Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
What is offsite SEO
Off-site SEO is equally as self-explanatory; it deals with all the elements of SEO-based marketing that are done outside of your site. These elements can include:
- Back-linking or inbound linking
- Article directory submissions
- Commenting on related sites, forums and blogs
- Social network marketing
- SEO-friendly directory participation
- Press releases
- Optimized video submissions
- Keyword analysis
- Competitor analysis
- RSS Feeds
- Web 2.0 marketing
- Paid linking
- Posting on Q&A sites
Why Do I Need SEO?
SEO is a long term investment in continuously growing your client base. SEO is not a Pay-per-click, per impression, or per view marketing which generating one-time or instant gratification marketing result, once your SEO results are achieved it is relatively inexpensive to continue to reap the benefits of high search rankings for years.
It's like renting or buying house, definitely owned a house is the long term benefiting than renting.
Why is my website not showing in search engines?
There can be many reasons a web site doesn't show up, or display well, in search engines results. Any of the following can affect on your web sites search engine positioning, and web traffic.
- You may not be using a search engine optimized web design.
- Your site may not be readable by the engines.
- May be missing information critical to properly index your webpage.
- Use of some scripts can prevent search engine spiders or bots from crawling your web site or reading its content.
- Hopefully your site has not been banned or penalized by the Search engine's for some black hat trick.
- Not been properly submitted.
What is onsite SEO
On-site SEO is exactly what it sounds like, SEO that can be done on your site without exterior elements. This can include the use of:
- Title tags and meta tags
- H1 tags
- Graphic alt text
- Layout and design elements
- On-site articles/blogs
- Keyword density
- Keyword-formatted URLs
- Fresh content
- Loading time control (via HTTP compression or other method)
- Internal linking
- XML Sitemap
- Robots.txt file
- 301 redirects
How do I register a domain name?
Domain names can be registered by providing macrojax the decided domain name and extension (e.g. .com, .com.au or .com.my) together with various contact and technical information for us to makes up the registration. We will then keep records of the contact information and submit the technical information to a central directory known as the "registry." This registry provides other computers on the Internet the information necessary to send you e-mail or to find your web site. You will also be required to enter a registration contract with the us, which sets forth the terms under which your registration is accepted and will be maintained.
How much does a domain-name registration name cost?
InterNIC domain name extension ended with .com, .net or .org is RM50/year.
MyNIC domain name extension ended with .com.my, .net.my or .org.my is RM80/year.
MyNIC domain name extension ended with .my is RM120/year.
Aus domain name extension ended with .com.au is RM150 for 2 years.
There are others domain name extension available at different cost, please do contact us for details.
How long does a registration last? Can it be renewed?
Each registrar has the flexibility to offer initial and renewal registrations in one-year increments, with a total registration period limit of 5 years (for .com.my) and 10 years for others.
Will my name and contact information be publicly available?
Information about who is responsible for domain names is publicly available to allow rapid resolution of technical problems and to permit enforcement of consumer protection, trademark, and other laws. The registrar will make this information available to the public on a "Whois" site. It is however possible to register a domain in the name of a third party, as long as they agree to accept responsibility.