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SEO Specialists on Comissions?

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Pronin, Mar 2, 2013.

  1. Pronin

    Pronin Newbie

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    Hi everyone,
    I'm looking for SEO guys who will work with me on some sales percentage as comissions. Are there any?
    I had an experience with such deals and everything was relatively good until I started to buy SEO services which resulted in a "love letter" from Mr. Katz and his lovely team about a year ago. Now the "don't be evil" corporation claims to revoke the penalty but I'm still very precautions about buying any services. I want to form a long-term partnership with shared responsibility. All the link building has to be as white as possible with bookmarks, press releases, some articles, and a few relevant comments.
    Is it possible to find someone here?
     
  2. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    One of the main reasons most people don't do Seo for themselves and take clients aswell its because of the fast ROI.
    If someone is able to rank your keyword,he'll do it for himself and take a bigger commision from beeing an affiliate insteed of getting it from you.
    I hope you understand my point.

    Cheers
     
  3. Pronin

    Pronin Newbie

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    It seem like most people think that SEO can be done only for affiliate marketing. In my theme there are no affiliates at all, it's purely e-commerce.
     
  4. mohan1218

    mohan1218 Registered Member

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    Hey Mate,

    It'd be more helpful for SEO guys to decide, If you answered these questions!

    1. Are you going to create the content (i.e. Articles, Press Releases, videos etc..)? Or Is it SEO's responsibility?

    2. Is it a Brand New site or a site with traffic already coming in?

    3. Which industry you're in? and What's the amount of average sale?

    4. Are you willing to give access to your Google Analytics and Google Websmaster Tools account?

    5. Do you have a web designer to make changes to the site...if necessary for Conversion rate optimization?

    Thanks...
     
  5. Pronin

    Pronin Newbie

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    Ok,
    1) I'm going to provide the texts, but it's negotiable.
    2) 1 old site that just came out of penalty and several new coming.
    3) Let's say content/consulting industry. Some new ideas for new websites. The sales on the old site (a really ridiculous site SEO-wise) were around $100k/year.
    4) Yes. But I'm not planning to use this spyware on all upcoming sites.
    5) For the new sites - I will. The old one needs migration to WP.
    Concerning the industry...
    The industry is not contaminated by affiliates. In fact no affiliate sites were ever noticed in top-10, only the e-commerce ones, and .edu's for non-commercial but interesting keywords. The competition is tough.
    The (presumable) leader of the industry has around $2m/year sales. There are several networks of sites, but they are kept secret, of course. Many sites were raped and butchered by Mr. Katz's zoo, so SEO must be done very accurately, relying on internal factors mainly. However, the creation of expandable one-season sites for purely blackhat SEO is also possible.
     
  6. duttaarijit

    duttaarijit Power Member

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    Any Skype do you have?