Thursday, 19 July 2012
Quoakle Teams Up With Really Simple SEO!
This week, Quoakle teamed up with Really Simple SEO to provide a great, all-round, website promotion service for all its paying clients.
ReallySimpleSEO.com is the popular website of well-established SEO Consultancy, Search Marketing Services, based in South West England. Specialising in affordable SEO training, Really Simple SEO provides online training resources to help small businesses learn how to optimise and promote their own website. Resources include downloadable Tutorials, eBooks and Lessons written in a simple to understand way that anyone can follow.
Really Simple SEO is run by website promotion specialist David Howlett and provides lots of freely available resources as well as a very extensive service that is accessible just to signed-up members. When you become a member you get instant access to over 100 tutorials of SEO training resources.
Really Simple SEO is now offering six months free membership to paying members of Quoakle's graphical directory.
Director of Quoakle.com, Nigel Steele provided a recommendation over a year ago on the Really Simple SEO website. "What I like about your posts David, are that they are simple! They just take steady consistent work by readers such as myself on my own website. We have been applying a lot of your advice and our pages are steadily improving Google rank”.
Many other members of the Really Simple training programme have also stated how useful David's posts are and how effective the advice given is when applied on their own business's website.
“Very informative and useful training.” Alex Kennedy Atkphoto.com
“The SEO tutorials have helped me get my website into position 1, 2 or 3 in Google for all of my main keywords”. Tim Evans, MeadowMania.co.uk
So great news all round that paying clients on Quoakle's innovative graphical business directory will now receive all the benefits of working with two of the South West's leading website promotion specialists, Quoakle.com and Really Simple SEO.com.
Posted by Nigel Steele at 11:42