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Earlier today best SEO expert in India appeared on Business Connections Live providing an SEO overview for business site owners who may be looking after their own online marketing activities.

The SEO landscape has changed quite a bit over the last couple of years and for those trying to find their own way around it can be very easy to become left behind or using out of date tactics that you believe to still be relevant and beneficial to your site . Contact for Freelance SEO services.

As a result I wanted to give site owners a few pointers to guide them in the right direction.

Below is the interview in full or if you would prefer the rest of this post provides you with a full write up complete with additional SEO help, including whiteboard videos, links and resources by best SEO freelancer .
So here is an overview of what was discussed so that you can go over these notes and put them into action.

First a brief overview of how SEO has changed over the last few years

SEO used to be a case of simply making sure your targeted keyterms were included throughout your site as often as possible while at the same time creating as many keyword anchor text links pointing back to your site as possible.

No real focus was given to the visitor, in order to get to the top of Google you basically had to spam. Build as many links as you could and fill every possible element with a keyterm.

The more links you built the chances were you would rank highly. It didn’t really matter where the links came from either. A popular tactic would be to submit your site to as many directories as possible. Some tools could do this for you at the touch of a button.

Site structure was also over looked. Internal linking would be everywhere even if it wasn’t needed.
Article marketing was also all the rage. Creating articles, often badly written, simply for the purposes of creating a link back to your site.

All of this had to come to a head and Google was always going to act.

So that is exactly what happened. Updates looked to eradicate the type of tactics mentioned above with Google wanting sites to think about their audience and not trying to beat the Google system. They wanted brands to be brands and to earn their links.

These days you simply won’t see the type of results you once used to using the above methods.

Now you need to provide your audience with what they want. You need to answer their questions, you need to be the hub of information. You need to provide a site and content that people will interact with and continue returning for more.

And if you can get them to share it, then you are on to a good thing.

Google updates you need to be aware of

So, those all-important Google updates.

In their quest to improve search results for their users, Google have looked to eradicate spammy sites and sites that have low quality content.

They have also looked to target sites that may be using under hand link building tactics in order to gain better rankings.
The Penguin Update

The Penguin update was aimed at sites that were receiving incoming links that Google deemed to be spammy. Sites that may have brought links or taken part in link building networks.

You are never 100% in control of who links to you but if you have worked to obtain links Google wouldn’t be too happy about then the Penguin update could catch up with you.

The Panda Update

The Panda update focused on the quality of content.

Sites that were ranking well but had content that was deemed low quality would be demoted. The result would be that searchers would start to see higher quality web pages and more relevant pages returned in the search results.

The Pigeon Update

The Pigeon update is the recent Local SEO based update.

In Google’s quest to deliver the most local and relevant results to their searchers, the Pigeon update aim was to deliver more local listings within their search results.

This update also affects the results you will see in Google Maps.

Local SEO has always been important but now it is imperative.

The recent Mobile Friendly update – what has actually happened?

You may have read about the recent Mobile Update. It gained a lot of press coverage, which in turn created a lot of misreporting and scaremongering.

The hashtag #mobilegeddon was even used creating a lot of panic amongst site owners.

Panic that non mobile friendly sites would drop off a cliff were rife. The reality is that this wasn’t the case. Its true Google wants to create an environment where sites are all device friendly but this first instalment (as there are bound to be many pushing sites in this direction) didn’t hit as hard as everyone feared. Mainly because it ended up being so misunderstood. Why? Because Google doesn’t really release much information prior to an update. But now it’s live we know exactly what is happening.

So, here are the important elements to take into account with this update are as follows:

• The update only affects searches carried out on a mobile phone – not tablets or desktops
• The update affects individual pages not the whole site – if a page isn’t mobile friendly it is only the page that is affected not the site
• Google will still look to deliver the most relevant results regardless of whether pages are mobile friendly. If the search is clear cut then the best results are displayed

It’s important your site is mobile friendly. Don’t sit back thinking this update wasn’t as important as we all thought because this is just the start. You do have time but you need to ensure your site is mobile responsive and all device responsive.

