What is SEO?

Optimizing your website/web pages according to search engine algorithms, in order to rank higher in search engine organic listings.

Abacus Desk SEO team strategies can help your website get top rankings through a strategic plan of research, planning, and programming. We are specialists in optimizing your website ground up. Our SEO experts also ensure that the input is continually monitored and analyzed to get top placements on major search engines.

We will meet your team to discuss and understand your online business goals, gain information about competitors and to chalk out an SEO campaign that is customized for your business requirements. We are very proud of our ethical SEO practices. Our innovative SEO strategies will ensure that your website rankings will rank right at the top of SERPS for popular keywords and key phrases.

It doesn’t matter whether you are starting up or not, our strategy is to see on the top anyhow? For which our team works with excellence, smart work, and techniques.

Key Strategies :

1. Visibility: It means to make you visible in your target market, i.e let the people know you exist in the market. Indexing is the process done to get you visible. Indexing is a process of capturing keywords, domain name, and links by the action of automated scripts known as Google bots, crawlers, spiders or robots etc.

2. Bringing Targeted traffic: Traffic is the people visited your website. But our Strategy is to bring targeted traffic i.r people who really interested in your product or services.

3. Engagement: Make your website looks so visual, which forced the user to spend quality time on your webpage. It covers content and designing which are two legs of SEO.

Apart from that our team push your website by going beyond the page called off-page SEO. In this we bought backlinks from high authority website, wrote articles for your website, webmaster tool, performing analytic’s etc to know where we are lacking and re-market your website accordingly.

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Dave Powers, Associate Information Consultant, Eli Lilly and Company.