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How is the SEO/SEM market in the UK?

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by simoneee, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. simoneee

    simoneee Registered Member

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    I'm moving with my girlfriend from Sweden to the UK, where she will study and I want to start my SEO/SEM business over there. As I have been working within SEO/SEM for several years and I feel it's time to make a move into running my own business now. So my question is how difficult you think it should be to make a living out of selling my SEO/SEM services?
     
  2. weepingwillow

    weepingwillow Junior Member

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    it must be booming as they are dozens of big SEO compnaies in each city and they are hiring...so .
     
  3. ted41

    ted41 Newbie

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    Way to go man. UK is pretty expensive country. specially london.. so u must have to work really hard.. best of luck
     
  4. weepingwillow

    weepingwillow Junior Member

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    UK is expensive...? He's coming from Sweden...50% tax and what about £6 a beer....he'll find it cheap.
     
  5. sathyavcs

    sathyavcs Regular Member

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    Definitely UK is best place for making SEO biz, because I got few clients from UK so if you are in UK you will get more I guess :) Good Luck !
     
  6. Douffy

    Douffy Newbie

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    Build your business around your own ventures in the longer term so you do not have reliance on paymasters or have geographical restrictions imposed on your business model.

    I presume if you are already working in this field so some of your existing clients you can bring with you whilst you get up to speed as the function you serve is not hindered by location.

    Good luck on our shores, I hope it all works out for you and your partner :)