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SEO Budget to rank site in Travel Niche (High compition-country specific)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CrazyBuddy, Jan 21, 2014.

  1. CrazyBuddy

    CrazyBuddy Regular Member

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    What should the SEO budget to rank site in High competition travel niche keyword.

    Budget should include all expenses like ... WEB 2.0 , gust post ,PBN , Man power ETC ....

    I need it because i want to crack a deal .So far i have successfully ranked medium competition keywords and i had never gone for such high competitive keyword . So i am a little bit of nervous this time.

    help me guys ..
     
  2. MegaSEO

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    No way we can just pull an estimate out of the air without knowing what your website looks like and
    analyzing onsite SEO that you have done. We do not even know what your keywords are and the competition
    we would be faced with in your niche. All of the factors changes the price.

    MegaSEO
     
  3. termi

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    Yep we need more details high competitive keywords are not equal other high competitive keyword. This can be from 500$ up to ... Actually I don't think there can be up to:)
     
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    Bro, to be honest I never give my customers and upfront number.... I explain to them how important SEO is and explain how much money they could make and then I ask them what they would be willing to pay for such a service. I have never been disappointed with this method. Why say straight up that it's going $2k/month? What if you asked them and they said, "how about we start at $5k/month and if it's good we can renegotiate for more." My point is that you don't want to limit your options, every client has their own marketing budget.

    Also don't be afraid to say no to clients. Once you do give it a few days, and they WILL come back with a more reasonable offer...