Writing titles and descriptions is considered an art in the SEO world. In a sea of competing search results, if this text isn’t unique, compelling and descriptive, then your click-through rate will suffer. Additionally, one extra word or character could cut off your text with the dreaded ellipses (…). This may not be a true tragedy, but it does look unprofessional, especially when it shows up in the middle of a sentence, making your title or description less impactful.
If you keep up with the latest in online marketing news, then you have likely read about content development and content marketing. Content is great for both your website visitors and search engines. The more content you have, the more likely your visitors will stick around on your website. And the more content you have, the more likely search engines will be to put more of your website’s pages in the search index.
Brilliantly written, thoroughly liked reading the post. Especially the points you have mentioned about things to keep in mind when doing a face to face meeting with prospective clients are encouraging.
Look for best ‘SEO reseller provider’, you can provide all of their services and mark up as much as you want. Being an SEO wizard is not necessary.. SEO reselling, is more on sales and marketing.. This kind of business model can be done through online too.
Think about areas that are a pain for you in your current search marketing work. These areas are likely a pain for other people, too. If you can make these pain points easier, then that is worth money. The search community tends to be about getting the word out when truly useful tools and services spring up. The hard part is when more service providers enter a niche it becomes harder to maintain a sustained advantage in your feature set. As that happens, you need to focus on points of differentiation in your marketing strategy.
Use a piece of software called SEO Power Suite. This software has many brilliant features that will assist you in your day to day running of your SEO business but more importantly it can create very professional looking SEO reports that you can then use as free SEO reports to pass on to your clients.
Reviews not only drive a higher click-through rate to your site, but are listed on search engine page results (serps) and according to an extensive study conducted by Digital Marketing Works, reviews play a critical role in determining inclusion and ranking for Google’s local “carousel results”, that appear at the top of a serp.
I spoke at local places and those have gotten me a ton of leads and clients, I believe I e-mailed you about that once. Speaking is definitely the best thing to get business, build credibility, and networking. I’ve never been to and SEO conference, but I can imagine how a non-SEO conference would be better to get leads.
You may not be 100% happy with your business logo, products, unique value proposition etc… but just put something out there and go for it. Don’t wait for everything to be perfect before you launch because it never will be.
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This is an excellent course! Everything is explained in in-depth details and what he explains here is a very lucrative business opportunity. If you already do local SEO for clients or you wanna get started in it, for beginners this is the perfect starting point and for experienced marketers you will learn a ton of things that you can implement in to your business. There is soo much to learn from this course. Honestly, I was blown away how much information OP provided. A must have course. A+++
My advice for you, if you really want to do SEO, is to specialize in a particular service or industry. Get really good at link building or E-Commerce SEO…or specialize in travel or real estate SEO… something very specific that you can master. Once you build connections in a particular niche (writers, site owners, bloggers, directories, etc. etc.) the results will be much easier to attain and duplicate. Then you build a name for yourself in that niche and you can easily sell potential clients and get tons of referrals from existing ones.
Still, I can’t imagine working for someone else, I guess it’s my nature. I’m not a “trade time for money” kind of guy. I prefer to be in control of my destiny no matter what…but it certainly isn’t getting any easier.
E.g., I remember a project – the client had some money to spend (a government agency) and had some very vague idea. There was no clearly defined scope with clearly set expectations of deliverables. I took it. Man, it backfired. It turned out there were several other people in the picture, “stakeholders” as they would call them in my field, and they all had strong and loud ideas for what they wanted to be done, and there was no consensus. I ended up spending endless time facilitating endless discussions with them of what should be done etc etc etc, all of which after the contract was already in place. The end result: I spent ridiculous amounts of time, nobody was happy, the amount of money was small and totally not worth it, and I was to blame for everything. Man, I learned a lot from that one project.
1. How would I convince someone to be my head of sales and head of seo and why would they be interested in joining a new business if they are making plenty of money already? How should I approach selling myself to them and convince them that I will not be a time waster and such ?
Before picking a category, try it out in a Google search. Does it return local results? If not, you probably don’t want to include that as one of your categories on your Google My Business and Bing Places profile.
When I first started my agency it was just me and many VAs. I outsourced everything and paid stupid amounts of money for link placement. Some of these vendors scammed me and many of the link placements sucked or got removed.
Moreover, you can approach other businesses and experts and “steal” from their knowledge. A simple Google query for the Chicago area shows a lot of useful results for someone looking for seoservicesusa seo chicago agency.
Another great post. I am a customer of your Quick Sprout product which i purchased a while back which i found very usefull in my day to day dealings. One thing i am struggling with at the moment is producing a step by step plan that will allow me to fully analyse a clients website and SEO position top to bottom including their top competitors links etc and then present these findings to them with our quote. It seems i need tons of different products to do this. Do you have any tips on how we can do this without spending so much time and tools to make it happen? I always provide upfront in depth detail about what we do for a clients site but always looking to improve. Thanks in advance. Bill
Quite a few people have asked me how to raise capital to start a new business. My response is always, “what for?” They usually have a blank look on their face when I ask that. The reason they often look perplexed is that most people just think you need to raise capital to start a business. We refer to those people as “wantrepreneurs”, not entrepreneurs. Don’t fall for this excuse.