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Abdulllah Alamin
Jul 13, 2022
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There are a lot of variables here, and we don't always know what our competitors are doing, but try to calculate the level of work required and the price that comes with it. And of course the industry will partly determine the costs. If you earn $100 from a new client, you can expect to pay less than if a client is worth several thousand dollars. The market, to some extent, regulates prices (assuming the job is done correctly). It's all about return on investment. The final variable is the care and maintenance of your flag once visibility is achieved. SEO is a moving target. You step up your game and the competition does the same. It's tough, and the best approaches need to be tailored to the unique situation and goals of the business. That's why simple SEO KPIs like keyword rankings aren't enough, and a more thoughtful approach to measuring SEO success jewelry retouching service is almost always needed to track progress. High Quality vs Cheap and Nasty SEO Which brings us to the other key variable here: quality . A little story here may help illustrate the quality issues that still abound in the SEO industry. This week, one of our local PPC clients called us and detailed a sales call they had received from a local SEO company. This company was trying to sell SEO to them and detailed the process they would use to build backlinks. The essence of this process was finding relevant websites that had expired, buying those sites, and then placing content on them that linked back to the target site. It is essentially a PBN (Private Blog Network), a network of sites under the control of a single entity (in this case, the SEO company) and used to artificially build links.
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