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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by freeufcdotinfo, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. freeufcdotinfo

    freeufcdotinfo Power Member

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    Is it worth the $300....
     
  2. ipopbb

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    If you have a website that is already making $10K/month or more in gross revenue then yes. Otherwise wait.
     
  3. freeufcdotinfo

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    Cant understand how it would help a site that is already established..
     
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    no that is waste of money for me
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  5. freeufcdotinfo

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    The reason I ask is it seem that Market Samurai seems to think this a dmoz is relavant.
     
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    If you don't stand to make a quick return on the investment then it isn't worth making. The ultimate goal is money right?

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    I manage 15 websites that are all online retail. total of about 14,000 SKUs across 500 product categories. My annual revenue from organic SEO referrers has been as high as $25M. I have 15 paid yahoo links. Love them and wouldn't think of giving them up. A site that isn't making some serious money doesn't need them. At least not right away. There are many other places to invest time and money for bigger returns. Eventually, at a certain level of success it will become a beneficial next step. Its not a necessary step for small or new sites.
     
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