SEO for Australia

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Professional SEO services for Australia by experienced APAC agency.

Why choosing a Chinese agency for Australian SEO?

That is a good question and we might not even have the right answer for it. Usually one should hire a professional local Australian SEO agency for optimizing websites for search in Australia. So why did we decide to offer SEO services for Australia? We are a highly experienced Digital Marketing Agency for the whole APAC region with many satisfied clients from all over Asia. We have successfully optimized websites 100% following the Google guidelines for webmasters (Yes - we are NOT buying backlinks, we are NOT offering guest blogs from high DR websites, we are not spamming blogs or forum websites). The key to our success is perfect technical OnPage and OnSite optimization, analyzing which content potential clients really need (and want to see) and produce this content with our client's expertise input. Yeas - backlinks are an essential part of successful SEO - but purchasing them is against Google guidelines - so good content marketing needs to fill this step. We are happy to help!

KUN TANG
Founder and CEO
Kun is an internet marketing veteran, with 10 years experiences across search, social and mobile marketing in both China and…
Head of Search (SEA & SEO)
Mr. Qing is the Head of Search at Jademond Digital. He oversees all SEO and PPC strategies for our clients.
Marcus Pentzek
Director SEO
He eats cookies for breakfast and drinks coffee and link juice all day. His blood is data, his bones are…
Jie Stars Wei
SEO Specialist
He loves Chinese and Korean pop music and is particularly fond of singers Joker Xue and IU (Lee Ji Eun).…

The Australian Search Landscape

In Australia, the most popular search engine is Google, which is used by over 90% of search users in the country. Other popular search engines in Australia include Bing and Yahoo, which are both operated by Microsoft.

In addition to these global search engines, there are also a number of local search engines that are popular in Australia. Some examples of these include Seek, a job search engine, and Realestate.com.au, a property search engine.

Overall, the search engine landscape in Australia is similar to that of many other countries, with Google being the dominant player and a number of smaller, specialized search engines also available. It's important for businesses and website owners in Australia to optimize their websites for Google in order to attract the most traffic from search users.

  • Population size: 25.74 Million (2021 - Source: data.worldbank.org)
  • Internet penetration: 89.6% (2020 - Source: data.worldbank.org)
  • Most popular web search engines: Google, Bing, Yahoo
  • Currency: Australian Dollar
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP): 1.543 Trillion USD (2021 - Source: data.worldbank.org)
  • Languages: English
  • Time zones GMT +11
  • Major cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide
  • Most popular Internet TLDs: .au / .com.au / .com

A selection of our Australia SEO Services:

  • Australian Competitor Analysis
  • Technical SEO Audits
  • Strategical International SEO Audits
  • Offpage / Backlink SEO Audits
  • Australian English Keyword Research
  • Content Creation for the Australian market
  • Content Marketing
  • Internal Link Optimization

Some of our SEO Services clients:

  •  SEO for WD40
  • APAC SEO for saint gobain
  • SEO for Crucial
  •  SEO for cloudflare

On average we could achieve the following results for our SEO clients:

  • 32%
    Increase in online transactions
  • 56%
    Revenue increase
  • 148%
    Increase in organic traffic
  • 46%
    Increase in mobile traffic

What do people want to know about SEO for Australia?

  • What is the most popular search engine in Australia?
    The most popular search engine in Australia is Google, which is used by over 90% of search users in the country. Google is the dominant search engine in most parts of the world, and this is also the case in Australia. Other popular search engines in Australia include Bing and Yahoo, which are both operated by Microsoft.
  • Are there any specific challenges or considerations for SEO in Australia?
    There are a number of challenges and considerations that can be specific to SEO in Australia. Some of these might include:

    The dominance of Google: As the most popular search engine in Australia, optimizing for Google is essential for businesses and website owners in the country. This means that it's important to understand the unique aspects of Google's algorithm and how it ranks websites.

    Localization: Australia is a large and diverse country, with many different cultures and languages. This means that it can be important to localize a website's content and design in order to make it more relevant and appealing to different segments of the Australian market.

    Censorship: Australia has strict censorship laws that can affect the content that is available on the internet. This can make it challenging for businesses and website owners to ensure that their content is compliant with these laws and does not violate any regulations.

    Overall, SEO in Australia can be a complex and challenging endeavor, and it's important for businesses and website owners to be aware of the specific challenges and considerations that can be involved. Working with a professional who has experience with SEO in Australia can help ensure that your website is optimized effectively for the Australian market.
  • "A successful Australian SEO strategy is based on high quality content and the front/backend optimization of your online store/Website. Digital Authority is built by organically indexing the right keywords to your Brand and have your products as a reference in East Asian platforms."

    Qing He, Head of Search, Jadegital

  • Qing He, Head of China SEO and SEA

A Promise from Kun Tang, Founder and CEO of Jademond / Jadegital

Kun Tang, Founder and CEO

Yes, we are not an Australian SEO company - but we do know exactly what we are doing. Our SEO staff has a vast expertise on SEO across all APAC countries - including Australia. Let's have a chat and discuss how we can help you!

 

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