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SEO (Search Engine Optimisation)

One of the most important reasons for having a website is the fact that you can market it via a process called search engine optimisation. This is a process whereby your website is optimised (in code and content) in order to get ranked for specific keywords.

 

Lets say you have a bakery in Melville and your speciality is chocolate cake.

We can then optimise your website to show up in search results when people search

for "chocolate cake melville".

 

If your website ranks higher than those of your competitors you will generate more traffic to your website, which ultimately means more business leads and thus more profit. This is why SEO is regarded as the marketing medium with the best Return On Investment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our SEO services are charged at just R299pm.

 

Though not cheap, it is about the price of a small black and white ad in a local news paper. Even a pamphlet campaign is more expensive and return on investment poor -to none.

 

The fact is its 2014 and we live in a digital era where people want digital solutions.

Nobody pages through telephone books anymore. If you do not consider digital marketing for your business you might as well not market it at all.

 

So ask yourself the question...

Would you rather want to pay R299 for a small add in a local news paper -or for your business to show when people look for it on the internet??

 

Our SEO Services Includes:

cheap websites

Keyword Analysis

 

Creation of XML Sitemap

 

Creation of robots.txt File

 

Submission to All Major Search Engines

 

Submission to Top Local Directories

 

Creation of Google Analytics Account

 

Creation of Webmaster Tools Account

 

Creation of Social Media Pages

 

Competitor Analysis

 

HTML Optimisation

 

Content Optimisation

 

Meta Tags and Descriptions

 

Image Tags (Alt Tags)

 

Favicon Creation

 

Internal Link Building

 

Keyword Optimisation

 

Broken Link Checker

 

Optimised URL Structure

 

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