China Watch Blog has picked up this SEO Advice for New Sites and Startups from netapplications.com.
In its latest newsletter, it says that the goal of any business is to make money, and the only way to make money is to get clients/customers.
“For my Boston SEO company, getting clients means doing a lot of upfront work to find, cultivate and close the deal with a great lead. But for every great lead that comes down the pipeline, I have to sort through at least a dozen bad ones. My business has reached the point where I don’t have to take on every potential client that comes my way. I can afford to be a little picky, and I strive to work with clients that I know I can help. If I think that my company is not the SEO firm for you, I’m not afraid to say so.
“After 12 years in the search marketing industry, I have found that most of the “bad” SEO clients are startups and new site owners. It usually has nothing to do with the personality of people running the sites, or even the sites themselves. More often than not it has to deal with their expectations. One of the most important things to remember is that SEO is long-term! What you do know may not have an immediate effect on your site, but it will resonate for years to come,” says netapplications.com.
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