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Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) May 18, 2013
How can a business owner effectively determine whether a proposal for low cost SEO services will provide strong results or become a failed investment?
In a time when there is a severe recession of trust between corporate executives and those who claim to provide affordable search engine optimization, a new guide from i4 Solutions embodies strong insights. There are a lot of methods to determine whether an Internet marketing company has the best interests of their clients in mind when they propose a solution. Unlike social media marketing, the work done to promote a website and increase rankings on various competitive keyword phrases is relatively unseen by the client. This model of ulterior production and long-term promises has many business owners wary, regardless of how the low cost SEO services and reporting are presented.
How does the new Internet marketing guide address these issues?
The team at i4 Solutions insists that any viable agreement to provide effective traffic to a website begins with a relationship of trust. Another major factor in this guide is the proper execution and use of social media marketing as a means to increase website traffic and keyword rankings. Their first red flag in the new guide are proposals that claim to offer affordable search engine optimization, but without a cap on the monthly expenditure for marketing services. “If a firm is promising to get you first page placement in the first thirty to sixty days,” said Brandon Anderson, Co-founder of i4 Solutions, “and they are not capping their proposal at any realistic dollar amount, then that is a good sign you are getting a profit-loaded proposal.”
What are the most important red flags for businesses to weed out?
For business executives who really want to maximize their results and have the true benefits of affordable search engine optimization, there is a small checklist of items that the guide recommends. Beyond promises of results that are filled with unrealistic expectations; even for savvy Internet marketing experts, there are factors such as: fluff keywords, low quality press releases, and black hat tactics. First, a business should ask to see results such as recent social media marketing campaigns that have ran and the stats that were produced by those campaigns. Further, the company who is providing the proposal should explain how their low cost SEO services will impact the business overall. This means that a major question should come up regarding: leads, phone calls, and sales volume. If an Internet marketing firm is not asking how many leads or phone calls need to be generated from the advertising, then they clearly have no interest in the potential results that could be derived for a client. For more information on the new guide or other important documents, please visit: http://www.i4.net