Search Engine Optimization Services: SEO Pricing
When you research SEO rates and request a quote, you want to know what you’re getting before selecting an Internet marketing partner. In 2019, AdMen’s SEO prices include:
- The expertise of a team of Internet marketers with 17 years SEO experience and 500+ client accounts to date.
- Access to industry-leading optimization processes, SEO tools, products, services.
- Affordable, competitive SEO pricing.
- An SEO campaign backed by AdMen’s proven track record and success.
What does SEO Cost in 2019?
Credo Study 2015: What Are Average SEO Consultant Rates?
On average, agencies charge $1,461.15 for a monthly retainer and consultants charge $887.50. Agencies charge on average $203.08 per hour while individual consultants charge $138.25. The median breakdown is fairly similar. The overall median hourly rate on Credo is $150.00.
Opportunity Cost – No SEO
The cost of paying for every click is often a primary driver to investigating SEO.
SEO Pricing Packages
Check out the table below for our standard SEO pricing packages. If you require a specific type of SEO – Local SEO, Enterprise SEO, or E-commerce SEO – click on the corresponding button to view specific pricing packages
- SEO Audit (Onsite, Offsite)
- Website Audit
- Link Building
- Google Penalty Audit
- Citation Audit
- Citations Building & Duplicate Cleanup
- Content & Copy
- Google Penalty Recovery
- Local SEO
- Standard SEO
- E-Commerce SEO
- Enterprise SEO
- SEO Consultants
- SEO Plans & Pricing
- Responsive Website Design
- Keyword Research
- Audience Development
Our Process – Learn, Build, Measure
- Audits (website, IA & content, conversion, ranking & traffic)
- Keyword Research
- Onsite Optimization
- Link Building
- Usability – UX
- Calls, Revenue, ROAS, CPA
- Conversion Optimization
- Relevance refers to how well a local listing matches what someone is searching for. Adding complete and detailed business information can help Google better understand your business and match your listing to relevant searches.
- Prominence refers to how well-known a business is. Some places are more prominent in the offline world, and search results try to reflect this in local ranking. For example, famous museums, landmark hotels, or well-known store brands that are familiar to many people are also likely to be prominent in local search results.
- Prominence is also based on information that Google has about a business from across the web (like links, articles, and directories). Google review count and score are factored into local search ranking: more reviews and positive ratings will probably improve a business’s local ranking. Your position in web results is also a factor, so SEO best practices also apply to local search optimization.
- Becoming an authority on a given subject is hard. It takes consistency, focus, and great content to earn shares, links, and mentions. It takes a great website. It takes great outreach. It takes good people.
- Just like it sounds–how far is each potential search result from the location term used in a search? If a user doesn’t specify a location in their search, Google will calculate distance based on what’s known about their location.
- Distance is a factor which we cannot control, location of business, distance from search. However, we do use our knowledge about local/location ranking factors when implementing strategy. For example “near me” searches have increased by (X)%. Our strategies consider optimization for this and other distance nuances.
- The point of SEO is to find qualified leads, generate sales, and drive down conversion costs across all channels. We do not to target 1st page placement for vanity keywords.
- We measure conversions and sales not rankings, clicks or vanity KPI’s