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SEO - You or Do You Hire Out?

Discussion in 'Webmasters' started by Mark, Sep 26, 2015.

  1. Mark

    Mark Member

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    We all know how important SEO is and keeping on top of it. It's a full time job all by itself. Do you do your own SEO for your sites or do you hire a firm or freelancer? If you hired out did they do a good job?

    Personally, I do all my own SEO for all of my sites. But I have control issues, and that's a whole other story. I've thought about hiring someone, but then I start reading stories and reviews and decide just to do it myself so things get done right.
     
  2. MLowe

    MLowe Member

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    I have always hired out.

    I have other things on my plate that I like to focus on. I know SEO is important, and I feel like my experience is limited so I would rather bring someone else in to do it for me. While I know enough to get by, I like being able to hire someone that I have worked with before that has delivered results.
     
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    SEO is very popular now, and it's crazy because people out there are paying people tons of money to do it for them. I personally don't know how to do it, but I'm thinking about learning. I think that it could come in handy.
     
  4. Spencer

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    I do SEO for a living, I run a small SEO agency that works locally in my country. It is a lot to learn at first but once you have built a couple websites and ranked them, it is very exiting and fun. There is also a great profit margin depending on how well you sell your services and what kind of clients you approach or get approached by.
     

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