Spending thousands of pounds on SEO isn’t going to be an option for the majority of companies out there, and so search engine sales teams and SEO specialists have created content optimisation plans to suit every budget.20th July 2017 Simon Steed
Now that SEO is becoming standard practice for most websites, the question is no longer if you should do it, but how much of your budget should you spend on it?
Spending thousands of pounds on SEO isn’t going to be an option for the majority of companies out there, and so search engine sales teams and SEO specialists have created content optimisation plans to suit every budget.
Here’s a look at what your budget will get you on a monthly basis, bearing in mind that what you get for your budget depends largely on who you choose to do the SEO for you:
Yes, SEO can be costly, but not investing has the potential to cost you even more in the long run. If you have the budget for an annual wage you could hire an in-house SEO specialist, or alternatively, make use of an SEO agency with a proven track record of delivering results. Hiring a company can be cheaper because they’ll already have a number of clients and so are able to keep costs down, but this could also mean that as your website won’t be their sole focus you may need to wait your turn for any changes to be implemented.
not investing effectively in SEO has the potential to cost you even more in the long run
Therefore it comes down to choosing the best option for your business by weighing up the positives and negatives of in-house specialists VS an SEO company and deciding where’s best to spend your SEO budget.
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