ECommerce Website Designers + Shopping Cart Software for Small Business

Your web site is your shop front to the world and for this reason it needs to clearly and quickly tell the world who you are and what you are selling. Your ecommerce website must therefore stand out amongst it’s competitors with striking graphics, simple navigation and seamless pathways that lead the buyer from the home page right through to the check out page.

Of course your ecommerce website design must be highly mobile and tablet friendly allowing trnsactions to take place on-the-go. At Hopping Mad Designs we now implement responsive programming and coding techniques to ensure that your ecommerce website displays perfectly on all: iphones, ipads, androids, and ipads.

One extremely important point to note is that with all ecommerce sites we build, our intention is to have it ranking on the search engines as well. From the outset, we plan the site structure, URL’s, content and interface so that it will be loved and in turn ranked on Google. This is a key point of difference when working with Hopping Mad Designs; we just don’t build sites, we build web solutions that not only look stunning, but will also drive online traffic to your website and convert these visitors into paying customers.

Hopping Mad Designs has been at the forefront of developing ecommerce sites in Australia for well over 17 years and feel that we are the right choice for your business when it comes to designing, developing and marketing your next ecommerce website.


1) Tell the world about your new product by uploading it online instantly. Our back end CMS platform will give the the freedom to add/delete/change price of products at your discretion. This offers a great solution for all businesses who need to be constantly changing their products online.

2) Shoppers love bargains and our ecommerce solutions gives you the ability to add a ‘sale sign’ and adjust prices accordingly.

3) Make your new products jump out with a ‘new products’ area.

4) See your products from different angles with our product rotation function.

5) Allow shoppers to become ‘fans’ by integrating a whole lot of social media on the site. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google Plus, just to name a few.

6) Build a database of customers and market to them regularly with our newsletter management system. Collect the names and email addresses of all paying customers, and keep them up to speed on your product range. We can design you a newsletter template, and integrate it with third party software that will allow you to manage your entire email marketing. It’s so much easier than you think! Make sure you ask us about this fantastic marketing function.

7) We will create a unique looking website and never offer a template design solution. All our graphics are designed to make you look like a market leader. We want your website to have a point of difference and this can only be achieved by using a design agency like Hopping Mad Designs.

– Allow your inventory to be showcased in a uniform, structured way, making the buying process a breeze. Our ecommerce solution allows you to categorise products in a logical format. Of course the amount of categories and products you can update is unlimited.

– Process all payments through our Eway Gateway or PayPal. We guide you through the whole process set up and offer advice on the best payment solutions for your bsuiness.

– Our CMS is set up in such a way that your product listing will be optimised for the search engines, through SEO friendly URL structures. We make sure that your product can be found, indexed and then ranked.

– You can allocate various shipping and freight charges to products and adjust these according to weight and size.

– You can export all your orders through to your MYOB accounting system eliminating a whole lot of manual work. Think about how much time and hassle this will save you.

– Give customers the option of evouchers that they can buy for their friends or even better; implement a full promo code system.

– Allow customers to rate, review, share and comment on your products. This is great for enhancing site participation.

– If you want to integrate your levels of stock with the website we can easily implement a system that tracks orders and alerts you when product levels are low. We can also adjust stock levels in real time based on online purchases through our CRM systems.


So if you are looking at having the best possible ecommerce website designed, built and marketed for your business, then give us a call here at Hopping Mad Designs on 02 9360 8514. We can give you an cost estimate over the phone and you can have your new site up and running in a matter of weeks.

The hidden costs of outsourcing your web development offshore

  • The time you take to write a brief, explain it to another person and manage this from another time zone will be time consuming.
  • Different time zones mean that answers take a long time, over night in some cases. Think about all those additional public holidays in India.
  • Every time you need to make a change or amend it can take another day or two. This slows the whole web development process down to a crawl.
  • How you look is a major when it comes to delivering web projects within scop and on budget. Delays can really tarnish your image and reputation
  • Can the development team implement on site SEO techniques?
  • Development coding that is full of bugs and issues.

Following are some issues when offshoring web development:

Communication problems

Unable to have a face to face meeting with your developer is a major problem. Communication with someone in another language, half way around the world is a recipe for disaster. It’s a numbers game with these developers and if you are not happy with them, they simply get another client. They have little regard for customer service and will be happy to NOT return your call or email in a timely manner. Work cultures are different to what we are used to in Australia. Here we want answers and want them fast. In India for example, this is not necessarily the case and you can be left hanging for an answer for days on end. Do not expect the same level of communication or customer service when your developers are offshore.  Even if they have a contact in Australia, this just won’t work. The communication issues will still remain no matter what light you try to paint this in.

