View Full Version : Site review appreciated: www.valoce.com
07-19-2004, 04:44 PM
Hi all, I'm needing some help optimizing my site. Can you give me any pointers. Thank you and take care!
07-19-2004, 04:47 PM
Why don't you start by telling us what you've done for SEO so far - what's worked, what hasn't.
Then i'm sure that people will be more willing to give you help with your optimization.
07-19-2004, 08:48 PM
first I would change your title tag to specify terms you would like to show for, however you are an SEO service you already know that right.
Know pun intended...
07-19-2004, 08:49 PM
sorry but you also have dead links on this page
Spammer link removed
07-20-2004, 12:17 AM
what a joke lol
Perhaps you should read the forum rules
"#9. No links in your signature that point to websites that are either under construction, useless adspace plastered websites or promote spamming of any kind, such as bulk emailing, millions of hits for $50 or things of that nature. I want my users to find something helpful in your sig links, they arent there to pass PR or spam for backlinks."
Your site qualifies as "millions of hits for $50" this site is for real seo enthusiasts not spammers, I suggest you leave
07-20-2004, 06:11 AM
Well, I have started google and overture advertising campaigns, but I think they are not very effective. There are also quite a few people offering links at PR5 and PR7 pages, but I am not sure how many cycles it will take to get listed decently in google. There was a guy on ebay selling a guaranteed (within 24 hours) google listing for about $30 or so. But when you sign up for Adwords doesn't it list it in google, at least where when you type in the website name it will show simply a link to the website and nothing more. Please let me know about this, as the guy had sold this many times on ebay, and if it is as simple as opening an adword account for that site ($5) then he's making $25 a pop for doing nothing. Doesn't seem right :)
Anyhow, sorry about the signitature last time
07-20-2004, 07:22 AM
if u r talking about adwords - that will be 5$ for registration + x.xx $ (your bid) for every click (u can monitor the overall daily ppc budget per term). from my point of view you will be competing on highly priced and very targeted kw, keyphrase and terms - so U should be prepared (in order to get some decent traffic) to pay more than 30$, daily.
BUT - 1st of all you should work your site a little - handle the titles on the different pages, fix broken links and as the guy said - stop appearing like a spammer...there are many link brokers and with no offend - your site does not look like a serious one.
the SEO tutorial (http://www.seo-guy.com/tutorial.html) would be a good start, there's a lot work to do.
07-20-2004, 12:37 PM
I guess what I what I was asking is the following. A few weeks ago I saw an auction on eBay where the seller guaranteed a placement in the Google's main index within 24 hours, for a price of $30. How did he do this, because Google crawls your site earliest 2 weeks? Anyhow, when I signed up for Google Adwords, I noticed that my site was indexed by Google as a main page, not advertised page within 10 hours. So I connect the dots and ask: Is this how that guy was 'indexing' his client's page within 24 hours. It doesn't index properly, just the website url shows up.
07-20-2004, 12:55 PM
from my experience by now adwords won't contibute to your ORGANIC RESULTS, definitely not in the middle/long run.
do you have a link or a description of this guy's offer? sounds a bit spooky...
maybe he is just givig U 1-2 BL'S, spreading 2-3 suggestion on your on-site need to sew job and brings results on laim keyphrases / your business name ?
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