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Why Is SEO Important For Your Website (Business)

You will probably agree with us that people today do not search for products and services in the Yellow Pages (YP will stop being printed from January 2019; "Finally Killed Off By The Internet" (Guardian)) or Thompson Local; no they search on the internet either on a desktop computer or increasingly on a mobile phone.

Just ask yourself how you search for information, products and services, were confident that it’s on your smart phone or computer.

And this is exactly how your clients will or will not find you, when they are looking for your products and services.

So if a business cannot be easily found on the internet (mobile phone) when their customers (existing and new) are searching for their products and services, then they will find your competitors and place the business with them instead of with you.

We can help you dominate your business environment on the search engines of Google, Bing, Yahoo, YouTube and Social Media for example Twitter and Facebook.

This will increase your Brand Awareness, Customer Acquisition, Sales, Revenues and Profits.

We are passionate about SEO and helping our clients to achieve Market Domination with their online presence. From Websites to Social Media we help our clients “Crush It” increasing their Brand Awareness, Customer Acquisition, Sales, Revenues and Profits, and we can do the same for your company.

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On Page SEO Website Optimization

On Page SEO Website Optimization

On Page SEO is the beginning of the SEO process of optimizing your website for Ranking.

Now hear us here. It may be the beginning but it will make your life easier if you follow what you learn in this guide as closely as you can. The more on-page SEO your website has the easier it will be to get those page ranking where your existing and potential clients can find you and buy your products and services.

On-page SEO is the foundation on which ALL other SEO builds upon. Ignore this as your peril.

Our Work At SEO Hong Kong Ensures Total Market Domination For Our Clients

The Most Common Issue That Is Holding People Back From Ranking Is On-page SEO

You may have attended to some of the other off-page SEO Critical Success Factors (CSF) for example:

However you will be constantly running up hill if your on-page SEO is poor and you will probably be trapped on page 2.

An analogy is this.

You are a formula one racing team.

You use the best upto date petrol (your off-page SEO) available but your racing car (your on-page SEO) is 10 years old, receives no servicing and your mechanics were trained 15 years ago and have undertaken no more training since.

If you do not build a good upto date racing car with skilled mechanics and regular servicing, your racing car simply is not going to go anywhere despite whatever else you do to get it going.

So without upto date on-page SEO as prescribed by SEOs who are at the forefront of the SEO knowledge base and implementing prescribed regular updates to your site; your site is going to rank on page 677 of Google or at best on page 2.

Got it.

What You Will Find In This On-Page SEO Guide

This is an intermediate guide. You should know your way around WordPress, plug-ins, metas, HTML etc. This Guide is for those that need the latest information, that will give them that final push to get onto page 1.

What you will find is specific guidelines and techniques for optimizing your site on-page content according to the real google rankings

On-Page META Data Optimization

What Is A Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) 

A URL is a URI. A URL is one type of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI); the generic term for all types of names and addresses that refer to objects on the World Wide Web (WWW).

The term “Web address” is a synonym for a URL that uses the HTTP or HTTPS protocol for example a web address is http://jones.com (a root domain) or www.jones.com (a sub-domain) or more completely (correctly) http://www.jones.com (a complete URL web site address).

Wherever possible we recommend using root domains http:// and not sub-domains www.

Web Site Domains

Where possible use an Exact Match Domain for your money site.

It may mean that you have to be more cautious with your Keyword ratios and anchor text but it is an important signal to Google (and your audience) as to what your site is about. Here then the benefits out-way the negatives.

What Is An Exact Match Domain (EMD)

An Exact Match Domain (EMD) uses the exact keyword for the domain name.

In this Guide, we will use the familiar “cat training” keyword example to illustrate our points.

In our example the EMD would be http://.cattraining.com, http://cat-training.com, or some variation thereof (note always use the root URL and not the sub-domain www.).

It has been reported that the value of EMDs have been devalued by Google.

We believe that EMDs still work and add value by offering an unfair advantage in site ranking by having the keywords in the URL (more on this later). However, they have a much higher chance of getting hit with over-optimization problems, so be careful with your keyword ratios and anchor text.

We have a choice here and we prefer EMDs and PMDs (Partial Matched Domains – see below). The ranking value is just too good to ignore and we have found that it’s still quite hard to get hit with over-optimization penalties when you are choosing anchor text correctly and in the correct ratio.