Really Bad Code Quality

They just have little or no quality control. Projects are passed from one develop to the next, with no planning. The end result is rotten code, broken links, no SEO insight and bad content management solutions. I have seen the result first hand of projects being out sourced and what we have had to do to fix the issues. It’s JUST NOT WORTH THE HEADACHES. There is no one to talk to and responsibility and blame for poor programming is passed from one person to the next. It’s an absolute shambles.

Lack of Real Guidance or Team Leadership

Offshore developers will never offer creative solutions on web issues or try to offer alternatives or provide information about the latest technologies. Their concern is to get the job out the door and get paid as fast as possible. Here at Hopping Mad Designs are not order takers. Every project we work on, will be supervised by a team of web development experts to ensure that you get a real return on your development dollars.

One great example, is in regards to SEO which will be completely ignored. Not only will your site look bad but there will be no chance of it ever ranking on Google.

Payments in Advance.

These guys want your money upfront and won’t release files till payment is made. If there are any issues post web launch they slug you for more money to fix their mistakes. Believe me I have seen this before. Why this happens, is that they quote so low to get the work that any amends that need doing has to be charged. It’s a matter of costs. They want your business and will say and do anything to get it, but once there, you are stuck. Another thing is the falling dollar. The price of the development rises each time the value of our dollar slides. These guys are not silly. If our dollar goes up they will adjust development costs accordingly.

What Can You Do?

In not saying that it’s a complete nightmare. There are the one in a million companies that are probably OK. Even development companies here in Sydney are known for their shoddy work. The trick is to do your home work and meet with the developers. Get a sense of their work, commitment to your project and past experience. Even better why not give us a call here at Hopping Mad Designs on 02 9360 8514. If you think your website is in need of a revamp or a looking to get a new site please get in touch.

Things That Every Website Design Must Have

  1. Make sure that the navigation and site layout is simple and very intuitive. That is, it’s really easy to use and get around.
  2. Be certain to have the navigation at the top of your website so that users can navigate their way around in a simple manner.
  3. Keep images down to a minimum and ensure that all pages are uncluttered and an easy read.
  4. A good point to note here is font size. Make it legible and keep spacing between paragraphs.
  5. Bullet points are a great way to make pages easy to read.
  6. Having links site wide within you content allow the user the ability to jump between pages easily.
  7. Are your Images Appealing? Use images that reflect your business. Avoid cheesy, cheap istock images that have nothing to do with your company. Those boardroom photos with people handshaking used to be the rage 10 years ago, but now will only harm your website.
  8. Is there any flash on your website? If so, kill it. Flash animation or images that are moving on your site are a killer for search engine rankings and need to be either replaced with a much friendlier java script completely deleted. Flash may look cool, but will be invisible on iphones and ipads.
  9. Can visitors get in touch with you? Don’t make it hard for people to contact you. Highly visible contact fields should be on each page as well as on the navigation menu.
  10. Give visitors the option to call or online chat with you. Another good idea is to have a contact form similar to the one on the hopping mad site.
  11. Make sure that the site is: visible on most web browsers including; safari, firefox, chrome and internet explorer.
  12. Make certain that the site is mobile friendly and is responsive to all screen sizes. This is a new technology and should be taken up with your web developer.


Can your website developer answer these question?

Once the site goes live and I need to make future changes, can I do this myself? Most websites should be built around a CMS or content management system platform that will allow you to make your own amends. This will save you heaps of time and money if you can do it yourself. Make sure that the web developer will be building your site using an open source CMS ( such as WordPress ), that does not lock you into their contacts. This is wide spread amongst many web development companies and if you fall prey to this, you can end up paying monthly fees ( never disclosed to you) for using their CMS platform.

