As one of the most popular ecommerce platforms in the world, BigCommerce has a huge user base of specialized clients that require specialized attention when it comes to search engine optimization. If you use BigCommerce as well, you’ve made a smart choice — but a typical SEO agency just won’t cut it for you. Instead, you need BigCommerce professionals who understand your platform, niche, and business. That’s why we created this list of the 35 best BigCommerce SEO agencies in the world. Check out our rankings below to start your search for the ideal BigCommerce SEO partner that works for your needs!
BigCommerce has made a huge splash in the ecommerce world over the past few years.
It streamlines the difficult task of setting up and running an ecommerce company. You can easily add, remove, and manage your whole company from one simple interface that’s easy to learn and quick to master.
With all of that from one ecommerce platform, it’s no wonder businesses are switching to BigCommerce every day.
But there’s a catch.
BigCommerce is a content management system, meaning it doesn’t work the same way as a hard-coded website.
That means BigCommerce requires special attention and strategies to compete in search engines.
That can be hard to determine because at the time of publication, very few outlets are willing to talk about how to improve your BigCommerce SEO. And if they do, how can you trust that they’re right?
With this list, you don’t have to take a leap of faith on some blogger’s advice. Instead, you can go right to the experts themselves.
Check out our list above to see the 35 best agencies in the world for BigCommerce SEO.
And if you need help figuring out which one to choose, just keep reading!
We created our list as a jumping-off point for companies like yours. With it, you can narrow your SEO choices from thousands to just 35.
Still, we based our evaluations on objective factors. That means the companies that we rank in the top 10 may not be your top 10, depending on your business and needs.
With that in mind, we encourage you to look at each agency on our list and evaluate them yourself based on what’s most important to your business.
After all, no one knows your business as well as you do!
Are you concerned about an agency’s geographic location? How many employees they have? Their pricing?
These are all answers we provide on our list. If you see an agency that fits your criteria, add them to a short list of five to 15 agencies. That’ll make it easier when you move onto the next phase of selecting an agency.
Now, you want to look at your short list and go to each agency’s website.
When you’re there, look at three main pages on every website: the homepage, About page, and Testimonials page.
The homepage will show you whether an agency can keep up with modern design elements and marketing strategies. If anything looks old, out-of-date, or generally sloppy, cross that agency off your list!
Next, you want to look at an agency’s About page. That’ll give you information on the agency itself, who works there, and whether they’re growing.
Look to see if an agency lists its values. Values are great hallmarks of an agency that takes itself seriously, in addition to its commitment to clients.
You should also look for photos of team members enjoying themselves. After all, if you see smiling employees, that means they like their jobs. And it’s much easier to get good work from happy team members!
Take a moment to see what else an agency says about itself. The more they say, the less they have to hide!
Finally, check out an agency’s Testimonials page.
Not all agencies have testimonials, which can be a red flag. It means they haven’t had many clients or they haven’t done a good enough job to get a positive review from a client.
Regardless, it’s always good to see at least 10 testimonials on an agency’s website. That tells you that even if the agency is young, they still do great work with clients like you.
A good agency will have about 10 to 50 testimonials, and a great one will have 51-100. Beyond that, you can be sure you’re dealing with a quality agency if they boast more than 100 testimonials.
After all of that is done, you can scratch off the agencies that don’t meet your standards.
Now, contact the remaining three to five agencies on your list.
Talk to them about your needs and take notes on how they reply. Are they bossy? Understanding? Passive? Educated?
Ideally, a good agency will listen to what you want, make suggestions, and figure out a way to work within your budget. This is especially true in SEO where you can do a lot of different tasks to make your overall strategy work.
With all of that done, you’re ready to make a decision! Go with your gut and pick the agency that fits your criteria. You’ll probably work with them for a year or more on SEO, so it’s good to make sure you know you’ll work together.
Your last step is to sign the paperwork and front the cash. Your agency will take care of the rest!