From the Desk of Tyler Stokes:
SEO Buyer's Guide
4 Simple Things to Consider Before Buying SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
Look out for blanket priced SEO or low prices.
If SEO companies are charging the same cookie cutter prices for every client, this should raise a red flag.
No two businesses are the same, and each one will have different goals. A local business should not be charged as much as a national business.
Also, it’s crazy to believe that someone can earn your online business an extra few thousand, to hundreds of thousands a month, for 125 dollars a week. That’s actually less that a part time employee at McDonald’s would earn.
Just because someone is good with computers, doesn’t mean they know Search Engine Optimization.
Don’t think that a web designer, or someone in your IT department knows anything about SEO.
Most people know nothing about SEO or the exact things needed to rank a website high in the search engines.
Make sure you’re hiring someone who works as an SEO professional full time.
There is no regulation for those who can work on your website, and many people try and do this part time through a 49 dollar course they bought online.
Anyone who can increase your monthly revenues by 10 or 50,000 dollars, isn’t going to be working part time.
Make sure that none of the work done to your website is outsourced to a third party.
Many large firms and agencies actually outsource their work and you don’t really know who’s working on your website.
It’s always important to be able to speak one on one with the person who’s working on your website.
These are 4 important things to consider before buying SEO.
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