Our Website Rated by WooRank!

29 September, 2020 1 min read

Our Website Ranked by WooRank!

A few weeks ago, we entered our new website hosted on Shopify to be reviewed by a prominent SEO (Search Engine Optimization) company, WooRank. Since relaunching our website in April 2020 onto an entirely new platform, we have lost many of our first page results on Google. We knew this was going to happen, but the climb back to first page results on the world's most recognizable search engine has not been an easy one!

We want to thank Adam and Courtney for spending the time reviewing our website and offering beneficial tips to improve our online presence. The video linked below is a bit technical and runs about an hour-long - so it may not be something you are used to seeing from us. We would also like to mention that we have paid for WooRank's services in the past, but this review was wholly complementary and not sponsored in any way.

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