Based in Fort Collins, Colorado, CCSEO provides a full range of web visibility services including SEO (search engine optimization), pay per click , local search, analytics, usability, and SEO web design & development.

Make your website more effective…

Web VisibilityUnderstand your exposure on the web. Plan a
strategy for increasing it. Drive qualified traffic to
your website.

Get more qualified visitors, leads & sales…

Search Engine MarketingSearch Engine Marketing: SEO, PPC, Local SEO

  • Discover the search terms people are using to find your products and services.
  • Make your website more search engine friendly, and search engine optimized.
  • Increase your search engine ranking for your optimal target search terms.

Web Design & DevelopmentWeb Design & Development

  • Design & develop a more usable, search engine friendly website.
  • Create content to attract and retain your visitors.
  • Decrease download time, increase visitor satisfaction.

Web AnalyticsWeb Analytics

  • Track your web traffic, sources, visitor behavior, leads & sales.
  • Understand where visitors are coming from and what they do after they arrive.
  • Use the information to improve your SEO, usability and conversion rate.

Website UsabilityWebsite Usability

  • Make your website more effective, stickier, and simple to use.
  • Help your visitors to easily find what they’re looking for, and buy or contact you.
  • Convert more visits into sales/leads/sign-ups.

"One of things I like best about CCSEO is the constant hands-on monitoring and feedback of how well my site is performing and constant updates on how I can grow it further."

- Lao Shi Yungeberg, Meridian Gate Kung Fu Center

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Search Engine Ranking Tool

Check your ranking in Google, Yahoo & Bing

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Search Term Tools

Discover the best keywords for your website...

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Page last updated: May 24, 2012