Compelite Limited

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Solutions by Compelite

Is your website working for you? Are you getting at least 20 enquiries per week from your website? If not, you should talk to us!

Compelite specializes in helping companies achieve online success. We offer graphic design, website design, custom application development, online marketing and Internet services. Through many lessons learned, we have developed a set of industry-leading approaches, technologies and processes that enable us to deliver cost-effective, visually stunning, successful online sales platforms incorporating the latest search engine tactics from the ground up.

Compelite provides solutions for budgets of all sizes.

* We offer all clients FREE telephone consultation to discuss your needs.

* Don’t worry if your challenge seems too small or too big…over the last 12 years our clients have ranged from small businesses to large organizations.

* We pride ourselves in our customer service and project management skills, with hundreds of projects delivered on time, in budget.

* Our goal is simple ...We want to make you happy.

Services Include:

Graphic Design – We offer a full range of Corporate Identity services in the form of Logo Design, Graphic Design and Corporate Style Guide services, including trade show, brochure, mass media print and outdoor advertising conceptual, design and layout services.

Websites – We have developed websites for small businesses and for Fortune 500 organizations and everything in between since 1997. We produce award-winning, search engine friendly Web Designs for startups and Web Redesigns for organizations looking for the next level of beauty & functionality as well as tighter integration between their website with their operations.

Website Extensions – Do you need to add an event calendar, a file uploader, a photo album, a blog, a discussion board, an interactive chat, a Twitter or Facebook interface or some other type of interactive application to your website? We have a huge library of add-ons that can really make your website POP in the eyes of the market.

Shopping Cart – Our search engine friendly eCommerce Engine provides all of the features and functions you need to get into eCommerce with a simple, easy-to-use turn-key solution.

Website Optimization – If it isn’t yet, then make your website more search engine friendly! We follow the guidelines set by the major search engines and have direct relationships with them. If you would like a free phone consultation to discuss your website and review items that we would suggest optimizing and/or adding to your website to make it more search engine friendly, please contact us today.

Custom Software Development – oCrystal reports, ERP integrations, Java, PHP & .NET apps and much more...our programming team has been building custom applications for over 12 years.

Let us know your needs and we can deliver your solution!

For more information on how we can help you please contact Graham Leach at 2524 3303 or

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Need For Search Engine Optimisation Standards

In recent times much has been said about the introduction of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) standards being established in the industry.

On the surface this sounds very viable, and offers advantages for both the clients and the service providers, which I will cover below:

Clients can be sure of the service they receive:

In Search Engine Optimisation today many clients are unsure of the level of service they receive. They do not know what SEO is exactly, and have doubts about it due to having heard negative things in the past about websites being banned from the search engines due to search engine spamming, and over the top prices being charged for a service with no guarantee.

With Search Engine Optimisation standards in place, clients will know exactly what level of service they should receive, what needs to be done on their website, and what the expectations are in terms of website visibility.

Providers can be sure of giving a service that is parallel to competitors:

Currently, SEO providers are constantly battling with competitors to get the best performance possible out of their client’s websites. This increases prices in the industry and also encourages “black-hat” SEO’s (those who try to SPAM their way to the top of search results) to become more devious and secretive in their tactics for wooing customers.

With Search Engine Optimisation standards in place, providers would be able to focus more of their efforts on improving their client’s websites, and less on questionable marketing tactics. This would keep costs down and regulate the industry.

But what about the search engines?

While it can be clearly seen why implementing Search Engine Optimisation standards would be beneficial for both the client and the provider, there is also the perspective of the search engine companies to consider.

Search Engines are still evolving their techniques of indexing pages on the World Wide Web (WWW). Therefore the automatic equations used to rank websites (algorithms) are constantly changing (in some cases on a weekly basis) to provide a better user experience when one types their keyword phrase into search engines such as Google, Yahoo or Live.

This introduces a major complication into the idea of establishing a SEO standard. Because search engines are always improving and changing their methods, so too must the SEO Firms, in order to give their clients a better service. Further more, search engines are notorious for keeping their website ranking algorithms as closely guarded secrets, requiring SEO professionals to discover the new ‘rules’ of the game through educated guesses and painstaking trial and error.

Looking at this issue from the client and service provider perspective it can easily be argued that search engines should in fact introduce standards, or specific guidelines on how websites should be built and maintained in order to rank highly in search engine rankings, and should also commit to updating the guidelines whenever a new algorithm change comes into existence.

