The website owners who are new to the subject of online business and the year old experienced website owners consistently make a very costly error. They get a web designer to design their web page and then an SEO specialist to generate good traffic. On an urge to get good traffic, they are forgetting that every single thing that proceeds into constructing a novel web site will affect your SEO effort. For instance – after using all the techniques of SEO if a user visits your website, and if your website takes its own time (ten minutes) to open a webpage, being a user you will switch to another website that runs faster.

Instead of wasting more than hundreds of dollars on the promotion of a brand new website, on a single aim to find out that there are a lot of areas that must be rebuilt to gain an optimum SEO campaign, I believe you should use PHP (server-side scripting language) to gain more returns. PHP is a widely-used as an open source tool lead to general-purpose scripting language that suits suited all web development process and can be set in into HTML also for better results.

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Meet the Team



Indra Sena

Founder & Digital Marketing Trainer

Indra Sena

Founder & Digital Marketing Trainer

Mr. Indra is the Lead Trainer in Asia for Indras Academy and has trained over 500 participants in digital marketing courses and seminars across Asia. He is also one of the few certified Google Regional Trainer that trains the official Google AdWords and Analytics courses.

Email: indra@indrasacademy.com
Phone: +91 8197224910

Shantha kumar

Director

Shantha kumar

Director

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Email: shanthakumargurumurthy@gmail.com
Phone: +91 97 3999 3935

Lokesh

Operations Head

Lokesh

Operations Head

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Email: lokesh.nav.kumar@gmail.com
Phone: +91 97 3999 3934

Nagaveni

Manager

Nagaveni

Manager

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Email: nagveni96@gmail.com
Phone: +91