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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by kentross09, Feb 12, 2012.
sorry guys i have been really busy, and no i didn't forget about it.
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I would also be interested in this, I get about 10 emails a day about SEO company offering me this service, If I can do this own my own it would be amazing.
You can absolutely do it on your own, but as with everything else DIY, it comes down to your Time vs. Dollar value proposition. What is your time really worth to you?
I try to do any household or vehicle project/repair the first time, whether it be installing a new window or replacing a solenoid in my Jeep's transmission, to see whether it's worth it for me, my time, and my wallet, to do it the second time around.
Things I've learned I will not pay someone to do:
Replacing a home's windows
Replace my Jeep's brake pads/rotors
Things I've learned I will pay someone to do:
Reseal my asphalt driveway
Change my Jeep's solenoid that's buried behind the valve body
If only every single person in the world would think like that, it would be so much easier for me lol
Go to fiverr.com and hire people for $5 to build links for you. You can pay someone $5 to create a promotional video for you company and someone else another $5 to post the video to 30 video sharing sites. Buy 5000 auto approve blog links, link wheels for - you got it $5! Hire another person who is offering social bookmarks.
Pick the phrases you want to rank for and buy a variety of link building services to each keyword. Some services you might see a change in your keyword position overnight, maybe in a few days, other times a change might take 6 weeks.
You have to test what works for you!
If you don't test you don't have to worry about business from the internet.
Start with two gigs a week to the keyword phrases you want to rank. $10
If you find a decent provider you could share the provider to others so you don't waste to much money.
Now if you are trying to be number 1 on Google for say "Landscaping New York City" forget it, you won't make it buying services from fiverr.
Now you have your own advertising/marketing department.
Go buy some gigs, get your keywords ranked for this spring and make some money.
Too funny, JFGauvreau. I hadn't even noticed the business you're in when I wrote that.
Quality Links = Good
Links for the sake of links = SERP plunge and a waste of five dollar bills
Shortcuts aren't really worth it in the long term, folks.
So no information on getting on the first page yet eh?