Here´s an overview of some example success stories:
Enklere Liv is a fast-growing retailer in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark that sells products that “make life easier.” In 2011 they had 2000 fans on Facebook. Less than a year later they passed 100 000 fans. Read the entire case study
Lonely Planet named Hurtigruten the world´s most beautiful voyage. From 2009 to 2012, Hurtigruten increased online sales from less than 3 million USD to over 100 million USD. The growth was a result of several changes and the global web team played a significant role. Read parts of the case study
Atoll Paradise, three time World Travel Awards winner Implemented several SEO techniques during the summer of 2012 that saw an immediate impact and led to an increase in organic traffic by 330%. Organic visits went from 350 per day to more than 1,500 visits resulting in an additional 420,000 visits per year. The full case study can be found here.
nameOn, Scandinavia’s leading brand for personalized gifts recently increased organic traffic from 4,200 visits to 28,800 visits and organic revenue from $57,000 to $395,000. The reason for the increase was due to SEO improvements made to the Magento CMS system in order to improve search visibility. The Magento SEO guide that lists the improvements can be found here.
Peachy is one the leading payday loan brands in the UK. On June 12th, 2013 they were hit by the Google “payday loan” update and organic traffic decreased by 80%. Peachy needed help in getting back their organic traffic and within three weeks, the penalty was lifted, and Peachy now rank #2 for highly competitive keywords such as “payday loan”. You can read the full case study here.
SuperOffice is Europe’s leading CRM software provider. In 2012, they hired Kingspoint to perform an SEO audit. Two years later, through developing a content strategy and delivering high quality content in the form of blog posts, white papers add guides has helped grow organic traffic from 32,000 visits to 140,000+ visits per year and website leads from 4,500 per year to more than 17,000. You can read part of the case study here.