Monday, October 14, 2013

David Sammon SEO - Aim For Longevity

When you are building a website for the purpose of SEO traffic, the last thing you should do is aim for something that is short term. You could invest hundreds of hours into designing and coding your website, the last thing you want to do is give your website a penalty. I've been doing SEO since 2002 and many customers are only geared towards results without any regard for how its achieved.

As an SEO provider, I tend to see more damaged websites come in the door than anything since the Panda, Penguin algorithm update. Many webmasters take link building into their own hands without any knowledge of link velocity, duplicate content, ip and domain diversity, or the type of links used. A damaged website due to SEO can cost thousands of dollars to repair depending on the extent of damage.

Reach Out To David Sammon For Your SEO Today

Don't risk the future of your business and website on any potential SEO damage that you could be doing to your website at this very second. Take a moment and reach out to David Sammon to go over your options. David can help go over your plans for growth and evaluate the keywords you're interested in appearing on the first page of Google for.

Its 100% your responsibility as a webmaster to inform your SEO provider of any previous SEO work done to your website. Failure to disclose previous SEO work can make it nearly impossible to repair your website and give you back the previous rank that you once had. Contact me today to discuss all aspects of your website today!

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