Search Engine Optimisation Methodology

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a set of processes used to increase the number of visitors to a Web site by improving its ranking and therefore visibility on a defined set of search engines. Essentially, the higher a Web site ranks in the results of a search, the greater the chance that that site will be visited by a user. Therefore, in order to ensure that you maintain and improve your visibility most organisations now recognise the importance of a structured and consistent SEO programme.

At SA Biz UK Ltd we follow this SEO methodology

1) On Page Optimisations: Where we check the W3C validations, keyword analysis, competitive analysis,, content,text,title,meta tags, header tags,Alt  tags, image optimisation, internal link structures,xml site-map, robots .txt ,RSS creation etc

2) Off page Optimisations: These include Directory submissions, Blog submissions, site-map submissions, Link exchanges, article submissions, posting in forums and Social book marking.

3) Reporting: Once the Search Engine Optimisation is in progress, we provide you different reports at regular intervals that give you a clear picture of how the work is progressing.
Some of the reports which we provide you are given here.

  1. Search Engine Ranking Reports, Traffic Evaluation, Click-through, and Heat map Reports
  2. Keyword Report – Conversions, page-views, exits, and search engines
  3. Vertical Analysis and Recommendations
  4. Competitor Analysis – tracking new entries or jumps in placement for competitors.
  5. We follow a proactive approach and re-optimisations based on research reports.

Contact us for a FREE report for your SEO and SMO needs at seo@sabizuk.com or find more about our SEO services at www.sabizuk.com


    iPhone, iPad, Android, Mobile App Design Development London

    SA Biz UK Ltd is a mobile software application development company based in Bedford UK.

    We specialise in providing mobile apps development services for iPhone and iPad. We develop customised iPhone apps for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.

    The Apps store from apple has revolutionised the way smart phones work, the convenience of mobility combined with the iPhone SDK has brought a revolutionary and innovative approach to serve the iPhone customer. The iOS 4 has brought cutting edge technology to the fingertips of the customer through the iPhone 4. There are more than 2,50,000 apps available in the apps store. The Apps store boasts of having the largest collection of mobile apps in the world.

    If you are looking to monetize your ideas into iPhone Apps and increase sales, we are here to convert your ideas into reality.

    At SA Biz UK Ltd, we have a dedicated and experienced team of Apple iPhone SDK developers who can deliver world class, innovative and unique apps as per your requirements in the given time frames. Our team will understand your needs and requirement and deliver the apps.

    We can either develop the iPhone application for your internal business operations or to promote your brand amongst the consumers.

    We also provide customised iPad application development services. iPad application development is quite similar to that of the iPhone, and the vast majority of iPhone / iPod Touch applications can be used on the iPad without  any modifications. We specialise in upgrading and migrating the iPhone apps to the iPad. We specialise in optimizing your iPhone apps for the iPad 9.7 inch screen.

    In addition to the iPhone apps there is a wide range of apps which can be specifically built for a device such as iPad like Book publishing apps, Maps and Navigation apps, Office productivity apps, Multimedia apps, Photography apps, Social networking apps.Games apps, Educational apps and so on.

    SA Biz UK Ltd helps you to realise every kind of application you intend to have in your iPad. We understand your requirements thoroughly and deliver.We build world class apps at a very competitive price without compromising on quality.

    At SA Biz UK, we are sure that you will appreciate our philosophy and the service we provide. Most importantly, we are sure that you will be able to achieve your goals through us.

    If you think, we can be a part of your achievement and success by helping you to reach your true potential, We are more than happy to be a part of your success.

    For Software and Mobile Apps development: apps@sabizuk.com

     


    Seo Company London,Seo Services London

    Website optimization is the art of placing your website in top ten rankings of major search engines. We assure guaranteed ranking in Google, Yahoo, MSN, Alta Vista etc.

    SA Biz UK Ltd based in Bedford offers top quality, highly effective and competitive priced Search Engine Optimisation and Search Engine Marketing services. We help you increase your online  business sales through social media. We assure guaranteed rankings in Google,Yahoo,MSN,Bing etc.We cater to the SEO needs of businesses in Bedford, Milton Keynes, Luton, London, Oxford and Cambridge.

    Are you looking for increased traffic, increased page rankings on Google and Alexa ,improved conversion volumes and increased revenues from online business for your website?? If the answer is Yes .SA Biz UK Ltd is aSEO /SEM services providing firm providing top notch, honest and effective SEO services at competitive prices

    For guaranteed results, email us at seo@sabizuk.com for a FREE and NO OBLIGATION assessment of your website or find more about our SEO services at www.sabizuk.com


    Do you want to attract more business using your website

    The best and  cost effective way to promote and generate more business online is through an effective Search Engine Optimisation strategy .

    At SA Biz UK Ltd -Bedford, we provide you top notch SEO services at competitive prices. Through our effective Search Engine Optimization(SEO) and Search Engine Marketing(SEM) services, we will improve your brand awareness and visibility on famous search engines like Google,Yahoo,MSN,Bing etc. We help drive qualified leads to your site and, most importantly, increase revenue to your business online.
    Contact us for a FREE and NO OBLIGATION report for your SEO and SEM needs at seo@sabizuk.com or find more about our SEO services at www.sabizuk.com

     


    Website Design: Tips for Keeping Your Site Fresh and Appealing

    Many small business owners still abide by the “set it and forget” philosophy of website design. As a result, their sites can begin to look stale or outdated compared to ones that are newer or frequently updated.