What Google now considers important and what they are looking for from you

Google Is Watching

So that is a big overview as to what has recently happened. Yes it’s a lot but you need to know it. You need to understand what is no longer acceptable and what the recent updated have been.

Any SEO who isn’t truly up to date with this information – avoid.

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing remember. Anyone “playing” at this profession could cost you your online business.

In the modern environment Google want sites created for their users. They want to deliver pages that provide their searchers with the most relevant information.

They want brands to be brands, they want engagement, and they want good high quality content.

They want social engagement.

They want sites to naturally earn links and not for you to build them.

They want well optimised sites that are technically sound.

It all sounds a lot right? Well it is. The modern day digital marketing requires a strategy. It requires a plan aimed at reaching your audience and reaching out to those who may not be aware of you yet.

It’s no longer as simple as it once was. But if you do it right the rewards are huge.

However, it all starts with a well optimised site. Without that Google won’t even know your exist. So here is what we have been building up to.

The SEO basics you need to be aware of to get you started

So what are the On-Page SEO basics?

The SEO basics haven’t really changed in the 11 years I have been in the industry.

The important elements remain. The information you need to implement help to inform Google as to your relevance to the terms and subject matter you are targeting.

Keyword Research

Before you embark on you on page changes you need to know exactly which keyterms you should be working with. Some may be self-explanatory but others may not. So it is important this is looked into.

Keyword Research

The most popular tools is Google’s Keyword Planner tool which you can access if you have a Google account.

This will allow you to research terms that are being truly searched for.

If you miss this step out then you could end up using terminology that may be common in your industry but not to those searching for your services.

You may also be targeting terms that won’t bring you in as much relevant traffic as others.

Title Tags

Once you know which terms you are working with it is time to start working on these all important on page elements that will help set you up.

The Title tag, one of the most important SEO elements. If you ignore these then there isn’t much point focusing on any other areas of your site.

The Title tag informs search engines as to exactly what your page is all about. It also informs potential visitors about the page. If you don’t optimise these then you aren’t going to bring in the traffic.

If you have had your site created for you with no optimisation you will possibly find that the Title tags of your page are very generic. For example the Home page Title tag will more than likely be “home”. As you can imagine that isn’t going to encourage anyone on to your site.

Do your keyword research and make sure you optimise your Titles to bring in the traffic. Consider the following:

• Include the term you are targeting
• Related terminology if relevant
• Company name if relevant
• If a specific product be exact in the detail – for example if you are selling a red running trainer size 7 the chances are that is what people are looking for, so be specific, capture your audience.

Meta Description

Meta Descriptions are the snippet of information that appear below the Title tag in the search engine result pages.

This is your ad, your chance to entice people into your site. A chance to provide potential clients that you are the best port of call for what they are searching for.

The description used to be classed as a ranking factor, however it is now considered that this is no longer the case. Personally, I believe it carried more weight than most believe. Either way this is an important element and you need to craft your descriptions carefully.

The Google guidelines are that this should only be 155 characters in length. This limits what you can include. I look to include the following information in my descriptions where possible:
• Describe the page
• Offer a USP
• Include a call to action
• The phone
• Company name if appropriate

H Headings

H Headings help style the page and provide the page with the relevant headings.

Your H1 heading is the most important one of the lot and should provide Google and the visitor with the

Beyond the H1, you can use H2, H3, H4, H5, H6. As you would expect the lower you go down the less importance they have.

These headings don’t hold as much SEO strength as they used to but are still important to a well-structured page.


You can set up your site as perfectly as possible but if your content isn’t high quality then you won’t see the results you are looking for.

Google want sites to provide the visitor with the information they require to satisfy their search.

