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Frequently Asked Questions About SEO Consultants

When you’re planning to hire SEO consultants, it is only fair that you ask them questions that can help you decide which amongst them you’ll hire. Here are a few questions you can ask your prospects:

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  • Can I get the list of your previous or current clients?

One of the best ways to assess whether they are performing well is seeing the list of their past and present customers. Most companies, especially those reputable ones, would be more than happy to give this list of information to their possible clients. If it’s a list of renowned companies, it would be a splendid idea to do business with them. If you want, you can work on your own research and assess it yourself.

  • How will you help me improve my rankings?

They should be able to provide you with a solid plan, as to how they can help you achieve your goals. Although, for some SEO consultants, they may ask you some questions a few days before they present to you the plan. Different businesses have different strategies so they can’t provide you with their plan right away.

  • Can you ensure that my business will be on top of Google, Yahoo or Bing?

If the SEO consultants say yes, then you better turn down their business and look for another company to do business with. There is no guarantee that your business will be on top of search engines, right away. It will take a couple of weeks for Google to crawl the links that they will do. It is better that they will provide an answer that is plausible rather than promised an impossible thing.

  • Will you share with me changes you make on my site?

SEO will require many changes to your web page coding. It is imperative that you know any changes they made on your website. If you want them to ask you permission before performing any changes on your website, better let them know beforehand.

It is important that you hire a professional SEO consultant that can provide you with a quality service. Access these companies first before deciding whom to appoint the job.