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What do you charge for SEO analysis?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by maryowen7002, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. maryowen7002

    maryowen7002 Newbie

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    I might not be the most knowledgeable when it comes to SEO but I've had a client today ask me to take a look at his site. I've had a quick look and there is tonnes wrong with it and it would take around 2 hours to write everything up that he should do about it. What should I charge - I know that's a little vague? He's pestering me for a price and I just don't know. I know some companies give it away for free but he's adamant to fix the errors himself.
     
  2. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    About £300-£500 for one off and full Seo report, free if its a 6-12 month contract
     
  3. Pelican1789

    Pelican1789 Registered Member

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    200-799$ depending upon the client's background...
     
  4. ExpressFans

    ExpressFans Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I've seen this pretty often too but aren't there site that generate all these reports automatically?
     
  5. futurestic06

    futurestic06 Supreme Member

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    Automated Reports are OK but not really trusted and they will not solve the problems :)
    I think it depends on the time that you have to spend in this site. and total correction of On page should not be done below 300$.
    but you can increase the rate if you see that your client is a big company :)