The content should provide an answer to the visitors query and should provide a good user experience.

If you are unsure if your content us up to scratch, get an outsider to read it. Ask them if they know exactly what you are offering or what you wish people to do on any given page. If they can’t then you need to review your content.

The amount of content on a page can also play a factor. There are no official guidelines but a rule of thumb is at least 500 words on the home page and at the very least 250 on any other page. This of course depends on the nature of the page and the required content.

It is also important you don’t provide any un-needed information. Get to the point. If someone is looking for a Plummer the chances are they don’t care how long you have been in business. They want to know your call out hours, how much you charge and whether you cover the area they are located. If you waste their time, they won’t hang around. And if they don’t hang around Google will know about it.

Once Google knows about it, they won’t class you as very relevant to the very subject matter you are looking to rank for. The end result – you won’t rank.

Image Alt Tags
Image Alt Tags used to be misused, filled with nothing but key terms to build that all important relevance. When Google tightened everything up, this element started to become over looked. However any site that is set up as Google would expect should have well structures Alt Tags.

These should be descriptive to the individual image. Do not just fill with key terms. If the image is relevant to the subject matter of the page then you will naturally include important terms.

Alt tags are also there to aid visually impaired so use them as such.


NAP stand for Name, Address, and Phone number.

Vital from a Local SEO and a contact point of view.

This information should be on all pages if possible. The most obvious place is in your footer.

With the Pigeon update (mentioned earlier) now in full effect you need to make sure Google knows exactly what area you are located – even if your audience is nation-wide.

Also remember that your NAP needs to be consistent across any off page profile you may build.

What else?

You’ve made a start. But it doesn’t end there. Remember we mentioned earlier that Google also want a technically sound website. Well there is a train of thought that suggests that up to 50% of your rankings come from a technical elements.

If you need any help with your SEO campaign or overall Digital Marketing then please get in touch here and let’s discuss how we can improve your overall online presence.



SEO in easy ways by best SEO expert in India

SEO in easy ways by Best SEO Expert in India :

Hello, SEO learners, Again a post by best SEO expert in India. I posted my last blog about the introduction of Search Engine Optimisation. And now i am looking forward, I will tell you today about types of SEO and all process of SEO.
Types of SEO:-



ON PAGE SEO is very important part of Search Engine Optimisation. The search engine gives 70% marks for ON PAGE SEO and 30% marks for OFF PAGE SEO.

Mostly ON PAGE SEO is done at the time of website designing, at the time of content submission or at the time of new posts .

For ON PAGE SEO i will suggest you Yoast SEO plugin. It is the best SEO plugin. I always follow this.
Process of ON PAGE SEO according to best SEO expert Today Infotech:-
{1) Title
(2)Meta description
(3)Content [Meta tags]

Title of any post in ON PAGE SEO should be above 60 characters and should be matched to your focus keywords.
Meta description is also an important part of ON PAGE SEO. The Meta description should contain 160 characters and it should contain focus keywords.

“Content is king” in SEO. First of all, Always remember content should be unique. Unique content will give you awesome results. Content should contain min. 1000-1500 words. We should use our secondary keywords in first line and then primary keyword. We should specify H1 tag for heading first and we should specify H2 tag for subheading and then we should specify H3 and H4 tags etc.


Generally, OFF PAGE SEO contains link building . Link building work can be done by SEO expert (Digital Marketing Expert)or Link Building expert . “Always remember many people do link building by softwares , it is very bad SEO . Not so useful and not good” .
Processes and ways of Link Building:-
(1) Press release submission
(2) Article submission
(3) Blog submission
(4) Forum
(5) Profile linking
(6) Business listing
(7) Event submission
(8) Social bookmarking
(9) Web 2.0
(10) Directory submission etc.

In this blog, We defined types of SEO . Hope you will understand well and this will help you a lot in learning of SEO .
In our next blog i will tell you about types of SEO according to Search Engine Algorithm and be working .


