Full Service SEO

It includes all the tasks that help in boosting the online presence of your specific website and brand for the long term.

Technical SEO

The optimization process of your website for the indexing phase, where you can help several search engines to access, interpret, and index your site without any issues.

On Page SEO

It refers to the entire measures taken directly within your website for enhancing its position in the search rankings as it includes basic tactics such as overall content quality and structure and page performance.

Off Page SEO

It refers to the page ranking factors that occur off your website, such as backlinks of other sites. It may include your promotion methods, and also the quantity of exposure that something gets on social media and many more.

SEO Audit

SEO audit evaluates the search engine optimization of a website in several areas. Here, the best approach is implementing an SEO audit for a website. Also, you can execute such an audit via performing it yourself concerning some guide or hire an SEO Auditor to do that work for you.

Google Penalty Recovery

It is a negative impact on a website’s search rankings based on updates to Google’s search algorithms. The penalty either can be a by-product of an algorithm update or an intentional penalization for implementing various black-hat SEO techniques.

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Services

Keyword Research

Backlink Analysis

Backlink Creation

Social Media Marketing

SEO Audit 

SEO Campaign

24h support

Google Adwords

Advertising

SEM Maintenance

Basic

$10

per month

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1

Basic

Basic

1 Page

Standard

$30

per month

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3

Basic

Basic 

2 Pages

Premium

$59

per month

5

5

Advance

Advance

5 Pages

Customize

$99

per month

10

10

Advance

Advance

10 Pages

FAQ

Common Questions

OK, so this one’s kind of complicated… just kidding. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. You engage in SEO when you attempt to get a page to rank higher in a search engine’s SERPs (search engine results pages), with the ultimate goal being to increase organic (unpaid) traffic to that page.

SEO is just one discipline encompassed by SEM (Search Engine Marketing). SEM includes PPC and SEO.

Again, you could come up with a good argument for a few different answers here. Ahrefs is great for competitor content and backlink research; Moz Pro’s content explorer is great for finding unlinked mentions; and SEMrush is great for rank and visibility tracking. The three share many overlapping features. It’s more a matter of preference than anything. Spyfu, AWR Cloud, and DeepCrawl are also worth checking out.

On-page SEO refers to tactics utilized on or within a page to assist it in ranking higher in the search engine. On-page SEO includes both content and the HTML source code of a page (image optimization, keyword optimization, Schema markup, and more), but not external links and other external signals.

As fun as it is to say, no: SEO is not dead. SEO is still a vital part of online marketing; and unless the way we search for content changes drastically, it will be for a long time. Businesses looking for immediate leads and conversions may neglect SEO in favor of more direct, targeted approaches like paid search and paid social; but businesses that invest in SEO are investing in the long term. SEO is cost-efficient, casts a wide net, and allows potential prospects to discover your brand on their own terms. Go ahead and enter the query “is seo dead” into Google. The post you ultimately click on is only in a position to be clicked because—you guessed it—effective SEO.

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