search engine optimization
search engine optimization

Website Marketing from R815 ex vat

By the only website design company first on google in SA.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Google Adwords, Social Web

Marketing, Facebook, Affiliate Marketing and more.

Research, set up and management.

search engine optimization

Choice of Content Management (CMS)
or HTML website packages.

50% deposit and balance on completion.

No monthly payments or hidden costs.
Full fee as advertised.

Websites from R1 650 ex vat

search engine optimization
search engine optimization
search engine optimization

Hosting and e-mails for a year.

Choice of Content Management (CMS)
or HTML website packages.

50% deposit and balance on completion.

No monthly payments or hidden costs.
Full fee as advertised.

Websites with Hosting from R2800 ex vat

search engine optimization
search engine optimization
search engine optimization

E-commerce website / Online store from R13 500 ex vat

search engine optimization
  • Payment gateway.

  • Shipping module.

  • Platform allows unlimited products.

  • Content Management System (CMS).

  • 50% deposit and balance on completion.

  • Get your hosting with our servers for easier
    set up, launch & management.

search engine optimization
search engine optimization

Custom and advance websites from R25 000 ex vat

Directories, databases,
social networks, property
websites and more...

search engine optimization
search engine optimization

Hosting, E-mails and Domains

Domains from R180 ex vat

Local and International solutions
from R840 ex vat per year.

Linux, MySQL Databases,
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broken links

Broken Links

Nothing turns a user away from a website faster than a broken link or link rot. Broken links are hyperlinks or links that do not take a user to a working web page. Instead they are directed to a 404 Error page or a page that simply does not exist.

Broken links can occur for a number of reason and the most common causes are:

  • When a website is restructured and this reorganisation can cause many links to go dead. Although updating your website is a good idea, it is important to remain mindful of broken links when doing so.  Try not to change URLs when updating a website.
  • Websites can also have a limit to the amount of data they can have online and as a result old data is removed and replaced by newer articles, which results in broken links to old articles.
  • Changing your ISP may also have an effect on links.
  • Content filters may also be causing a link to appear broken to due various software and filters.

When building a website, or updating a website it is imperative to check for broken links and to do so constantly, as broken links do not look good to search engine robots and can have an incredibly negative effect on search engine rankings.

Broken links can be fixed by redirecting them to the new content or removing the link and replacing them with new links.