  1. Will the design of the website be customised or based on a pre-existing template. Many businesses will be happy with a standard template design, but if you require something a little more complex with thought put into the design process, then it should be customised based on a detailed brief. Don’t try and go the cheaper standard version to save a few dollars now. Having a customised design will make you look unique and set your business apart.
  2. What is their portfolio like? Can they show you their most recent work and perhaps some examples of sites they have developed for other businesses in the same industry. Don’t be afraid to call a few of their past clients and get their opinion on the work performed.
  3. What are the hosting fees like? Can they organise the hosting and where will it be based and what type of security does it offer? Ideally if your business is here in Australia, it should be hosted here. Also, many web developers charge outrageous monthly hosting fees saying they are necessary for web maintenance and updates. This is unnecessary and you really need to pay a small fee every year for hosting. Don’t get ripped off in this space.
  4. Will my site be worked on internally or will the designs be out sourced? Make sure you work with a developer who will be doing your  designs. Having them out sourced to a freelancer can compromise the designs and entire development process.
  5. Do I get training with my CMS? And, if I need help on an on going basis what are the hourly rates?
  6. What is the timeline for my project? Try to set solid project milestones to avoid delays and budget blowouts. Delays can easily turn a web relationship sour, so adhering to a schedule will be the best philosophy.
  7. Will they design and develop a site using search engine friendly techniques? Having your website ranking well on Google is great feeling and it will lead to am increase in web traffic.
  8. Will the developers install Google Analytics into the site to make web analysis easy?
  9. Are there any hidden costs that I should be aware of down the track, such as hosting, CMS monthly fees, intellectual property fees etc.
  10. Are they going to be putting any social media links into the site? You will be needing at least a Facebook and Twitter link on your home page. Social media marketing are considered the building blocks of marketing campaigns and your web developer should have a firm understanding of this.
  11. Will there be a contact form on the website and where does the captured information on this form go to? Will they help set up an email newsletter system?
  12. Can I come in for face to face meeting to make web amends? This is great of you prefer that kind of contact rather than emailing everything.
  13. Who owns the intellectual property once the site is complete? Who owns the images and do I have to pay a yearly fee for these?
  14. Can you put a blog on my site and will you be able to train me in how to use the blog.
  15. Will you help me in the writing of the site content or do you have people that can help me with this. Content marketing is great for your Google rankings, and all web developers MUST be able to provide a copywriter for you most important landing pages.
  16. How long does it take to design and build a site? Most developers will say five to seven weeks from initial meeting to site deployment.
  17. With the CMS, which areas can I edit and which are static? Are you comfortable not being able to amend the static areas of the website?
  18. How much do are you going to charge for web design? Better web designs will charge for their work and design expertise, whilst cheap quotes will result in websites that have had corners cut with many short cuts taken. If they quote a fixed price, ask them exactly what this includes.
  19. Will you be developing up a set of Wireframes for me to look at before any design work starts – Wireframes allow the user to see the site structure. Like architectural drawings of a house.

If you are still unsure and need help, then call the team at Hopping Mad Designs on 02 9360 8514 – we are more than happy to answer any questions you might have regarding web design & development.

Pinterest an e-commerce social media must-have!

Some Pinterest Tips for Your Ecommerce Website.

1) If you're always creating and adding pins about your products, remember to put a  price with these pins. Prices with products are generating well over 40% more traffic and views according to the latest statistics.

2) Can you believe this, the average purchase from Pinterest was $90, which is triple the order from Facebook.

3) Because web users go to Pinterest for specific purpose or to look at creative items, it now outranks other sites when it comes to people making a sale; this includes the giant Amazon. So what are you waiting for?

4) Make sure you Tweet your Pins on Twitter.

Don’t be afraid of this new social media marketing platform. You might be rolling your eyes and thinking that Pinterest is just another social media craze that I have to learn, but in this day and age, either you embrace these social platforms or you will be left behind.

Believe me, once you start pinning on Pinterest, you will find that you can’t stop.

Why m. websites are no good

1. Redirects they are bad for SEO

Google likes 1 URL per website and having a redirect from your main site to a m dot website is just plain bad for search engine optimisation. Google mentions this on their forum so be warned about the SEO implications of an m dot strategy.

2. It Slows The Experience Down

With mobile phone and3G delays, you can be waiting up to 1.5 seconds for the redirect to an m-dot. Users are time poor and will not like this part of the process at all. Speed is the key to winning new clients online and this will certainly count against you. Conversion rates need to be high in the mobile world especially if there is ecommerce involved. M dot redirects in regards to speed is certainly going to count against you.

