These are general pricing plans for our SEO services on a month-to-month basis (no long-term contract). However, we are aware that not all companies are alike and may often have different needs. We can customize any of these plans or create a new plan for your business from scratch if needed.
In order to provide you with the most accurate pricing structure for your business, we would encourage hopping on a short 15-30 minute phone call. If you have an understanding of what you’re trying to achieve and would rather get a quote, please start here.
Knowing that SEO is a long-term strategy unlike paid advertising, we do encourage businesses to save a little money:
- Take $50 off per month when you sign a 6-month contract
- Take $100 off per month when you sign a 12-month contract
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A. How many pages your website has. The scope of work amplifies when you have 1,000+ pages compared to a 100-page website.
A. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is a broader term that includes SEO but mainly other search marketing tactics such as paid advertising.
A. Also known as on-site SEO, this refers to applying Google’s “best practices” to certain elements on your webpage. These include, but are not limited to: title tags and meta descriptions.
A. Also known as off-site SEO, this includes any efforts taken outside of a website to improve its rankings in the search engines. The most common known tactic is link building, but it goes much deeper than that.
A. This incorporates any technical action taken to a website with the intent to improve its search results. Common topics include, but are not limited to: crawling, indexing, SSL, site structure, and structured data.
A. Absolutely. However, reading about SEO and implementing a couple of things that you can figure out isn’t going to get you the results you’re looking for. People and company’s like us spend years (decades even) learning, perfecting, adjusting, and keeping up with the latest Google algorithm changes to ensure the optimizations we implement will NOT receive any manual penalties from Google.
A. SEO incorporates many different factors so when an agency or company says they can do it for $100-$300 (for example) per month it should sound, as it feels, too good to be true. Companies offering services for this cheap may only do a couple of things for you, which tends to be local SEO – where they pay a data aggregator that automatically adds your business to 50 different directory sites then charge you for all of the “work” they did. While you need to be in local directories if you’re a local business, there are still many other higher ticket items that your website needs in order to actually start ranking on the first page of Google.
The other unfortunate scenario we see when companies offer really cheap SEO packages is they outsource their “services” overseas where the workers get $4 (or less) per hour. Not only is that morally wrong but you then get a gap in communication which tends to roll over to the work being completed for you – which typically isn’t of the highest standard.
Our recommendation: if you can’t afford it wait until you can or work with a company that offers project-based work, so you can chip away at it.