Would like to put a bug in your ear about providing MySEOAuditor.com users with the ability to “switch” between customized report themes within MySEOAuditor.com for at least running manual reports from the backend. This small “custom theme switcher” would be a great addition to your current custom profile feature and would be SUPER DUPER handy for SEOs who perform white-label SEO work for other agencies regularly in addition to our own freelance SEO work or SEO / Online Marketing Businesses… Being able to switch between “customized report profiles” would save me a TON of time, hassle and headache personally! At the moment, I’m having to cut and paste in “customized” profiles setups (which I’ve saved into Evernote to at least save me a little time), since i have to go through these paces every or every other time I run a new manual report. Oi! It would be absolutely amazing to just be able to quickly switch report branding from one agency profile setting to another that I perform white-label SEO work for when I want to quickly run a manual report for a new client prospect. So, how about it? Pretty, pretty pixel please? Hehe!
Matt D’Angelo is a B2B Tech Staff Writer based in New York City. After graduating from James Madison University with a degree in Journalism, Matt gained experience as a copy editor and writer for newspapers and various online publications. Matt joined the Purch team in 2017 and covers technology for Business.com and Business News Daily. Follow him on Twitter or email him.
Are you one of those people who always dreams about starting your own business, but always comes up with excuses not to do so. Your not alone, many people do this, but continues the rat race working for others. Well, it could be easier than you think to start your own business!
But only you will know when the time is right and I strongly urge you keep your clients business interests top priority throughout the entire SEO campaign. This will certainly keep you in business far longer than trying to manipulate an algorithm which is catching up to these short lived tactics all the time.
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ADVERTISE YOURSELF – It would be nothing short of ironical mishap if your own website does not end up on the first pages of a search engine result. And how can you expect your clients to trust your work if you can’t optimize your very own SEO!
Crafting a business plan also enforces an intellectual rigour that will help test and challenge your ideas. In crafting your business plan, various questions will occur to you. How many clients do you need to get in order to meet your financial goals? How many staff members can you afford based on those goals? If you allocate all your time to existing clients, how will have time to acquire new clients? Do you have a marketing budget to get new clients?
As simple as it may sound, but a lot of those strengths and weaknesses are not immediately clear and only become clear with experience and time and trying various things, which can take some years. Also, opportunities based on your strengths may not be readily available, so one needs to put focused effort in that direction. For ex., I have realized by now that there are some things I am really good at, they come natural to me (to the point that I was taking them for granted), and they happen to be difficult for a lot of people/competitors. So I am now trying to focus on that.
But let’s say you’ve figured out how to rank well. Your skills are valuable, because top ten rankings are valuable. Another bonus, given Google is making life more difficult, is that it creates a barrier to entry. There will be less threat from newcomers who have just bought a book on How To SEO.
If you’re not sure what keywords to use, try entering some preliminary ideas on Google’s AdWords Keyword Tool to get suggestions. Or, if you really want to get into the keyword research process, check out the KISSmetrics Guide to Keyword Research – Part I and Part II.
Whether it’s for a startup or a new business, these 11 steps will help your SEO efforts be more successful. Of course, once you launch a business the keywords and content your care about may change, but the game remains the same.
Before offering anything, understand what you potential clients needs are. Make it a point to learn about his business to make sure that you can offer them help. There is such thing as “one size fits all”. Making them feel that they are unique and important is what will help you gain their trust.