SEO Companies and SEO experts are trying hard to promote their search engine optimization services via email and blog commenting. If they were SEO experts, why should they send me promotional emails regarding their search engine optimization services. SEO is a business. And business minded people are willing to pay more to rank their company’s website and hopefully will increase their sales because they know if their company website ranked #1 on Google, they will attract targeted visitors and eventually these website visitors will turn into customers.
I wonder why I always received search engine optimization offers from different SEO experts and SEO companies. Are my websites doing something wrong? I have 2 personal finance related websites namely InvestmentTotal.com and RetirementPlanningIQ.com, I am sure they are doing good. They are receiving organic traffic.
I know I need affordable SEO. I remember I posted in some of the Facebook groups and mentioned there that I am looking for cheap SEO. Maybe the members of the groups want to help me rank my websites and increase my website traffic. There’s nothing wrong with that. But how can they prove they are SEO Experts if they are just using emails and blog comments.
Take a Look of the Blog Comments About SEO Services
1. We can put your website on 1st page of Google to drive relevant traffic to your site. Let us know if you would be interested in getting detailed proposal. We can also schedule a call & will be pleased to explain our services in detail. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks!
Received on 2017/01/03 at 4:16 pm via Contact Page
2. Hi, We wanted to get in touch with you to increase traffic on your website. Please reply back and I’ll share with you the proposal, benefits and audit report of your website. Thank you
Received 2017/01/25 at 12:03 pm via Contact Page
3. Hi my name is Alison Hamilton and I just wanted to send you a quick note here instead of calling you. I came to your How to Change GMail Theme Background – Ask Gilb page and noticed you could have a lot more traffic. I have found that the key to running a popular website is making sure the visitors you are getting are interested in your subject matter. There is a company that you can get keyword targeted visitors from and they let you try the service for free for 7 days. I managed to get over 300 targeted visitors to day to my website.
Received on 2017/01/22 at 12:41 pm via AskGilb.com
SEO Experts Promote Search Engine Optimization Services via eMail
SEO Experts are using attractive subject lines in their emails. They use the subjects; customized proposal, 1st Page on Google, website Audit, Affordable SEO, cheap SEO for InvestmentTotal.com, SEO training and SEO course for small business, small business SEO consultants, ecommerce SEo, seo checker, seo audit and a lot more.
The worst thing is that these people used the subject free SEO. There is no such thing as FREE SEO. SEO is a very difficult task. From SEO auditing, on-page and off page optimization, link building to related sites and blogs, article submission, link building on forums, social media and web 2.0. Why should these people do it for free? What’s the catch?
Some email messages are offering to rank my website using SEO software. And the senders want me to convince by stating in his search engine optimization services are from SEO firm in USA. Duh?
In my opinion, the best SEO company or firm should not send email promotions nor leaving a comment telling the readers and the website or blog owner about his search engine optimization offers. The best SEO company and a real SEO experts usually ranked their own services on search engines. And they find clients via search engines.
What about you? Did you also received the same SEo offers from the not so real “SEO experts”? Share your story below.