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Are you tired of SEO theories and outdated articles?

<h1>, keyword density, validity of HTML

On-Page SEO Factors

There is much discussion about on-page SEO factors. The core of most of the controversy is the lack of testing on dozens of various sites of equal significance. Someone who sees the test results can draw up a plan for on-page SEO more expertly to get a competitive edge. What is your choice?

All types of links, social networks

Off-Page Strategies

We test to find out which links help and which links do not. Do the links have a negative effect? What time rate of link purchases is the best for different types of sites? Do likes and tweets have an effect and what kind of effect do they produce? А link purchase is a big risk. Do you need to minimize that risk?

Average Time on Site, Bounce Rate

User Behavior Factors

We have done experiments to answer these important questions: Does the site’s click through rate in search engine results pages affect the site’s position? What are the bounce rate indicators that may harm the site’s position? Does the average time on site affect TrustRank?

What do you get?

What do we sell?

We test how search engines work, using our own unique websites, and we sell the results of those SEO experiments. You don\'t have to test multiple methods. Just buy the results of our research and make the most effective use of your work!


Keep up with SEO trends

We are constantly updating our results and we keep records of the websites’ positions. The information doesn\'t go out of date and you see how every SEO method works over a long period of time.

Good cost saving
Available in 3 languages
World practice
Reviews of the project

Introductory information

The search engine algorithms are constantly changing and the schemes that worked successfully yesterday can stop working tomorrow. Yesterday there was a need for an exact-match keyword-based anchor; today there is a need for broad match keyword-based anchors. Yesterday the average of the bounce rate for a theme wasn't compared, but today it is.

Of course, it is possible to know all that, but learning anew every time a major algorithm is released is difficult and cost-consuming. If something does not work the way it did before after a search engine update, we measure it in experiments and all those involved in the project have a competitive edge. Promoting the sites successfully without experiments is problematic.

Experiments are sold in a form of monthly subscriptions. Why? First, some SEO factors do not work immediately; for example, "fast indexing bot" cannot list all metrics at a time, so the site has to get into the database of a search engine, where everything will be counted permanently. Thus, sites with poor content often get out of the SERP not all at once, but after some time, and we cannot track the results of the first few weeks and advise you to make the same content.

Second, the results need to be updated for every update of the algorithm. For example, you’ve noticed some of your sites have dropped down in position, and you need more analytical information. You can look up hundreds of sites at our site to how they behave, and it will help you understand what factors cause the drop.

For the sale of experiments special websites are created that are not affected by any alien factors. If there are to be only seven links on an experimental site, it will contain that exact number.
If the sites with analogous on-page SEO are required, then the number of exact-match and broad-match keywords entries and the number of characters per page will be counted.

Close attention is paid to hosting, IP addresses, shared accounts, NS, geography of data centers, and many more details that we know from testing, and which are constantly added up. When we need the old sites that could have been affected by multiple factors since their creation, we’ll give an advance notice.

There is an “unlock fee” for a single experiment, and a fee for a monthly subscription. Experiments are always sold with one-month subscription in advance. For example: 10 USD is a fee for experiment and a subscription fee for one month amounts to 10 USD. For the first purchase you’ll have to pay 20 USD and only 10 USD to extend the subscription for another month.

Having once unlocked any experiment for yourself, you can log in in after four months and buy the subscription for all updates during that four-month period for the one-month fee.

You can pay through PayPal or with Visa or MasterCard.

Off-Page SEO
  • Off-Page SEO

    Are different IP addresses necessary for satellite sites? Dispelling the myths

    Having spent money on the creation of 15 mini-sites, are we running a risk to get an effect as from one site? Do you buy expensive links on 20 sites of one owner at the same IP address? This experiment might save you thousands of dollars on creation of your own satellites and purchase of links. Forty-six specially created sites of the same commercial themes are taking part in the experiment.
    Author: AlgoDiscovery



Experiments & Blog


Thank you


I was constantly looking for the information I needed, bit by bit. You can surf the whole internet and find very abstract information - theory without facts. Countless seminars, SEO articles, SEO lessons, like pouring water through a sieve. Finally, I have found the service where I can get hold of necessary SEO information, based on concrete facts. I don't believe different SEO Gurus. I need evidence and algodiscovery provides it to me!
Seo specialist

Charlie Remington


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