Shutters design - Doubling monthly traffic

Both visitor numbers and indexed phrases rise over a 4 month period.

Visitor Numbers

Work started in July. In June Semrush show visitor numbers to be 313. By November this had risen to 607.


In June the same SEO tool shows a total of 484 organic keywords for the website. As of November we are at 723.


Shutters Design are a London based company offering the supply and fit of premium custom made shutters. The owner came to me in July looking to create inbound links to the website with the goal of improving search presence.

The Order

On the 21st July we put in place my basic level Full Service gig plus some additional directories and contextual links which included:

  • 14 .uk contextual backlinks
  • 205 directory links
  • 1 redirect from a high value media website.

We followed this up on the 26th July with posts over my Google News approved websites, 20 more contextual links and another redirect.

At the same time we also started a monthly subscription to my premium monthly top up gig to add:

  • 10 contextual links
  • 3 posts over the Google News approved websites
  • 2 redirects

The Results

The website has seen great gains in the 3 and a half months since the initial order. Visitor numbers have pretty much doubled – 313 to 607 per month, whilst the organic keywords have increased by 50% from 484 to 723.

Today I completed the 4th monthly top up and I expect that these figures will keep on rising over the coming months.

The graphs below are excellent – steady growth. No unnatural spikes, just consistent improvements month on month.

The first one is from Semrush, the second via Ahrefs shows the step ups in authority with the SEO tool.

Be my next success story

The results for this client have come through a combination of the contextual links put in place at the start of June and the ongoing monthly campaign. The monthly top up is providing great improvements to those committing to a monthly subscription.

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