You’ve been told “SEO is an ongoing process” to sell you on a long term contract so they can collect checks on autopilot. Does SEO require ongoing effort? Absolutely. However most of the work done during an SEO campaign is a 1 time action. Most the time is front loaded, meaning 80% is completed within the first 30 days.
The truth is once you lay the right foundation, it’s really just a matter of developing new content and acquiring links. You shouldn’t have to pay a fat retainer every month. That’s why we developed our SEO Sprint Methodology. We batch work in short “Sprints” that combines our proprietary technology with the careful attention of SEO experts.
Our Sprints complete 12 in weeks what a traditional agencies accomplishes in 12 months. Faster work means faster results. Our clients see results faster, because we’re focused on completing work that actually moves the needle. Stop paying for SEO work you don’t need, partner with an agency that’s incentivized by results, not retainers.
The SEO Blueprint was originally written in 2017 as a means to document our internal processes. A PDF version of the book was leaked, creating a mini viral demand for a more polished, print copy of the book.
We took the next 2 years to develop the book – flushing out case studies, putting together free templates and collecting past client stories to round out the book.
The SEO Blueprint officially launched in January of 2020 and immediately rose to the #1 best seller on Amazon in the marketing category. You can check read the reviews and grab a copy for yourself on Amazon.
Everything we know about marketing, we publish for free on our YouTube Channel. We practice what we preach.
Our systems are so good, thousands of agencies across the world have paid to learn them (6,000+ and counting).
Our work landed on the Moz "best of" list for 2016 and 2017.
Our book, The SEO Blueprint, is a #1 best seller on Amazon.
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