Frequently Asked Questions


Questions You Want To Know

Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions that are related to both our company and SEO as a whole:

What does SEO stand for?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is basically what web designers do to make your website more attractive when the search engines, most often Google, come along to index and rank your website. SEO has been around since the early days of web design and a lot has changed since then.

Which is better, SEO or PPC?

Organic search engine traffic can provide an improved ROI over traditional forms of paid media and certainly improve upon PPC. Cost. While SEO is neither cheap nor easy, it will generally be more cost-effective than all other marketing tactics for delivering brand awareness and relevant traffic to your website.

Where do I start my SEO strategy?

Right here at We will analyze your website, your competitors, the market as a whole and create your digital marketing plan. We will optimize your website and get your ranking in search engines for keywords and searches that you desire!

How do I conduct keyword research?

Keyword research is a practice search engine optimization professionals use to find and research alternative search terms that people enter into search engines while looking for a similar subject. Many expensive tools are used to extract and detect this data when comparing websites.

Which SEO techniques are popular?

1)Meta Title & Description 2)URL, 3)Content, 4)Heading Tag, Image optimization, Internal linking, 5)Nofollow Tags, 6)Canonical Tags, 7)Google Analytics, 8)Google & Bing Webmaster Tools Integration, 9)Open Graph Tags, 10)Schema, 11)Webpage Speed, 12) Robots.txt & robots meta tag, 13)Sitemap.xml are among just a few of the popular SEO implementations to make a site more effective.


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