This article is a follow up on do seo firms actually know what they are doing or not
After setting up one of the study members up with a PEPS account, it was time for them to jump to work. What the study member then did was, they compiled a list of general questions that a business owner who was new to the world of SEO would want to ask. They targeted a number of SEO firms for advise, but they were keeping in mind that the questions would need to be answered in a way to determine whether the methods in which the SEO firms would answer their questions was being answered in and ethical or unethical manner. This as also to determine the knowledge of the Search Engine Optimization Corporation. Once they sat the benchmarks for the questions they could email the said questions to the SEO firms that were being tested. The questions looked some things as follows
- Are there any areas that you can see for some quick improvement? And are we doing some thing that might put us at risk or be dangerous to our page ranking?
- There has been a lot of talk around the subject of the “Panda and Penguin” penalties relating to Google. Can you explain what this is? Can you explain what the penalties are? Are we at risk of these said penalties? How are you able to tell whether or not we have been effected by these penalties?
- What is better, a .com domain or a .org domain? What is the difference between them and which one works more effectively?
- If I am getting a lot of email with people offering us to buy links or exchanging links should I take this opportunity? If not then why? And how can this help me?
The study member then decided what agencies they wanted to email by doing a search engine search for the words, SEO firm, SEO company, and SEO services. They then send out the email to those SEO firms.
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