SEO Firms and SEO Freelancers - A good answer is all it takes to crack it.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by sharma2008, Oct 28, 2014.

  1. sharma2008

    sharma2008 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Nowadays, we are getting such "amazing" questions, rather than the normal pre-sales inquiries people from members of Freelancer and WebHosting Talk. Maybe you guys are also familiar with these questions. :)

    1) I'm a potential customer, I like your enterprise SEO package, but I need to know how your services are different from Fiverr top 10 seo for $5?

    2) Removing backlink is free, and I can do that myself, why should I pay for your backlink disavow services then?

    3) I am on a budget of $30- $250; I have 25 keywords, and you need to bring all my keywords on Top of Google. I will upload milestone payment after 30 days from the results to make sure that they are stable. Is that okay?

    4) I see that you are from India, SL, US why your site is not top of Google? If you can't rank your site then how do you rank my site for $250?

    5) Please send me sample link building report that you done for the same niche as my website so that I can check the link quality? I hope you can build links from Forbes,, WSJ,etc., for your $149 package, right?

    6) Why don't you show off your clients keywords, domain, link building report in public? Are you trying to hide your blackhat techniques? Can I see your GA, GWT access to see your links, traffic sources? Oh, you have ranked just long tail keywords, anyone can do! nothing from weight loss, insurance niches?

    There are more " amazing" questions like these, all you need to have patience and proper strategy to answer such questions. But most of them starts from " I'm a potential customer " " I am interested in your big package ", "send me your clients sample links ", etc.! Have you ever received such "interesting" questions? What is your take on these? share your views :)
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    Last edited: Oct 28, 2014