Our Services

The Quick Smart Computers provide a broad range of on-site computer repair and services at a good price and the level of services which cannot be matched by other on-site companies.

We are Australia’s largest IT Support franchise network launched in Australia 1997 we have over 17 years experience supporting our clients. We provide the best comprehensive range of computer repair and service to small business owners and home users within short time.

When you are facing problem with technology issues, virus and spyware protection issue, small IT business setup or data recovery and backup solutions or get your site rank on different, Quick Smart Computers are ready to help you out. With our pick and drop service on-site support for home users and any technical businesses, Quick Smart Computers specialize in the following computer services:

Managed IT Services

To grow any business it needs constant planning and execution. Your growing business is one of them. It needs well organized IT and networking infrastructure to support your growing productivity tools and business applications. Instead of spending large amounts of money and manpower deploying and managing your own network infrastructure and IT systems, you could rather allocate your resources to what is more important to you and that is the growth of your business.

Quick Smart delivers a wide array of managed services solutions that handle time consuming yet crucial IT functions from email and web access management to provide total IT management services and additional requirement to support to grow your business with full support from our company. Quick Smart Computers team of experts and its award winning solution will guarantee that your IT and networking systems are always stays secure, available and able to support your business processes smoothly.

Computer Service – Gold Coast Area

We know the importance of a company’s information and communications and understand that it is the lifeline of your business. For this reason, we tend to continuously have someone of our team out there to alter your issues as and after they occur. With this pro-active approach to support, we tend to aim to stay your systems in such a condition that you should not face any downtime or face any kind incidents with our service.

Quick Smart Computers offer computer and networking solutions for small businesses in Gold Coast Area , Upper Coomera. We are able to offer, install and maintain your company network ensuring everything runs swimmingly. Our extremely qualified and practiced team of technicians can make sure that your company is in safe hands.

Internet Service

Without Internet you can’t think about anything. So you need to think about to get an internet service with best price and surely you will think about the service when there is any problem. There are different service provider company in your area,but sometimes they are too busy to provide you the service. Sometimes they are so bust that you can’t get your service.

Quick Smart Computers provide the best internet service in your area. We have our one team member on standby to reach you any time to solve the problem. We give priority to our clients and their business.

Onsite Repairs

Quick Smart Computers offer same day, on-site computer repairs to a wide range of areas around Australia. We bring fast, friendly, and award winning customer service to your home or office to help with all your PC repair needs. Most importantly, we speak plain English – so no matter if you need virus or spyware removal, have an internet connection problem, or if your PC has just crashed, our computer technician will offer you advice on how to keep your computer running as fast and smooth as possible along the way.

We only provide highly skilled and qualified technicians for all mobile computer repair services, and are proud of our policy – if we can’t fix it, it’s FREE! To find out more about our computer services, why not give us a call today or book online for a technician to call you to discuss your needs at a time suitable for you.


Search Engine Optimization is the process of improving the visibility of a website on organic (“natural” or un-paid) search engine result pages (SERPs), by incorporating search engine friendly elements into a website. A successful search engine optimization campaign will have, as part of the improvements, carefully select, relevant, keywords which the on-page optimization will be designed to make prominent for search engine algorithms. Search engine optimization is broken down into two basic areas: on-page, and off-page optimization. On-page optimization refers to website elements which comprise a web page, such as HTML code, textual content, and images. Off-page optimization refers, predominantly, to backlinks (links pointing to the site which is being optimized, from other relevant websites).

Global SEO

SEO practitioners at multi-national firms aspire to reach customers worldwide and drive leads, revenue and traffic through global initiatives. They also seek a greater return on marketing investments by looking beyond just a single country. Companies see global digital marketing as a means to maintain brand consistency worldwide while accommodating for local nuances. A global approach to digital marketing addresses these needs.

5 Best Practices for Global SEO:

1.Utilize multilingual markup tags.

2.Implement geo-specific schema tags.

3.Create webmaster accounts for each country

4.Set up Google Places listings

5.Engage in local link building.

Local SEO

Local SEO is the process of optimizing your website so that you can gain higher local search rankings. Over a third of all searches in 2014 will be local and when you include non geo-targeted keywords that trigger local results, the number nears 50%!

