Without a doubt, one of the frustrating aspects of Joomla SEO is that the hapless user is left to deal with a considerable amount of micromanaging of a variety of issues which stem from design, coding and technical issues. Whilst there is a wealth of information freely and readily available on the internet (in the forms of community support forums and tutorials) this is something of a double-edged sword. In particular, a phenomena that is becoming increasingly commonplace is that there is now a significantly skewered perspective about Joomla SEO being created. Desperate to make what they perceive to be a quick and easy dollar, many aspiring ecommerce gurus are now racing to the nearest web hosting provider in order to pave the way for the next Ebay, or Amazon.
Whilst they start out with the best of intentions and only the loftiest and most ambitious of plans, things quickly take a distinctly sour turn when they realise just how much hard work, patience, experience and knowledge is actually needed to successfully achieve their goals. On a shallow level, the Joomla SEO community forums give the impression that Joomla is a totally self-sufficient entity which is entirely capable of running by and for itself.
The problem is that people confuse how user-friendly the Joomla engine is as well as the remarkable ease of use which it provides with:
- a gentle learning curve and
- It is simplistic to use even for someone with little experience.
If you plan on using only a fraction of Joomla’s true potential and power then it stands to reason that you will need only contend with learning a fraction of the functionality associated with it. However, the problem with adopting such a minimalist approach is that you will run the risk of stale content and material which fails to be engaging, dynamic and of interest for the visitor. Given that Joomla was specifically designed as a CMS (Content Management System) so as to better enable people to upload fresh content routinely and effortlessly, this is such a dreadful waste of potential and power.
Don’t be fooled by the tutorials that are available on the internet, even the so called “basics” of Joomla SEO can be very demanding and challenging indeed, especially if you have never actually used the software before as well. If you are not careful, you may end up breaking the terms of service and conditions which all search engines expect of their users and you may therefore find yourself quickly facing rather stiff penalties. You may have your page rank reduced, your bandwidth limited or if the search engine people feel especially vindictive, they can decide to simply pull your website from the internet for good. How on earth will you get your customers attention now? And to think, all this, simply because you made a mistake which was more of an act of omission than wilful deceit!
We at zaheermalik.com know the best ways to manipulate Joomla SEO in your favour in order to make sure that you quickly move up the page ranks without running afoul of the draconian rules imposed by the search engine. With our crack team of experienced and fully qualified professionals you can be rest assured of one thing: you will never need worry about a major mistake again.
Some clients resent a company like us stepping in, not because of the cost, but because we are in effect taking a valuable resource away from them: the benefit of learning. After all, give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. We don’t need to hide things from our clients in order to blackmail them into hiring us again, we much rather let our commitment to the task at hand as well as the great results we produce do all the persuading for us!
So, if you want a transparent as well as fully detailed and carefully explained synopsis of what we are doing and why, all you need to do is ask and your questions will be duly answered. One more thing: we know that our customers are not confident about the internet and that is after all, why they come to us and so we never laugh at a customer. At zaheermalik there is no such thing as a stupid question.