The Pricing Algorithm for SEO for Startups

SEO Article Posted by Internet Marketing Speaker on 28-11-2006

My pricing algorithm for on site SEO services can make Google’s algorithm look simple. In fact, some clients have accused my SEO pricing of being a little capricious. Some SEO clients don’t want their competitors to know they have engaged a Search Optimization firm and they never talk to their competitors. However, there are some clients who do talk to their competitors and they have the audacity to actually talk price-How much did you pay for your on site SEO services? This is when our firm can get in a little public relations tizzy-so allow me to attempt to clarify the complexity of our pricing algorithm. Following are the states and countries where we have worked and have clients. For pricing purposes let’s assume the on site sessions were effective December 1, 2006:

Arizona-$2,5000
California_$2,500
Colorado-$2,500
Delaware-$3,500
Florida-$2,500
Georgia-$2,500
Hawaii-Including Kona & Maui-$2,500
Idaho-$3,500
Illinois-$3,500
Indiana-$3,500
Louisiana-$2,500
Maine-$3,500
Maryland-$2,500
Massachusetts-$3,500
Missouri-$3,500
Montana-$3,500
New Hampshire-$3,500
New Jersey-$3,500
New Mexico-$2,500
New York-$3,500
North Carolina-$2,500
North Dakota-$3,500
Ohio-$3,500
Oregon-$3,500
Rode Island-$3,500
Pennsylvania-$3,500
South Carolina-$2,500
South Dakota-$3,500
Tennessee-$2,500
Texas-$2,500…Texas in August-$4,000
Washington-$3,500
Washington, DC-$3,500
Canada-$3,500
Sweden-$3,500
Australia-$2,500

Just like Google updates its Algorithm, so do we-Around April 1st when the snow is starting to melt (and it quits raining) and the sun comes out again-our algorithm prices adjust accordingly. I hope this serves to clear up any confusion about pricing our SEO services in your area!

Steve Mertz
This Pricing Stuff is Complex 🙂

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