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By: search engine marketing melbourne

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 09:42:04 +0000

I agree with you if a person feels that he can do it and he has confidence in himself he should definitely go with that option.so you doing this was pretty much on the field, but for a lawyer, to spend his time on something like seo which is not his field.Nice presentation!



By: JoyMontez

Tue, 09 Nov 2010 09:38:49 +0000

I learned a lot of SEO on blog post of reliable person and for me it helps. In-house SEO for me is okay.



By: Michael Martinez

Tue, 02 Nov 2010 23:56:56 +0000

I don't think one needs a huge portfolio of sites to learn good SEO skills at all. In fact, many people with large portfolios tend to be rather mediocre SEOs. They substitute volume for quality. Whether a business owner should do it for himself really depends on whether he can afford to find someone reliable to do it for him within his own budget. Time may be money, but we don't yet have a sompul to convert our time in to money. The practical decision often has to incorporate many compromises into its process.



By: Miles Carter

Mon, 01 Nov 2010 18:10:14 +0000

I think the biggest issue with doing your own SEO is that you are likely to have a very limited portfolio of sites on which to practice. No site has exactly the same SEO requirements and there is no single best strategy for SEO that can be deployed cookie-cutter style everywhere. For sure this can be done, but ROI witnessed would be much less than a tailored strategy to suit the market and setup of that site. An in-house SEO, unless they have many personal side projects, or their company has a number of microsites, will have limited exposure and it will find it difficult to best tailor SEO practices to the site under their control.



By: Payroll Taxes

Sat, 30 Oct 2010 20:32:16 +0000

Great information. I agree with you if a person feels that he can do it and he has confidence in himself he should definitely go with that option; but if he is not sure whether he will be able to do what ever he is planning then hiring some one to do it for him will be a better option.



By: Mike Moran

Sat, 30 Oct 2010 04:08:11 +0000

Said better than I did, there Directory. (Hope I can call you by your first name.) That is what it is about--is this worth your time? He'd probably be a fairly unsuccessful lawyer if it was.



By: Directory Sieve

Fri, 29 Oct 2010 19:14:20 +0000

Among other things, the most important question that one should ask himself is the ROI. Recently a doctor approached me with similar requirements and i told him that if he wanted to do all by himself, and by all i mostly mean seo here, then you should first know what the value of your time is. You invest time into seo and that time won't come from your leasure, you will be wasting/investing valuable work hours. Be practical when you make this decision because if you are someone important with professional skills, you should rather invest your time and energy into something that you are already good at. What i really suggested him was that he worked on the content aspect of his site, that way he will research his content which will get him better on and off site content and it will be helpful as this knowledge will help him with his patients and what ever he does in the medical field. Your case in this article is a bit different because you were already into marketing etc. so you doing this was pretty much on the field, but for a lawyer, to spend his time on something like seo which is not his field, is a more like trying to learn something that is quite alien. he should much rather try and focus in which he is good at, fighting cases in the court for example.