As Google continues to gain a better understanding of users search intent they are going to show local results for more non location specific search terms as well, making local search the leading type. This means searching a phrase like “best bakeries” could return local businesses mixed in with the organic results. The bottom line, if you have a business that can service local customers or has a physical address, you need to be optimizing for local search.

On Page SEO

On Page SEO refers to settings you can apply on the website so that it is optimized for search engines. The most important on Page SEO Tips are:

  • Optimized titles and descriptions
  • Proper URL Structures
  • User friendly navigation (breadcrumbs, user sitemaps)
  • Optimized internal links
  • Text Formatting (use of h1,h2,bold etc)
  • Image optimization (image size, proper image names, use of ALT tag)
  • User friendly 404 pages
  • Fast loading pages
  • Google Authorship verification for all pages
  • Top quality fresh content (This is always the most important SEO factor!)
  • External links (no broken links or links to ‘bad’ sites)
Off Page SEO

Search engines have been trying for decades to find a way to return the best results to the searcher. To do that, they take into account the on-site SEO factors (described above), some other quality factors and off-page SEO.

Off page SEO gives them a very good indication on how the World (other websites and users) perceive the particular website. A web site that is useful is more likely to have references (links) from other websites; it is more likely to have mentions on social media (Facebook likes, tweets, Pins, +1’s etc.) and it is more likely to be bookmarked and shared among communities of like-minded users.

Website Analysis

Site SEO Analysis is a website dedicated to providing free search engine optimization (SEO) reviews of web pages and entire websites. Our reviews provide an overall score and recommendations to optimize the page for search engines. While you can see the review of any web page, Site SEO Analysis is intended to be used by webmasters and content managers for their own pages. If you wish to analyze an entire website, you should create an account and add the website to that account.

Why Use Site SEO Analysis?

If you maintain a website, there is really no good reason not to use Site SEO Analysis. The worst thing that can happen is that our search engine optimization analysis tells you that you have already perfectly optimized your website, which in turn might put a smile on your face. If we see room for improvement, you can utilize our recommendations to better optimize the web page for search engines. Greater optimization usually leads to higher rankings in the search results, which is also likely to put a smile on your face. With that logic, using Site SEO Analysis cannot only help you rank higher in the search results, but it can also put a smile on your face and a sense of accomplishment on your back.

Content Writing

Content is the new SEO. We said it, numerous other top sources (like Huffington Post and Neil Patel of Quick Sprout) have said it, and now Rand Fishkin of Moz is talking about it in his latest video.

Just how far does this go? How is search engine optimization (SEO) and content invested so much in each other?

Think about it, in very simple terms. When you search on Google, great content pops up: it can be pages, blogs, landing pages, and websites. When you click, you’re either ready to: a) read something or b) watch a video. And by reading something, I mean anything, from a brief synopsis on the movie you’re looking up for a Friday night date to an article on toenail fungus or pet hair care. In essence, content is SEO (search engine optimization = your content ranking in the SERPS).

Back Link

What is a backlink and why are they important? Backlinks or Inbound Links (IBL’s) are links that are directed towards your website and are the building blocks to good Search Engine Optimization. The number of backlinks a website has is in a good indicator of its popularity or importance with search engines. Search engines, namely Google, give more credit to websites that have a larger number of quality backlinks and consider those websites more relevant in a search query.


It is not sufficient to just have a high number of inbound links; they need to be quality links. For search engines to determine the quality of inbound links the content of the site is critiqued. The content of the websites you have inbound links with needs to be relevant to the content on your site. The more relevant the inbound links are to your site helps determine the quality of the links. If your site is about breast implants than linking to a site about German Shepherds is not relevant and is therefore not a quality link.

Directory Submission

To increase visibility online is the core of every online business marketing strategy. Driving traffic to your website and getting noticed by search engines takes a lot of time and effort.

‘Links’ play a major role in determining your ranking position on the various search engines. Obtaining inbound links or backlinks in quantity and quality can influence your search engine rank immensely. One simple way to obtain backlinks is to submit your link to directories. Online directories exist for the sole purpose of providing links to web users to various sites categorized under relevant topics. “Directory submission” is a website optimization strategy that no website owner should ignore.

