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Please also acknowledge the following with respect to SEO services provided by Online Tourism:
(a) Online Tourism has no control over the policies and ranking algorithms of search engines with respect to the type of sites and/or content that they accept now or in the future. Client’s web site may be excluded from any search engine or directory at any time at the sole discretion of the search engine or directory.
(b) Due to the competitiveness of some keywords/phrases, ongoing changes in search engine ranking algorithms, and other competitive factors, Online Tourism does not guarantee No.1 positions or consistent top 10 positions for any particular keyword, phrase, or search term.
(c) Google has been known to hinder the rankings of new websites (or pages) until they have proven their viability to exist over a period of time, or have enough back link strength. Online Tourism assumes no liability for ranking, traffic, indexing issues related to such penalties. Consequently, Client understands that ranking new websites (or web pages) is much more difficult than ranking old and established sites, and he should not have unrealistic expectations about rankings, traffic and revenues.
(d) New website may get a temporary boost in ranking for some targeted keywords for a few days, but then settle down to their actual corresponding position. This is known as the ‘Google Dance’ and it is quite a common practice. Consequently, the client understands that any new site pages that initially receive top rankings, may be subject to fall in actual position until the full effect of SEO is recognised.
(e) Occasionally, search engines will drop listings for no apparent reason. Often, the listing will reappear over time without any additional SEO efforts.
(f) A website search engine ranking can fluctuate any day, any time because of on-going changes in the ranking algorithm, SEO efforts made by the competitors or both. Results can also vary in search position when viewing from different computers. This is due to the search engines using multiple data centres to retrieve results. A website (or webpages) true position can only be obtained using specific circumstances at time of reporting.