Is that too broad of a question? Some programmers advertise SEO into the cost of developing a website, and then don't add any extra costs monthly.. does that mean they're really not doing anything for my website once its "complete"?
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Edited by CamTheMan, 18 April 2008 - 07:04 PM.
Edited by sari, 26 January 2010 - 08:34 AM.
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Some programmers advertise SEO into the cost of developing a website, and then don't add any extra costs monthly.. does that mean they're really not doing anything for my website once its "complete"?
Edited by Steve_gts, 03 August 2010 - 10:44 AM.
SEO cost depends on your targeted keyword and the location means where you target your keyword ad a local area or whole country or specific city. SEO is a long-term process not same as a developing so it's not decided it generally.
It really depends. There are lots of aspects which affect SEO price: how much work needs to be done to the site, to the offpage, how popular is your target keyword etc. So there is no exact answer to this.
That is a very broad question. And I'd personally hate to absolutely guarantee any results that place you at the top. Some markets are extremely tough, and a site among them might have a dedicated staff working toward the effort. Likewise, the site in question and the company it represents may not legitimately have what it takes, at which point other measures must be used.
Anyhow, I'd like to see your current site.
I view SEO as a living tool that should coexist with any bona fide online operation. It can be implimented into the development of a site, but fine tuning must be made to meet the exact objective. Likewise, the site must evolve to adapt to the changing market and objective.
Just guessing, though, I would say that a quick SEO job on a very small site might be $100. While numerous modifications can be made to modify text links and other such items, there also comes a time when copy writing must be enlisted. Of course, this will add to the end cost.
As you are told in the upper menssage, the SEO its not a closed value. It depends on the kind of website that you are trying to make go up on the search results. Because of that it is gonna be cheaper or more expensive. Also, SEO can change prices depending on that from 200$ going to 2000$ for big companies.
I will recomend you to find a person that can have a look at your project and estimate more or less the time and resources you have to move to get it ready.
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