For those of you who read us here weekly (and for those who don’t either), I thought that I’d follow up on a post from 4 months ago or so, on two new online entrepeneurs over at uncorkedventures.com, an online wine club and store. And a quick glance left shows you that yes, they’re doing swell as I’ve given their SEO Campaign two green arrows! So far, well done lads!
I’m checking our analytics for our client roster for the past month yesterday, and I’ve noticed — as I’m sure others have — that a Company Profile setup on LinkedIN brings traffic! This may not be “new” in the sense that LinkedIN has been around now for a few years, but what is “new” is the tactic of getting your own website Company pages up and running!
Clients ask – that is new client prospects usually ask us right away, “so, how long will our SEO campaign take!” It seems that most prospective clients expect quick results in their first SEO campaign, and while we can provide that, it’s sometimes not so quick! Why not so quick is the question then….and as I’ve found there really is no one, exact answer as our experience shows it takes as long as it takes. And what do I mean by that?
Simple, really….if you want to know how long a new SEO campaign will take to get you rankings on say Google, then the answer is I don’t know without the answers to a few questions first.….and why don’t I know how long your SEO campaign will take right off the bat?
Well, I’ve found over the past 9 years of SEO work for a wide variety of clients in many various channels that any new SEO timeline “depends” on a host of factors, and not a one includes a calendar. Honest. Not a one…but here’s some points to ponder as a prospective new SEO client for any practitioner out there….ie you’ll need to be able to answer these questions to try to craft a campaign timeline.
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