Archive for July, 2010
I am thinking about small SEO resellers today. I am wondering how in the world they are going to compete with the larger SEO firms – with all their resources and websites. It can be quite a problem.
So I was searching for tools that smaller SEO reseller firms could use to help them have the same arsenal as the big companies. I came by this post, which talks about this very issue and the need to form coops with other small firms to pool resources and end up with some really great seo tools. I also took a spin through some press releases and saw a cool one here, and another one at this website.
So there is data out there for you to chew on. But the important thing is that you get in touch with the scale this thing is operating at. There are 65,000,000 active domain names on the Internet. Think about that for a while. Think about the 10 spots on page 1 that you are competing for. It starts to sink in. This is a very very large network. And you have some well-motivated competition. Pooling ideas and resources together, while still maintaining your brand identity and customer relationships just might be the way to go. That’s where the SEO reseller model comes in. Check it out.
Do you ever surf around wondering where all the good companies are in the SEO business? It seems like each and every day people are moving into the business – and it’s not exactly for the better. I see a trend in the SEO reseller space where more and more people are moving in from the mortgage business. I guess this is an obvious move. These are brokers and the gravy train has run out in the housing marketing. Time for the next big thing.
And reselling SEO is certainly a big thing. No doubts about it. There is more and more of a market here every day. And more people want a piece of that marketing – to be sure. So brokers are arriving to build deals and move money… Is this bad? Probably not. It’s more natural. There will be good SEO resellers and some not so good seo resellers (not naming names). Why is that one good? Because they are honest. They are transparent. They do what they say they are going to do and they show you their work. Their billing practices are ethical. They contracts are straight forward, and they have over 15 years experience. See also here. And if you prefer video, watch this SEO Reseller video here.
So as you shop around the SEO field, you should be digging deeply into the backgrounds of the resellers you might work with. This is important as it is a predictor of how things will go in the future.