How Not to Get Ripped Off by an SEO FirmUnfortunately SEO is ripe for attracting ripoff artists.  What should you look out for?  What red flags are there?  How can you avoid getting ripped off by an SEO firm?

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It’s so important to be on the first page of Google and other search engines that if you’re not, it has a strong negative impact on your business. After all, most people who search for something don’t look beyond the first page.  So it’s a very in-demand, even necessary service.

A few more factors are that:

  • SEO is rather complex and much of it is very technical.
  • SEO is constantly changing as the search engines update their algorithms to keep delivering quality results to searchers.
  • A solid SEO campaign usually takes time to see results (anywhere from 3-9 months in most cases).
  • It can be very lucrative because it is an expert level skill to do right, and it takes a lot of effort.  Typically, clients range from $1000/month to $5000/month or more, depending on a number of factors.

So what happens is that many ripoff artists sell the dream of SEO to unsuspecting business owners, then instead of actually doing the work, they move on to the next victim, rinse and repeat. All the while, they’re collecting checks from their victims, until the business owner finally realizes that they’re not getting any results from their investment.

 

Frankly, we’d love for you to choose us to help you with your marketing.  But whether you do or not, we don’t want you to waste a dime of your hard-earned money by giving any of it to those bad firms out there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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