3. To Many Subdomains

If your online marketing strategy is to have a website that serves each digital segment; such as iphones, tablets and the raft of new technologies yet to come out in 2013/14, how are you going to accommodate these markets. One domain for each device wont cut it and will end up with your URL in a complete mess. Just think about how many sub domains you could have to accommodate each screen/device.

4. It’s not Good for Social Media

Redirects for URLs are hated by social media platforms and cause a lot of confusion when sharing sites. Think about the what happens if a friend shares your m. site and another shares your actual desktop site. These types of confusing URL’s will cause site abandonment, decreased user engagement and an overall increase in web bounce rates.

5. Duplicate Content.

There is no way of getting around this and Google has made it apparently so. The best reach results will come from 1 website with 1 address and 1 page of content. This is across all devices and all platforms. A mobile web site having its own unique domain name (e.g. will cause issues as you will be having 2 separate domains with 1 set of content. This is content duplication and you can get your site penalised. This is a horrible experience and is something that should be taken very seriously.

What options are available?

If you’re remotely thinking about launching m. site, bin the idea. There are a number of really good and simple options available to you which should be considered.
The best one that comes to mind is Responsive Web Design, that is a site that automatically resizes, depending on the screen size and device. Its simple, easy and most web design companies should be able to tell you about this. The concept has been around for a few years now and will be the way forward with so many new technologies and platforms emerging. Make sure you ask your web developers about this and scrap any thoughts about m dot websites.

What’s the difference between a and a .com domain?

What is a Domain Name?

Simply put, a domain name identifies your business as an Australian business.
Countries all over the world have their own domain name endings, for example, the USA domain names end with a .com.

How Does a affect Search Engine Optimisation?

Search engines will filter and rank results that are country specific. So for example, if you have a web design business and are based in Australia, then Google will prioritise results for website design companies with a ending. If you business has a .com ending and you are in Australia then your online rankings are going to be below the results.

Rule # 1 = If you are an Australian company trading in Australia only, then buy a domain.

Google wants the user to experience the most appropriate search results based on a geo specific location. That is why, if you are an Australian company looking to rank highly, then you must buy a domain name that ends with a
If however, your business has an international market, then it is advisable to get a .com ending on your domain. Having a .com ending will identify your business as a global trader.

Can I have a and a .com Domain Name?

There is absolutely no reason why you can’t have both domain name endings and have them pointing to 1 URL. Purchasing both URL’s are a great way to protect your intellectual property online. But the trick here is not to go to extremes. Buying many domain name endings and pointing them to 1 web address can be perceived as spamming the system and you may end up in trouble with Google.

What Is the Price Differences Between a and .com Address?

The price difference is minimal. We are talking here of only a few dollars so price should not be a determining factor in your decision making process.

Awesome Ways To Grow Your Website Traffic

1. Have you Discovered How Good Google Tools Are?

Google is your one stop shop for all your web analytics tools, to help you measure many website statistics. Analytics is easy to install and will help you gauge the amount of web traffic you are receiving. Ask your web developer to hook you up with a Google account and once you have analytics code, they can pop it into the site for you.
Google has an absolute stockpile of helpful tools that will allow you to measure and track how well your website is working. Plus it is all for free. It does take some time getting used to it, but once you get the hang of it, there will be no stopping you.
GA or Google Analytics is your first port of call in measuring your website traffic and it is from this point onwards that you can start to make onsite adjustments.

2. Give Your Website a Design Overhaul

Tired looking, out dated websites are a traffic killer. Speak with a web design agency about changing your websites look, by implementing the latest design styles. Ideally, you should be thinking about giving your website a design overhaul every 2 years. This may sound like overkill but having a website that looks slick and modern, will give you the online edge over your competition.

3. Grow your Company Blog

Blogs are a great way to generate website traffic and in turn bring readers through to your website. Think about a blog strategy, where you write 1 to 2 blog articles per week. Well written corporate blogs that generate interest will be one of your most powerful marketing tools.

4. Has Your Company Got a Social Media Presence?

Having a social media presence online is now a ‘must do’ for all companies. Promote your business and bring people through to your website using the many social media platforms that are now so popular. Pick the right platform where your customers are likely to be and start posting comments, articles, videos, webinars and tweets.

5. Start a Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Campaign

This without a doubt is the best way to grow your website traffic. Get a SEO company to search for keywords with the highest search volume that relate to your business and start optimising these. Google is a fickle beast with constant algorithm changes, so expect your results to fluctuate. Attaining and keeping this priority position on the search engine will bring in those customers.



