My friend told me that optimization is a huge expense and probably wouldn’t be worth it. Is this going to cost a fortune? And would I get a lot of bus
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- 13 Mar 2009
Q: My friend told me that optimization is a huge expense and probably wouldn’t be worth it. Is this going to cost a fortune? And would I get a lot of business from it?
A: As you know, any kind of advertising is expensive, but I believe web advertising and search engine optimization is the least expensive form of all. Why? Because you are not wasting money advertising to people who aren’t interested in your product, like you would be in the yellow pages, snail mail, or newspaper.
SEO (search engine optimization) brings you only TARGETED traffic who want what you offer. And the best part is that it’s available to an unlimited number of people! Newspapers & yellow pages have limited distribution, and the internet offers the whole world an entry through your door.
We work with small businesses and tailor the packages to work within their budget. Typically our start up fees are between $500-$1000, and our hourly fee is $50. Even a little bit of optimization will bring more traffic to your website. As you know, sales is a numbers game – the more who come through the more you capture.
If you’d like to see what SEO can do for you Cal Coast would be a good fit. Most optimization companies sell yearly packages (w/contracts) upward of 20K, but we don’t lock our clients into any contracts – it’s a month to month thing.
We provide you reports so you can see how you’re doing, and if you don’t feel the money is worth it you may cancel at any time.