SEO Six Pack
If you are Serious about your business’ presence on the web, you need to have proper SEO in place. For just $200 here’s what you get…
1. Create an XML Sitemap
Basically, they can be used to let the search engines know about all of your pages. Additionally, XML sitemaps let you specify information about your pages that help guide Google and other search engines, including how frequently the pages are updated, the date each page was last modified, and the relative importance of each page. This information will help the search engines decide how frequently to crawl your pages.
2. Create a Robots.txt file
Web site owners use the robots.txt file to give instructions about their site to web robots. Web Robots (also known as Web Wanderers, Crawlers, or Spiders), are programs that traverse the Web automatically. Search engines such as Google use them to index the web content.
3. Optimize or Create a Page with proper:
Title – The title tag has been – and probably will always be – one of the most important factors in achieving high search engine rankings. In fact, fixing just the title tags of your pages can often generate quick and appreciable differences to your rankings. And because the words in the title tag are what appear in the clickable link on the search engine results page (SERP), changing them may result in more clickthroughs.
Description – Meta description tags, while not important to search engine rankings, are extremely important in gaining user click-through from search engine result pages. These short paragraphs are a webmaster’s opportunity to advertise content to searchers and to let them know exactly whether the given page contains the information they’re looking for.
Keywords – The meta keywords tag contribute to your search engine ranking. A meta keywords tag is a brief and concise list of the most important themes of your page.
4. Add Image ALT tags
Every image must have an alt attribute. Alternative text provides a textual alternative to non-text content in web pages. Adding alternative text for images is the first principle of web accessibility. It is also one of the most difficult to properly implement. The key principle is that computers and screen readers cannot analyze an image and determine what the image presents.
Text must be provided to the user which presents the CONTENT and FUNCTION of the images within your web content.
5. Add Favicon
It’s true, favicons are very little things, probably the least important bit of a site, but it’s attention to detail that makes a site stand out; and even if it sounds crazy, favicons are very important from a branding point-of-view.
Favicons are small square images usually 16×16 pixels which are used by web browsers to show a graphical representation of the site being visited at the left side of the browser’s address bar. You have probably seen many favicons before, even if you don’t know what they are.
6. Add Google Verification
The Google tracking (Verification) code is used only to verify site ownership. When you verify that you own a domain, you also prove that you own all of its subdomains, and all sites in those subdomains. For example, if you verify http://www.example.com and later add
http://www.example.com/test, you’re automatically verified as the owner of
Additional SEO Services:
Add Google Analytics
Extend Domain Registration
Weekly Submission to Search Engines
Go Local Services
Ok, now you have your website up and running. It’s all optimized and ready for search engines. But what about REAL people? How will people find your site? Simple, you need to Go Local by having a listing on Google+, Yelp and also Facebook – but only if you’re a serious business person!
For only $200, here are the benefits:
Google has described Google+ as a “social layer” that enhances many of its online properties, and that it is not simply a social networking website, but also an authorship tool that associates web-content directly with its owner/author. A 2013 survey found that 30% of surveyed smartphone users used the Google Plus app at least once a month.
Yelp.com and the Yelp mobile app publish crowd-sourced reviews about local businesses. Your Yelp listing also helps potential customers find your location. A listed Business can also update their contact information, hours and other basic listing information or add special deals.
Normally every business has its traditional website and also its Facebook Business Page. Here a business can connect with people by adding photos, videos and special events – all of which promote the business. We can maintain your Facebook Business page each week for an additional $45/month.