Role of SEO In Digital Marketing Defined by Today infotech

Role of SEO In Your Digital Marketing Strategy According to Best SEO Expert Today Infotech

Best SEO Expert in India Says:-Imagine owing an outlet without having any signage, name, or anything particular about it. Some people might come out of sheer curiosity, probably enquiring about a completely different product, instead of the product that is being sold. Giving an appropriate name to your outlet and putting up a product image on it would attract a lot of customers who are interested in your product, and those customers, in turn, would provide you with publicity. The first scenario resembles a website that hasn’t undergone optimisation, and the second one relates to one that has been optimised.

The Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) involves developing a website that is easy to categorize and find. SEO is a fundamental aspect of digital marketing strategies. This is an integrated approach to drives customers to your business through a web portal. There are more than 13 billion online searches every month. With businesses becoming global and going online, the Yellow Pages and Telemarketers have become archaic search methods. If we take a small segment of that 13 billion to your business, it means a considerable amount of people are looking for exactly what you offer. In order to achieve this, it is important to have a higher ranking in the search engines or SERP (search engine result page) and then retaining that position. The PPC (pay per click) activities should also be very good. Only then you will have a qualified traffic for your online business. SEO gives opportunities of substantial levels of free advertising; it would make your website rank primarily in the initial pages of SERP, and provide reasonably good ROI.

SEO Expert Says How it Works

Search Engines are typically the software that crawls web-page content. Unlike humans, they are text driven. They perform a particular set of activities such as scanning, crawling, storing indexes, and recovering. The search engines make use of algorithms that are complex and based on different factors including the following:

• Meta Tags: The meta tags provide metadata about the HTML document that are used by search engines in evaluating the content of the website.

• Inbound Links: The inbound link is a hyperlink placed on other websites that point to or navigates to your website. The search engines make use of inbound links to rank the websites. So it is necessary to make certain that the websites providing inbound links to your website have high rankings with sizable traffic.

• Keyword Density: This gives an idea of the number of times a particular keyword is used in the content of your website. Keyword density is an important factor to determine if a web page is relevant to a specified keyword.

• Content in a Website: The content in a website is the most important aspect for search-engine rankings. Having quality content in the websites, which is optimised with relevant keywords, ultimately makes the website valuable to the visitors and the search engines as well.

The whole cycle is described as follows:

1. Crawling

The Web search engines make use of a Crawler or Spider that crawls the website content. The Web Crawler is a software that browses the World Wide Web in a systematic manner as a basis for web indexing. The crawler doesn’t check every day that if a page is updated or if the new page is added. Sometimes the crawler won’t visit a web page for months. The Web crawlers usually copy all the visited pages so that they can be later processed by a search engine. It also lists pages that have been downloaded, enabling the users to search efficiently.

2. Indexing

After crawling the content, the Spider stores a particular page in a database. An index is another name used by a search engine for a database. It consists of all the information on all the web pages or websites that the search engine was able to browse. A particular web page or content can be retrieved from the database by using a keyword or a related search string. In case the website is not in the search engine’s index, then users won’t be able to find it using the search engine. Correct optimisation of the page also needs to be done for the search engine to understand the page content.

3. Search Engine Algorithms

Just as the keywords, the search engine algorithms are important and unique to every search engine. A search engine algorithm comprises of a set of rules or a unique formula that is used to define the significance of a web page. These sets of rules determine whether the web page is genuine or spam and whether it contains relevant content proving useful to the users in order to have a search-engine result page, which is organised and informative. The three types of search algorithms are on-site, off-site, and whole-site algorithms.

4. Retrieving

Once the search engine understands the intended content of the user, it retrieves a group of documents, which it finds relevant to that intended content. This process is quite complicated with the search extending to many different servers and indexes. The simplest way of achieving this is by retrieving a list of existing documents that contain a group of words or keywords aligning to the core concept of the query.

