We don’t have a standard rate for all of the projects; there is no prepared price set. This is due to the fact that it can’t exist with a proper promotion — every project is unique. The estimate of the budget is connected to several factors. Let’s sort each one out.
SEO is an investment. We can’t say: “Allocate triple budget and the website will grow three times as fast”. We can complete more work (write content, improve the links). You should proceed from the possibilities. On average it’s reasonable to allocate 30% of all of the marketing budget to the SEO.
These factors affect the costs of promotion:
- Search engines penalties.
- Site’s age, quality of links mass.
WE WORK WIDTH AN OPEN BUDGET
Our clients can correct the costs rapidly because we use the budget as open as possible. We give few options of work of several copywriters: both with low and high prices and don’t conceal their contacts. You see how much and where we have spent the budget, you can choose the platforms by yourself.
With this kind of cooperation everyone wins and, first of all, clients, because they can freely see all of the changes in the work and see where every coin did go.
Open budget fits those who can and want to know the technical nuances. If you don’t have the time for it and you want to track the growth of traffic in the analytics, we will gladly deal with all the hassle and we will reasonably distribute the budget for content, links and other traffic sources and will offer the optimal solution.
SAVING UP WILL LEAD TO FAILURE
In order not to lay behind your competitors you constantly need to invest money into optimization and in order to overcome them, you need to invest several times more than they do. $ 100 per month “dosage” will make your site to lag behind. It’s difficult to work with low budgets: you can’t build a normal strategy, work with links in the volume needed and even to dedicate enough time for analyzing the project. Let’s calculate approximately that one 3000 symbol text can cost $4 and a link from $20. You need to add to this the time spent on communicating/consulting, posting the content and links. If you buy low-quality links and cheap content it’s a straight way to be filtered. And instead of developing you will need to constantly unban your resource. What to do if the budget is limited?
We recommend focusing on contextual ads and not on proper optimization. You shouldn’t forget that with a proper approach the costs are always covered. This is a long process with an accumulative effect but in about a year or couple of years they will pay off.