However, since search engines are in competition with one another to provide users with the best results for search keywords, they have a very legitimate business case for keeping their methodology confidential. In addition to this, making the algorithms public could also have the undesired effect of allowing “black hat” SEO’s to become more adept at manipulating search results, boosting their rankings through spamming or tricking search engines into believing that their website is more important than it actually is.

Seen from this perspective, it seems very unlikely that any type of meaningful SEO standards can be established in the foreseeable future. Until standards emerge, a business’s best protection will come from choosing their SEO provider wisely.
Compelite has been providing professional SEO services to our clients for over 5 years, and would be happy to meet with you to discuss how our experience and expertise can achieve positive, predictable and measurable results for your website visibility. For more information, please contact our SEO Services Manager Michael Pieper at 2524 3303 or via email to


Thursday, May 31, 2007


Many people assume that if they are appearing in the organic results (through Search Engine Optimisation - SEO) in search engines such as Google, Yahoo or MSN that there is no need to use the respective Pay Per Click (PPC) systems such as Google AdWords, Yahoo Search Marketing or Microsoft adCenter.

This assumption is wrong.

Recent results carried out by Google show 3 major statistics:
  • AdWords: 1000 impressions will recieve on average 10 clicks in top position
  • Organic: 1000 impressions will recieve on average 20 clicks in top position
  • BOTH: 1000 impressions will recieve on average 60 clicks in top position

These results show that you can double your traffic by being at the top of results in both PPC and organic listings.

What must also be taken into consideration is the syndication that takes place when PPC is deployed. When opted into the search network in Google AdWords for example, your ad will be syndicated across seven other search engines including Lycos, Netscape, Alexa, Ask, Hotbot, AOL and Go. Yahoo Search Marketing have a similar system spanning Altavista, Alltheweb, Yahoo and Dogpile.

Therefore, taking this into consideration, it is important to be at the top in both the organic results (through SEO) and the sponsored results (through PPC Management) to get the most traffic to your website.

What is more important is to have a fully optimised PPC account to get the best Return On Investment (ROI). Google has the most advanced PPC system and the widest reach on the internet, therefore Optimisation is a must. Unless you are making use of all the features available to you in your PPC account, you will lose money as you will be paying top price for the top position. With a fully optimised PPC account, you can increase your quality score, resulting in a higher position with a lower Cost Per Click (CPC). Our PPC techniques page shows all of the functions in Google AdWords that you should be using to get the best ROI. If you are not using these functions, then contact us for a quote on PPC Management to maximise you Return On Investment.

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Monday, May 14, 2007

Alexa Traffic Rankings is a popular traffic ranking website among the Search Engine Marketing industry as well as among those who are concerned about their online ranking.

As stated on the Alexa website: "Alexa computes traffic rankings by analyzing the Web usage of millions of Alexa Toolbar users."

Many users however get confused as to what this traffic ranking actually means. What Alexa is doing is comparing your site's traffic (the number of visitors to your site) with that of all the other websites in the world.

Also we must take note that the traffic that it measures is only traffic from those who have the Alexa toolbar installed. Because of this there will be a bias towards more technical sites getting ranked higher, as more technical users use this toolbar. Alexa states:

"The traffic data are based on the set of toolbars that use Alexa data, which may not be a representative sample of the global Internet population."

Alexa, therefore is not a very reliable tool when comparing your website to the world. Perhaps a better analysis would be to compare your website to those of your direct competitors in your own field. Take for example:
  • Compelite Limited - Alexa Ranking of 227,693
  • Jump Web Services Limited - Alexa Ranking of 412,963
  • Agog Digital Marketing Strategy - Alexa Ranking of 860,550
  • Flying Tiger Web Design - Alexa Ranking of 2,254,795
  • Fluid Design and Marketing - Alexa Ranking of 3,302,708
  • Rebound Internet Services Limited - Alexa Ranking of 4,018,912

This way you can see a much better analysis of your Traffic Ranking in comparison to your competitors. If you notice that your ranking has dropped significantly, check the ranking of your competitors to see if the trend is the same.

One must also take note that Alexa states:

"Generally, Traffic Rankings of 100,000+ should be regarded as not reliable because the amount of data we receive is not statistically significant"

Therefore you should really only look to Alexa as a reliable tool when your Alexa Ranking is well withing the 100,000 mark.

