Livepage

SEO, PPC, and Email for SMB and eCommerce

5.00/5 (19 Reviews)
About Livepage
Livepage is a Google Premier Partner Company with a team of 60+ professionals that helps businesses to grow with digital marketing for more than 8 years. We have been providing a full range of web design and marketing services. Our goal is to find the shortest pat...
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$25 - $49/hr
50 - 249
2011
Ukraine
Livepage
SEO, PPC, and Email for SMB and eCommerce
5.00/5 (19 Reviews)
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
Julia LiubevychReviewed 6 months ago
Recommended for Tech Companies
Role: Chief Business Development Officer at at Unicsoft
Reviewed 6 months ago by Julia Liubevych
Role: Chief Business Development Officer at at Unicsoft
Recommended for Tech Companies
We contacted the Livepage company to create and implement a marketing strategy.

In order to identify the right direction for business development, we have decided to carry out three marketing researches that will give us an understanding of the market situation and help us to achieve the desired goals faster.

1) Analysis of markets and niches, customers and promising markets.
2) Analysis of paid advertising. Livepage team analyzed competitors advertising of various types (Search Network, Display Network, Video (YouTube), Shopping, etc.) and found out how actively competitors and big players in the market use this channel.
3) Competitive content and SEO analysis.

Now they are actively creating Ideal Customer Profiles, Digital Marketing Strategy, and Content Marketing Strategy based on newly collected data.

What do you like most about the company?

Responsiveness and a positive attitude make them a great team to work with. They have been continuously receiving dozens of incoming new details from us, which they analyze and structure for us, then we generate Content Plan and creatives.

What they should improve on?

We have improved the visibility after the 1st month of work by incorporating a new type of report, which is very helpful. It's important for all company stakeholders to figure out within 5 min and easily monitor what's going on with marketing. I would suggest improving the deadline planning by PM, they should manage the customer's marketing team, their timelines for review and approval should be incorporated with overall deadlines.

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Services:
Digital Marketing
Project Budget:
$0 to $10000
Project Duration:
8 Weeks
Project Status:
In progress
Виталий ВладовReviewed 8 months ago
Great working experience with Livepage
Role: Internet Entrepreneur at OkayCMS
Reviewed 8 months ago by Виталий Владов
Role: Internet Entrepreneur at OkayCMS
Great working experience with Livepage
I am an owner of OkayCMS, a simple and functional platform for creating an eCommerce store.

We hired Livepage to increase our online visibility within Russian and Ukrainian markets, get more leads and sales, and raise brand awareness.

The project is ongoing. We need digital strategists, content marketers and SEO specialists who would help to grow our business and get more leads.

For almost two years, the Livepage team made content marketing and created a blog of our company.

We've seen clear results, including growth in organic traffic, an increase in organic lead generation, and an increase in website visibility at Ukrainian and Russian markets.


Now we have jointly created a new digital marketing strategy. Since this month, the Livepage team has started to implement a new strategy.
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Digital Marketing
Project Status:
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Executive Interview
Aleksey Andrusenko
Aleksey Andrusenko
CEO, Livepage

Livepage is a Google Premier Partner Company with a team of 60+ professionals that helps businesses to grow with digital marketing for more than 8 years. We have been providing a full range of web design and marketing services.

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Services
  • Local business web design and development
  • Local SEO and Paid Media

