Examples of Websites & SEO Campaigns
At Positive Rank, we take pride in every website we create, maintain, fix or run online campaigns for and are open to working with a variety of clients from all different industries. We’ve worked on simple service and brochure websites, right up to the more demanding e-Commerce websites that require product inventory adding to the online shop and payment gateways to be set up.
Take a look below at some of the websites which Positive Rank has created or worked on. We can work on all types of websites, from hard-coded websites in html to content management systems like WordPress. We can also work on e-commerce websites utilising cart platforms such as Opencart or Shopify.
For some of our clients, we’ve undertaken a bespoke SEO campaign to help the businesses to be found on search engines like Google and Bing.
MC Kali Group
After being hacked, a local martial arts club contacted Positive Rank to both fix and give their website a new lease of life. We hand-coded a static website for them in 2010 and have since redesigned the club’s website to be both user and mobile friendly.
With regular new pages and image galleries to be added, we decided to build the new website using the popular WordPress CMS. This allows for content to be added easily by both ourselves and the client.
As part of the new build, we began an SEO campaign in Wigan to rank for various martial arts related keywords in the local area in addition to gaining visibility nationally for the more specific styles of arts.
Positive Rank have been successful in achieving page 1 results with many top 5, top 3 and position 1 rankings for valuable, relevant search terms.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions that were enforced, the club had to restrict numbers attending the classes and required a “first come, first served” solution for students. Listening to the needs of the club, we produced an online booking solution that allows gym members and PAYG students to pre-book their place on classes with a calendar interface that restricts the number of participants for each class.