A more important measure of Website Ranking is where your website appears when someone searches for it in either Google, Yahoo or MSN. If you type "web design hong kong" into Google, we would expect to see Compelite on the first page.

This means that your website is highly visible, and there is a good chance that users will click on it if it appears on the first page of search engine results. Check out Compelite's Search Engine Marketing (SEM) services and get your website listed where the clients are clicking!

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Friday, May 11, 2007

Choosing the Right SEO Company

Yesterday, a popular Search Engine Optimisation company in Australia was penalised in Google for spamming their index by using Black-Hat SEO techniques to artificially boost their rankings. The major technique they used was a link-building technique that linked their websites to other irrelevant websites. When doing a search for the sites that link to them in Google (please copy and paste the link into your browser to see the example - we have purposely avoided linking to these sites so that Google will not relate our sites with those listed):

...It can be seen that there are many irrelevant sites. Take one for example, HIT RADIO. On this site you can find their links page:


...which links to a load of irrelevant sites. These sites and their link pages are often referred to as Link Farms and are something that you want to avoid at all costs.

It is extremely important to choose the right Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) company and more importantly one that uses 'white-hat' SEO techniques.

White-Hat SEO techniques are those techniques encouraged by Google. These are ways to optimise your website without spamming search engines. See our list of White-Hat SEO techniques used at Compelite.

Black-Hat SEO techniques are used to artificially boost ranking by using spamming techniques.

The company mentioned above risks their website being banned in search engines and also all of their client sites risk being banned as they, no doubt, will be inadvertently using the same techniques to increase their rankings. This is why it is extremely important to find an SEO company that is open and honest with you about the techniques that they use.

You will find all the techniques or factors that Compelite look into when performing an SEO campaign on our Search Engine Optimisation Techniques page. We also list all the techniques used when managing your Pay Per Click campaign on our Google AdWords Techniques page. When choosing a company to Manage your AdWords Account you should also make sure that they are qualified as a Google Advertising Professional. This will ensure that they can offer you the best management and Return on Investment (ROI).

Any SEO company that is extremely secretive of the SEO techniques that they use, should be avoided or at least investigated more meticulously. Those that are open and thorough in their explanations can be trusted and researched to a point of understanding that can be trusted.

Google has a recommendations page when selecting the right SEO Company to work with. You can find that page under their "My sites ranking in Google" section.

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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Establishing Web Presence

When looking to establish a web presence it is very important to ask yourself what you need, and equally as important to find a company that can provide you with everything in that list. It is not good enough to go to one company for web design, another for emarketing, and yet another for search engine optimisation. All aspects of a website tie into one another and so too do all aspects of programming a website.

All to often we see clients coming to us for search engine optimisation (SEO), after having their site designed by another company fully in flash or javascript, when one of their main priorities was to be visible in search engines. Flash is one of the worst programming techniques to use when website visibility in search engines is paramount. Yet because the company that designed the website specialises only in flash web design and not in search engine optimisation; when asked by the client will my website be search engine friendly the company replies, "yes, just wait two or three months". Or they compare with other flash websites "Cartier, Nike and Adidas all use Flash and their websites are extremely visible". Yet what they can't tell their clients is why these websites are so visible.

One ranking factor used by search engines as a guage of website ranking, is sites linking in to your website. You can use this as a factor in your search engine ranking, but keep in mind that this is only 1 of over 100 different aspects that all join together to boost your overall ranking.

By typing "" into Google, Yahoo or MSN you can see how many other websites link back to you. Lets start with the first example given above - Cartier. Cartier have 376 websites that link to them. See for yourself by typing "" into Google. This is quite a good amount. Of course the more websites linking to you the better. I should also point out that it is best to have one-way incoming links. This means that you should not link back to them. These are the most valuable links to have.

In comparison to Cartier, Nike and Adidas are way ahead. Adidas have 2,330 incoming links to their website, and Nike have 3,090. Another aspect to note is how these links are gained. Since Nike, Adidas and Cartier are such large brands, they gain their incoming links organically - people link to them with out them asking and therefore, incoming links are build continuously at a steady rate. This is by far the best way to build incoming links.

Compare this with many of the packages found on the internet, many of them utilising black-hat SEO techniques (SPAM techniques), which offer link-building campaigns and the like for US$20 (or something along these lines). These companies should not be trusted when it comes to building incoming links as they more often than not use SPAM techniques such as linking to link-farms, sites setup purely to build reciprocal links. They link to you, you link to them. Sometimes you will stumble across these sites and wonder how on earth you found them. Many of these companies have now been banned from the search engines as algorithms become more advanced.