Typical benefits of SEO are as follows:

• SEOs maintain a top position in the search-engine result pages, which ultimately leads to an increase in significant traffic for your websites.

• For either the eCommerce or non-eCommerce websites, SEOs provide results that are perceptible and trackable; also, there are no apprehensions when it comes to ROI.

• SEO proves to be one of the most cost-effective marketing strategies.

• SEO simultaneously helps both the search engines and users, by making it easier for the search engines to navigate through your site, and it also makes your site more navigable for the users.


How best SEO expert in India define Search Engine Optimization (SEO) ?

How best SEO expert in India define Search Engine Optimization (SEO)  ?

Best SEO expert in India says SEO is a marketing discipline focused on growing visibility in organic (non-paid) search engine results. SEO encompasses both the technical and creative elements required to improve rankings, drive traffic, and increase awareness in search engines. There are many aspects to SEO, from the words on your page to the way other sites link to you on the web. Sometimes SEO is simply a matter of making sure your site is structured in a way that search engines understand.

SEO isn’t just about building search engine-friendly websites. It’s about making your site better for people too. At Moz we believe these principles go hand-in-hand.

This guide is designed to describe all areas of SEO—from finding the terms and phrases (keywords) that generate traffic to your website, to making your site friendly to search engines, to building links and marketing the unique value of your site. If you are confused about this stuff, you are not alone, and we’re here to help.

Why does your website need SEO ?

Best SEO expert in India :- The majority of web traffic is driven by the major commercial search engines, GoogleBing, and Yahoo!. Although social media and other types of traffic can generate visits to your website, search engines are the primary method of navigation for most Internet users. This is true whether your site provides content, services, products, information, or just about anything else.

Search engines are unique in that they provide targeted traffic—people looking for what you offer. Search engines are the roadways that make this happen. If search engines cannot find your site, or add your content to their databases, you miss out on incredible opportunities to drive traffic to your site.

Search queries—the words that users type into the search box—carry extraordinary value. Experience has shown that search engine traffic can make (or break) an organization’s success. Targeted traffic to a website can provide publicity, revenue, and exposure like no other channel of marketing. Investing in SEO can have an exceptional rate of return compared to other types of marketing and promotion.


SEO Trends to Look Out For in 2017 by best SEO expert in India

SEO Trends to Look Out For in 2017 by best SEO expert in India

Technology always plays an important role be it any industry. The world of SEOs is also caught in the surge as businesses use any and every tool at their disposal to gain the maximum market share and fight their way through the competition. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the lifeline of every business as oxygen to a human being. The arena of SEO keeps on changing like a maze- the search patterns, keywords, and the algorithms are always shifting their places, so one cannot claim to be the master of SEO, the learning is a never ending process here.

With this article, we would like to shed some light on the trends that may be observed by the SEO expert Today Infotech

Mobile-First will be given priority

As an SEO you will agree that mobile optimization is already given a lot of importance at present. To fuel this move, Google’s announcement that mobile searches have surpassed desktop searches made it clear that mobile search is ascending. Google has announced its mobile-first index and thus, mobile websites content will be indexed first. This will increase the need to make mobile friendly websites with engaging content for mobile versions.

Voice Searches

It’s the future; it lets you do the task without depending on any physical attributes as you just need to give a voice command. In 2017, the people behind the success of voice search will be eager to make more progress in this field, to push it more from simple pattern of recognition to more understanding. We have already witnessed massive improvements in Google Now, Siri and Cortana. The Google assistant that has been inbuilt into Pixel by Google is one such example of the immense growth this segment will encounter. With the development of this, more and more people are expected to use voice search. So, it will be important to understand the phrases people use for voice searches as they are indeed not the way we make a search with typing.

If Content is the King, Video Content will be the Emperor

Of late it has been observed that video content is on the rise now, Google has been doing various experiments with video ads. So, you can say 2017 will see the growth in this segment too. Though you should not force videos into your content, little experiment with video content is surely advisable.

