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I may not know of a good one to recommend to you, but I most certainly know of a bad one that I’d like to warn you about just in case you stumble upon their information so that you can avoid them at all costs. I have a business in which, at the time, I needed someone to build my site. I solicited the help of Content Media Group (located in the Houston/College Station area). Steve LaSalle, the CEO of this company was my specific point of contact and decided to personally take on my project. Throughout my time working with Steve I found him to be short with me, rude, and have little integrity when it came to doing what he said he was going to do. He was a “bully” in trying to do what HE wanted to do for MY project instead of him trying to meet client satisfaction. Steve LaSalle made promises he couldn’t’t keep and in the end I ended up paying him much more than he deserved just so that I could be done with the nightmare of working with Content Media Group. Now I am stuck having to look elsewhere to find someone who can fix the things that Steve couldn’t do and left incomplete on my site. I said all this to say, don’t get involved with Steve LaSalle or Content Media Group.
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Outreach Techniques – After 2011
Quite simple.. You can get thousands of website designers in internet.. But you always confuse which designers to choose.. There are certain things to be noticed before choosing designers.. Try to enquire about the service what they provide after the creating the website and maintenance.. Services are mainly important than creating a website..
Outreach Techniques – After 2011
Mostly a website designer figures out how to make a site pretty and still incorporate all the crap the other people in the company want on the site. it can be difficult because often what you learn in school is not what the rest of the world wants.
In a large company, a designer only come up with the skin for the site and developers do the useibility, but in a smaller company, you would most likely be responsible for all of it.
Most major search engines will find your website naturally, however it is possible to manually submit to search engines (here’s Googles for example – http://www.google.co.uk/submit_content.html) There are tools available to submit sites to multiple search engines but this isn’t something that is recommended.
The description under the link in the serps is called a meta description. This can be changed by editing the More details here -http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2067564/How-To-Use-HTML-Meta-Tags
I think your visited sites are showing as the first result in Google because you are logged into a Google account? You can simply log out to prevent this or go to the following link – https://history.google.com/history and make sure “Web History is off” you may also need to go to search settings and turn off personal results. This will then show the true search results.
Hope this helps!
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