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Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

 

What does SEO mean?

SEO stands for ’search engine optimisation.’ In simple terms, it means that you set your website up in a way that it’s easy for the search engines to rank and index your site. As you know, search engines, such as Google, Yahoo, MSN and others are used by the majority of people to locate the information they’re looking for on the Internet. For instance, if you were looking for information on fitness, you might type ‘how to lose weight fast,’ or ‘losing weight,’ into the search engine, and you’d be awarded with the sites that will best answer those questions.

The trick to SEO is having your site set up in such a way, that the search engines would show your site, when someone else typed in those search requirements. This means that your site should contain search phrases that other people will use in order to find your site.

Keyword Analysis – Swishweb optimise web pages for the phrases that deliver quality traffic online for your website. There are tools available to monitor the key phrases that deliver high levels of traffic on Google. You cannot commence with a website design unless you have a search engine optimisation strategy in place before hand.We will help you choose the correct keywords for the development of your website.

Page Layout - Swishweb build main web site pages and create new content targeting key phrases of your choice for search engine optimization on Google, Yahoo, MSN and other main search engines including DMOZ (open directory project). We ensure your web page layout is correct for effective search engine optimisation on the search engines.

SEO

  • Google
  • LYCOS
  • AltaVista UK
  • MSN
  • DMOZ
  • Excite
  • alltheweb
  • HOTBOT
  • Live Search
  • YAHOO
  • Ask Jeeves UK
  • KWAT?
  • Links?
  • Linkbacks?
  • Keyword Search?
  • Which one is best?
  • What do I use?
  • Google Ads?
  • BING Ads?
  • Pay Per Click?
  • How many hits?
  • Demographics?
  • Facebook?
  • LinkedIn?
  • Twitter?
  • Banners?
  • Ranking Reports?
  • Blogs?
  • The list goes on and on!