Thursday, October 8, 2015
SEO Prices - Singapore
The importance of SEO cannot be understated. Without traffic, any business website is a wasted expense. At CW Fong & Associates (CWFA), we have come across businesses that had spent over USD10,000 to create a stunning website. But when we ask how much they spent on SEO, the answer was nothing and that they now had no money left over for it.
Unfortunately, SEO cannot be automated. This is because search engines like Google and Yahoo! constantly adjust their search algorithm to ensure that their portals organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful to the user. Implied in this, is the adjustments to keep people from gaming the system. Thus, even as the price of RAM, memory space and hardware drop, successful SEO requires human intervention and it is one of the few IT related product and services that have not reduced in price over the years.
At CWFA, we work closely with our partners from around the world to deliver not only the most effective SEO services, but we also work with our partners to ensure that our clients receive the best value for money.
Our Website Optimization package costs only $2,400 and we guarantee page one ranking (on Google and other major search engines) for at least 5 out of 10 selected keywords within 3 months. If we fail to deliver, you will get a full refund of any fees paid. Our guarantee is unique as other SEO service providers may take more time to achieve page 1 ranking and they do not guarantee first page ranking.
If you are keen to understand how SEO can benefit your business, email anna[a]cwfongandassociates.com
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