Blogging on a corporate level initiates a conversation, it stimulates rapport with your audience and encourages more external interaction with your company. It’s almost like giving a personal insight into what your company is thinking, how it operates and it’s corporate culture. It gives your audience a wider view about who you really are, which is great for building business relationships.

If you’ve never blogged before, and would like to kick start your corporate blogging then here are some essential tips to get you on your way to creating awesome blogs, with great content.

1. Understand Blogger Relationships.

Anyone with a small understanding of the internet can set up a blog and start blogging away, but it takes a lot more to become a great corporate blogger. The first step in successful corporate blogging is knowing the relationship between yourself and other bloggers; also known as blogger relationships. This is the basis of blogging and is about communicating and getting to know who else is blogging in your industry and who is interacting with your blog. Maintaing and growing your blogging audience is fundamental to the success of your blog. The more you nurture and grow your readership, the more successful your blog becomes.

2. Provide Relevant Content

The best way to grow your audience is to provide them with compelling articles. Write something that’s interesting and relevant. Keep your readers entertained and never be boring. This may be hard to do, but I promise you that this is the best way to attract and keep readers on you blog.

3. Sustain your readers by providing real news

Try to interlace current industry news with your perspective and knowledge. It’s no good rehashing existing news stories that have been published already. Instead, use this news piece as a starting point and go from there. see how the news relates to your business and how it may affect or have an impact on other businesses. This is what truly matters and counts when it comes to engaging with other people online. They are concerned with news that affects them. Blogging is all about practice and once you have tried this a few times, it should become second nature.

4. Respond to blog comments.

Replying to other bloggers comments or feedback is almost as important to the actual blogging. If someone has taken the time, effort and energy to read your blog from all the other blogs out there and actually made a comment, then this needs to be addressed. Never mind the positive or negative nature of the comment. The main thing is that you respond. Open dialogue on the blog will foster online relationships and eventually, over time increase your readership and in turn your website traffic. Although people may not be commenting on your blog, they will read and follow your replies. This will provide an even greater opportunities for attracting more people to your blog.
A word of warning here. Comments can come in the form of spam, so be very careful who you reply to. Check their email address in the first instance, to see if it is of a legitimate nature.

5. Criticism, Who Cares.

Don’t be concerned when people have taken a side or criticise your blog. Think of it as an opportunity to discuss openly online issues and topics that surrounds your blog article. Unless, it is outright malicious content, criticism in most forms is a good way to start a conversation that will ultimately lead to a wider audience. You never know who is reading your blog, so anything that you do take on board should be handled in a professional manner. Remember, it’s not personal, it’s just corporate blogging.

6. Stuck for content and ideas

Ideas for blogs including content can be as hard to find as the actual writing itself. Here are a few good ways to get some creative ideas happening:
– speak to staff and see if they have any ideas about the industry
– talk to your clients and see if there are any issues involving their business and blog about these
– see what your competitors are blogging about and embellish on their content
– see whats current on the social media sites. You will find heaps of good topics, especially on LinkedIn.
– lastly, if completely out of ideas and have no where else to go, then speak to a professional blog writer. Yes, it may cost, but at least you will have fine tuned blog articles, written by experts.

7. Make Sure The Blog is SEO Friendly

Optimisie your blog for the search engines. OK, what does this mean? Optimisation or sEO is all about writing content that is keyword rich on your topic, with correct titles, tags and headers. If this is done in a ‘Google Compliant Manner’, then your blog page or article will be indexed and ranked by Google very quickly. If you are unclear about this extremely important point then why not get in touch with one of the blog specialists at Hopping Mad Designs.

Why is this point so important. The answer is simple. The higher your blog ranks, the more likelihood people will find you and read your blog. The bigger the readership, the larger the subscribers.

The more people read your blog the more people are likely to subscribe to it. Use keywords in the title, content and URL, and make sure your blog headers have the right tags so search engines can easily discover them.

8. Is the Blog Button Easy To Find on Your Website?

If people dont know where to find your blog, how are they going to read it. be certain to have your blog in the main navigation menu on your site.

9. Make the Blog Easy to Share

Your readers are going to do the promotion for you. make sure that if they like the blog, then they can share it with other people. This can be done by simply putting some social media links on your blog which will give readers the ability to share your article. Having highly visible social icons at the bottom of your blog is the way to go. Think about it for one minute. A great blog can go viral with thousands of visitors in a day, if the content is worth reading. That’s a powerful marketing tool!

