Hello I saw you linked to x and I have y

Im so sick of automated outreach with follow up email nag’s I have un-characteristically started spam reporting emails. So unless you want me to spam report your “outreach campaign” may I suggest the following.

Link Submission

Getting links on Kadabra.co.za is free if you are as South African website generating a report. If you do NOT have a South African site or service and what to “advertise” on Kadabra. See below points.

Content Submission Guidelines

If you have a unique content item that you would like me to post in reciprocation to some or other service. Please make sure that the service is a legitimate, wholesome and awesome service that readers of my site may be genuinely interested in and i will consider posting it. Keep your $30 for a rain day.

That’s about the sum total of the “service offering” free link for South African websites, or a free genuinely interesting content article for this blog.

If you don’t have either one or the other then don’t bother spamming me.



Bye Bye .com’s

Due to the repetitive spamming of .com domains I have decided to stop all .com queries to Kadabra. It is sad but I don’t enjoy weeding out sub-domains and all the other types of freebie websites that were populating in the main feed.

For the moment so long as you have a functional production .co.za you should not notice any difference in the way we work and will be automatically included in the index process.

Top 50 Tourism Sites in South Africa

When I started doing SEO in 2005 there were very few companies that even knew what SEO was let alone hire a guy to do it. Come to think of it I’m not sure it was even called SEO. We just wanted traffic on our websites and Google was a good source for it.

The industries that seemed to vaguely understand these kinds of objective were travel and online gambling companies. Niche as it was (at the time) I first found my groove doing travel work in Cape Town and have never looked back since.

It would thus be apt to click this site off with an SEO analysis of top tourism destination websies in South Africa and see how our local attractions were getting along. That and I just happened to find a list of tourism websites on that I hoodwinked from Travel Starts list here.

Cape Point : SEO Report

V&A Waterfront : SEO Report

Table Mountain : SEO Report

!Khwa ttu : SEO Report

Newlands Brewery : SEO Report

Groot Constantia : SEO Report

World of Birds : SEO Report

Cango Caves : SEO Report

Bloukrans Bungee Jump : SEO Report

Ostrich Farm Oudsthoorn : SEO Report

Bathurst Big Pineapple : SEO Report

The Big Hole : SEO Report

Apartheid Museum : SEO Report

Gold Reef City : SEO Report

Newtown : SEO Report

Satyagraha House : SEO Report

Bush Babies Monkey Sanctuary : SEO Report

Lion Park : SEO Report

Nelson Mandela Square : SEO Report

Monte Casino : SEO Report

SAB World of Beer : SEO Report

Voortrekker Monument : SEO Report

Union Buildings : SEO Report

Sterkfontein Caves : SEO Report

Harties Cableway : SEO Report

Bill Harrops Balloon Safaris : SEO Report

Sun City : SEO Report

Moses Mabida Stadium : SEO Report

uShaka Marine World : SEO Report

Tala Private Game Reserve : SEO Report

Drakensberg : SEO Report

Nelson Mandela Capture Site: SEO Report

Howick Falls : SEO Report

Gateway : SEO Report