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Hi Muhammad! There are plenty of sites online (ours included) that have lots of information about SEO that you can learn from. I myself didn’t know much about SEO until I started reading about it online.

If you’re going to be telling everyone else to get them, shouldn’t you have some yourself? It’s amazing how many SEO companies don’t have Google reviews. People know SEO companies can be sketchy which is exactly why they’re that much more important in this industry. Plus if YOU are doing local SEO, it will obviously help you.

2,000 Words – Hardly anyone does this because they are super lazy or just don’t know that this simple strategy works like a charm. If you’re targeting “SEO Albany” on your your SEO services page, then make sure that page has at least 2,000+ well written words or more. This worked for me and the data has shown this to work as well. Check out this graph below by serpIQ. As you can see, there is a direct correlation between having more words on a page and higher rankings in Google.

Even when you are “the boss” working for yourself if you have any level of success you will soon be “the boss” with employees of your own. And many successful businesses don’t have 1 boss, but rather hundreds or thousands of them – their customers.

Networking in person at business events is one of the most effective ways of finding new clients to purchase your SEO services. The easiest way to get started is by joining your local chamber of commerce. This will introduce you to many local business owners and entrepreneurs like yourself who NEED the service you are offering.

Working for a family business or a steady corporation isn’t something to be looked down upon by any means. The key to mitigating the risks on both sides (getting laid off for example) is to be financially prudent, continually invest in yourself (earn a degree, start a side business), and be loyal to whom you work for or with. If you do those three things you will typically be ok in any reasonable situation.

When starting out, the first website you should work on is your own. Ensure it’s rock solid and follows Google’s best practice. It’s best to lead by example and often times it’s the first thing a prospect will ask – “how are you ranking?”

This was a great post, thanks for sharing it. I have been researching a lot lately about SEO regarding education resources and what have you. I understand that it can be as broad or as specific as you would like. I am really trying to develop a plan on what to study and would appreciate your advice. As of now, I am teaching myself by means of free education resources on these topics; SEM, SEO, marketing in general, html coding, and website design. I plan on offering services relative to those topics as a sole freelancer and wasn’t sure if there is anything to delve deeply into that would better my understanding. If you could suggest any other topics you think would be of great help, or any education resources, whether they are free or come at a price, it would be greatly appreciated.

Ok, so now you know the basics of how to get your website set up and are ready to accept payments from your future clients! I’m going to walk you through a number of methods I’ve personally used to get clients for my own SEO business in the past. Before I do though, I should explain just how I gathered all the details of these businesses in order to contact them to sell my services.

“This course really covers all the things that people really need to know to start a SEO business. All the free forms are super and all you have to do is modify them to use them. The instructor does a fantastic job at describing everything need to open a business.” – Bill Brooks

But I do find it tempting to hang out a shingle or do a small website that does online marketing. I’ve met business people who are incredibly smart that wouldn’t know online marketing if it fell on them. I call it “smart people” disease.

Like the idea of outsourcing to scale once you become more established, I’m not sure at the start though. I think if you are to do things properly, you should have an understanding of what is currently working SEO wise, thus helping you to make a good decision on who outsource to later on down the line.

The other elephant in the room is stress. The stress of being the breadwinner is stressful enough, but if you have no safety net or if your business is brand new (thus more unstable than 9-5 corporate stuff) as well then it is really stressful. This is something to keep in mind and something you might want to try and emotionally reconcile before you start.

If you want to reach success, then you have to have a good strategy. And in order to have a good strategy, you have to know who you are. What do you bring new to the market? Why should people choose you? Without knowing these important elements, you won’t be able to conceive an appropriate and useful marketing strategy that would bring you truly interested users.

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If you’re going to be a one-person consulting company in the beginning, I would recommend getting some real-world experience under your belt before making a promises to prospective clients that might be difficult to keep. Until then, you could always hire a great team while you bring in the clients.

The easiest and cheapest option is to buy a fully customisable professional theme. Some of the best themes I’ve seen online so far that is perfect for exactly what we need are the Studio Press themes. They look very professional and are fully customisable! Click here to check them out for yourself.

Although they’re both inbound marketing strategies, organic search differs from paid search (or PPC) in that organic listings are not paid for and the order of the rankings is determined by search engine algorithms. Here’s a visual distinction:

Great post Neil I am also a young entrepreneur/author/SEO and I am really glad I stumbled across your blog today. Congratulations on all your success so far man!! Look forward to reading your future posts and I’ll see you at the top!

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  1. Lisa Allen

    From reading sites like Search Engine Watch and SEObook, I started getting the hang of SEO. I made on-page changes to my own site, and learned how to build links by talking to people like Patrick Gavin on a weekly basis.
    I have been on the fence with this idea for a long time. It seems counter intuitive, but you’ve proven it over and over again. Perhaps i’m my own best example, my company is obviously too small to work with your company directly, but i’m an avid follower of your blog and a highly respect your brand. I’m not sure how that comes back financially in this example, perhaps if we get larger it’ll come in the form a of a kissmeterics subscription or perhaps it’s just a referral or maybe just communicating itself is adding DA and i’m just a smaller piece of a larger scheme.
    Your blog is good and impressive.. even we also in same catogory if you want to know more about Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Website Designers, Website designing Companies, Social Media Marketing…
    What does make a difference though, is your broad experience base and how much you can apply it to the work you and your coworkers are doing. experience with things like managing social media campaigns, email campaigns, and usability.
    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.

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