How Much Should I Pay For SEO In 2017

Cheap SEO Prices Per Hour and Per Month

How Much Should I Pay For SEO In 2021 SEO prices last updated 15 Feb 2021 SEO prices per hour and per month are generally based on location and NOT the US Dollar or British Pound. The USA or the UK have a tendency of charging +- $100.00 per hour and $750.00 to $5,000.00 per month In South Africa, SEO prices might come through as being cheap in comparison to the USA, but in reality, prices are based on the countries currencies and cost of living. Recommended SEO Prices For South Africa Our Cheap SEO packages are R4,500 for 3 months or R1,600 per month for small to medium websites.… Read More

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SEO Strategies

Our SEO Strategies 2021 has brought upon an entirely new ball game when it comes to SEO and the strategies used. The mobile net now playing more of an important role than ever before with Google moving over to mobile first indexing. And not forgetting about Google’s aggressive tweaks to their algorithms with regard to quality content versus low-quality content. Last updated January 2021 SEO Strategies We Focus On Our main focus is quality content, linking and the below mentioned. We hook up your social media profiles to your site. We perform basic on-page SEO which includes titles, descriptions, meta tags, image optimization, etc. We emphasize importance with regards to… Read More

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Cyber SEO Services in South Africa

What Is SEO And How To SEO A Website

What Is Search Engine Optimization (SEO) To SEO your website you first need to understand SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Secondly, the benefits of optimization, and what it can or cannot do for your site. Last updated – January 2021 Let’s start at the beginning (once upon a time 😉 Firstly, a search engine is a program that allows users to search the Web by entering specific keywords (queries) into a search box. After typing a query, the search engine displays a result page, usually 10 results. You can think of the results as a list of sites that best suit your query. This is where SEO comes into the picture.… Read More

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Websites New Rules for South Africa During Coronavirus Outbreak

Websites New Rules During Coronavirus Outbreak

It seems coronavirus and Google are in competition to see who can do more damage to a person business! Just recently (5 May 2020) Google ran a massive broad core algorithm targeting quality, EAT (Expertise – Authority – Trustworthiness) and backlinks. The algorithm has been running for two weeks. Many websites have now been demoted in Search. And the SA government has now enforced a law that all .co.za domains must now link to there new coronavirus website. Needless to say – a huge majority of SA businesses don’t use .co.za domains. They use .com domains which are usually better for geo-location targeting international countries. South Africa Government Forces Backlinks… Read More

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Coronavirus Impact on Websites In South Africa

Coronavirus SEO Prices South Africa Our coronavirus SEO special runs from June up until December for large, medium and small websites. Coronavirus SEO Prices Standard SEO Prices Submit your site today for a Free Technical SEO Audit. Coronavirus Impact on Websites The Broad Core Algorithm Updates are about the worst you can experience as a website owner, but the coronavirus is even worst!. Covid-19 can have a bigger impact in certain business niches than a Broad Core Algorithm. People simply stop searching for the services because they cannot move out of their country. For quite some time I have been following the impact of COVID-19, also known as the novel… Read More

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noindex nofollow WordPress posts – Disallow crawlers

Blocking WordPress Posts And Pages From Crawlers As you may have noticed WordPress itself does not allow noindex, nofollow of individual posts and pages without using a plugin. The only option you have in WordPress Admin is to allow crawlers to index all pages or to index nothing. There are however ways of working around WordPress deformities, actually, there are 3 different methods of blocking crawlers from crawling posts and pages. Below I discuss the easiest method, which is accomplished by editing the theme header.php template. Its an extremely easy method of implementing <meta name=”robots” content=”noindex,nofollow”> and I include snapshots and examples. Always remembering meta tags are not case sensitive,… Read More

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What are impressions, position, and clicks?

Below we explain impressions, positions, and clicks in Google Search Console and Search Analytics report. What Is An Impression? Generally speaking, an impression is the number of times a link URL appears in the search results (not clicked upon) The link does not necessarily have to be scrolled into view, or for that matter, be visible to count as an impression. What Is a Search Result Position? A position is calculated from top to bottom on the primary side of the search results page, then top to bottom on the secondary side of the search results page. The above image displays positioning. Take note; images have position 2 and Knowledge… Read More

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Is Duplicate Footer and Main Content Filtered by Google?

Does Google Filter Copy Content? Your footer, as well as your navigation (your theme template and layout), is seen as part of your page content. But it is not seen as part of your primary content and carries very little weight in comparison to your main content. John Mueller has confirmed that duplicate footer content (boilerplate content) and links carry very little weight and are not seen as relevant content to the page due to it been copied throughout the website. John Mueller had the following to say in a Hangout video I think the main thing to kind of consider, is if you are linking side wide in the… Read More

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How to use rel=canonical

How To Use rel=canonical To Prevent Copy Issues

What is rel=canonical and how do I use it to specify pages with similar content? The canonical page is commonly known as the preferred page when there are a number of pages with similar content that could be misinterpreted as a copy. Firstly you need to set the preferred version of your website. Google treat www and non-www as two separate URL’s. That can be done in Google Search Console. Using the rel=canonical tag in the <head> section of your document. To use the <link> element with the attribute rel=canonical in the <head> section of your document you would need access to your page codes, or you can use a… Read More

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Blocking Pages From Google - SEO Help

How to Block Pages from Google Search?

Blocking content from Google. There are a number of options available for blocking content from Google. You can use password-protection, robots.txt and the noindex meta tag (not to forget, deleting the page!) Blocking Google via password-protection. Google and other spiders can’t access password protected pages, so this is a very effective way to protect your personal information from appearing in the Google search, or for that matter, any search. You can achieve this by editing your htaccess file, that’s if you are using Apache Web Server. There are also a lot of tools available that will allow you to do this. Blocking Google via robots.txt. Files and directories can be… Read More

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