Tammy Travis-Taylor 2015-08-21 Google 5 Polgar Tree Service and Removal has done several jobs for the Grosse Ile Historical Society. The service is efficient and thorough. The Society is appreciate of the complimentary work the company has completed on our Depot Museum grounds.
dale Harris 2019-11-05 Google 5 Polgar Tree Service trimmed 8 trees on my property and I am very pleased with all aspects of the project. The team lead by Robert Polgar removed dead limbs, excess growth causing potential risk, and reshaping for continued growth. The task was completed in 1 day!!! No cleanup issues!!!!I highly recommend Polgar Tree Service!!!!!
Debra Vollenweider 2016-08-21 Google 5 Have used Polgar numerous times over the past few years and he always does what the says he is going to do. He is timely and efficient and does a great job on cleanup. I have used him at my business, The Detroiter Travel Center in Woodhaven and also at my home on Grosse Ile. He is very competitive on his pricing.
Riverview High School 2016-08-21 Google 5 Polgar Tree Service is very professional, efficient and courteous. After last weeks’ storm they were prompt and accommodating in cutting tree limbs and removing debris left by the storm. Polgar met and exceeded our expectations. We would definitely recommend this company and would hire them again.
Woodhaven Bible Church 2016-08-21 Google 5 As pastor of the Woodhaven Bible Church, in Woodhaven, Michigan, I want to express my appreciation for “a job well done” in reference to a tree removal and trimming project that was done on our campus.You did 2 “walk-throughs” with me and provided excellent suggestions so that our many trees would have “curb appeal.”I also appreciate your promptness: when you said you’d be at my church’s doorstep in 15 minutes, both times you showed up early! That’s wonderful customer service.I took special notice how carefully and thoroughly you “cleaned up after yourself!” From start to finish, you did a wonderful job, and I would recommend your company without reservation to anyone who might need a tree removed.Sincerely Yours,Pastor Greg HandsWoodhaven Bible ChurchWoodhaven, Michigan
Donny Konja 2018-08-21 Google 5 My name is Donny Konja and I am a real estate agent from Dwellings by Rudy & Hall in Plymouth, MI. I hired Robert Polgar from Polgar Tree Service & Removal LLC to do trees removal on my property in Macomb, MI. Polgar Tree Service & Removal LLC went above and beyond for me. He removed all of my trees and did a really clean job. He is a hard working and very honest man doing what he does best.Thank you for your service!!**Highly recommended for tree service!!
Samuel S Alvarado 2018-08-21 Google 5 My name is Sam Alvarado and I spoke with Polgar Tree Service about trimming the trees in my front lawn. Allan came out immediately to give me an estimate. Allan turned out to be a salt-of-the-earth kind of guy. He and his crew were friendly, polite, and professional. The quote was less than the others and the work quality was excellent. I found out that Allan's grandmother worked for my family at Mexican Fiesta many years ago. Very sweet indeed. I highly recommend Polgar Tree Service. Excellent work, reasonable price, and great people!
Gandhi Gandhi 2018-08-21 Google 5 My name is Dr. Balbir Gandhi and I am located in Michigan. Keeping the premises of the building I own looking good is an additional task to my already busy schedule. This is why I rely on the services of Polgar Tree Service and Removal LLC for our tree removal and sculpting. Robert Polgar is the best at what he does and I would highly recommend him to anyone. Give him a call if you want great done at a good price.
Michael Ricciardello 2018-08-21 Google 5 I contacted Rob to have a big shrug taken out and the root system removed. I live in the royal oak/Birmingham area and thought the prices would be exceptionally high. They weren’t. Rob was honest, fair and reasonable. The stump is gone and the yard cleaned up. Happy customer and would not hesitate to recommend Polgar Tree Service and Removal LLC. Thanks!
Remax Keena 2018-08-21 Google 5 My partner, Adam Saffar, and I are owners of Re/MAX Partners in Royal Oak. We have hired many workmen over the years. Robert Polgar from Polgar Tree Servive and Removal LLC, has been, by far the best, most honest and efficient worker we have ever hired, so much so that before he was finished cutting our tree in Birmingham we introduced him to our neighbor who also hired him. If you want a job well done I would suggest you hire him.
Jennifer Granger 2019-06-21 Google 5 In Birmingham - needed a tree removed quickly. Rob replied immediately and was out the next day, without problem, to remove the tree from the property for a great price. Would highly recommend this company to anyone! Very satisfied!
John P 2018-10-21 Google 5 In Birmingham, Michigan...needed fast service after an incomplete job by DTE. Rob was quick to come out, look at the job, and give a fair quote. He and his team at Polgar Tree Service removed the tree and all the debris very quickly and left the area very tidy. Very satisfied customer.
Brent Kelso 2018-08-21 Google 5 I had a large project on Grosse Isle, over 30 trees and stumps to remove some very close to the home. Polgar got the job done quickly and professionally. Would use them again.
Mark J 2018-08-21 Google 5 Thanks again for the excellent job removing the dead trees around our Michigan property. As retired engineer, i was fascinated with the techniques and the precision your company used to remove the trees. The clean up was impeccable. Mark H. Jackson
Blessed B'Rebre 2018-08-21 Google 5 Residential family/homeowner/engineer in Southfied Michigan with two 50ft pine trees placed in a bad location right over our home. Rob gave me an estimate in less than two days and the trees were gone two days later. Then they removed three additional stumps in our yard at no extra charge and we didnt even ask for it to be done! So totally awesome 5 stars! This is an honest review from a real customer who recommends this tree removal service.
