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5 Questions Customers Should Ask After Receiving an SEO Proposal [ October 13th, 2016 ] Posted in » General, Search Engine Optimization

So you have received 3-4 SEO proposals from some big time SEO agencies. What next?

SEO has undergone multiple make overs in the last decade and with plethora of SEO specialists available online and offline today, it can be confusing and overwhelming at times, to decide which SEO company to go for and which one to reject. But there are some simple things that you can do yourself to choose the best SEO company according to your needs and feel great about it.

Hiring an SEO company or a consultant can make or break your business. A good SEO company can get you to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars while a bad SEO company can cripple your business within no time.

In this article, we will discuss 5 important questions customers should ask SEO companies or consultants after receiving an SEO proposal. Read More …

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There are real experts and true authorities on SEO. But it’s hard for people to trust us, when they constantly read about lost rankings and rip-offs everyday on forums. So how can we, as genuine SEO providers fix that? We need to build trust with our clients (and potential clients). How? This is what this article is about!

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Having a good SEO campaign starts with the fundamentals of keyword research which is unfortunately an art that is quickly getting lost in the social media marketing craze. With the Penguin and Panda updates continuing to stir the murky waters of SEO blogs even months after their release, I figured now is as good a time as any to do a basics review on the fundamentals of keyword research.

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