Something to consider if you are not building a “Branded Site” for a client for example jones.com. Consider making a PMD and EMD site in parallel, especially if you’re a beginner.

Making parallel “associated sites” helps you minimize the risk of a penalty for example perhaps only one site may be affected. With the best case scenario being that you rank multiple sites on the first page and dominate the keyword / page ranking.

What Is A Partial Match Domain (PMD)

A Partial Match Domain (PMD) uses the target keywords, but adds additional words between or around them for example mycattrainingguide.com or trainingyourcat.com or even topcat.com. Even having one word of the keyword phrase is enough to put you in the PMD category.

PMDs work very well today, as they were blessed with a little more leniency in the June 2014 Google updates. As of now, EMDs and PMDs are our preferred domain naming strategy. We use an EMD if it’s available, and a PMD if not.

Even at the inner-page level, we have noticed a significant advantage of partial match over exact match. Throw in an extra word in your inner-page naming and you will find it easier to rank over the exact.

For example:

PMD inner page: www.ilovemymoggy.com/training-your-cat GOOD

EMD inner page: www.ilovemymoggy.com/cat-training BAD

What Is A Branded Domain

Branded domains include none of the target keywords in the domain name.

All of the major domains that Google loves for example WebMD, Forbes, Amazon, Wikipedia are branded domains and are afforded the most latitude against penalization which then enables Branded anchor text from your links to be pointed at your site, which Google also loves.

Branded domains are great for a long term strategy. If you’re building a site for a real product and are looking to create some recognition, then this is the way to go. Brand domains are also recommended for beginners, where you might not have a fine grasp on the nuances of optimization.

You can have a branded domain homepage targeting your main keyword, even though it doesn’t contain the keyword itself in the URL and this is accomplished by taking advantage of the TITLE tag.

Optimizing On-page Title META

This is what goes into your <title></title> HTML. Also known as your Title Meta. Most people use the popular WordPress Plug-In’s for example “All-in-One SEO” or “Yoast” to create individual title’s for each page.

Back in the old days, people used to simply spam this field with their keywords. For example, “Cat Training Tips, Cat Training Guide, Learn How To Train Your Cat”.

Today, you want it to be readable (makes sense) to the user and you want to use the keywords sparingly (more on this later) and make sure to create a unique title for each page.

Description META Optimization

Same as the title meta. It’s filled out with the “All-in-One SEO” or “Yoast” plug in. Use a unique description for each page (more on this later).

Furthermore, using the techniques below, we have seen clients get incredible results, with sites jumping from page 6 to page 1, in a very short period of time (days not weeks) simply from following this Guide.

These days, it’s all about being subtle and not blatantly showing Google what you are trying to rank for. Also this strategy does not risk over-optimization and uses Google’s highly intelligent semantic “synonym association” to get Google to recognize your page’s relevance towards a specific topic.

Get Your Keyword Optimization In The URL

Get your keyword in the URL (once), but add an extra word or two. Use synonyms if possible, for example if a Branded Domain is targeting the keyword “cat training”.

GOOD: http://www.ilovemymoggy.com/cat-obedience-training (added an extra synonym)

BAD: http://www.ilovemymoggy.com/cat-training (don’t use the exact keyword in the URL)

Example: Partial Match Domain is going for target keyword “cat training

GOOD: http://www.catguides.com/how-to-train-your-kitten (“kitten” is a related word to “cat”)

BAD: http://www.catguides.com/how-to-train-your-cat (“cat” is used twice)

Get Your Keyword In The Page Title

Get your keyword in the Page Title (once), keeping the string together for the most part, and keep it at the front of the title tag.

GOOD: Cat Training Guide For Beginners | Obedience Tips And More

BAD: Cat Training – How To Train Your Cat – Cat Training Tips (“Cat Trainingis used twice)

META Description On-page Optimization

Use the description to increase the click through rate (CTR) as your primary goal. Just like the meta keywords, the description is also not considered in the Google’s ranking algorithm. However, meta descriptions do indirectly improve rankings because they can directly affect CTR, a key factor in ranking (the basis of search and click).

Don’t forget to be salesy: write your descriptions in a way that encourage people to click on your link for example:

  • Be descriptive about your page
  • Be persuasive
  • Make people curious
  • Cut the length down to 156 characters and add the word FREE of More as the last cut off word.

