|Test the Water
|11 articles (10 response/answer posts and one staple post)
|SEO (search engine optimization)
|Custom graphics such as images, infographics, stats, and charts that attract backlinks naturally
|Google Analytics setup
|Google Search Console setup
|Create and submit sitemap to search engines like Google, Bing/Yahoo, and Yandex.
|3 Backlinks (minimum) from legit sites
|Fix any SEO errors
|30 articles (27 response posts and 3 staple posts)
|Core Web Vitals (passing guaranteed)
|11 Backlinks (minimum) from legit sites
|Everything in "Test the Water"
Any of these packages will help you get prospective visitors to your website. Having a website is only half of the game. If your target customers don't find your website for the services they seek, that's a big problem. And I have been helping businesses to get around this problem for nearly a decade.
Paid advertising can be an alternative to my service. But there are two main problems with paid advertising:
If you buy any of these packages, you will get traffic oganically. However, this is not an overnight traffic-increasing package. My process takes longer than many other agencies. But you will get significant results in 6/8 months. Also, this traffic will keep growing (in most cases) and never fall back to zero.
Most importantly, these are prospective traffic and not random visitors. They might be cold, top of the funnel, or anyone who needs your service to a certain extent.
So you will need less budget for advertising. After a year, you may not need to advertise at all.
This is how I save you money in the long run and drive potential customers to your website.
Lastly, aside from the seasonality, if you do SEO correctly and the content is high quality, your traffic will never get to zero. No matter if it's a hit by a core update or inflation.
I already explained how these packages could be helpful, and you can benefit from them. Now the question is, which one is the best for you?
If this is your first interaction with me, try the lowest package and see how things work. Otherwise, the larger packages are the better.