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What does a SEO specialist do?
A Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist's main role is to analyze, review and implement changes to websites so they are optimized for search engines. This means maximizing the traffic to a site by improving page rank within search engines.

You will never pay more than $99.00 to start and $69.00 per month thereafter.

Our clients are ecstatic about their placement on Google, Bing and Yahoo. We get the rave reviews.

This is a very hard process unless you know what you are doing.  Right now, I am offering you a very affordable price for great placements in the search engines.  This is not going to put you in the sponsored areas, or pay per click areas.


You only make on payment of $99.00 until you are in the Top 10 of Google, Bing and Yahoo with at least one key word.  This will start getting you good, consistent traffic.  At that point you will begin making payments of $69.00 per month as I push your site higher in the search engines with more and more key words. Just go to the contact page and let us know your ready to get your site in the Top 10 of Google, Bing and Yahoo. You will come up in the organic searches where you want to come up.  Go to Google and type in "Goodyear Website Design" and you will see that gojeannie is on the first page of the first ten.  With people using so many phrases to find what they are looking for you have to be creative and then know what to do with it.  We can get you noticed in the top 10!

With hundreds of services offering SEO I can't help but wonder why the company advertising is on page 18 and is in the eighth position!  What kind of SEO is that!!  Get real results with gojeannie.  Read our testimonial's on our testimonials page...SEO for a great price!

No contracts with SEO, either you want it or you don't.  We do ask that you send an email to requesting to stop.  Thank you.


Meta tags are snippets of informational code that have been located between your <HEAD> </HEAD> tags that are a part of the HTML document you've generated.

There are many meta tags and most are ignored by robots.  Noodp, Slurp, Noydir as you may...this is a science and a bit of luck!

Here is a example of some of the meta tags used for this site:

<!-- made by -->
<meta content="gojeannie metatag" name="author" />
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=7, IE=9"/>

or <meta content="IE=EmulateIE7" http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" />

<meta content="chrome=1" http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" />
<meta content="en-us" http-equiv="Content-Language" />
<meta content="global" name="distribution" />
<meta content="follow, all" name="robots" />
<meta content="noodp, noydir" name="robots" />
<meta content="noodp, noydir" name="googlebot" />
<meta content="noodp" name="slurp" />
<meta content="noodp" name="msnbot" />

Important Tags for Web Authoring:

<meta name="byline" content="" />
<meta content="" name="web_author"/>
<meta content="" name="author" />

Place This Where You Want Your Tag To Show:

<a href=" google+ id number"
rel="publisher">Find us on Google+</a>

<a href=" google+ id number" rel="author"></a></td>

It is important to remember that some tags you may think are not important are the most important.  There really isn't any rhyme or reason, only that if you follow the rules you will be very pleased with the results.

Once you have paid your initial $99.00 and been picked up by the search engines and start to climb with various keywords or phrases you will only pay $69.00 monthly.  gojeannie will push you higher, after that gojeannie can send an invoice for payment or you can try to keep yourself positioned in the top 10 of Google, Bing and Yahoo.
It's all Possible.


In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology,  White Hat SEO refers
to the usage of SEO strategies, techniques and tactics that focus on a human
audience opposed to search engines and completely follows search engine
rules and policies. For example, a Web site that is SEO optimized, yet
focuses on relevancy and organic ranking is considered to be optimized
using White Hat SEO practices.  Some examples of White Hat SEO
techniques include using keywords and keyword analysis, back linking,
link building to improve link popularity, and writing content for human
readers White Hat SEO is more frequently used by those who intend to
make a long-term investment on their Web site.  Also called Ethical SEO.
In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology,  Black Hat SEO refers to the
use of aggressive SEO strategies, techniques and tactics that focus only on
search engines and not a human audience, and usually does not obey search
engines rules. Some examples of Black Hat SEO techniques include keyword
stuffing, invisible text and doorway pages. Black Hat SEO is more frequently
used by those who are looking for a quick financial return on their Web site,
rather than a long-term investment on their Web site.  Black Hat SEO can
possibly result in your Web site being banned from a search engine, however
since the focus is usually on quick high return business models, most experts
who use Black Hat SEO tactics consider being banned from search engines a
somewhat irrelevant risk.  Black Hat SEO may also be referred to as Unethical
SEO or just spamdexing, as spamdexing is a typical frequently used Black Hat
SEO practice.


Every new upgrade brings with it new calls that SEO is gone. While search optimization has certainly changed over the past few years, and again following the Hummingbird update, it is far from dead.

Website owners and marketers should focus their efforts on a comprehensive content marketing plan. Website owners need to find ways in which to cover the different aspects of the subject their site is related to. They need to find ways to frequently implement new content, they also need to be able to do so in such a way that will make them appear more commanding with readers, users, and the search engines.

SEO progresses in line with new releases to algorithms and as Google is endlessly looking for ways in which to provide its users with access to better quality pages, this means that the search optimization techniques site owners need to use to continue and change. Site owners that depend on the provision of quality content, that navigate free of black hat techniques, and that look to build multiple traffic tributaries using a combined marketing approach are those that will enjoy better long term results.

Some change is to be expected in search engine ranking positions but by sticking to the Webmaster Tools and Guidelines provided by each of the search engines it is possible to stay ahead and to experience continued, long term benefits.