Let’s talk about the many You Tubers who are giving many bright business minds a run for their money, fun fact they don’t even sell products. Though written content is also doing great, we should not underrate the power of video content which is the future of the industry. Start with webinars, step-by-step tutorials, Q&As and some more to see the results by your own.

User Experience Will Always Matter

Google has also diverted the SEO expert community’s attention to UEO (User Experience Optimization). The expectations of an average user have gone beyond navigation and load time. Also, today the success of your website depends on low bounce rate and high average time spent on the page by the user.

Here, structured data plays a pivotal role. What it basically does is gives a rich context of the website, making it easier to understand and helping the websites get better SERP rankings.


The incessant flux of Google algorithm changes and various updates are enough to give a whiplash to any SEO expert. So, as we go further in the entrepreneurial journey, the task of the SEO becomes challenging for the year 2017 as the experts need to watch out for the aforementioned SEO trends.


Freelance SEO Experts

Freelance SEO Experts

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO):-

Do you know what is SEO ? … If no then learn SEO hereby best SEO expert in India.


SEO is an abbreviation of three words Search Engine Optimisation. SEO is an important part of Digital Marketing.

By doing SEO, We can improve search engine (GoogleBingYahoo etc. ) ranking of any website at affordable prices.  “SEO is a technique which helps search engines find and rank your site higher than the millions of other sites in response to a search query. SEO thus helps you get traffic from search engines.”

Types of SEO – (1) Onpage SEO (2) Offpage SEO .

Types of SEO according to algorithm – (1) White Hat SEO (2) Black Hat SEO and (3) Grey Hat SEO.

We should not do Blackhat SEO because Search Engine can penalize our website because black hat SEO is just opposite of Search Engine’s needs. I do always White Hat SEO.

1. How Search Engines Work

In SEO, a Search engine for which we are working is our God. As we can say Google is God for all websites. If Google thinks the website is good then Google gives good ranking and if Google thinks the website is bad then website have lower ranking So we should understand Google Algorithm very well and should do good work as our search engine wants.

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 – crawlingindexingprocessingcalculating 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.




When I’m asked what I do for a living, I debate in my head how to answer the question. Should I say: “I’m an SEO” and wait for the inevitably confused look?

Perhaps I should go with my wife’s answer, instead: “He organizes the internet to get high rankings on Google.” You have to admit, anyone who can organize the internet is probably pretty cool.

Should I keep my answers brief, or should I take a little time and educate them about the awesomeness of SEO?

Many professionals in this industry still find it challenging to explain to someone in a different field exactly what they do. Then again, when my wife, a nurse, comes home and tries to share stories and challenges from her day, I feel like she’s speaking a foreign language. So maybe it’s the same for any profession.

In the SEO industry, however, communication and clarity are important . Hopefully, I can clearly answer the question: “What is an SEO Specialist?”

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) helps people find products and information on search engines like Google and Bing. An SEO specialist, then, researchers and analyzes the trends and best practices online to develop and implement strategies that improve search results.

The overall goal is to increase the level of traffic to a website by using keywords and keyword topics to improve the user experience and meet search engine guidelines.

Search engines, however, are always changing. And SEO specialists have to keep up. Let’s think about what exactly we mean by this.

Consider, for example, a search for the keyword: “SEO.”

Back in the day, the search results looked something like this:


At the time (2011ish) SEO ranked third in the search results. You’ll also notice that aside from Google’s own entry and Wikipedia’s definition, the other results are all SEO companies.

These days, the results are a bit different for the same search. Now, this is what it looks like above the fold:

Do you see a theme with these results? Some kind of trend that suggests the type of results Google wants to deliver for that keyword?

That’s right. Currently, there is only one agency showing up in the top ten organic results. (For what it’s worth, we currently rank #11.) Instead, you get a lot of beginners’ guides to SEO, how-tos, and definitions.

