- Feb 25, 2014
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I'd rather not spend my time convincing someone why they need SEO and work with those that already know the term and have an idea on how it works. We do quite a bit of work as an extension of the marketing arm of a business. They already have their own marketing, but just need SEO help.Can you tell me why you don't like selling on why someone needs your services please?
If I have to sell someone on why they *need* SEO above all else, they're not going to like our price when I drop that on them
This has been a huge selling point for us over the past 10 years or so. We had a personable website, changed it to look more agency/corporate for about 18 months and honestly, we didn't like the type of client we were attracting. We changed the website to focus on just myself and Kim (husband & wife) and that brought us back to a level we liked. Sure we were no longer contacted by Union Pacific or the local colleges, but they're not our target client either. Good money, but the wrong environment (for us).Yes I like the "we are not an Agency" idea so I clearly state that.
To clarify you mean, I can copy and rewrite the content on your Contact page?
If you can rewrite it as your own story, then sure, have at it. You'll likely find yourself having to do a lot of rewriting, but if it's a starting point for you, feel free to take what you need.