Iterations Vol.4 | November 2022

Kimberley Maunder

Dec 06 . 2 min

A New Page to Showcase Working at Iterate

Wow it’s been a while, and what a year it’s been! We all thought 2020 and 2021 were busy, and yet 2022 just continues to surprise us. We’ve started working with some new amazing clients and with that came a need to make the benefits of ‘working at iterate’ a bit more obvious.

So with that being said, we’re introducing our new Join our Family page! Designed by our intern Nicole, who was with us a couple days a week over 3 months, and developed one of our developers, Misbah, with copy and editing by myself and Erin.

new careers page desktop
new careers page mobile

Fun Icons

If you look closely we don’t just have a new page, but some cute new icons that Nicole put together for us, including our favourite made in the image of our Chief Happiness Officer: Maple, to represent office dogs.

So, if you ever thought a career in giving facelifts to websites might be up your ally, you can check out our careers page to see if we’ve got any positions open, or just submit your resume. We often know we’re going to be hiring for a role for about 2 months before we actually advertise it, so it never hurts to make yourself known, we love initiative!


SEO Wins

And now for the juicy SEO side of things. Keywords surrounding CRO have been our biggest movers lately. Erin got us a featured snippet for both conversion rate optimisation services and conversion optimisation services (very desirable as an SEO!).

cro seo results 1

Plus a pretty big 30+ keyword position improvement for conversion rate optimisation Brisbane.

cro seo results 2

I’m very happy to say that most of our top ranking keywords usually feature some kind of rich or featured snippet between FAQs, images, and videos. All thanks to Erin, she’s a beast when it comes to content (one more example below).

cro seo results 3

With all of that being said, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do without our clients. So if you’d like results like this, feel free to reach out and our team will (kindly) tear your website apart and put it back together again – but better.

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