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When it comes to finding a good SEO reseller program, there are a few things you should bear in mind before handing over control of your online marketing to a third party. First, you want to make sure that the SEO reseller program in question has a history of producing real results for its clients. Secondly, you want to be absolutely sure that any SEO reseller program you are considering is completely ethical and above board in its business matters. An unethically run SEO reseller program can spell disaster for your company and your online reputation.
Going back to the first point again, ask for the hard numbers behind any SEO reseller program that you are considering. There should be a record of measurable progress and an increase in pageviews before and after a given SEO reseller program was implemented on a client site. Once you are satisfied with the track record, you need to vet any SEO reseller program under consideration for ethical standards.
Any SEO reseller program you consider should deal only and exclusively in white label or private label SEO tactics. These terms refer to ethical and legal means of boosting search engine rankings, which include submitting your site listings to search engines, optimizing relevant keywords, and using social media. However, using a black hat or black label SEO reseller program can spell trouble for your online reputation and your bottom line. These tactics refer to illegal methods of boosting pageviews like spamming, hiding text in the background design of a site, and choosing popular but irrelevant keywords. It should be noted that the sophisticated search engine algorithms employed by search engines around the world are remarkably good at finding and banning black hat users permanently within hours, so the risk is far from worth it. Good luck!
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.