Relying on incoming links to build your website ranking, if you have a flash website can take years upon years. It is best to work on building your companies recognition in the industry and let incoming links build themselves. This will result in the best link strategy. Getting back to establishing a web presence, consider the following items when building your website:

If the company you are with cannot provide you with all the services that you need, then you are quite frankly with the wrong company. The most important aspect of building a web presence is to choose a company that can both understand and implement all of your needs and desires, not to mention suggesting other options that you may not have thought of. Compelite strive to offer their clients the best service available, that is why they look at every aspect of web design and development when building your online web presence.

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Monday, April 30, 2007

Search Engine Optimisation vs. Pay Per Click

Over the years we have seen varying trends between the popularity of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and the Pay Per Click (PPC) model. But where are we today?

SEO has been steadily gaining trust once again, compared to when it was highly abused in the past, due mainly to poor Search Engine Algorithms. Search Engine Algorithms have since improved tremendously and we are now seeing results that were the sole purpose of the invention of Search Engines. After all we must remember that Search was never intended to generate traffic for commercial websites. For example, “Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Note that this says nothing to the tune of providing the best free advertising medium.

We have seen a consistent trend recently of an increase in Blogs and generally useful information (take for example, wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit). Commercial websites appear to be dropping lower and lower in the search engine rankings. This tells us what the future may hold. I suspect that we will see a total shift where commercial websites will no longer be a candidate for SEO. Rather PPC will be the advertising medium of choice, providing the most valuable positions in search engine rankings for commercial websites.

This begs the question, where does that leave the small contenders who cannot afford either an SEO campaign (which most likely will not be applicable compared to the competition) or a PPC Advertising Campaign? Well this is a question that will need to be answered by the top search engines, as we move in this direction day by day. Perhaps these less fortunate companies are better off by relying less on search engine results and more on their own marketing campaigns such as eNewsletters that are sent directly to their own registered users. WhosOn could be another option in monitoring the performance of marketing campaigns and the like. WhosOn is a tool which will show you who is using your web sites in real time, as well as give you and your visitors the ability to chat to each other. This tool will also give you all of the statistics that are available to you through Google AdWords' own monitoring program, Google Analytics. Try Whoson now with a Free 1 Month Trial!

Meanwhile Google AdWords is paving the path as the most sophisticated PPC model on the market. Google is one of the only companies that has invested nearly nothing in promoting its ad program, rather spending their time and money on technological innovation. This is one major reason why they are way ahead of the rest in the same arena, and why advertisers put so much more trust into Google AdWords – Because they have a model that promotes itself through word of mouth and results that you can trust. Google also continues to make constant minor changes to its PPC model to provide consistent advances in technology, as well as the best possible services available for its users.

With the consistent decline in the click through rate (CTR) of banner advertisements and the like, it is not difficult to see why PPC ads are so popular. Banner ad CTR’s often fall below 0.1%, and are continuing to do so. Compare this to PPC CTR’s, which can often be up to 100 times better when optimised efficiently by a Google Advertising Professional.

What I find upsetting in this area of Google’s Advanced PPC model is that advertisers believe that they are fully capable in managing their own PPC accounts. While this may be the case in some circumstances, most advertisers simply do not have the time or the expertise to fully manage a Google AdWords account in order to capitalise on performance and results.

Almost everything can be measured in a Google AdWords account, providing the advertiser with a wealth of information, compared with lesser advertising techniques where you must simply be content with lots of traffic that may or may not convert into sales. With Google AdWords you can measure conversion rates and do something about them if they are below your expectations.

With a Google Advertising Professional at the reins, they can check every item that is available to them through the AdWords platform to provide the best CTR’s, and ultimately the best Return On Investment (ROI). Successful deployment of an AdWords account involves making use of all of its features, repetitively, as new advertisers enter the market and old ones leave. The PPC market is ever changing, and so too must your account to keep up both with the changes in the number of advertisers and in the trends by prospects searching for your products and/or services throughout different times of the year. Also you will excel over your competitors who are managing their own campaigns, not knowing/using all of the features available in their Google AdWords account.

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Friday, December 01, 2006

Chinese Search Engine Optimisation

Chinese Search Engine Optimisation
Compelite have had great success with their first Chinese Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) client TÜV SÜD. Working on their Chinese site in Shanghai, TÜV SÜD's keyword visibility has skyrocketed over a period of only 4 months.

