Affordable SEO Services
3B Digital provide affordable SEO services for small businesses and multinational websites alike. An affordable SEO service is one which is considered to bring in a return on investment in the long run, meaning that you pay for the service out of the increased business it brings in for you. SEO (or search engine optimisation) is second nature to us as we have been creating websites with search engine technologies in mind since 1998.
Finding affordable SEO services
The trick with SEO is to think about every hour spent now as an investment which will pay incremental dividends to your business every hour of every day after the fact.
The important thing to know when going in is what you are willing to spend, and what you'd like to see as a return on your investment. If it is increased conversions such as inbound calls and enquiries - measure that before and after. If it's unique visitors to your website, then measure that!
Are these part of an affordable SEO service?
Spending £1000 on an SEO audit?
Yes - if the SEO audit leads to a consistent effort to tackle the problems raised in the audit, and the suggested tasks are in line with Google's best practice.
Spending £1000 a month on SEO optimisation work?
As a rule of thumb, you should be spending 2% of your revenue on SEO services. If your business turns over £600,000 per year, then £1,000 a month on SEO work would be a suitable sustainable investment for you.
Paying someone a £10,000 lump sum to guarantee a Page 1 result on Google Search Engine Results pages?
Anyone who promises you Page 1 results is promising the moon. It's possible that being on Page 1 is worth £10,000 to you, although it is really very important to know how they intent to get you there. If it's through underhand or 'Black Hat SEO' tactics then it should be avoided entirely.
If someone has contacted you and promised you impressive SEO rankings, you may want to contact us for an impartial opinion on whether they seem to be a reputable firm using industry approved methods or not.