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Have had a good run with Google over the last few years in relation to being found in searches, but a few site changes have set me back a little bit. Nothing particularly major is wrong—more down to me forgetting to do this and that during my site redesign—but I feel a little exposed right now and need to feel that I am properly on top of my SEO

What will I do I hear you cry?

I am glad you ask because I do have a solution to this issue.

This solution I speak of is to hire Mr Yoast: Mr @Yoast is probably one the most well known and knowledgeable SEO persons around.

If you visit his website you will chance upon a service called Website Review where Mr Yoast and Co will dig deep into the inner depths of ones website and provide a detailed report on what aspects of SEO need fixing/changing/tweaking etc.

Time has come to enlist the valuable services of Mr Yoast for the imjustcreative website.

I shall write about the process which will hopefully provide some useful feedback as well as all important peace-of-mind.

From Mr Yoast's Website

Why you should order a Website Review

Our website review sorts through all the bugs in your current system. It opens your eyes to new strategies you never knew existed – ones that make your rankings and your online sales soar. We’ll take a hard look at your site's performance, your site design & structure, your basic SEO practices, your tagging and linking strategies, and a whole lot more. If there’s a problem, we’ll find it. And then we’ll explain exactly how to fix it.

Here’s some of the things you can expect to find in your website review:

  • Recommendations on your site's structure and design.
  • Suggestions to improve your site's HTML code.
  • Smart optimization strategies to increase your website rankings and SEO traffic.
  • Techniques to convert those visitors into buyers or subscribers.
  • Tips and tricks on increasing the performance of your website.






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