10. A Last Thought.

Writing your corporate blog and getting people to become followers is a long term strategy. The tips above are only a starting point and some advice on what to do. By practicing your blog writing, you will, over say 3 to 6 months get the hang of it and start to get a real understanding of the huge potential that corporate blogging can bring your business.


Guaranteed SEO – Why We Don’t Offer An SEO Guarantee

Many businesses would have been approached by SEO firms who over promise and make exaggerated SEO guarantees. Putting ignorance aside, firms have absolutely no right what so ever in guaranteeing any kind of ranking. In fact, if they promise to get you to the top of page 1, then I would be very worried at the tactics and techniques they will be employing to get you there. Guarantees regarding SEO just dont happen and it is the intention of this blog is to outline the man reasons why we never place a guarantee for our SEO service.

Whilst, we are able to show you the great SEO results we have been able to achieve for our clients, we will never under any circumstances put a 100% guarantee on the SEO work we do.

Again and I need to reiterate this point, all the SEO work that we have done in the past and that we continue to do for our clients is totally Google compliant. That is, we never engage in ‘dodgy’ SEO practices, as we always work within the framework of what is considered SEO best practice. So whilst we may not be able to 100% guarantee a top ranking, we will certainly try our very best to get you there.

Why We Don’t Offer An SEO Guarantee: Google Has Total Control.

The absolute main reason why it is impossible to guarantee your SEO service, is that you are dealing with an external 3rd party. That is, Google. They are forever refining, remodeling and changing their ranking algorithm, so to predict the outcome of an SEO campaign is not an exact science. Whilst we are able to determine best practice search engine optimisation solutions for the moment, these results can and do change frequently. Hence, guaranteeing results on a shifting playing field is essentially impossible.

As a company director, I make a point of telling potential SEO clients that we can, based on historical results, get businesses an awesome Google ranking. But and I reaper this, we make absolutely zero guarantees about this.?

Google Has The Last Say?

Any SEO company that knows what it is doing should have a firm idea on what it takes to get a website ranked. They should constantly monitoring your rankings and as soon as any tweak in the ranking algorithm happens, they will do what is necessary to restore your ranking, if it has dropped.

Basically, the engineers at Google are hard at work, looking at ways to improve the search results. And if your website has been impacted by a change implemented by these engineers, there is little anyone outside of Google can do about this. Hence, the SEO guarantee becomes null and void.

Sure we can, once things have settled down, look at ways to restore your great page position. However, this takes time as we need to reverse engineer the algorithm and restart a new SEO strategy. Guaranteeing a place after a massive change, means that your are lying to the client to secure their business, which is totally unethical.

No SEO Guarantees Means We Tell You How It Is.

As a business owner, you should be prepared to pay a fair amount for quality SEO work. Trying to penny pinch when it comes to your online marketing, is a bad business move and will come back to haunt you when you are getting no online results. At Hopping Mad we employ account managers, SEO technicians, web copywriters, designers who all work together as a tight knit team, so that your website will have the best chance of online success.

Over 17 years of design and SEO experience means that although we never offer any SEO guarantees, we certainly know what we are doing. Our years of SEO and web design experience means that we know all the SEO mistakes and do everything we can to avoid them.

Please Judge us on our results and past work.

The true reason that we never offer an SEO guarantee, is that we are confident in our abilities. Sure, we may come off as a little smug, but the proof as they say is in the pudding. We can show you 1000’s of web pages that we have been able to optimise and rank; all without a guarantee or long term contract. Clients stay with us for 1 thing and 1 thing only; we are able to deliver on our work.

Generally speaking firms that offer SEO placement guarantees have a limited lifespan. Because they have been unable to deliver on their promise, customers desert them in droves and many find themselves out of business.

You are the best person to judge us. Come on in for an appointment in our studio in Sydney and speak with one of our account managers who can show you that to rank highly on the search engines, does not require contracts, over prices fees and blatant lying. It requires hard work and a well thought out and planned SEO campaign, that only a SEO company like Hopping Mad Designs is able to offer.

What to Do If You Are Offered a Guaranteed SEO Ranking.

– hang up the phone
– delete the email, in fact don’t even read the email
– cancel the contract
– leave the meeting