Example: These time tested cat training tips will work for any cat You will definitely want to check out our free

How To Optimize Your Keyword Meta Tag

Some SEOs advise not to use the keyword meta tag as Google doesn’t apply it to its ranking algorithm anymore, however we also want to rank for Bing and Yahoo so we sometimes include it.


Content otherwise known as the context is what goes into the body of the page: the bulk of the text that makes up the body page itself.

Here we discuss guidelines on what is working best in the content of your web pages.

Header Tags

Your <h1>, <h2> and <h3> tags are used to inform Google about the main topic(s) of your page.

Also in the past, these fields were spammed and abused as an easy way to tell Google what you wanted to rank for.

Using them today, we try to include your target keyword only once in one <h1> tag. And to try and make it a  part of a larger phrase, and not just the exact keyword.

Example: Cat Training Tips for Newbies

Remember each page should only have one <h1> tag. Most themes have it setup to automatically create a <h1> tag from your page title, so be sure that you do not create two.

Each <h1> tag can have other <h2> tags underneath it, and the <h3> tags go underneath those <h2> tags.

Example: Cat Training Tips for Newbies

  • House Breaking (Potty Obedience)
  • Kittens
  • Older Pets
  • Tricks
  • Sit
  • Shake
  • Roll-over

(note: in the above example, we still only use “cat” and “training” in the H1 Tag)

What About Ranking For Multiple Key Words

When it comes to on-page optimization, certain places are more valuable to have your keywords in than others. Based on our tests, and in the order of impact, from the most valuable keyword real-estate to the least valuable:

  1. URL
  2. SEO Title Tag (i.e.: <TITLE></TITLE>)
  3. H1 (i.e.: Page title)
  4. H2, H3
  5. Content

We can use this knowledge to our advantage, if we have multiple keywords that we want to target on a single page, which should typically always be the case.

Let’s say we have the following keywords we want to target on the homepage in order of importance:

  1. Cat Training
  2. Cat Obedience
  3. Cat School
  4. Litter Training For Cats
  5. Cat Ball Training

Lets start with our URL, making a branded domain, with an inner page targeting. How many keywords can we fit in the URL without looking spammy. The following URL covers our two most important keywords.

URL: http://felineexpert.com/cat-training-and-obedience

Now for the SEO title tag. Again, let’s try to get as many keywords as possible in there, remembering the rules we read about before.

SEO Title Tag: Cat Training And Obedience School | Feline Expert

Feline Expert is included in the Tile Tag for Branding purposes – not for generic ranking purposes.

Next comes our Page Title and we definitely will want to get our top keywords in here, and lets also try to include some of the words that we have not used so far. Additionally, we’ll use a synonym “Kittens” to get some semantic advantage.

Page Title: Cat Training School For Both Kittens And Adult Moggy

Whatever we cannot fit into the page tile, whether it’s because of length issues or if it’s just not making sense for our sales copy, we can fit on H2’s and H3’s.

H2: Litter Training

H2: Playing Ball With Your Cat

Lastly, in the event that we have a long list of keywords, make sure to put them in the content somewhere – see relevancy.

Furthermore, let’s say you’re trying to rank for the keywords “____ review” and “____ reviews”.

You will need to include both ‘review’ and ‘reviews’ somewhere on your page. If these are important keywords, then also definitely drop them in the URL, SEO Title Tag, or Page Title.

Content Word Count

SEOs debate over how many words per page is optimal. No one has the exact number, because it pertains on a per-niche and per-keyword basis. For example, pages in the Life Insurance niche, typically require more words per page to rank than others.

However, based on our testing experience and recent third party studies, the minimum amount of words you want on a page is:

  1. Regular page: 500+ words
  2. Web 2.0 page: 1000+ words

To be safe, we recommend writing any page you want to rank for with 1000+ words or more.

It’s just going to make your life easier. This however cannot always be achieved, especially if your site is highly graphical, so in those circumstances, stick to the minimum recommendations above.

Google is always looking for highly relevant content and for some niches this requires lengthy articles.

We at SEO Hong Kong have some pages at 22,000+ words with Video and Images and this alone helped us move our client’s site from page 2 to Page 1 on Google with no other actions.

Keyword Density

Keyword density / ratios is also niche specific, there is no magic formula or rule of thumb here.

However, today it is all about being subtle so you should be looking at keyword density as an under-optimization SEO effort.

Individual Words Of A Keyword Phrase Matter Too

Many people ask us to take a look at their site to see if they are over-optimized, for example they may only have “cat training” on their page 4 times, but “cat” is used 40 times and “training” is used 30 times. This has a Google Panda-penalty written all over it – but see below.

