Project key points
Development and Implementation of Website, Ongoing Maintenance, Web Design Support and Development. Website Search Engine Optimisation, Google & Bing Engine website...
Project key points
Performed full Audit on the I.T infrastructure used at 400Gradi, a full assessment was supplied and reviewed with key actions to follow upon this. On going Web Design Support...
Onyx is business which specialises in Blinds, Screens and Shutters. Onyx had performed a major re brand and came to us to develop a new website which required to be kept inline with the business...
Iris Dental is a dental clinic located in Melbourne Victoria, Point Cook. Iris Dental engaged ITCorp to redesign a new site to improve the online image with also helping generating online traffic to...
Melbourne AirConditioning & Heating
Melbourne AirConditioning came to us looking for a new look and website as they moved into a new market. They focused on providing custom air domestic and commercial installations with also...
Cambria Pallets contacted IT Corp to take over their existing site with performing some minor updates and changes. The site was copied onto IT Corp servers which is where its being hosted. IT Corp...
Have you ever received that unsolicited email or phone call from a random ‘professional’ SEO company who promises to register your website with over 250 search engines in order to boost your website’s ranking?
Such deceptive SEO offers are becoming more and more common these days. Below we have highlighted a few of the tell-tale signs which almost guarantee that the company you’re communicating with is probably a fake or scam.
Sign #1 – We’ll Register You with 250 Search Engines
Please be aware, you do not need to register yourself with 250 odd search engines! Sounds pretty awesome, but the fact is there are just a handful of search engines that actually matter. As long as you’re registered with these 3 – 4 search engines big search engines you are good to go.
Sign #2 – Your Website is Now Search-Engine Ready!
Don’t fall for this line. ALL WEBSITES ARE SEARCH ENGINE READY! What they are trying to tell you is that your website is now ready to be crawled by search engines… but as long as you have a website which is hosted, it is automatically ready to be crawled.
Sign #3 – You Must Register Your Site to Get Good Rankings!
True, it is good practice to register your site with a major search engine. However, registering alone will NOT improve your rankings. In order to get good rankings, you must have quality content and there must be some high quality links pointing towards your website… this is what Google consistently looks for.
Furthermore, even if you didn’t bother to register your site, as long as there are a few good links pointing to it, search engines like Google would definitely locate your site soon enough and index it.
Sign #4 – Registering Your Site is Super-Duper Complicated!
No, it isn’t. Try it… It’s actually pretty simple.
Sign #5 – We’ll Submit Your Site Every Month to the Same Search Engines!
This is just silly. Once your site has been indexed by a search engine, they will regularly come back to crawl your site. You do not have to do anything on a monthly basis. Just keep posting great content which attracts great links.
Sign #6 – Unsolicited Contact
Be extremely careful if random companies who you have never heard of contact you about SEO services. This is definitely a red flag. Google even warns people about such offers: Be wary of SEO firms and web consultants or agencies that send you email out of the blue.
Amazingly, we get these spam emails too:
“Dear google.com, I visited your website and noticed that you are not listed in most of the major
search engines and directories…”
Reserve the same skepticism for unsolicited email about search engines as you do for “burn fat at night” diet pills or requests to help transfer funds from deposed dictators.
Sign #7 – No Phone Number, Email or Other Contact
Did you get an automated phone call? Or when you went to their website you couldn’t find any phone number to contact them at? No one to speak to directly?
This is almost a guarantee that the company (or person) contacting you is a fraudster. Ignore them!
Do you have any other recommendations for how to tell if you’ve been contacted by a scam SEO company? Please tell us in the comments below!
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