We are an ISO certified company
Really? Which International Standards Organisation (ISO) standard in particular? There’s ISO 3166 which pertains to country codes for example. My favourite is ISO 87 which is for paint. Seriously, I had no idea there was an international standard for paint.
and one of the very few company which offer organic SEO services with full range of supporting services such as one way themed text links, blog submissions, directory submissions, article writing and postings, etc.
A themed text link is a new one to me. Is that like Movieworld? Disney perhaps? Does it have rides? I hate rides. They freak me the hell out.
We are offering may type of links please have a look:
Oh, Just What I Always Wanted.
1- Text Link
What, like this?
2- Site wide Link
So you’re going to charge me for links within my own site. Seriously? Yes, it’s one thing that Google likes (it improves the experience for the user when they can link within the site to something relevant and related), though I’m scratching my head as to how this might be something I can’t just do myself.
3- Contextual Links
Oh dear. See above. It’s really the same thing. However, contextual links are only useful if they’re (a) relevant, and (b) don’t interrupt the flow of writing with interminable hyperlinks to other parts of the site. If you get lost in the site then the linking is useless.
4- Guest Post
Guest postS, plural. First, guest posts are only going to help if they are written by people who are in demand online. Second, guest posts will only help if they’re on a subject people are searching for AND are relevant to existing content on the site. Third, see here for some grammar tips.
5- Dedicated Page
Is that a page that’s really concentrating on what it’s doing?
6- Blog rolls Link
Are you talking about a list of blogs that I visit? WordPress does that through the Links > Add Link function in the sidebar. Anyone can do it. Linking externally to relevant content is fine, but doing it to cheat the system is, shall we say, dicey. Again, Google likes relevance. So if I’m selling hammers, there’s no point my linking to lingerie.
7- Sticky Post
A sticky post sits at the top of a set of posts. Sticky post, sticky post, does whatever a sticky post does.
We are a team of 50+ professionals which includes 18 full time SEO experts. We are proud to inform you that our team handled 100+ SEO projects and obtained 40000+ manually built links in the past 1 year.
What do the other 32 people do? Oh, they send out emails like this. My mistake.
We have a track record of building more than 1, 00,000 links in the year 2011
What you’ve only done one? A “1” with a comma and space after it is just one, regardless of how many zeros follow. Is this one of those curly arithmetic questions I keep seeing on Facebook?
and have successfully completed more than 300 campaigns.
Such as? Any specific things you’ve done? I mean, that I can look at and confirm with the business? I’m told the interwebs are full of sheisters and liars, so I’d like something more concrete than you just saying you’ve done something.
All one way Link Building is done for:
1. Improving Page Rank.
Ah, the ubiquitious page rank. You are aware that improving page rank isn’t just a switch you click, otherwise everyone would be doing it!
2. Improving the Rankings in search engines.
Yep, same as above. You need clear, relevant content to improve rankings, and the only way you get that is to write it.
3. To increase targeted Traffic to the Site.
Targetted traffic implies links which direct people to the website. In order to do this, you need a site to link from. Presumably you’ll do this through your other clients (Client A points to Client B, etc.) OR through directory services of which there is a plentiful supply. Google doesn’t like this, and I’m not about to irritate that particular dragon.
We will be glad to assist you with offering our services. Please let me know your interest so that I can send you our special outsourcing kit and more details about bulk business discounts.
I’m sure you’d love to assist me with your black-hat and grey-hat services. I’d love to take you up on a special outsourcing kit but I’d rather use my eyes to read things that are of interest, that I care about and which won’t waste any more of my precious time.
Here’s an idea: if you’d like to engage more people in your services, do your legwork and present something that’s not a carbon-copy SPAM message that’s virtually identical to every other one that arrives in in-boxes the world over. Try actually explaining what you are offering in simple accurate language rather than just sticking lists of things that may potentially be of use, but are meaningless without an explanation. And don’t tell me that you’re attempting to curry interest by putting the bare minimum information because that went out with the Dinosaurs. You’ve got seconds to get attention online, so make your message count.
Your email is an example of how NOT to write website content!
Oh, dammit, I just gave YOU SEO advice.
Thanks & Regards,
online Marketing Executive
And to you Rahul. My regards to the unemployment queue.