Search Engine Optimisation

SEO stands for "search engine optimization." It is the process of getting traffic from the "free", "organic", "editorial" or "natural" search results on search engines.

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine's "natural" or un-paid ("organic") search results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine's users. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search, news search and industry-specific vertical search engines.

    Basic Plan
Standard Plan
Business Plan
Advance Plan
  Website & Keyword Analysis
  Number of Key phrases Optimized 10 20 40 80
  URL Analysis
  Competitive Analysis Report
  XML Sitemap Installation (Google & Bing)
  SEM Strategy and Plan
  Code Analysis
  Preliminary SEO Check
  Working with HTML source code
  Site changes Implementation
  RSS Feeds
  Log File Analysis
  Select Duration
  On Page Optimization
  Optimizing Title Tags and Meta Tags
  Robot.txt Optimization
  Optimizing Site Navigation
  Image Optimization
  Outbound Link Optimization
  Page Content Optimization 25 50 200 250
  Keyword Density & Prominence Check
  Off Page Optimization
  Directory Submission 600 1500 2100 2400
  Keyword Oriented Article Submission 1 3 6 8
  Total Submission of Articles 100 300 600 800
  Classified Submission 20 50 80
  Social Bookmarking 50 100 200 300
  Product Directory Submission (If applicable) 50 75 150
  Keyword Oriented Press Release 1 3 5
  Total Keyword Oriented Press Release Submission 50 150 250
  Social Media Optimization
  Social Media Optimization
  Strategically Presence on TopSocial Media Websites 5 10
  Social Bookmarking
  Website URLs Submission 5 10
  Blog URLs Submission 5 10
  Press Releases URLs Submission 5 10
  Video URLs Submission 5 10
  Blog Creation (Wordpress & Blogger)
  Forum Posting 30 90
  Video Promotion
  You Tube, Metacafe, Google
  Total Submission of Videos 5 15
  Analysis Reports
  Monthly Activity/SEO Ranking Reports
  Google Analytical Report
  Email Support
  Level of personalized attention
  Time Period 12 Months 12 Months 9 Months 6 Months
  Select Duration


How Search Engines Work?

The first basic truth you need to know to learn SEO is that search engines are not humans. While this might be obvious for everybody, the differences between how humans and search engines view web pages aren't. Unlike humans, search engines are text-driven. Although technology advances rapidly, search engines are far from intelligent creatures that can feel the beauty of a cool design or enjoy the sounds and movement in movies. Instead, search engines crawl the Web, looking at particular site items (mainly text) to get an idea what a site is about. This brief explanation is not the most precise because as we will see next, search engines perform several activities in order to deliver search results – crawling, indexing, processing, calculating relevancy, and retrieving.

First, search engines crawl the Web to see what is there. This task is performed by a piece of software, called a crawler or a spider (or Googlebot, as is the case with Google). Spiders follow links from one page to another and index everything they find on their way. Having in mind the number of pages on the Web (over 20 billion), it is impossible for a spider to visit a site daily just to see if a new page has appeared or if an existing page has been modified, sometimes crawlers may not end up visiting your site for a month or two.

What you can do is to check what a crawler sees from your site. As already mentioned, crawlers are not humans and they do not see images, Flash movies, JavaScript, frames, password-protected pages and directories, so if you have tons of these on your site, you'd better run the Spider Simulator below to see if these goodies are viewable by the spider. If they are not viewable, they will not be spidered, not indexed, not processed, etc. - in a word they will be non-existent for search engines.