In this course, you’ll discover 4 different ways you can make money in the SEO field so you can diversify your income and explore new options you may not have thought of. You’ll see exactly how to use your SEO knowledge to generate monthly recurring revenue doing a job you love from anywhere in the world!
Cashflow is by far the most important consideration. You can have customers lined up, they are buying what you have, they are placing more orders, but if you can’t meet your bills, then your business will crash. Consider what line of credit you may need in order to maintain cashflow.
Best part to me defiantly making sure to have more than one revenue stream. Doing so can be challenging to those who are just starting out. That being said, once you understand the 3-7 or so different ways any blogger or SEO company can make income, you’ll be so glad you took the time to implement them from the beginning.
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.
All in all, you need to first have a strong background in SEO. Luckily I have been blogging and doing SEO for the past 6 years, so I know most of the basic principles and even little tips that help a website rank.
Link building is still one of the most important aspects of SEO. No-one can deny that you need high-quality links if you want to see success in your SEO efforts. But what are high-quality links, and what makes them so important?
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Start off by partnering with a couple local web design freelancers, then start offering web design to your SEO clients. After all, many SEO projects require an overhaul of the client’s site because the development is super old and very SEO unfriendly. Once you’re getting more web design business, and only when you’re getting enough web design business, bring on the web designer full-time.
Page 2: Explain very briefly what methods you are going to use for offsite SEO (link building). Try not to dwell on this part with the client as most will not be tech savvy and this part can really confuse them.
There are two categories to this. The first being the category that takes in the name, address and contact number option. In this category, there need not be any changes because variation at this level can create disturbances that can be sometimes misread by Google. The other category is the one that uses the concept of putting the task on Google to decide whether it is a proper site or not. Local SEO works in the category that does not have any variation and has same types of arrangement everywhere.
SEO is an inbound marketing strategy that drives organic search traffic from search engines like Google and Bing. This means that your business interacts with potential customers while they’re actively seeking your services (like when you search for “Nike running shoes” and Google shows you ads for exactly that).
The advice in the book is of course contingent on having a firm grasp of SEO, and I wouldn’t advise starting an SEO business unless you know what you’re doing. It can be a legal nightmare if you aren’t careful.
This guide, however, should not be your single source knowledge about how to earn money becoming SEO. Honestly, you are the best teacher for you, and the more you learn, the more you grow. So, while you practice these steps we write, it is important that you practice a lot by gathering knowledge yourself from different sources.
I was previously a technical writer working in and around Microsoft (that means I worked as both a full-time and contract employee) for 14 years. My last assignment there started as a contract tech writer hired by the then Microsoft Live Search team to update the online Help for the old version of Webmaster Center tools. I quickly finished that task, and was then given the opportunity to work on building up a library of technical content for what became the Bing Webmaster Center blog. I already had a layman’s knowledge of search engine optimization (due to a long, personal interest in web technologies), but I quickly got down to brass tacks by learning details of SEO from folks in the Bing core search team. I also completed the SEMPO Institute’s “Insider’s Guide to Search Marketing.” In addition, to keep up with industry sentiment and perspectives, I became an avid reader of many industry blogs, which contributed to my knowledge, not only on technical questions about SEO, but how SEO is perceived by the outside (non-search engine company-based) world. Lastly, I attended a few conferences, which gave me even more industry sentiment understanding for my work.