Directories catalog links for easy access to users. Much earlier, directories were the primary source for web users to find websites on various topics. Today search engines have taken over but directories have not lost their importance yet. You cannot obviously expect too much traffic from a directory submission. But you can expect an improvement in your search engine placement.

Social Media Manage

Content marketing is about informing and entertaining your audience, social media is about promoting your content, and SEO is about making sure the technical t’s are crossed and i’s are dotted so search engines can find your content, right? Wrong. All three work toward the same thing: achieving relevance for your audience.


With the organic online marketing ecosystem growing, it’s no surprise that SEO, social media, and content marketing are finding themselves under the same umbrella. When the three are working in sync, they help acquire customers and increase website traffic through valuable content. This is in part due to the changes in Google algorithms, which now factor social signals as an indicator in search rankings. To make an organic marketing plan that works towards your company’s goals, it’s important to know how content marketing, social media and SEO all fit into the same strategy.

How and why do social signals improve rankings?

1.Number of people that like your brand on Facebook

2.Number of Facebook shares

3.Number of Twitter followers

4.Number of tweets mentioning your brand name or including a link to your website

5.Number of people that “have you in their circles” (Google+)


Major search engines, like Google, Yahoo and MSN can account for a majority of your web site’s traffic. Traffic that comes from “natural” or “organic” search engine results (non-paid) is a result of rankings, which in turn can largely be dependent on your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts.

Search engine optimization can be broken into two main components:

1. On site search engine optimization techniques – things you can do to boost your search positions within your own web site.

2. Off site search engine optimization techniques – things you do or request to have done on other web sites, such as link campaigns that benefit your web site’s rankings.

Keywords Research

The focus on keyword-based search engine optimization is dying quickly, as we’re witnessing the resurgence of long-tail keywords. Keywords once meant everything to a campaign; Google collected data about a site solely based on the keywords that were present on its pages and in its links, and companies could measure their success based on how they ranked for their target keywords. It was a simple, one-to-one relationship that made it easy for almost anybody to start stuffing and ranking.

Fortunately, those black hat practices have mostly died off, but there are still many search marketers who hold keywords in high regard. It’s true that looking at your keyword rankings can still give you some indication of the health of your campaign, but the relationship between keywords and search visibility success has become much more complex, and there are too many other onsite optimization considerations to ignore.


Do I really need a website?

That’s a good question. In fact, it’s one of the most important and most frequently asked questions of the digital business age. Before I answer, however, let’s flash back to the very first time I was asked this question. It was circa 1998, during the toddler years of the internet.

I was giving a speech on the impact of the internet on small business at an association luncheon in Montgomery, Alabama. Back in 1998, which was decades ago in internet years, the future of e-commerce was anybody’s guess, but even the most negative futurists agreed that all the signs indicated that a large portion of future business revenues would be derived from online transactions or from offline transactions that were the result of online marketing efforts.

Migrate to Google Apps

Google Drive is at the heart of the various online services that Google currently offers.Free space is generous with 15GB available when you set up your Google account – or link to an existing one. In fact, as Google unified its services under one login ID earlier this year, the chances are you already have a Drive account if you use Gmail, Google Calendar, or even YouTube.

The storage space is shared across all these services, so if you have large attachments on emails,then they will count in the 15GB, and enabling the automatic photo backup to Google+ from a smartphone acts the same way.

Google exempts any photos below 2048×2048 resolution, and videos shorter than fifteen minutes, so you could always adjust the settings on your smartphone accordingly and get unlimited storage as they don’t count towards the 15GB limit. Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Presentations, Drawings and files that others have shared with you don’t count either.

Domain & Hosting Registration

Like most things, making a decision on which web hosting company to choose can be tough. With all the companies out there each promising to have 99% uptime, unlimited resources, and knowledgeable support, there has to be a way to cut through the jargon and make an informed decision. Right?

By understanding what hosting companies mean by what they say, you’ll be able to decide which hosting company and package best suits your needs.

  1. Price
  2. Area of Focus / Specialties
  3. Tech Specs / Limitations
  4. Tech Support
  5. Features / Add-Ons
  6. Hardware
  7. Customer Reviews / Satisfaction / Reputation
  8. Email Features
  9. Control Panel / User Interface
  10. Scalability / Room to Grow
  11. Bonus
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