Produce a ton of content and get ranked in Google. This, again, is a whole topic I can’t just cover here; entire websites are dedicated to it. But hey, if you’re looking to provide SEO services for clients, the first thing you should do is be able to provide it to yourself.Offer some free tools. A free SEO audit can be a hook to sell services to fix the problems it finds, though you never want to make up problems like those fake malware scanners do. That turns a business into a scam. You can also offer free trials of your services at various levels.Give away information. It’s easy to write resources, in the form of blog posts, white papers, ebooks, and detailed guides. Or, should I say, it’s easy to pay someone else to write those so you can give them away. The better your free resources, the more clients will trust you to know what you’re doing.Reach out to “competitors” and make partnerships. Maybe you want to focus on small bed and breakfast … [Read more...] about What Do You Need to Start Your Own SEO Company?
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Hopefully it’ll be published this August. I’m finishing the secondary editing, I’ll bounce it to another editor and then I’ll be the final editor. The layout and cover design will be done next week. After that, it’s just a matter of costing and paper picking with the printer and we’re good to go. Soft copies will be out sooner though and will be colored, so I think it’s better to get the soft copy. It’ll be on my website’s sidebar when it’s available for purchase. … [Read more...] about Tips of Starting an SEO Company: Interview with Sean Si
Google's Matt Cutts posted on Twitter a link to Eric Goldman (a guy who knows his legal SEO stuff) story about how a law firm sued their SEO company. Not necessarily for not achieving the rankings they wanted but rather for violating Google's webmaster guidelines and/or using spammy techniques. … [Read more...] about Law Firm Sues Their SEO Company For Using Spammy Tactics
Most SEO contracts probably do not offer a fine set of ranking promises. They probably do offer deliverables such as ranking reports on Mondays, SEO audit to be delivered to customer by a specific date, follow up with customer on another date and so on. But a requirement to rank the web site in position X is likely something you won't see in an SEO contract. … [Read more...] about Want To Sue Your SEO Company?
The calls sometimes start with a recording that reads: “It’s extremely urgent that we speak to the business owner! We’ve tried to reach you numerous times. Our records indicate that your Google Business Listing has not been claimed...” … [Read more...] about Google: We’re Suing An SEO Company For Robocalling & Confusing Businesses