    Information on a website can become outdated for a number of reasons. You might be offering new services, or discontinuing old ones. You might have shifted gears to deal with the effects of the recession. You might be dealing with new advertising rules (federal, state, or local) that have come into play.

    Nonetheless, the importance of a fresh-looking website can’t be underestimated. Visitors are less likely to trust a site that appears outdated or amateurish, and yesterday’s professional site design might make your site look out-of-touch today. Making periodic “spot changes” to your site can help you keep up with popular online trends as well as improve its usability and visual appeal.

    Here are a few things to consider when you’re upgrading your website:

    • Fonts. If the body copy on your site is rendering in Times New Roman, you may want to consider switching to Verdana or Arial, which are sans serif fonts that provide better readability on the Web. And if you want your site to be taken seriously, you may want to avoid using Comic Sans. Make sure you consider your audience when you’re choosing your fonts. If you have customers who are older, for example, they may want an easily readable font as well as a larger font size.
    • Background color. Although dark-colored backgrounds can be used effectively, you may want to consider colors that aren’t too “off the wall” for your customer base. When in doubt, a white background is always a good choice.
    • Pictures and logos. When it comes to images, it’s important to consider size, quality, and relevance. It’s helpful to compress your images so that they look good while your site is loading (fast, hopefully). Web pictures that are processed with older image software may look grainy or a bit odd on newer monitors. In addition, you’ll want to make sure that the subject of each picture isn’t too “retro.” As far as your logo, check to see that you’re using the latest and greatest version.
    • Company information. Are your phone number and copyright information up-to-date? Have you added a new fax line recently? Is your site using any slang or buzzwords that may not be current? Are there any new terms or product descriptions that you need to add to be relevant to your customers? Are you selling additional products or services since you last updated your website?
    • Social media icons. If you have a presence in social media—such as on Facebook or Twitter—make sure that you place the related icon on your site and link to your profile. If you’re not yet participating in the social space, you might want to consider tapping into this opportunity to connect with your customers and prospects online.

    One of the greatest benefits of a frequently updated website is that it encourages people to keep coming back. Here are a few ways you can accomplish that:

    • Offer printable coupons for seasonal specials or monthly promotions. That way, you create value for your customers, and you encourage them to make return visits. Plus, you can do so for far less than you’d pay for a magazine or newspaper ad.
    • Create user resources that keep your company top of mind. For example, you can publish a printable calendar of local events that includes your logo and phone number. And if you own a heating and air-conditioning business, you can include a to-do list on the calendar that reminds customers to call you when they need seasonal maintenance services.
    • Use interactive features that provide practical information. If you own a house painting company, for example, you can provide a calculator on your site that estimates the cost of interior or exterior painting services. Whenever you help your customers figure something out or make decisions, you’re adding value to the mix . . . and they’ll remember you the next time they’re planning a remodeling project.
    • Distribute opt-in email messages that share timely information about your products or services. If you sell computers and software programs, for example, you can alert your customers when you have new components or versions available. That way, you keep your customers in the loop about your expanded offerings, without having to hire extra people to answer the phones or make sales calls.

    Whenever you take the time to upgrade your site, or just give it a little spring cleaning, you have a chance to pull ahead of your competitors, who may not understand the importance of looking sharp and up-to-date in the online world.

     


    W3C Says HTML5 Isn’t Ready for the Web

    While companies from Google to Apple to Microsoft voice their ardent support for HTML5 and developers rush to show off the fun tricks it can do, those who actually oversee HTML5 are telling the world to cool their britches.

    As an official from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) told reporters today, “There is already a lot of excitement for HTML5, but it’s a little too early to deploy it because we’re running into interoperability issues.” Particularly when it comes to video content, different devices and different browsers aren’t handling HTML5 consistently.

    “I don’t think it’s ready for production yet,” the official continued. “The real problem is can we make it work across browsers, and at the moment, that is not the case.”

    HTML5, which was hatched by the non-W3C Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group in 2004, should be fully approved within two or three years. Until then, officials say Flash and Silverlight are still going to remain approved and viable web technologies.

    Regardless of these issues, however, HTML5 already has an incredible amount of momentum. Not only has the spec received the aforementioned endorsements from big tech companies; its praises are being sung by developers who have used it to create beautiful and innovative web projects, as well.

    We’re fairly uncertain that any developers will stop deploying HTML5 websites simply because W3C officials say the specification and APIs are still undergoing changes, and we’re equally certain that the same developers who are using HTML5 now will not be likely to want to develop with Flash/Silverlight or for older browsers such as IE6.


    The Current State of Web Design: Trends 2010

    Web design is a fickle industry. Just like every other form of artistic expression, Web design has undergone a continuous and surprisingly fast evolution. Once a playground for enthusiasts, it has now become a mature rich medium with strong aesthetic and functional appeal. In fact, we are experiencing what could be the golden era of Web design — or at least the best period thus far. We have powerful new tools at our disposal (CSS3, HTML5, font-embedding, etc.), a plethora of freely available resources, a strong design community and also (if you needed any more!) reliable support of Web standards in the major browsers.

    We’re seeing better interaction design and more aesthetically pleasing designs. And we’re seeing more personal, engaging and memorable sites, too. But what exactly is making the difference? What new directions is Web design heading in today? What new techniques, concepts and ideas are becoming important? In this article, we present some observations on the current state of Web design. We describe existing and upcoming trends and explain how Web design might evolve in the coming months and years. We’ll also touch on what we as Web designers should be ready for to keep abreast of new challenges and opportunities.