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Small Package
$90
Human Articles with Readable Spin
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15 High DA web 2.0 Properties
10 High DA Trusted Profiles
20 High DA Bookmarks
5 EDU Profiles
50 Powerful Web 2.0 Profiles
10 Blog Platform Articles
10 High DA Documents Links
10 Manual Image Submission Links
10 Niche Related Blog Comments
1 Weebly Post
1 Tumblr Post
1 Wordpress Post
1 Blogspot Post
1 Medium Post
50 Facebook Reshares
50 Twitter Retweets
100 Pinterest Repins
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Blog Comments LinkJuice
Bookmarks LinkJuice
Instant Link Indexer Services
Drip Feed Pinging
DEADLINE 14 DAYS
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Medium Package
$198
80 Unique Human Articles no spin
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30 High DA web 2.0 Properties
25 High DA Trusted Profiles
30 High DA Bookmarks
7 EDU Profiles
70 Web 2.0 Media Profiles
25 Blog Platform Articles
15 High DA Documents Links
12 Image Sharing Backlinks
20 Niche Related Blog Comments
10 High DA Forum Profiles
10 Press Releases
Video Creation
10 Video Submissions
Power Point Creation
10 Power Point Submissions
1 EDU Blog Post
1 Weebly Post
5 High PA Tumblr Posts
1 Wordpress Post
1 Blogspot Post
1 Medium Post
1 Mix.com Share
1 Flickr Share
1 Myspace Share
100 Facebook Reshares
100 Twitter Retweets
250 Pinterest Repins
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Blog Comments LinkJuice
Bookmarks LinkJuice
Article Submission
Guestbook Comments
Social Network Profiles
Static Links
Referrer Links
Instant Link Indexer Services
Drip Feed Pinging
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Big Package
$318
140 Unique Human Articles no spin
TIER 1
50 High DA web 2.0 Properties
40 High DA Trusted Profiles
40 High DA Bookmarks
10 EDU Profiles
100 Web 2.0 Media Profiles
50 Blog Platform Articles
20 High DA Documents Links
15 Image Sharing Backlinks
30 Niche Related Blog Comments
20 High DA Forum Profiles
20 Press Releases
Video Creation
20 Video Submissions
Power Point Creation
20 Power Point Submissions
1 EDU Blog Post
1 Weebly Post
10 High PA Tumblr Posts
1 Wordpress Post
1 Blogspot Post
1 Medium Post
1 Mix.com Share
1 Flickr Share
1 Myspace Share
1 Penzu Post
1 Ex.co Post
1 Behance Post
1 Voog Post
1 Linkedin Post
1 EzineArticle Post
250 Facebook Reshares
300 Twitter Retweets
500 Pinterest Repins
TIER 2
Blog Comments LinkJuice
Bookmarks LinkJuice
Article Submission
Guestbook Comments
Social Network Profiles
Static Links
Referrer Links
Instant Link Indexer Services
Drip Feed Pinging
DEADLINE 30 DAYS
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PORTFOLIO

Here you can see which results you can achieve in 1-3 months with our seo packages.

Middle Competition, Google.com, 2 months of work
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SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It is a term used regularly in the field of freelance writing and website design. Writers and designers need to understand how SEO works if they are going to get a website and its owner noticed.

SEO companies aim to achieve this goal for their customers. Customers need to know why they should hire these professionals.

SEO Terminology

Here are some terms you will have seen in relation to SEO:

  • Alt tags
  • File naming
  • Topics
  • Images
  • Core ideas

These all represent important aspects of the business of bolstering website hits and company sales. When a site is SEO-rich, there are many ways in which a firm will turn up on a website search.

How Does SEO Work?

SEO is what makes a set of sites come up on a search ahead of the others. When someone is browsing the internet for an item or service, he will type in key words. The more specific his keywords are, the more precisely a search engine can satisfy his request. Therefore, a search for “cats” will lead to domestic and wild cats, big predators, zoo animals, and all species of house cat.

A more specific search would include the terms “pure bred cats for sale.” The user will be guided a much more limited series of website hits including images. Changing this term to “pure bred Turkish Vans for sale” will narrow the list to a more manageable number of sites.

A business that sells pure bred Turkish Vans will get the customers if a client types those specific terms in and if their website is built appropriately. This is where SEO comes in. The website designer or SEO professional builds in tools that lead web browsers to there site, even if they are not very specific. Links are built to pictures and other websites. A good choice of words makes a difference too.

Headings, topics, and other details of a website are another part of this. Content is most important, but to grab a reader’s attention (and the search engine’s interest) a site must be rich with SEO features.

Blogging is one of the most popular tools used by website designers to garner attention for their goods. These are casual, short posts related to a particular topic. They are often written in first or second person by someone who is an expert on this topic or is knowledgeable enough to help customers and create readable copy. Blogs are full of general and specific key words that websites pick up on.

And Another Thing

SEO richness is only useful for a period of time. After that, words and individual postings become stale. Stale SEO tactics are no longer recognized by search engines, rendering them useless to the client.

These terms have to be freshened up now and again so that a website (and company) will remain viable in a highly competitive market. If changes need to be made in other ways, SEO professionals will look after that too.

More about SEO

How do you know that a company provides good SEO services? Can you go by the price or how experienced they seem to be? As always, “cheapest” is not a synonym for “best.”

There is a form of regulation, a standard which reputable companies operate by. This standard enables search engines to recognize SEO terms. It might not be a good idea to hire a freelancer who is not tied to a company reputation or any rules just because his rates are better than anyone else’s.

A lot of people would have no idea if a firm had done a good job or not. After designing blogs to function effectively, there is no guarantee the customers will start calling. If they do not, is it fair to blame the service provider, or is the client just unlucky?

Actually, it might be fair to hold the SEO professional responsible if he did a poor job. It would also be fair to say that consumers must beware and not leave all the work to regulators.

Check that standards are followed by the business in question. Ask for references and communicate with recent customers. Take nothing for granted just because you do not understand what you are looking at. Carefully note what your site looks like before hiring someone then peruse it for noticeable changes right away.

Other Website Services

While your website is undergoing renovations or being built right from the start, an SEO company also provides other web based services such as designing and re-designing sites. If your page is hard to navigate or unreadable by search engines then it must be redesigned for user-friendliness if it is going to work.

Customers will give up on a frustrating, confusing page even if they are interested in the product. This is an unfortunate way to lose business. You can lead a browser to your website, but you cannot make him read.

Service providers will initiate (or write) blog postings and press releases to get your website noticed right away. This initial burst of publicity in the internet realm is a good way to jump start interest for a new company or renew interest in a more established company. Your site should be connected to other sites, not because you want to promote them, but because complimentary businesses will lead consumers to your company.

With this range of services, there is also a range of payment options. Work with a team or an individual regularly. Have a professional write blogs every week or two to be filled with key words and links. Ask the team to build your site and conduct reviews and maintenance every six months.

Bring in your SEO professional to freshen up the site at similar intervals, or even more frequently, to stay on top of a rapidly changing market, especially if yours is not a niche product easily located and placed at the top of search engine findings.