SEO for tourism

Project details

  • Date

     June 18, 2013

  • Client

     Aalam Int'l Tours & Travels

  • Task

     Gboost I

  • Category

     Case Studies

  • Website

     Visit online

Aalam International Tours and Travels are an Inbound and Outbound Tour Planning Organization with their roots in Sri Lanka. They specialize in custom made holiday packages, regular/escorted tours, day and night tours, Hotel Reservation and Airport Transfers.

Alexa Details

Even though their website had enough traffic, there seemed to be significantly less conversions, chiefly because the website was not boosted properly. They approached Extreme SEO for optimizing their internet domain to achieve better conversions. Thorough examination of their website revealed that neither was the website designed in a SEO friendly manner, nor were they focusing on any sort of keyword optimization.

Strategy:

After an in-detail keyword research and discovery, our R&D team along with our SEO team synchronized the broken chords of aalamtravels.com and created a website that was informative as well as search engine friendly

SEO Link Campaign

  • We conducted in-depth analysis of their target customer base and consumer segmentation.
  • Extensive keyword research from previous sales and sales of competitors’ websites.
  • Implemented unique keywords in individual pages and optimized them.

Client Feedback :

online travel agent seo

 “As a travel and tourism company in Sri Lanka, we were looking for a company that could boost our Returns for Questions and achieve a progressive conversion rate. Due to our advertisement policies our website received 100-150 unique visitors daily but the numbers never reflected in the conversions. Extreme SEO gave us exactly what we needed. Results were starting to show from the first week itself.”

 Project Started :  04 July 2013      |    Project Completed :  Oct 26, 2013 |  Contract Type : Public

87% Increase in Organic Web Traffic via Content Marketing and Enterprise Search Optimization Strategies was last modified: July 16th, 2017 by Sharanyan Sharma