With a contract of 100 Keywords in the Top 20 positions over Google, Yahoo and MSN (.com), Compelite have achieved 306 positions in the Top 20 positions, 275 in the Top 10 and a whopping 130 keywords in first place.

TÜV SÜD also requested that Compelite achieve similar results in Baidu,, and cn.Yahoo. With similar results to the Global Search Engines, we achieved a visibility of 221 keywords in the Top 10 positions.
Compelite now offer Pay Per Click (PPC) Management as a stand alone service or to compliment your Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) campaign. As SEO and PPC Management are so closely related, we recommend using the two campaigns hand-in-hand to get the best performance from both of them.


Friday, September 29, 2006

Search Engine Marketing - Return on Investment

Search Engine Marketing:
The Ultimate Return on Investment:

There was a considerable turnout at today’s event hosted by The American Chamber of Commerce at the JW Marriot in Hong Kong. Pay Per Click (PPC) marketing was the main topic with Search Engine Optimisation only touched upon briefly.

The primary speakers today were:

Celia Chan, MSN Asia Regional Director, Microsoft Corporation.
Anna Chan, Corporate Sales Manager, Search Marketing, Yahoo! Hong Kong Limited
Crid Yu, Head of Sales, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia, Google Inc.

I was quite disappointed to find that the event was primarily concerned about Google, Yahoo and MSN pushing their PPC programs, and of course how their systems can bring you valuable traffic and Return on Investment.

Although I agree to some extent that their PPC services are valuable, I also believe that a PPC campaign can only be successfully executed when run alongside a strong Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) campaign.

Let me briefly explain the two systems. In Search Engine Optimisation, our primary goal is to get common keywords that potential customers will use to find your product or services on a search engine, ranked as high as possible – organically. By organic, I mean without paying a search engine to boost your ranking. To do this, we will optimise your website (as well as many other factors), so that it is more appealing to a search engine, and therefore it will rank higher because of its worth to the community as a whole.

Pay Per Click, however, involves paying a search engine to list your website at a certain level, depending on the amount of money you spend on any particular keyword.

What also surprised me was that PPC was primarily focused toward the ‘average user’. Most people/companies are expected to run their own campaigns, bidding on their own selected keywords without much or any guidelines on what price to bid or what keywords to bid on. Specializing in Search Engine Optimisation, primarily in Hong Kong, Compelite know for a fact that it is very important to select the correct keywords in any search engine campaign, be it either organic, or PPC. Considering this, I think it is very likely that many businesses are wasting their money, by running their own PPC campaigns, without having the proper knowledge of which keywords to focus on.

So, in conclusion, I would recommend that the focus be placed on Search Engine Optimisation, with PPC used as an additional support (if necessary). We have found that the majority of users select an organic result first. They will only look to a sponsored result (PPC), only when they cannot find what they are looking for in the organic results. Therefore PPC is really only a backup. As search engines are becoming more and more advanced by filtering out the SPAM, and placing the most relevant search results at the top, there is less need for PPC marketing campaigns.

Michael Pieper
SEO Manager.
Compelite Limited.

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Tuesday, August 22, 2006

91.63% of Users Choose First Page Results

Data has leaked out from AOL which shows that 91.63% of its users select results from the first page of search engine results. This is the top 10 search results.

We can break this down even further to see that the top result received approximately 47% of clicks, second position about 14%, and third about 10%. As search engines become more advanced, we see how important it is to be listed in the top results. To the stage now where your company really needs to be listed in the top 10 results, or the first page.

Compelite realise this, and offer top 20 as well as top 10 and even top 5 position plans in Search Engine Optimisation. See more information on our Search Engine Optimisation services here:

Or download our Search Engine Optimisation Brochure.


Thursday, July 20, 2006

Law Alliance stick with Compelite for Search Engine Optimisation

Law Alliance stick with Compelite for their third year in a row for Search Engine Optimisation on

Law Alliance have continued to show great results throughout the years and continue their great visibility year by year. See their latest website ranking and page view stats increases over the past 3 months at Alexa.

Law Alliance is recognised as one of Asia’s leading legal recruitment consultancies. Their list of clients encompasses all of the leading law firms with interests in the region together with an array of household name corporations and banks from around the globe.


