Growing your in-house database should be at the top of every marketers list. Why? When done correctly, it will house your most qualified and responsive prospects. Though organic list growth may take time and effort, you will definitely see a high return on your investment.

As a person providing seo services, I can tell you there is one area that is almost always a point of conflict with clients. This area has to do with communication, particularly from the client to the person or business handling the seo campaign.

Make sure that you create awareness about who you are and what your company does. It’s important to let people know who they’re getting this valuable information from. You should encourage users to take a step towards a relationship with your company by having them subscribe to your YouTube channel or company email newsletter (if you have one).

Oh my! You mean they lied to you? Shame on them. You take the time to select a product you nothing about, pick a web template you believe looks good and expect the money to be rolling in. Heck, they even promised to submit the site to the engines. Sure, maybe the site is not deigned to be search engine friendly. Sure, your site is held deep in their subdirectories with all the other ‘want to get rich quick’ clients, sure, you never need to do another thing to promote the site….and yet you still cannot be found. I am shocked, appalled even. But surely, they would not lie to you. Maybe you should buy more sites from them for other products you know nothing about and maybe one day, you will get found and make a sale.

Right now, the sem landscape has much in common with the wild west. Everywhere you look, there are untamed, unexplored markets, and newly discovered ways to monetize human desires and behavior. There are also plenty of snake oil sellers who profit on confusion, digital clutter and greed. Don’t be impressed by buzzwords and keep a grip on your wallet. But when you need to, pay up. Don’t waste money and resources by inventing the wheel on your own.

Both statements confirmed that low quality links will hurt your rankings. Sure enough quality links that share the same theme to your source can help you to rank well in search engine, but I doubt SEO Elite can help you to do that because it does not look into co-citation data.

Maybe it’s you. Maybe it’s them. Get the facts before you do anything. You definitely don’t want to be stuck with a firm that’s just sucking your money away and doing very little work for it. On the other hand, you don’t want to jump ship mid-way in what will turn out to be a substantially rewarding campaign just because things didn’t happen fast enough. Before you dump your SEO, make sure the problem isn’t you!