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My name is Xxxx, I'm a Search Specialist and was doing research for another client when I came across your site.
I wanted to share a few major issues I discovered that are currently harming your website search rankings:
• There are several 'bad' links pointing to your website. You can confirm this by searching your website on the major search engines search boxes - Google, Yahoo & Bing. You can simply search by inputting your link:
• Your website has multiple undesirable technical errors such as HTML errors, broken links, missing image alt tags etc. Confirm this by searching your domain or website URL on validator.w3.org,brokenlinkcheck.com,feedthebot.com/tools/alt/
• Duplicate content has been found which can be adversely affecting your website. You can confirm this at copyscape.com
• The number of high quality and/or authoritative links pointing to your site is extremely low. You can confirm this by visiting ahrefs.com
We can help you fix these issues and get your website ranking on the 1st page of Google!
Let me know if you are interested and I'll send you a proposal with our prices, SEO strategy for , and results we have achieved for other clients. Sounds interesting? Feel free to ask questions or you can provide your phone number for me to call you.
But will they translate it into Hindi, is the question.ReplyDelete
The duplicate content is a feature, not a bug.ReplyDelete
Needy Nigerian princes will never find this site unless you ACT NOW.ReplyDelete
There are several 'bad' links pointing to your website.ReplyDelete
How 'bad' are they? Got any pictures?
Your website has multiple undesirable technical errors...
You're leaving the question begging that these errors are in fact undesirable. My mommy says everything I do is the best thing in the world.
Duplicate content has been found...
As already stated: feature, not bug.
The number of high quality and/or authoritative links pointing to your site is extremely low.
Well, yes, we've noticed that those who've linked to this site have had rather low-quality, unauthoritative arguments. But more on this 'authoritative' thing. Can we flip some of those 'bad' links into 'bad, authoritative' links? That would be kind of fun. Got any pictures? I'm thinking scowling schoolmarms manacingly clutching rulers with captions to the effect of we're not going out for recess today. Our heads were on our desks and she told us to close our eyes, but I peeked.