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Post  jullysan on Wed Jan 12, 2011 12:47 pm

If you're a small business looking to help your business grow, search engine optimisation is something that's important. And, you need to do more than a one-time SEO campaign. It's an ongoing cost that should be factored into your marketing and advertising budget. Don't be dismayed, though. It's something that can provide an amazing return on your investment! Here are some tips for setting an SEO budget for your business for the next year:SEO Budget

1. Shop around. You don't want to deal with just the lowest cost SEO provider, though. You're looking at value-add, at reputation, pricing, and focus. Going with someone local might be a great way to save money and get someone who understands your business, for instance. Look for value-add and the ability to offer a diverse SEO strategy so you can weather changes in algorithms and aggressive competition.

2. Go local. If you're a small business in Perth, for instance, look for a company that focuses on small business SEO for the Perth area. This is probably going to be much better-priced than a large national company and may help you focus on your geographical area more aggressively.

3. Plan for maintenance as well as for your initial costs. The initial SEO campaign could be more expensive than your ongoing costs, especially if you've never had a campaign in the past and your website needs a lot of re-work.

4. Plan ahead. If you have an upcoming product launch or special promotion, factor in extra costs for that. There could be great benefit in revving up your efforts to spread the word on a promotion or an announcement that gets the attention of your customers and prospects. Your SEO company could do various things for you, including: ongoing press releases, optimised content, e-mail marketing, blog posts, video marketing, etc.

5. Give wiggle room on your pay per click campaigns. Whether you focus primarily on organic SEO or do a bit of organic plus sponsored ads, you have no way of knowing how costs could change in a few months. If you're budgeting for SEO for the next 365 days now, consider the fact that keyword bidding rates could vary month to month and your traffic levels and income could also vary.

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Re: 5 Tips for Setting Your SEO Budget?

Post  jackkback on Wed Feb 23, 2011 5:16 pm

If you're a small business help your business grow, search engine optimization are very important. Also, you need to do more than one-time SEO campaign. This is an ongoing costs should be included in your marketing and advertising budgets.
There are five tips to setting Your SEO Budget?

1. Shop around.
2. Go local.
3. Plan for maintenance as well as for your initial costs.
4. Plan ahead.
5. Give wiggle room on your pay per click campaigns.

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