SEO Pricing and Local SEO Pricing FAQs
Why is SEO pricing so complicated?
With more than one type of SEO and at least three different pricing models being widely used, understanding SEO and local SEO pricing can be confusing. The following FAQ can help you make sense of SEO pricing, including local SEO costs.
It’s almost impossible to give a one-size-fits-all quote for the cost of SEO services because several factors come into play.
Here are the main ingredients of an SEO quote:
- The size of your website. An e-commerce store with thousands of pages will generate significantly more work than a 10-page website.
- Your goals. Some websites need some basic structural tasks performed on them while others have a results-driven goal that requires more resources to be poured into an SEO campaign.
- Your industry. Some industries are more competitive than others, which makes their keywords more competitive, too.
- The level of service. Some SEO pricing models are designed to work on a set-it-and-forget-it basis, where you have someone managing your campaign end-to-end for you. Other models work a la carte: you order a project that fits into your overall marketing plan.
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Why do we bother with FAQs, when clearly the goal of most SEO companies is to get you to call them with your questions so they can make their pitch to you? Because we know that an informed business owner makes better decisions for his or her business.
We know from experience that when SEO clients understand what they’re paying for, they’re happier. They’re not happy when they’re presented with mysterious pricing schemes, inexplicably high prices, jargon-filled explanations, or other smoke-and-mirror techniques that seem to thrive in the SEO company ecosystem.
At DAGMAR Marketing, we’ll all about transparency and helping you understand the services you’re purchasing from us.
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