Every organic SEO campaign is different but there are certain indicators that determine how competitive each industry or a set of search phrases is. This enables me to come up with different SEO cost levels. Having an adequate budget to work with ensures the effectiveness of the SEO campaign and faster results.
Every SEO project is individually assessed based on the following factors:
– Competitiveness of chosen keywords on search engines
– Current rankings of the website on search engines
– The quality of your website’s backlinks
– Uniqueness of your content
– Your website’s user friendliness interface
After working with you to figure out a potential list of targeted keywords, I’ll give you a budgeted range. The reasoning behind this is that you will determine the initial level of investment into SEO strategies and marketing. We’ll work together to determine your goals and settle on a budget that we are both comfortable with. For example, that might be a small job to improve on-site coding which is £25 per hour, to regular medium size assignment as those for social media marketing which starts at £200/month, while larger jobs may get a range of £450-£900/month.
After one month of working together, we can re-evaluate the budget after getting excited about the ranking improvements that have been made until now. Most of our business partners start with a smaller budget though and then it grows substantially over time.
The overall budget determines how the visibility on search engines improves for your websites(s); the higher the budget the more time we can devote to internet marketing. More competitive keywords require larger budgets, as the projects with a higher amount of targeted competitive keywords.
For one-off services like site audits, website inside (on-page) analytics, SEO consulting and keyword research, the hourly rate of £25 applies.