I think visually it is ok and you are making a good use of images. I did notice typos or spelling and grammatical errors in the web content. You may want to consider asking a native English speaker to go over the content and improve it. The search engine puts a high ranking on the quality of the content, as well as do consumers coming to a site and expecting professional service.
On mobile the site looks a little cluttered and font is quite large. You have to scroll quite a bit to get what you want. You may want to keep track of your mobile search data to see if people are actually converting or not. If not, then a new mobile first approach or strategy would also be good.
Bounce Rate of website is really high 68.35% at this point you need to analyze user behavior using analytic tool. Do A/B Testing if it won’t work than might be the keywords from which user coming to your website is not relevant. You need to work on good keywords that not only drag traffic to your website but also generate leads.
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I’m rather confused here, and think I may be looking at the wrong site. The only site I can find with this name is offering web design and related services, including “High-class SEO Services”. As I can’t imagine a business like that would need to ask for such help from a forum, I think I must be looking at the wrong thing.
To give you some general advice, I would strongly suggest you read Google’s “Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide”, which will help you learn the basics, and ensure you don’t get any misinformation or bad advice.
Infographics and images will not help SEO in any way, unless you also provide appropriate alt text for them - which you should be doing, in any case, to make them accessible to visitors using screen readers, or for whom images don’t load (for whatever reason). But search engines look at the content of a site, so while images may have some effect - as they are part of the content - you should certainly concentrate more on the text.
I just want you to review my website. Experts can also make mistakes or forget something… For an example - a chef always like you to taste their food and suggest what to add in the dish. Just like that, i want all seo experts here to review my website once.
OK. And you’re right that anybody can make a mistake - even an expert. But do remember that SitePoint threads are crawled and indexed by search engines. It might not look good to a potential customer if they look for information about your company and find you asking for advice on a forum about the very services you are advertising.