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Handle SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) Campaign for a website for 10-15 keywords

We will handle SEO & SMO Campaign for a website for 10-15 keywords.


Below are the activities we will cover in SEO services.

10 Keywords Optimization
• Initial Review & Analysis
• Website Analysis
• Content Duplicacy Check
• Initial Backlinks analysis
• Google Penalty Check
• Competition Analysis
• Keyword Research

On Page Optimization
• Title Tags Optimization
• META Tags Optimization
• Content Optimization
• Page Speed Optimization
• HTML Code Optimization
• Internal Linking Optimization
• Heading Tags Optimization
• Canonicalization/301 Redirect
• WebPage Load Optimization
• Schema Markup Implementation
• Images Optimization
• Hyperlink Optimization
• Robots.txt Creation/Optimization
• Sitemap Creation
• Google Webmaster Tools Setup
• Bing Webmaster Tools Setup
• Google Analytics Setup & Integration

Off-page optimisation
• Content Marketing & Link Building
• Search Engine Submissions
• 4 Blogs Writing
• 8 Blog Posting Links
• 10 Blogs Social Bookmarking Links
• 1 Press Release Writing
• 10 Press Release Links
• 2 Guest Blogging Links
• Local Optimization
• Google Business Page Creation
• Bing Local Listing Creation
• Pages Updation & Schema Integration
• Classified Submissions
• Social Media Marketing
• 20 Social Bookmarking
• Twitter Account Setup
• Google+ Account Setup
• 3 Unique Social Media Posting
• Video Marketing
• Youtube Account Setup
• Vimeo Account Setup
• Dailymotion Account Setup


What are keywords?

When you need to search something in search engine, you type some words that describe what you wanted to search. For example: If you want to find out the good travel agency, you may type “Best travel agency” in the search box. These words and phrases are known as keywords. Once you type the keyword then the search engine will display list of websites that are related with those keywords used. If you are developing a website for your business, you should be ensured that whenever your customers will search for the relevant keywords, your website appear as earlier as possible in the list of search results. This is what Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is all about.
How are keywords used in your business website? You need to research for keywords first, then identify the keyword and then use those keywords in your website contents. You should remember following while using words as your keyword:
  •  Concentrate on what keywords your potential customers are likely to be using
  • Don’t select many keywords, focus on few keywords per page
  • analyze what your competitors are doing
  • choose the right keyword
As far as useful keywords are concerned, you need to think the way potential customers are likely to think. For example, suppose you have developed amazing new yacht paint – Wonder stuff. You could use that as a keyword for one of your web pages, making it clear that the page is about Wonder stuff. But, your customer might not think the same way. They may even be unaware of your wonder stuff. They might search it as “long lasting paint” or “waterproof paint” so these are the sort of keywords you should be thinking of using.
You should aim to create individual web pages that are clearly relevant for just a handful of keywords. Simply stuffing every keyword you can think of into your content doesn’t work – you end up with poor quality content, and may well find your web pages are penalized by search engines if they think you’re trying to cheat the system.
All your competitors are doing SEO on their websites too – and some may have bigger budgets than you. Trying to compete for single keywords is probably hopeless (and less likely to deliver customers who are interested in what you specifically have to offer). Instead of just choosing one word, its better you choose a phrase that your customer are likely to type for searching similar kind of service you provide.

5 reasons businesses need live chat

Great customer support can be summed up in one goal: make it easy for customers to get their problem solved quickly and painlessly. Out of all the customer support channels available—phone, email, social or chat—live chat is by far the fastest, simplest and least obtrusive. So it is no surprise that nearly a third of consumers now expect live chat to be available for contacting a business.


1. Conversations lead to conversions

Live chat does more than provide on-demand support—it converts customers. A whopping 77 percent of online shoppers want to contact a real person before buying. When combined with customized triggers and real-time visitor monitoring, proactive chats are a powerful measure against shopping cart abandonment. Especially for the 55 percent of customers who are likely to abandon their online purchase if they cannot find a quick answer to their question. Additionally, recent Forrester research found that 44 percent of consumers said that having a live person answer their questions while they were in the middle of an online purchase was one of the most important features a website could offer.

2. Live chat increases agent efficiency

When agents are empowered to handle multiple customer conversations at once, they’re able to resolve several issues concurrently, rather than being forced to handle one call at a time. Chat agents can engage in as many as six simultaneous chats, depending on the complexity of the issues involved.
Additionally, with the use of triggers, agents can save on repetitive typing by setting up time-saving shortcuts like automatic greetings for customer on the site longer than 30 seconds or personalized messages activated by customer behavior such as lingering on a single product or pricing page.

3. Your support team gets more support

Agents can chat each other with helpful tips at the same time they are serving your customers. That means issues are resolved more efficiently because of internal knowledge sharing. If your business offers multiple product lines, you can also set up triggers that will automatically route your customers to the agents specializing in that product before they even start to chat—saving both your agents and customers effort.
Unlike email, chat also allows for in-the-moment support to upset customers. An agent can quickly assist a disgruntled customer via chat before the issue escalates or extends to more public channels like social media—with voice or email support, this opportunity could be lost.
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4. More customer insights at your fingertips

Get to know your customers better with data provided by live chat software. Live chat delivers valuable data about customer behavior, location, and devices which can help target your marketing and support efforts.
Live chat also offers an additional channel for collecting customer feedback and a valuable opportunity to ask visitors pointed questions to help you identify the best sales approach. It’s an easy and inexpensive way for visitors to evaluate their experience and offer suggestions for improving your customer service.

5. Increased marketing opportunities

Everyone appreciates being noticed as an individual—online shoppers are no different. As a marketing tool, chat offers new opportunities to push out targeted incentives and offers. By using triggers or alerts that indicate when a VIP or repeat customer arrives on your website, agents can make more relevant marketing offers via live chat.