benefit. Our experience as marketing strategists helps put our approach to SEO in perspective of the big marketing picture.

We don't subscribe to black-hat techniques. We believing in helping search engines easily identify our clients' content so that the content can help more people find what they're looking for.

We use SEO in the context of the bigger marketing strategy, not as a sole solution, to enhance websites and web content.

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On-site SEO

Through the use of selective keywords placed appropriately throughout your website, linking, social integration, fast loading times, perfect formatting and more, we fine-tune your website just the way search engines, such as Google, love.

Rank higher organically

On-site search engine optimization is also known widely as on-page search engine optimization. The main focus of this kind of search engine optimization is to drive good quality traffic to your website and to rank higher organically in online search results.


Crawling for content

Search engines crawl (read as they navigate), or index your website for information, and to rank your website. If a search engine such as Google cannot crawl the pages of your website your website will rank lower. Also, when a search engine understands what is on your website it is able to show more relevant content in a search result.

Feed the crawlers

Text, meta descriptions, alt tags, titles, headings, captions, and descriptions are all things that search engines can read or index.  They can not read media that doesn't have some kind of text description (titles, descriptions, tags, transcriptions within the file info for the media).  If your media doesn't have descriptive information attached, most website editors will give you the ability to add this to it.

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