Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions 12

How Much Does it Cost?

It all depends on the size of your campaign, your competition levels, and the extent of what services you choose. Contact us for a free quote.

How long will it take to get top rankings?

When projecting the length of time for achieving search engine rankings, it’s important to consider various aspects, including domain age, competition level, current standings/efforts, site architecture, and a variety of other factors. While we can make some pretty good educated guesses, with so many different aspects contributing to search engine rankings, there is no definitive answer. While clients typically begin to see movement within the first few months (rank increases from page 5 to page 2, for example), substantial results (top of the first page nationally) can take upwards of 6 to 12 months, or more, depending on the level of competition.

 

Do you accept every client that contacts you?

We take on one project per location and category. For example, if you’re a cosmetic surgeon in Chicago, we will not take on another plastic surgeon in Chicago or any competitor targeting a location that our client is already targeting. We would consider that a violation of our ethical code and a conflict of interest for all parties involved.

We don’t work with:
– Adult or X-rated Content
– Get Rich Quick Projects

Where do users click the most?

It depends who you ask. If your site is poorly optimized and you are spending money on pay-per-click campaigns, you will obviously see most of your traffic coming from the sponsored listings. However, Google has reported several times in the recent past that search engine users overwhelmingly click on organic search results by a ratio of 94% to 6% over paid listings. While we can also help you make your pay-per-click campaigns more profitable, our optimization efforts to improve your rankings in the free listings is typically the better investment in the long run. We also strictly adhere to Google guidelines, including the practice of “earning” inbound links versus what Google refers to as link building schemes.