A well-optimised website and solid content strategy created huge visibility in an incredibly competitive niche.

Our Happy Customer

Client Background

First2HelpYou provide lone workers with personal safety devices. These handheld devices enable employees to call for help in emergencies. Working with a wide variety of industries, from utility companies to housing providers, First2HelpYou are a vital link between lone workers and the emergency services.


The Problem

Founded in 2017, tech start -up First2HelpYou came to GrowTraffic prior to the launch of their new website. They asked us to optimise the site, write content, and plan a strategy which would help them stand out amongst their competitors. 


Our Approach

Faced with the challenge of making the market aware of the new brand and website, we came up with an organic search strategy which included the use of well optimised content, technical on-page SEO, and link building.

‘GrowTraffic understood right from the start what we were facing as a new company in a competitive industry. They’ve helped us achieve brand recognition and drive traffic to our website. We’re happy to say our phone rings regularly and we’re busy with sales enquiries!’ 

Alicia Mather, Sales and Operations Director, First2HelpYou 

Our Strategy Included

  1. Link Building
  2. On page SEO
  3. Web content
  4. Social Media
  5. Blogging
  6. Citations

The Results

Results shown below are increases made between 2018 and 2019. First2HelpYou’s SERPs positioning is healthy, especially for such a competitive industry, and the site receives 25% of its traffic via regular blog posts.

236%

increase in organic traffic

60.49%

of total traffic is organic

70.89%

increase in page views

450

keywords ranking

30%

of keywords in top 10

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