What is 1-Time SEO Finetuning?
Most web sites today are not made
search-engine friendly. We are experienced webmasters, web designers, and web
developers, developing web sites since 1995. Our company was founded in 1998
specializing in web development.
What we do
What we do for SEO-Finetuning are as
- Doing analysis and consulting with you
the best possible targetted keyword for your web site.)
- Sending you an SEO analysis report on your web site
- Reproducing the web site if necessary (the same
look, but different html codes).
- Removing frames, if used.
- Editing or adding best meta tags.
- Editing or adding best title tags.
- Embeding the important key factors into the html
coding, into the way search engines like.
- Editing links if necessary (white-hat SEO techniques
- Submitting to all major search-engines
- Linking from many popular web sites with high Google
- We will do necessary URL redirects, to be most
What we will need
We will need access to your web hosting server. We
will surely need FTP login ID and password. We may need control panel access on
some web hosts.
How much it costs
We charge you only one-time fee of US$ 200 for this
project to redo your web site.
Why doing SEO is difficult
Like I mentioned above, most web sites today are
not made search-engine friendly. Why?
- The "science of search-engine
optimization" (SEO) is not taught in universities to computer science
students yet (except a very few), as this technology is still too new to be
matured for now. Most web designers still do NOT know how to make a web-site
- Technologies and algorithms that how search-engines
rank web sites are kept confidential as trade-secrets by major
search-engines (Google, Yahoo, etc.). Only the very most basics are known to
public so far, when they are patented and registered.
- Only experienced webmasters who manage many web
sites have the opportunity to understand and reverse-engineer this SEO
Because of these 3 main reasons, SEO-engineering
remains difficult today.
Are you ready to order this service?
Last Updated ( Saturday, 07 February 2009 )