  • Digital Marketing for eCommerce

  • SEO, PPC for eCommerce

  • Email marketing and marketing automation for eCommerce

  • Content marketing 

  • Inbound-marketing for Tech and SaaS

  • SEO for SaaS and tech companies

  • SEO for design and UI/UX companies

  • Content-marketing for IT and SaaS

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Service Focus
Company Video
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Portfolio
10 Portfolios
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$0 to $10000 8 weeks Industrial
Discussions
What is 301 redirect?301 redirect is one of the most important parts of search engine optimization (SEO). The HTTP response code 301-Temporary Redirect is commonly used for temporary redirecting, meaning new links or listings on the site that have been updated, should be moved to the new page that was created in the Location header. The new URL should be included within the Location field within the original request. The change is then reflected in all the incoming search requests that contain the same keyword or domain name as the original. What is a 404 page?The simplest explanation of a 404 would be that it means that the webpage you are on has changed its address. However, there are actually some implications of the change. For example, a site that used to have a domain that was dot-com might now have a dot-info instead. Therefore, your link will no longer point to the dot-com or even the dot-info version of the site. You will need to check if the current website is pointing at one of the other options.Another implication is that you have used links to direct you to another site's web address in the past. These links that you use when you get to a site's home page might no longer work. For example, if you get to the home page of a site and see a link called "back", that link will no longer work.How to leverage link juice using 301 redirects?301 is a great technique used by experts to manipulate link equity. It is a method of passing on the link juice from some high authority pages and 301ing them to the page that has poor domain authority or page authority. It has been observed that entire domains are redirected to earn more equity.As a matter of fact, Google declares that 301s do not impact the ranking of a site. However, irrelevant 301s are treated as soft 404s letting you benefit from no link juice.Therefore, it is important that your 301s are relevant heading to a similar page. For example, you change your domain; now redirecting all the pages to the homepage will surely make you lose quite some link juice. It will require you to redirect 301s to the right match of the page.Lastly, for instant link equity, find out some good 404 pages with a substantial number of backlinks and set a 301 redirect. You can even create relevant pages to gain benefit from such pages. Bottom line:Link equity manipulation is great but when done in the right way for the user and is natural.
What is 301 redirect?301 redirect is one of the most important parts of search engine optimization (SEO). The HTTP response code 301-Temporary Redirect is commonly used for temporary redirecting, meaning new links or listings on the site that have been updated, should be moved to the new page that was created in the Location header. The new URL should be included within the Location field within the original request. The change is then reflected in all the incoming search requests that contain the same keyword or domain name as the original. What is a 404 page?The simplest explanation of a 404 would be that it means that the webpage you are on has changed its address. However, there are actually some implications of the change. For example, a site that used to have a domain that was dot-com might now have a dot-info instead. Therefore, your link will no longer point to the dot-com or even the dot-info version of the site. You will need to check if the current website is pointing at one of the other options.Another implication is that you have used links to direct you to another site's web address in the past. These links that you use when you get to a site's home page might no longer work. For example, if you get to the home page of a site and see a link called "back", that link will no longer work.How to leverage link juice using 301 redirects?301 is a great technique used by experts to manipulate link equity. It is a method of passing on the link juice from some high authority pages and 301ing them to the page that has poor domain authority or page authority. It has been observed that entire domains are redirected to earn more equity.As a matter of fact, Google declares that 301s do not impact the ranking of a site. However, irrelevant 301s are treated as soft 404s letting you benefit from no link juice.Therefore, it is important that your 301s are relevant heading to a similar page. For example, you change your domain; now redirecting all the pages to the homepage will surely make you lose quite some link juice. It will require you to redirect 301s to the right match of the page.Lastly, for instant link equity, find out some good 404 pages with a substantial number of backlinks and set a 301 redirect. You can even create relevant pages to gain benefit from such pages. Bottom line:Link equity manipulation is great but when done in the right way for the user and is natural.

What is 301 redirect?

301 redirect is one of the most important parts of search engine optimization (SEO). The HTTP response code 301-Temporary Redirect is commonly used for temporary redirecting, meaning new links or listings on the site that have been updated, should be moved to the new page that was created in the Location header. 

The new URL should be included within the Location field within the original request. The change is then reflected in all the incoming search requests that contain the same keyword or domain name as the original. 

What is a 404 page?

The simplest explanation of a 404 would be that it means that the webpage you are on has changed its address. 

However, there are actually some implications of the change. For example, a site that used to have a domain that was dot-com might now have a dot-info instead. Therefore, your link will no longer point to the dot-com or even the dot-info version of the site. You will need to check if the current website is pointing at one of the other options.

Another implication is that you have used links to direct you to another site's web address in the past. These links that you use when you get to a site's home page might no longer work. For example, if you get to the home page of a site and see a link called "back", that link will no longer work.

How to leverage link juice using 301 redirects?

301 is a great technique used by experts to manipulate link equity. It is a method of passing on the link juice from some high authority pages and 301ing them to the page that has poor domain authority or page authority. It has been observed that entire domains are redirected to earn more equity.

As a matter of fact, Google declares that 301s do not impact the ranking of a site. However, irrelevant 301s are treated as soft 404s letting you benefit from no link juice.

Therefore, it is important that your 301s are relevant heading to a similar page. For example, you change your domain; now redirecting all the pages to the homepage will surely make you lose quite some link juice. It will require you to redirect 301s to the right match of the page.

Lastly, for instant link equity, find out some good 404 pages with a substantial number of backlinks and set a 301 redirect. You can even create relevant pages to gain benefit from such pages. 

Bottom line:

Link equity manipulation is great but when done in the right way for the user and is natural.

Contact information
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Livepage
Knyazya Yaroslava Mudrogo, 27, Dnipropetrovsk, Dnipropetrovska 49000
Ukraine
+380443339321
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