All Web Site jobs come with a guarantee to work status, which means we check the work on all browsers, Mac and Windows platforms, and make your site compatible to the general public, however we do not guarantee the “appearance” of the web site,,,as all computers are different and all monitors…we will work with each customer individually to assure each page looks good for “their” situation.
Search engine readiness is arguably the most important way to get customers to your site. Foxtop Publishing is an expert in this area and can help you.
What’s Included in “Basic” search engine readiness plan:
A basic search engine plan is simply making the website “search engine ready” and including 1 Free submission to all major search engines “after” the website has been approved by Yahoo *. If customer chooses not to list with Yahoo (We strongly suggest you do before anything else) the results “may” not be high and “may” not be anything at all. We recommend sticking with a good Search Engine Strategy which includes listing with Yahoo *, MSN, and The Open Directory Project first*. After this is accomplished then monthly search engine submissions are recommended along with “pay per click” plans *.
* Not included in Basic Search Engine readiness. Doing research for Yahoo, and The Open Directory Project is a seperate fee along with research for “pay per click” plans. Also not included is targeted traffic from shopping comparison sites such as Price Grabber, and Shopzilla. We strongly recommend you at least get listed in Froogle (Google Product Search), This is a free service, however doing a feed is extra cost.
Foxtop Publishing will work with each customer concerning marketing using their vast knowledge of the internet and years of experience. Foxtop Publishing can also manage your Google Ad Sense Campaign.
The 3 most important search engine directories are Yahoo, The Open Directory Project, and MSN. Foxtop Publishing will submit to these directories for you or teach you to do it yourself, however the customer must always approve the category to be submitted to. Yahoo even warns against paying someone to submit for you…and that’s why Foxtop Publishing gives the customer the option of learning to do it themselves. For more information about search engines along with prices and policies[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]