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SEO monthly maintenance ? How much ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by easy123, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. easy123

    easy123 Registered Member

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    Hi ,

    i'm looking to hire in Odesk and Freelancer for SEO monthly maintenance , just about OffPage SEO but I don't know how much the price is reasonable .I want to get advice from everyone to make sure I do not be fooled :( , srr i'm just a newbie in SEO

    Anyone can recommend me a good SEO service in BHW also ?

    Thanks ,
     
  2. katona44

    katona44 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    The Prices depends on many factors,PM/Skype/Yahoo me,i will explain you everything.
     
  3. superpink

    superpink Registered Member

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    i know some very good service , is best you PM me and we talk over skype and also we can work on what will suit you best instead of just blasting it with ware . which may do more harm then help it .

    many factor need to be consider .

    and also there are many ways to approach it .

    the price wise can be work in many degree and adjusted as it grow .
     
  4. Bross

    Bross Senior Member

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    My conclusion from hiring more than 10 link builders from oDesk:

    Waste of time, waste of money; most of them probably can't get their shoe laces right.
    All they can do is article submission, directory submission and spam comments.

    You have Scrapebox, AMR and some other affordable tools for that...
     
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  5. SuperLinks

    SuperLinks Elite Member

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    It all depends on how you structure it. If you simply hire out of the blue and have them perform their own SEO tasks its typically a waste of time. On the other hand if you think outside the box, then oDesk is a great resource for work.

    I typically provide my workers with step by step details of what I need accomplished and how to do the job properly. Most of the current workers that tell you they perform SEO are simply doing what they've read without producing any real results. That's why its important to give them what you need done, more along the lines of a virtual assistant.
     
  6. JohnnyRabbit

    JohnnyRabbit Supreme Member

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    Completely dependent on the keywords you are trying to rank for.

    $200 a month is probably a good estimate if it's low/medium competition
     
  7. easy123

    easy123 Registered Member

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    thank you guys , i can invest 200-300$ per month , but i'm not sure about which important point when i hire them , they gave me a long description talking so mucch about their business .
     
  8. mikey3412

    mikey3412 Junior Member

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    I have to agree with this gentleman.
     
  9. elvis1973

    elvis1973 Power Member

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    What exactly could you get done for that? thats less than 5 hours work per month on your site. In the UK most companies would charge that per hour.
     
  10. Drink More Tea

    Drink More Tea Regular Member

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    I would charge a minimum of £1,000, but it would be considered a failure if I didn't get at least 5 x ROI.
     
  11. mutatedllama

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    Check out the BST section on this forum for some nice options. You'll want a service that offers many different types of backlinks: web 2.0s, blog comments, profiles, articles, social bookmarking, PRs, contextual blog posts etc. and you'll want these to be done in a chaotic multi-tiered fashion so it doesn't leave a footprint. Before ordering remember to read reviews (look for BAD reviews and take good reviews with a pinch of salt).

    If you want any more advice just PM me.