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+ Why do you include Social Media on the topic of SEO?
Social Media is integrated in many ways with relevant SEO. Firstly it competes with your time, time you could spend working on your website's content. Secondly Social Media activity are becoming indicators of your wesbite's importance, a similar function performed by other quality websites linking to your websites. (Quality backlinks) . Google+ (and Google Places) are two tools which allready has an impact on your website's SEO.
+ Please quote us your best price to SEO our new website www.abc123.co.za so that we come up on the first page of Google under certain searches , next to our competitor www.def456.co.za .
People often expect a complicated / expensive answer... but that's not the way things are.
Is your website mobile friendly - cellphones? Does not seem like it. More than 50% of searches are via phones.
Your web design company should be able to also assist you with:
Making use of Google Webmaster , Submitting a sitemap .
If your website is new you will have to be a bit patient but submitting a sitemap, registering with Google Webmaster should help.
Looks like a nice website with lots of properties. As the brokers do their work the stock / content should grow and that will help with SEO.
It takes between 2-6 weeks for Google to index your website. (New content added to your website)
It is a must to register your business with Google Places / My business. (That's free, quick and easy)
If you can get the main Company website to link to your website that would be a big plus. And maybe other quality websites.
At least include some of the words you would like to be found for on important pages like the about us pages. Eg areas you service , the words warehouse, ware house brokers, especially at the top of important pages.
Definitely have a faq section, newsletter/blog section. The titles of pages are important, of any page.
If you gather all the info and supply it at once to your web designers they should not charge you an arm and a leg to add to your website.
(We give a complete website for R3,100 with unlimited pages which you can manage yourself and things like faq's and newsletter , blogs are activated at the click of a button.)
Your about us text was done well. I would insert the words Cape Town in that section.
It seems that you are on the right track but ask that your website be registered ON YOUR Google Analytics and Google Webmaster accounts so that you can view reports any time you would like to do so. You webmasters will need to assist
I make too much money selling R3,100 websites and the hosting that my consulting for SEO would be too expensive on a per hour basis. I am taking time now because I am passionate about my work and the topic.
Your web designers and your website looks good and professional. Just check with them about being able to display the website on mobile devices. It's automatically done with our software .
You can ask the same question on Google Webmasters forum and get industry experts to comment from all over the world on your website and areas where you can improve. Those comments will also be free.
Then it's important that you realise that SEO is just one marketing strategy to market your website and that it is a process which takes time. As you ad stock, write newsletter ad to the faq section your website content will increase and your visibility will improve. Maybe have a gallery section where you move past stock sold or leased and describe those warehouse. (Keep them on the books , part of content)
With our software our clients can easily do all these updates themselves.
Remember to market your website via car signage, newspaper advertisements as well.
This answer in this email and your question, without identifying you or your company or the competition, will be modified a bit and added to my own websites faq section - That's a free tip where to get content for the Faq section of your website.
Get quotes from your web designers and if they are unbelievably expensive let me know and I might be able to assist.
I will just depend on them to supply me with a sitemap , if your website has one. And they will have to supply me with a verification file added to your website so we can register and verify ownership with Google.
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