Why do people pay for SEO when it can be done by you?
Although SEO is time consuming, all knowledge of how to do it can be found on the world wide web and books, with this in mind, we the public, still turn to SEOagencies for this service, why?
Let me tell you with an example -
You spend one hour on your work and you earn $40 and you spend one hour on your SEO work and you save $10.
So which one is the good deal ?
Ofcourse earn $40 and outsource SEO work for $10 and save $30.
Because not everybody is an expert and it takes a lot of time to do.
It is not easy to do SEO by referring online resources, as it needs some kind of expertise and experience. There are a lot of guys who might be specialised in various aspects of SEO activities and this cannot be achieved overnight..
What the others said. Most business owners already work round the clock running their business. They just haven't the time to learn SEO and then implement it.
Not such a bad thing really, keeps me in a job.
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