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Can i pay someone?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Guthridge, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. Guthridge

    Guthridge Registered Member

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    Can i pay someone to do all the onsite SEO services for me? and if so how much would this cost? im talking doing the meta tags and such on all pages and making sure the website is optimized to its fullest
     
  2. mo_mo

    mo_mo Newbie

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    Go to the hire a freelancer page and request with more details. You will find a ton of people here good at this!
     
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    switch_2012 Power Member

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    how many page are we talking about and what platform is it based on, WP? i might do it for free, 'm in a good mood today:)
     
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    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    It takes a little more than meta tags. (which are very circa 2001 btw, they don't really do anything any more IMO) I would do your research, make sure you know how it's done so you're not getting ripped off. Plus, it takes a lot of trust to let someone edit your site. I'm sure someone on here could do it, and not rip you off. :) Just make sure you know what you're getting into first.
     
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    As FuriousGeorge says, the key thing here is trust. Letting someone loose on your site is a high risk, and small changes can result in massive ranking drops. I've seen a designer change the URL structure and screw all the inbound links in one swoop.

    if you're using a CMS like WP, then it's likely that most of the internal optimisation is already done to a sufficient degree. Just make sure you're posting reasonably unique and readable content.

    If it's HTML/PHP/static site then it's a different ball game: you'll need to be very careful about what you change; especially if you have some good rankings.
     
  7. Guthridge

    Guthridge Registered Member

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