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SEO Case Studies & Ranking Portfolio

The following is a partial list of number one rankings we have earned for our clients. Please keep in mind that this list is only partial. A complete list of number 1 rankings and first page rankings would be unnecessarily long. For our portfolio of web designs, please see our web design portfolio.

Case Study 1: Orthodontics in Major US Market (Houston) 38 Terms on Google’s Front Page [with Maps!]

This image shows a recent report we’ve generated for our Orthodontic client in Houston–and we only take one client in any market. Our client enjoys 12 terms at the top of Google Maps, 17 terms in the top 3 positions, and 29 terms in the top 10. The green numbers you see in the report are rises in rankings reported in the monthly period covered by this report.


Some important factors to consider from the above table:

  • These results are for premium, high-volume search queries with the high-value, high-competition, principal terms “orthodontist” and “Houston” in the query. It is far less impressive for a case study to show low-competition, low-volume terms.
  • The red marker on the ranking table above indicates a position in the highly desirable Google Maps Block, which generates tremendous user activity. We have a dedicated local team that specializes in Maps placement.

Case Study 2: National eCommerce Gives Lowes and Home Depot a Licking

We’ve also demonstrated repeated success in highly competitive national retail markets. The report below show recent rankings for a replacement windows retailer. If you try a few of these queries, you will find the big box retailers below our client’s position in Google searches.


Some important factors to consider from the above table:

  • These results are for premium, high-volume search terms, and the competition is fierce.
  • This is a long term client that has enjoyed sustained position for years. On the above table the absense of a green arrow (indicating a recent rise in rankings) or a blue arrow (indicating a recent drop in rankings) means that the position (mostly 1s, 2s, and 3s in this case) did not change from the prior report.