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Our Approach

To begin, we needed to know more about Craveable’s organic traffic. Our team of SEO specialistsconducted a comprehensive review, and found the problem stemmed from limited and un-optimised content.

To address these issues, we developed a custom SEO Content Strategy focusing on SEO content creation across non-branded keyword phrases in the franchising space, technical site health fixes, and toxic backlink disavowal.

We complemented this with an Organic Content Review, which analysed Craveable’s competitive landscape, landing page trends, user behaviour flow, and conversions. Our findings here told us we also needed to optimise existing pages, add significant content to key pages, adjust site architecture to improve user experience and internal site flow, and develop a consistent calendar of new content to boost organic performance.

The Challenge

Craveable is a quick service restaurant company, with 3 leading brands (Red Rooster, Oporto, and Chicken Treat) and 560+ stores across Australia.

Experiencing a period of rapid growth, Craveable needed to attract new franchisees.

However, they didn’t want to simply generate enquiries. Their aim was to start meaningful conversations, build engagement, and become a thought leader in the franchising space.

The obstacle they needed to overcome? Low organic visibility across non-branded keyword phrases related to franchising for all 3 brands, with keyword ranking only for each brand’s name and the long tail search phrase “brand name + for sale/franchise”.

The Challenge

Craveable is a quick service restaurant company, with 3 leading brands (Red Rooster, Oporto, and Chicken Treat) and 560+ stores across Australia.

Experiencing a period of rapid growth, Craveable needed to attract new franchisees.

However, they didn’t want to simply generate enquiries. Their aim was to start meaningful conversations, build engagement, and become a thought leader in the franchising space.

The obstacle they needed to overcome? Low organic visibility across non-branded keyword phrases related to franchising for all 3 brands, with keyword ranking only for each brand’s name and the long tail search phrase “brand name + for sale/franchise”.

Our Approach

To begin, we needed to know more about Craveable’s organic traffic. Our team of SEO specialistsconducted a comprehensive review, and found the problem stemmed from limited and un-optimised content.

To address these issues, we developed a custom SEO Content Strategy focusing on SEO content creation across non-branded keyword phrases in the franchising space, technical site health fixes, and toxic backlink disavowal.

We complemented this with an Organic Content Review, which analysed Craveable’s competitive landscape, landing page trends, user behaviour flow, and conversions. Our findings here told us we also needed to optimise existing pages, add significant content to key pages, adjust site architecture to improve user experience and internal site flow, and develop a consistent calendar of new content to boost organic performance.

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22.5%

increase in search engine visibility across their franchising sites

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47%

increase in organic traffic

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featured snippets

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Top 3

Google positions for 18 new, non-branded keyword phrases

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Top 10

Google positions for 27 new, non-branded keyword phrases

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22.5%

increase in search engine visibility across their franchising sites

=

47%

increase in organic traffic

=

9

featured snippets

=

Top 3

Google positions for 18 new, non-branded keyword phrases

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Top 10

Google positions for 27 new, non-branded keyword phrases

Chicken Treat SEO growth

SEO Keyword Research

Oporto SEO growth

Red Rooster SEO growth

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