If it sounds too good to be true it possibly is.

If you search for a phrase ‘Christchurch New Zealand’ you are bound to get thousands of results.
On that basis how can everyone rank on the first page?

There are a lot of SCAMS out there promising you number one spot.

Here is what to Avoid

  • Firms promising you No one spot
  • Firms sending unsolicited emails
  • Firms ringing you about ranking
  • Firms representing Google.
  • Firms who ask for full money up front
  • Firms that have a Gmail/Hotmail or Yahoo email address
    (means they can’t be traced)
  • Emails asking you to renew you SEO registration
  • I have seen this happen many times with clients, where the promise sounds good, and the results are a disaster.

There are reliable companies who are involved with SEO – it pays to be careful especially when people contact you making promises they can’t keep.

Even Google have received these emails

“Dear google.com,
I visited your website and noticed that you are not listed in most of the major search engines and directories…”

Advice from Google

 


 December 14th, 2015