I have been working in SEO for over 7 years now and in that time I have had the opportunity to work with and discuss SEO services with many small business owners with limited budgets for investing in search engine optimisation. Many of them have invested £300 – £600 to find that the basics have not been covered and in effect they have been paying for a ranking report and some title tag optimisation.
This has always been a frustration of mine and with every client I have worked with I have always stressed the importance of link building and educated the client with regards to real ranking factors. Working with small businesses is a lot different to working with brand clients, both in terms of budget and in strategy.
As of today I am pleased to announce that myself and Branded3 have teamed together to create Baby SEO, it’s a company dedicated to delivering results based on smaller budgets and being absolutely transparent in terms of the work we do. As a consultant I have worked with many small businesses and have worked out efficient ways of delivering results based on smaller budgets.
Today is the official launch, however over the last month or two we have gained new clients and have a small business SEO Team in place. Packages range from £300 – £1500 per month, giving any business an opportunity to progress their SEO work. If you have friends or clients that you think would benefit from this we are currently offering a 20% referral fees and also offer a white label option, perfect if you’re a web designer or developer wanting to offer your client base genuine SEO services.
Please get in touch if you would like to know more about the service.
Author: Tim (294 Articles)
Tim Grice is the owner and editor of SEO wizz and has been involved in the search engine marketing industry for over 7 years. He has worked with multiple businesses across many verticals, creating and implementing search marketing strategies for companies in the UK, US and across Europe. Tim is also the Head of Search at Branded3, an SEO agency in Leeds.