Search Dot Com Challenges Other SEO Companies in the UK to Match Their Google First Page Promise

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An entirely new pricing structure has been introduced at Searchdotcom for its SEO clients and customers. The cost structure of SEO work will now be on a results driven basis that aims to provide the best value SEO in the UK.

Paul Lynch

We have introduced the changes in our pricing plan to offer our clients the best value SEO possible.

Paul Lynch the founder and CEO of Search Dot Com has challenged other SEO companies in the UK to match his unique promise to his clients. From Monday 23rd April full payment by customers will only need to be made once their website is on the first page of Google. The new pricing structure is the latest innovative measure from Paul one of the UK’s leading internet marketers.

Paul has said “We have introduced the changes in our pricing plan to offer our clients the best value SEO possible. We believe too many SEO companies in the UK offer poor value for money and use out dated methods.” He added “The recent changes in Panda caught many companies unaware and shows what a poor service they give to their customers”.

The recent update in March to the Google Panda algorithm sent shockwaves through the SEO industry. It is seen by many as an attempt by Google to level the playing field of search result placement. Many websites lost rankings because of the update and Paul has said on the subject “There will be a move away from spammy SEO techniques to content that adds value to the net”.

From the 23rd of April all clients of Search Dot Com will be able to benefit from Paul’s unique promise. He challenges other SEO companies in the UK to do the same.

About Search Dot Com ltd
The SEO Company Search Dot Com (formerly was founded by Paul Lynch in 2004. It offers a range of SEO services to companies of all sizes in the UK including link building, web design, copywriting and social media marketing. More information about the full range of services can be found at

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