On average, our white label partners generate an additional £89,000 revenue each year offering our services as part of their product mix.
GSD have operated in the SEO industry for over 15-years.
With clients from local 1-man-bands to global £bn tech startups. There isn’t much we haven’t seen in that time, nothing we haven’t strategised or delivered and conquered in SEO.
Now, all we do is white label SEO, no fuss, no BS, no conflicts of interest.
Everything we do is built, structured and delivered to help your agency grow. Having been there ourselves and owning a bespoke SEO agency that turned over £m’s, we’re uniquely placed to know what works, how and at a price that works for everyone.
Most of our white label partners simply give us a call, drop us a slack or a text message with a brief outline of the clients wants, needs and targets. From there we propose a package that will fit.
These don’t always match, i.e the client might have expectations exceeding their budgets or be able to do better.
We’re always transparent and will have an honest conversation with you about deliverables and what will likely happen – it’s up to you how you relay this back to the end client.
Real time reporting for you and your end client. Track and analyse our SEO efforts, connect analytics, ads, email and much more to get a 360 degree view of your clients marketing. All free of charge.
“GSD made my life so much easier. It used to take me and my team all day to get one guest post – a problem we no longer have – Thanks a bunch.”
Marketing Manager from Bedforshire
“My clients couldn’t be happier with the workload, results and the performance of your services, much appreciated.”
Director, from London
“Danny and his team go above and beyond to help me get more clients in to my business and then they do all the work!. Buzzing”
Agency Owner, London
Onsite SEO refers to the process of optimising all of the content that appears on web pages so that search engines can easily pick them up. This includes everything from the type of content published, the frequency of publishing content and how the content is presented on the page.
Onsite SEO is the opposite of off-page SEO, which focuses on external optimisation processes, such as link building. Optimising your clients blog, product copy or general web page copy can dramatically boost their website’s ranking.
We offer our clients white label onsite SEO, so that we can carry out the necessary onsite SEO work, while you take the credit. Our results are filtered through our client’s businesses, so we act as an extension to your organisation that you can call on as and when required.
Perhaps you offer onsite SEO services but cannot keep up to the demand of your clients, or maybe you don’t offer this service at all and you don’t want to go through the headache of recruiting new staff.
On-site SEO involves multiple steps, all of which are designed to move your client’s website higher up the results page on search engines.
Here are just some of the white label onsite SEO tactics we implement each day:
High-quality content – Content makes up the vast majority of what is visible on a web page, and this is where the on-site SEO process begins. Properly optimised content should clearly explain what your website is about, with keywords strategically placed throughout.
Page titles – These are an important SEO element because they tell both search engines and visitors what’s on a particular page. There are various ways to optimise titles, such as remaining within a certain character length and avoiding keyword-stuffing.
Meta descriptions – Similar to page titles, meta descriptions offer insight into what a particular page contains. Though it doesn’t directly affect ranking, it hugely impacts the frequency of clicks your link receives.
Image Alt-text – For search engines to know what an image depicts and show relevant images to users, there has to be an optimised description attached to it. This also involves writing precisely, within limited characters and using keywords.
We can act as your SEO manager or your sister agency, we can talk directly to clients or stay behind the scenes. We can help on proposals, pitches, reporting calls or you can simply leave us to what we’re best at and you deal with all client communication.
URLs – These also need to be simple and concise for search engines and users to comprehend them quickly and easily.
Internal linking – Internal links serve a few functions, but primarily, then direct and redirect users around your website, keeping them on the site longer. This tells search engines that your website is valuable and useful to people, because they are spending a lot of time there.
Responsiveness – Leading search engines favour websites that are optimised for mobile use, so improving responsiveness is an essential part of on-site SEO. Mobile users will also leave your website in a hurry if it isn’t responsive.
Speed – Search engines view slow websites negatively because they make for a poor user experience. As a result, this is an important aspect of on-page SEO because on-page contents are largely responsible for a website’s loading speed.
You can keep track of our progress on your clients work throughout using our SEO dashboard, see audits in real time and allow you to keep your clients updated and take all of the credit for yourself. You can even give them access to save you the time.
Speak to us today if you are interested in getting started.