Monday, May 22, 2006

Club Paradise Palawan choose Compelite for Search Engine Optimisation

Club Paradise Palawan have chosen Compelite to carry out Search Engine Optimisation on their website

Club Paradise have redesigned their website and are now ready for Search Engine Optimisation. We have already tripled traffic to their website, and expect to see a continuous increase in traffic over the coming three months. See their Alexa Traffic Results.

Club Paradise is on Dimakya Island, Municipality of Coron. A part of the Calamian Group of Islands, it is situated at the Northern tip of Palawan, the Philippine’s last frontier. Where possibilities are blissful, endearing and endless.


Thursday, March 30, 2006

TÜV SÜD Choose Compelite for Search Engine Optimisation

TÜV SÜD have decided to go with Compelite for Search Engine Optimisation on their Chinese website

We are very excited to get our first Chinese SEO contract. Hopefully this is the first of many more to come. There has been much controversy in the field of Search Engines in China over the past months regarding censorship on Google. There have also been many changes in the popularity of top search engines. At the present time these are the statistics:

Baidu: 43.97%
Yahoo: 21.14%
Google: 13.22%

TÜV SÜD Group is a leading technical service company active in the strategic business segments INDUSTRY, MOBILITY and PEOPLE. Their objectives are reliability, safety and quality as well as environmental protection and cost effectiveness. TÜV SÜD Group is represented internationally by more than 130 sites and serves over 5 million customers.


Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Pacific Reach for Search Engine Optimisation

Pacific Reach Limited have opted for Search Engine Optimisation by Compelite.

Search Engine Optimisation is starting to gain recognition in Hong Kong and around the world as search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN make it more and more difficult for "blackhat" SEO's to spam the search engines. "Whitehat" SEO's are now showing their benefit to Companies worldwide by placing them towards the top of search engines without "spamming" them.

Pacific Reach Ltd is an international product development and consultancy company based out of Hong Kong. They provide a one-stop solution for overseas companies to develop, manufacture and export products from China and the Asia Pacific Region.


Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Where are you? Are you visible on the net?

Compelite helped Hypernet to increase traffic ranking by 1,600%. See results page from Alexa.

Physiohk are the latest company to take our search engine placement. In the next 3 months we will see thier ranking dramatically improve.

Saffron Cruises become the 8th Most Popular In Travel and Tourism in Hong Kong largely due to the eMarketing system but also due to Search Engine Optimisation see Alexa results.

We work on a minimum of 100 keywords and have a guarantee to get you 100 top 20 placements with Google, Yahoo and MSN.

Try finding yourself. If you can’t, then talk to Compelite Limited. Or search for Compelite in any search engine…

More information on Search Engine Optimisation.


Monday, January 05, 2004

Simpson Marine makes top 20 positions in GOOGLE

Compelite Search Engine Optimisation has produced top 20 positions for Simpson Marine (HK) Ltd to make their service easier to find on the web. Search for relevant words to help people using the worlds leading search engines find you and your service / products such as:
  • "Yachts Hong Kong"
  • "Boat Dealer Asia"
  • "Azimut Yachts"
  • "Simpson Marine"

We work on a minimum of 100 keywords and have a guarantee to get you 100 top 20 placements in the top three search engines: Google, Yahoo and MSN.

Try finding yourself. If you can’t, then talk to Compelite Limited. Or search for Compelite in any search engine…

More information on Search Engine Optimisation…


Friday, November 29, 2002

Hotel Group Discover Search Engine Optimisation

The Gran Milia Group (Jakarta) join a list of other international hotels using Compelite's search engine optimisation solution.

The Hotel Gran Milia Hotel Group contacted Compelite and ask if we could increase hotel bookings for their prestigious Hotel in Jakarta.

Realizing that most of their worldwide prospective clients would be using search engines to find hotels they knew that if they were in the top listings they would have much more of a chance to attract new clients.

Compelite has researched the most common searched keywords to find hotels in Jakarta and with a contract of 100 keywords we can guarantee a top 20 placement in the top global search engines (non pay service).

Web traffic will increase exponentially and from this more enquiries will follow.

Please feel free to try our existing clients' SEO by searching in Google, Yahoo and MSN for the following clients:

Waterfront Hotel search keyword: "cebu vacations"
Century Park Hotel search keyword: "cheap hotel manila"
Fridays search keyword: "boracay resort"
Law Alliance search keyword: "law recruitment hong kong"

Click here to find more about Search Engine Optimisation