Martha Johnson 2017-08-21 Google 5 We bought our house last year and the property was over grown with about 20 trees. The trees were against the house, very close to the back of the house, and on the side of the house. They removed 15 trees and trimmed the other 5 including an extremely large oak tree that hung over the house. Polgar tree service came out gave us a great estimate and did not charge more when it came down paying the bill. They were very clean and professional. The yard looked amazing when they were finished. They even trimmed up some large pines for our neighbors when they were done with our property. We will have him back every year to maintain the trees on our property. Thank you Polgar Tree Service!!
Carol Caruso 2016-08-21 Google 5 Polgar Tree Service, Robert Polgar, a few years ago trimmed a massive black walnut that hangs over the house for us and did a very professional job. More recently, this week, he once again did some tree service for us. He is very prompt, efficient and completes the job in a vary timely manner.He returns inquiries immediately in regard to tree removal. He came out for an estimate the same day, gave the quote and was here taking care of the trees the next day. I couldn't have had a more quick response. He's insured and is most reasonable in cost. Highly recommend his service.
Saint Philip Church 2017-08-21 Google 5 We had a tree fall down in front of the Church and the fellas came in and did a great job removing it! No complaints. We are very thankful for the work they did. Highly recommended! Thanks so much!
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what is seo
Guess how many blog posts people publish each day.
Well, WordPress users alone publish over 2 million posts every day. That comes out to 24 blog posts every second.
That means that users published around 216 blog posts while you were reading these five sentences.
And that’s only counting WordPress users. If we were to count all blog posts, that number would surely be higher.
This makes it kind of tough to stand out. But you have to if you want to make your blog a successful one.
While I often spend 4-5 hours writing my blog posts, the ten minutes I spend optimizing each post are easily the most important.
No wonder millions of people Google the term “SEO” each month.
On any given day, people conduct more than 2.2 million searches. And that’s just on Google — to say nothing of the other search engines.
Therefore, showing up on the front page of Google can be the deciding factor between a business that’s thriving and one that’s, well, bankrupt.
But what does SEO even mean?
You probably know that it stands for search engine optimization, but what do you need to optimize?
Is it the design? Or is it the writing? Or maybe it’s the links.
Yes, yes, and yes — it’s all of that and more.
But let’s start this SEO guide at the beginning.
Definition: SEO stands for search engine optimization. Which is the art of ranking high on a search engine in the unpaid section, also known as the organic listings.
Alright, let’s translate that to English. Here’s my go at it:
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of optimizing your online content so that a search engine likes to show it as a top result for searches of a certain keyword.
Let me break that down even further:
When it comes to SEO, there’s you, the search engine, and the searcher. If you have an article about how to make vegan lasagna, you want the search engine (which, in 90% of all cases, is Google) to show it as a top result to anyone who searches for the phrase “vegan lasagna.”
SEO is the magic you have to work on your article in order to make Google very likely to include your post as one of the top results whenever someone searches for that keyword.
We’re going to dig deep into SEO, but feel free to jump to any section that interests you:
White hat vs. black hat
Cleaning inside your house and outside: on-page SEO vs. off-page SEO
Now what does that magic look like, and why does it even matter?
Like I said earlier, the vast majority of online experiences begin with a search engine, and nearly 75% of searchers start their searches on Google.
Combine that with the fact that the first five results on Google get 67% of all clicks, and you get an idea of why search engine optimization is so important.
There’s a joke going around the web that highlights how crucial it is to hit the first page of Google:
If you ever need to hide a dead body, you should place it on the second page of Google search results.
If your blog post, article, or product is on any other page of the Google search results than the first, then it’s the equivalent of it not ranking at all.
But to understand how to show up first in the search engine results, you first need to know how search even works.
How Search Works:
Now that you have an idea of the basics of SEO, I’ll take a look at some of its components in detail.
While Google guards their search algorithm pretty well and not all of the over 200 determining factors are public, Backlinko did a great job of compiling as many of them as possible into one big list.
But first, I need to get one thing straight. There are two sides of the SEO force, and you need to choose yours right now.
White hat vs. black hat
As you know, I’m playing the long-term entrepreneurial game instead of just trying to get a quick buck out of it.
It’s the same with search engine optimization. Some people are in it to make a few grand really quickly while others are in it for the long haul.
If you want to work SEO like a get-rich-quick scheme, you’ll probably end up doing black hat SEO.
This type of SEO focuses on optimizing your content only for the search engine, not considering humans at all. Since there are lots of ways to bend and break the rules to get your sites to rank high, these are a prime way for black hat SEOs to make a few thousand dollars fast.
Ultimately, this approach results in spammy, c@!%!y pages that often get banned very fast. It will often lead to severe punishment for the marketer, ruining their chance of building something sustainable in the future.
You might make a few grand this way, but you’ll continuously have to be on the lookout for search engine updates and come up with new ways to dodge the rules.
White hat SEO, on the other hand, is the way to build a sustainable online business. If you do SEO this way, you’ll focus on your human audience.
You’ll try to give them the best content possible and make it easily accessible to them by playing according to the search engine’s rules.
Inbound Marketing Inc. does a great job of explaining the difference.
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