So keep keyword phrases down to only 2-3 occurrences: for example once in a <h tag> and 1-2 times in the body of the content on the page.

Also try to keep individual words (Keywords for example “cat”) down to less than 15 occurrences.

Remember to use synonyms for example Kitten to keep the relevancy and the Keyword number count down.  (The above recommendations are for a 500-word article).

However some Keywords can be used more than others if it appears “natural” – to Google.

For example a website for insurance products would use the word “insurance” often and quite naturally.

However if the company was based in say New York and it used a Keyword phrase “New York Life and Health Insurance” more than say 2-3 times (max on a 500 words page count) then the page / site has a Google Panda-penalty written all over it.

In summary be conservative and subtle; smaller natural keywords can be used more often than longer specific keywords but less is more here.


Synonyms are the most under-utilized tool in the on-page arsenal. You can and should use synonyms to establish relevance for a page without risking over-optimization.

In our cat training example, we can use the following words instead of “cat” and “training”:

  • Kitten
  • Tomcat
  • Tabby
  • Moggy
  • Obedience
  • Learning
  • Instruction

Since our page is targeting the Keyword “cat training”  we can use “moggy” and “instruction” as often as we wish. We do not care if we are over-optimized for these keywords because hardly anyone is searching for “moggy instruction.” But by using these words we are establishing a high degree of relevance for the page.

Authority Links

Authority Links are a very important and relevant way to establish extreme relevance for a page.

The way to do this is to link out to an authority page in your niche.

For example:

  1. A US tax accountant could link out to page articles on https://www.irs.gov/
  2. A health site could link out to page articles on http://www.webmd.com/
  3. General authority links can be found on page articles such as http://www.bbc.com/ http://edition.cnn.com/

Any “authority site” that is not a competitor with a Domain Authority (DA) of over 90 will be perfect.

The ranking benefits of linking to authority sites was has been tested and quantified in this study.

For our example, linking to a http://pets.webmd.com/cats/guide/kitten-training-tips article for “cat training” would be ideal.

Try and avoid Wikipedia for your authority links. This is what every other SEO uses and let’s remember that Google does not like SEOs, so lets not look like one. Always in SEO ask yourself; is what I am doing going to look natural – to Google.

For every page that you are trying to rank, throw up an authority link somewhere on that page, past the fold, as putting it anywhere above the fold increases the chance that the reader will actually click on it and leave your page (so always set to open links on a separate page, this also keeps your bounce rate low).

There is a lot of discussions in the SEO community about whether or not to make authority links dofollow or nofollow.

The nofollow school point of view is that they want to keep all their link juice on their site and refrain from leaking it off the page.

However this is not “natural”, so here at SEO Hong Kong we use dofollow authority links since the disadvantage of having doflollow authority link on the page would not be worth it.

If you are worried about ranking another page, simply link to an authority page (DA 90+) that is not a competitor, and/or does not rank higher than you already, and/or is not on the first page.


Like an authority link, embedding a YouTube video on your page further increases relevance for the page. Videos also increase on-page engagement time, another important metrics in Google’s ranking algorithm together with the increase in UX.

Remember Google loves Google, and Google owns YouTube.

  1. Just go to youtube.com
  2. Search for the video
  3. Go to share and look for embed – copy and paste into your page

Here is an example:

Google Map Embeds and Google My Business

Just as an authority link, embedding a YouTube video on your page increases relevance and authority to your page, so does embedding a Google map on your page – especially for Local SEO.

You can also embed the Google map in your footer so that it will appear on every page.

You will need a Google Business Listing (Google My Business (GMB)).

  1. Just go to Google Maps at maps.google.com
  2. Search your location / business
  3. Go to share and look for embed – copy and paste into your page

Here is an example:

Here is SEO Hong Kong’s Google My Business Listing

SEO Hong Kong Google My Business GMB

SEO Hong Kong Google My Business GMB

Providing and developing your Google My Business listing is essential for Local Businesses as our SEO Hong Kong Google My Business listing above demonstrates.

Just imagine YOUR business ranking at the TOP position on Google My Business in your business sector – what would it be worth to you in terms of your Brand Awareness, Customer Acquisition, Sales, Revenues and Profits


What Is Siloing – Your Site Page Hierarchy 

Siloing (Web Design Architecture) is an essential on-page strategy that allows you to get the most out of the backlinks coming onto your page. Instead of ranking for just one page that you send backlinks too, you will rank for any number of pages that you want.

