Quadient UK Organic SEO case study | MintTwist
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Quadient

Quadient is an international company specialised in mailing equipment, business process automation and customer experience management. 

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The project challenges

Quadient UK approached our SEO agency London team with a goal to optimise their on-site content to improve organic rankings for their target audience search terms. The client wanted us to cover various business units such as mailing, business process automation, parcel locker solutions and more.

quadient uk seo case study

 

Our solution

Besides the extensive keyword research, our SEO team carried out content and backlink audits as well to fully diagnose the issues and develop a roadmap for improvement. The bespoke SEO strategy consisted of several phases, including:

  • Optimisation of priority pages: metadata, schema, internal linking, on-page content and more
  • Finding internal linking opportunities to enhance site hierarchy and connect the pages
  • Create articles and generate backlinks from other relevant websites to boost the ranking of the priority pages
quadient digital marketing client

The results

The quick implementation of our recommendations resulted in improvement in ranking, organic traffic and visibility. We managed to hit all keyword ranking KPIs. The development of our first set of primary targeted keywords can be seen below.

quadient keyword rankings

After this success, the client was keen to expand the number of targeted keywords. The ranking data for the additional keywords can be seen below. 

quadient uk keyword ranking data

Moreover, the number of organic clicks to the priority pages on average was up by 143%, while the number of impressions increased by 530% after 6 months of work. 

mint twist keyword graph 6 months
minttwist seo improvements 6 months
The team at MintTwist have been a joy to work with.  They produced a solid approach to help address our immediate SEO priorities and were there to guide us through both our understanding of some of the more complicated SEO principles, as well as implementing the recommended changes.  They were and continue to be on hand whenever needed to dive deeper into certain elements of the strategy and are flexible in accommodating our specific ways of working.
Nicola VandermeerHead of Regional Content Marketing

 

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