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  www.DaleKleven.com
---- Original Message -----
From: dale@dalekleven.com
To: info@seospecialist.us
Sent: Friday, August 04, 2006 12:11 PM
Subject: search engine optimization


I have a small law practice focusing on divorce, real estate, and criminal. I have a web page that I attempted to submit to all the search engines through GoDaddy.com. However, I can't find my site anywhere. I used to own a larger firm (before my divorce), which used 360i.com for search engine optimization. They did such a good job, that when I search my name and info., I get my old web site before my new one comes up. I do not have a lot of money to throw at this and was hoping to get a quote for a small package. Thank you in advance.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: search engine optimization
From: "SEO Speacialist" <info@seospecialist.us>
Date: Sat, August 05, 2006 12:58 pm
To: <dale@dalekleven.com>


Hi Dale,

First off, don't waist your time and money on "search engine submission". Every search engine will include your site providing your not practicing any illegal spam techniques, and your site has a few quality links pointing to it.
Even if you pay for search engine submission it wont put your site in the engines if you don't have any links pointing to you.
Before I can give you a quote, I need to know what kind of keywords you want to be at to top for.
Please visit http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchinventory/suggestion/ to get an idea of what your potential clients search for.

i.e. You may wish to try "las vegas law"

Gavin


----- Original Message -----
From: dale@dalekleven.com
To: SEO Speacialist
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2006 7:43 PM
Subject: RE: search engine optimization


Gavin:

I know the routine. I have already looked on Overture and found a buch of key phrases I would like. How many do you suggest? I have attached the list hereto. I know it is a lot. Please advise.



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: search engine optimization
From: "SEO Speacialist" <info@seospecialist.us>
Date: Tue, August 08, 2006 12:49 am
To: <dale@dalekleven.com>


Dale:

I have a network of "Las Vegas" related sites, so I would like to concentrate on terms related to "Las Vegas".

Once you pick the Las Vegas term you would like to rank best for. I would add that link term to the homepages of 12 or so Vegas sites with good Page Rank.
This will get your site in all the searchengines within a week, and give your site good Page Rank so that you can trade links with other law and Vegas related sites.

Your site has some good content, but you need to add some more to your homepage. Just an introduction to the site with some of your keywords included. About 250 words +.

Once you write an intro I would optimize your site, and add your links to the 12 + sites. The 12 sites have an average PR of 4. The links would be for the time period of 2 months or until your site obtains PR (whatever is longest). To get an idea of the value of links you may wish to visit http://www.linkadage.com/Auction/XcAuctionPro.asp

Total cost for this service $180.

This will get the ball rolling. I would expect your site to go to the top of MSN for your chosen search term Yahoo will take a while longer to get to the top, Google will take considerably longer if your domain name is new http://www.seospecialist.us/las_vegas_sandbox.htm

Gavin

----- Original Message -----
From: dale@dalekleven.com
To: SEO Speacialist
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 4:54 PM
Subject: RE: search engine optimization


Gavin:

Sounds good. However, you said to pick one phrase? So, of all the phrases I have to pick only one? Why?

Dale K. Kleven, Esq.
LAW OFFICE OF DALE K. KLEVEN
3321 N. Buffalo Dr., Ste. 100
Las Vegas, Nevada 89129
Ofc: 506-0222
Fax: 233-3009
Email: dale@dalekleven.com
Web: www.DaleKleven.com



----- Original Message -----
From: SEO Speacialist
To: dale@dalekleven.com
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 7:17 PM
Subject: Re: search engine optimization


Because your site is new with no links pointing to it, the site lacks strength.
We can create strength by gaining link popularity. if that strength is put in to all your key praises your likely to be on pages to deep in the search engines to obtain any traffic.
We can optimize your site for all the terms but concentrate on 1 or 2 terms first then work on the rest later with more links.
65% of people don't look past the first 4 search results so its important to make sure your in the top 4.

Gavin




















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