Google learned that when people search for the term “SEO,” they were more likely to click on information over a list of services. So, eventually, the algorithm changed to incorporate this behavior, and now it delivers the types of results it believes the keyword is really asking for.

An SEO specialist needs to be able to spot these trends, understand what they mean, and develop strategies that work within them. (In our case, we’re working on a massive guide to SEO that will be published soon. Stay tuned for that.)

Doing the Job

There are literally hundreds of factors that contribute to your final rankings. On top of that, it can be hard to determine what kinds of trends Google may associate with your chosen keywords.

The job of an SEO specialist doesn’t stop with a couple of website tweaks and a few links scattered around the internet. Instead, the specialist has to be on the ball, constantly looking for trends like those noted above and finding new ways to maximize website traffic.

(And by “maximize” we don’t just mean increase the numbers. We mean finding people who are ready to convert and do business with you.)

Optimizing your website for search engines involves being aware of these factors and implementing the right strategies. However, as the search engines change, an SEO can’t rely on the same old activities forever. Modern SEO is about so much more than keywords and meta tags.

There are a lot of factors that an SEO specialist must deal with, and that means they need a wide range of skills. If we were to break it down to the basics, though, you could say that a specialist should understand:

The daily routine for someone working in SEO could include a combination of any of these activities, which means that a true specialist has to have a broad skill set and be willing to always learn more.

Still want to know more? Talk to a specialist. We’ll be happy to provide more details


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Today infotech is a custom web page design and web page development company with a solid reputation, history, and expansive skill-set. We consistently deliver creative, scalable web page designs and solutions that reflect the personality, needs, and vision of our clients. The success of your online and offline branding, communications and marketing strategy is, and always will be our goal.

Today Infotech offers professional, web page solutions to clients who require:

What counts is the range of care we provide throughout the process. We provide an ongoing web consulting process that will clearly identify your requirements, your need for having a web page and produce a final product that fits. Then, we stay. When you have further needs, when your site needs to be updated, improved, or when your business model changes, we are always at your side.

Harness the power of the Internet, streamline in-house operations, and get dynamic web page design and Graphic Design products and services tailored to your needs.

We invite you to look through our web development portfolio, explore our list of clients, and browse through our site. While there is much to learn from our list of website design and development services, what really matters is how we’ve put it into practice. So if after giving it a look you decide that we are a good match, please contact our sales department and we will help move you into a new and improved World Wide Web experience.

If you are ready to build your brand, sell your products, advocate your cause, communicate with your members or just take a stand, is ready to take you there. Contact us to set up a free consultation. We will help you learn more about what you want and why you want it, and in the process demonstrate why Today infotech is the best company to get you on the Web.


How to find the best e-commerce company with the best shopping cart online.

The best e-commerce company, and best shopping cart. What you need to know before hiring an e-commerce company.

1. You must know if the company is legitimate.

In today’s market there are many individuals who are calling themselves “e-commerce company”. Here are some tips to find out if they are for real or just a one man show calling himself/herself e-commerce company.

  • The most important thing is appearance. Take a look at their own website. Be the judge yourself, if the company’s website looks like a template website, this is a NO, NO.
  • A phone number. If their own website does not have a phone number… run away. I have seen several people not even caring if the company has a phone number or not. This is easily the most common mistake you can make.
  • Shopping Cart. This is a little bit technical, you need to know if the company is using an open source shopping cart or if they are using a custom made shopping cart. This is a little bit tricky to find out. But here are some pointers.
  • The company gives you limitations on the shopping cart.
  • You are able to upload only one or just a few images of the product.
  • Ask them to show you their work. Take time on this and listen to the sales person most of the time he/she will make a mistake.
  • Ask how many years they have been in business.
  • The most important. Go with your gut, if you are hesitating just a little bit, DON’T DO IT!!! Find someone else.

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