S60 Cert Key

Mobile Unlocking Service
S60 Website Screenshot

Project Detail

Silver Scope Media carried out the on-page and off-page search engine optimisation for S60 Cert Key, a phone unlocking service of Symbian mobile devices. A competitive field with huge potential.

The search engine optimisation was a big project due to the vast competition of such a competitive industry though the screenshot attached below from Google Analytics shows that as a result of the search engine optimisation service carried out by us, the website received over 300,000 hits per month and over 1M page views. That’s some impressive traffic statistics. With over 300,000 hits per month, S60 Cert Key quickly became number one in its field and gained huge attraction worldwide.

ClientS60 Cert Key

Google Analytics Stats

With over 1M pageviews per month, the opportunity for advertising and multiple income streams was huge.

A low bounce rate demonstrates that the traffic gained was of decent quality and gave the end user a good experience. The average time spent on the site goes hand in hand with the bounce rate. Demonstrating phrases targeted converted well.

S60 Cert Key OnPage SEO Traffic Stats

Breakdown

Users On Site

300,000+ Hits Per Month

Website Visitors

1,000,000+ Page Views Per Month

Laptop Users

400,000+ Members

Low Bounce Rate

12.74% Bounce Rate

Excellent Results

Silver Scope Media carried out the on-page and off-page search engine optimisation throughout the two years S60 Cert Key was live and active. Whilst the website no longer resides on the web due to Nokia pulling the plug on manufacturing Symbian phones, a Google search will bring up plenty of results from various websites where we managed to gain backlinks.

The results speak for themselves. With over 300,000 hits per month and over 1,000,000 pageviews per month, that’s astonishing results seen and shows just how powerful search optimisation can be for any business. S60 Cert Key gained over 400,000 members in a two-year period before Nokia decided to stop producing mobile phones running on the Symbian OS.