This acts as a big number that they now have in their head and hopefully if you convince them well enough, they won’t want to drop any of the keywords you have proposed and will sign up to have you optimise their site for all of them.
Create an online venue where you can promote your products and services, share information on the industry, and establish your authority as an SEO provider. If you don’t have a website yet, we can help you create one that is catchy, navigable, and search engine-friendly. If you already have one, we can audit your site and help you optimize it, both for the web and for your targeted niche.
Perhaps there are web design companies who can’t afford a full time SEO, but would like to offer the service to their clients. Get three or four of these agencies as “clients” and you’ll likely create one full time job for yourself. This is a particularly good model if you don’t like sales, or don’t have time to do a lot of sales work. The design agency will do the selling for you, and they already have a customer base to whom they can sell.
If you’re not sure what keywords to use, try entering some 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.
Recommend the website you want to rank well in search results by giving it a +1, sharing the website on your profile and/or page as a status update, and linking to it in your profile information under recommended websites.
Let the local leaders of thought know about you. Leave mentions about your business and they will attract clients from the right area to your site like a magnet. For this purpose, links from local directories, sites, and forums will do the trick.
Unfortunately, it’s not the kindergarten sort of nap. NAP stands for name, address, and phone number and it’s some of the most important information search engines need to understand about your business. Publishing this prominently on your homepage is an important step for search engines to confidently display this information within the search engine results page (SERP).
Email Marketing… is by far the most cost-effective solution to this problem, so flex some brains and come up with an offer that will let your business stand out from the crowd. Your average client is very busy and cares about nothing but ROI, period. Short and sweet is the best way to go… if you can’t inbox well, better find somebody who can.
Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – exploit all your Social Medias to advertise that you are starting your own SEO business. Try blogging, speaking at marketing conferences and leaving answers to SEO related queries on forums. This could help get you noticed.
Hey There! My name is Gaurav Jain, a full time affiliate marketer since 2007. The reason for starting eMoneyIndeed.Com blog is to help you Save & Make Money Online. I write about Blogging, Online Marketing, Webhosting, SEO, Affiliate Marketing, Startups, Social Media, Email Marketing and more. Hope you enjoy the posts on eMoneyIndeed.com
Excellent post. I think that if you work hard on Internet marketing and if you think that you could work on laptop 10-14 hours a day in right direction then you will get some where after few years. Your experience teaches you every thing !
This is a huge business – what the hell is an SEO nowadays? In many ways SEO has become an umbrella term for online or digital marketing and many SEO’s will provide an overview of what the opportunities are online and how you can execute on them.
excellent article, are the above tips still being utilized in your business? Referrals are truly the best way to go. our average “ticket” for referrals is typically 20% higher than a new customer. we offer discounts to exiting customers when they referrer someone to us. do you offer anything like this?
Before you can start getting clients, you need to decide how you are going to accept payments from them. I personally just invoice my clients at the end of every month for the SEO work done. Now, some of you may be thinking; “OMG! But what if they don’t pay!?”.
It’s essential to have a plan, just as you need directions to get to a travel destination. You could wing it without a map, and you might arrive in your destination, but chances are you won’t. You’ll most likely get lost. A business plan helps you assess where you are, and remind you where you’re going.