Siloing is an inner page interlinking technique that can be best illustrated by an example.

In our ‘cat training’ example, lets target the homepage with the keyword “cat training”. We have done our keyword research and have found that “cat tricks” and “cat house training” are profitable keywords and so we will build “first tier” pages targeting to those keywords as well.

We have also undertaken some deep Keyword Research and discovered the topic “cat tricks” and found that many people are searching for “teach a cat to sit” and “teach a cat to roll over”, so we will want to build sub-pages for those to.

Here is what our page hierarchy would look like.

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When we interlink these pages, for the anchor text we want to use the target keyword(s) the next page is trying to rank for – with its relevant on-page content to that Keyword.

So for example when we pass an inbound link to the homepage the effect is that some of the link juice will trickle down to the next page(s) in the “silo hierarchy” and will be focused on the target keyword. So if you send one link to the homepage, each of the hierarchical pages below will get some ranking boost too.

You want to place these links in the context, relevance and content of the page. The sidebar and menus do not produce the same effect – bang for your buck.

Here is an example of an Anchor Text on the homepage

Training your cat can be an easy task, if you know the right way to do it. Many people would like to teach their cat tricks, which can be a fun and enjoyable exercise. We recommend starting at a young age…

and here is what the diagram would look like with example anchors on the connecting lines:

On Page SEO

The final and most important step is to link silo hierarchy pages back up to the homepage.

This recycles the link juice back to the homepage, which targets your most important keywords. So essentially, no matter what page you send a link to on your site, all pages are going to be getting some benefit.

When it comes to internal links, there are still rules for anchor text optimization, but the rules are much more relaxed than for off-site SEO. Try to vary up the anchor text for the links back to the homepage, as this page will be receiving tons of inner links.

Anchor Text Ratios – What We Typically Recommend

  • 50% Target anchors
  • 25% Brand or URL anchors
  • 25% Miscellaneous anchors

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Other Benefits Of Internal Relevant Link Building

Apart from the passing of link juice and UX navigation.

When you try to rank a page on a particular subject, Google expects to see that there are other supporting articles linking to this page.

This is called establishing relevance on a topic.

Let’s take our cat training site that is ranking quite nicely for “cat training lessons”. Over the years this site has published a lot of content related to cat training and as a result there is no question in Google’s mind that this site is about cat training.

The site owners decide to expand their business to include cat clothes. So their SEO throws up a page on cat clothes and adds some backlinks to the page.

After 6 months the page is still stuck on page 3.

The problem is that there are no site pages citing / linking to the cat clothes page as a reference / relevance. As a consequence Google does not think that this site is really about cat clothes.

To resolve this, the site owner’s SEO simply needs to create some relevant pages (at least 3 pages but the more the better) and link them to the page he wants to rank – cat clothes.

As always this works particularly well for local SEO for example a cat clothes shop operating in New York.

Adding pages such as

  • New York Cats Clothes Review
  • Best Cat Clothes Shop In New York
  • Trendy Cat Clothes For New York City
  • Famous Cats Get Clothes Makeover In New York

These pages would add relevance in Google’s eyes and substantially aid in the ranking process.

These pages do not even need to be accessible from the navigation bar (Site Menu). As long as they are in the XML sitemap and indexed, their work is done.

The concept of relevance is often misunderstood or even ignored when it comes to on-page SEO. If you can understand and implement these ideas, you will get much better ranking results.

What Is Schema Markup

Schema markup is code (semantic vocabulary) that you put on your website to help the search engines return more informative results for users. If you have ever used rich snippets, then you will understand exactly what schema markup is all about.

Here is an example of a Schema code for a rating.

</p><p style=”text-align:center;”><span itemprop=”aggregateRating” itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/AggregateRating”> Rated <span itemprop=”ratingValue”><strong>5</strong></span><strong>/5</strong> based on <span itemprop=”reviewCount”>11</span> reviews</span></p>

Adding Schema markup to your HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) improves the way your page is displayed in SERPs by enhancing the rich snippets that are displayed beneath the page title.

We have had tremendous results using Schema particularly with Local SEO and “Snack Pack” ranking for our clients local businesses in their associated Google My Business.

Schema then is used to “mark-up” and highlight certain aspects of your data so that Google can easily understand what your page is about. In addition, Google is able to upgrade the user experience by building knowledge graphs and displaying review stars in the SERP results.

