SEO Fakenham

Rank #1 Google

We generate fresh new Google traffic to your website


When you search on Google, how many times do you click on the second page of results? Very rarely! This is why for your business; your website must rank on the first page of all leading search engines. At Known in Norfolk, we achieve first-page results for businesses across all industries.

Trusted SEO Matters

Get more more customers online with trusted SEO


Built a beautiful website with all the bells and whistles? It’s time to invite the whole world wide web to the party. Without search engine optimisation, how do you tell your digital audience you exist? You need to shout about it with trusted SEO. Ask us about optimisation, guest blogging, web 2.0s and everything in between.

- Page One Google Rankings


- Grade A Website Page Speeds


- Increased Organic Web Traffic


Rank High On Mobile Devices! Outsmart your Competition.

Did you know that over 40% of transactions happen on mobile? If you want mobile users to engage with your website and become loyal customers, you must invest in mobile search engine optimization (SEO). Mobile SEO is the process of optimizing your site to rank better in search results and keep mobile leads on your page.

The Key To SEO Success

At Known in Norfolk we have the secret SEO formula

How it works.


Know Your Audience


Audit Your Site


Use the Right Keywords


Create Quality Content


Acquire Relevant Backlinks


Update Your Strategy Frequently

Link Building

Industry Relevant Backlinks

Meta Data/Tags

Fast Loading Code


Google Schema Markup


FAQ's In Fakenham

Frequently Asked Question's

No SEO strategy is the same and we look at each project individually to develop an SEO plan that complements
your business goals. Therefore, there is no set price. We can work to suit a range of budgets, so give us a call to chat about our flexible payment options today.

Technical SEO changes can be made straight away and will positively impact your ranking on search engines
immediately. Additionally, we can advise on a long-term SEO strategy that will positively reflect on your
business in the long term.

Our SEO specialists can complete an SEO audit on your website to provide you with insights about your website’s performance. We can let you know areas for improvement and how your site could be more SEO-friendly.

In short, yes! We know that SEO is essential to growing your business and boosting your revenue. We want to
work with clients that share the same vision as us. So, if you want to improve your online visibility with tailored digital marketing campaigns, we want to work with you.

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Facts About Fakenham

General Info

Fakenham is a market town and civil parish in Norfolk, England. It is situated on the River Wensum, about 25 miles (40 kilometres) north-west of Norwich. The town is at the junction of several local roads, including the A148 from King’s Lynn to Cromer, the A1067 to Norwich and the A1065 to Swaffham. The civil parish has an area of 3.49 sq mi (9.0 km2). In the 2001 census, it had a population of 7,357 in 3,292 households; this increased to 7,617 at the 2011 census. For the purposes of local government, the parish lies within the district of North Norfolk.

Fakenham History

The name Fakenham is Saxon and has been interpreted as meaning “homestead of Facca”, or “Fair Place”/”Place on a Fair River”. Numerous arrowheads and flint tools found in the parish indicate occupation during Neolithic times. Two copper alloy socketed axeheads have been unearthed in Fakenham dated to the Bronze Age. In 2015, a lead plaque was found near Fakenham dating to the Early Medieval period, and has been interpreted as having been used to overcome[clarification needed] an illness-causing dwarf based on its runic inscription. Before 1066 the manor of Fakenham was held by King Harold, before being taken by King William the Conqueror. The manor was relatively large, containing surrounding villages such as Pudding Norton and Thorpland. A number of Early to Late Saxon brooches, buckles, and pottery have been unearthed in the area. A Middle Saxon coin found in the parish is of the East Anglian king Beonna. A watermill was mentioned in Fakenham in the Domesday Book of 1086, but it was later demolished.

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