Schema is definitely a ranking factor and has been quoted by Google as having an influence on a page’s quality score. So why not implement it? Especially if you are involved local SEO, where Schema has a strong impact on establishing locality rankings.

People often get intimidated by the complexity of Schema, when in fact, it is extremely easy to implement on any site. Here is what you need to know.

  1. Go here: http://makeschema.com/
  2. Fill out the form
  3. Take the code that they give you and paste it into your WordPress footer.php file
  4. Save

and that is all there is to it.

The site http://makeschema.com/ schema generator will give you the basics of what you need to get the code up and running on your site.

Fresh Content Is A Key Ranking Factor

So you have just completed your website and optimized it to the fullest. So now you can forget all about your site and focus completely on your off-site SEO.

Not quite.

You may have heard about Google’s Freshness Algorithm. Here Google wants it’s search results to present the most informative and upto date content regarding a particular search as part of it’s UX. It makes sense therefore that they would reward pages and websites that are constantly delivering new and original content.

Without new and original contact you will always be running up hill to rank a site.

This does not mean that you need to commit to daily blogs, as there is a bare minimum that we have found through testing that not only will minimize your work, but will also take advantage of Google’s algorithm and allow me to rank faster than the competition.

How Many Blog Posts Per Month

The answer is once per month; create at least one new blog post per month. This tells Google that your site is active and alive, and importantly that the site is churning out new content, which is getting read by your social following.


  • Link it back to your homepage and/or other relevant silo pages on your site. This will further establish relevance for each of these pages as time goes on.
  • Syndicate these blog posts to your social profiles. You should have a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc already setup for your website. Then every time you release a new blog post, make sure that the article gets posted onto your feeds. This can easily be automated with http://IFTTT.com or with WordPress plugins for example Jetpack or SNAP.

Do Not:

  • Write about a topic that you have already covered, even if the article is 100% Copyscape unique. If you have already covered a topic, then do not rewrite a new article on the same topic. Think of something else or you are opening your site to a duplicate content flag or at the very least you will be competing with yourself.

Refresh Your Existing Content

Also, once per month, take an existing page that you are trying to rank (your homepage or a silo page) and update the content on it. It will not take much effort, just add a short paragraph, an image, or a video and that will be enough.

This tells Google that the specific page that they are already ranking has just got even more current and deserves its place in the Search Engine Results Page (SERPs).

We usually alternate like this:

  1. Homepage
  2. Inner page A
  3. Homepage
  4. Inner page B

But be careful when adding new content so that you do not over-optimize the keyword density / ratio.

A Couple More Google Ranking Factors

Google is all about the User Experience (UX).

As a consequence a sites load speed should be as fast as possible for the following reasons:

  1. Google uses a sites load speed as a ranking factor
  2. It has been shown that sites that take a long time to load lose customers (Sales)

Website Hosting

Choosing the right “Host” is critical here. At SEO Hong Kong we only recommend 3 Host providers.

For WordPress Sites:

  • WPengine
  • Siteground

For Other Platforms:

  • BlueHost

Content Distribution Network CDN

A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a globally distributed network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centres. The goal of a CDN is to serve content to end-users with high availability and high performance (speed).

Here at SEO Hong Kong we recommend:

  • Cloudflare

Web Site Building Platforms

Here at SEO Hong Kong we exclusively use DIVI by Elegant Themes for our Website Design Services.

SEO Critical Success Factors For Website Ranking

SEO Hong Kong On Page Optimization Consulting

If you have any further questions on how to optimize your web site page as per today’s Google standards, feel free to contact us using our contact form and we can setup an appointment to go over your site live via Skype.

We help you utilize SEO and SEM to get your message out there – to your Target Market – to get more customers who can then read your message, and buy your products and services.

We have been quite successful ranking our own sites (business and affiliate) and in the process helping others rank their sites.

Our mantra is “We only ask that you judge us by our results”

We are 100% Results Based as the great Jim Rohn pointed out “Results are the name of the game”.

Our experience with SEO has mainly involved ranking my own and other people websites on Page 1 Google and the ranking YouTube videos.

You can find out more about our services here.

Why You Can Trust Our SEO Knowledge

“We only ask that you judge us by our results” our result are documented on this site and they speak for themselves.

Why don’t you get in touch for further information about how we help people and organizations just like you.

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