White Label Opportunities (for [Local] SEO)

by rbowen
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Hi!

Can anyone refer me (hopefully based on personal experience (smile)) to a good, reliable and affordable SEO company - preferably one that does Local SEO - that does not require much, if any, up-front money or fees to get started working with them?

In other words, I'd like to pay them their fee(s) at the time that I refer my clients to them - and not have to pay them up-front, for some sort of set-up fee or registration fee or whatever.

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thnx,
Richard
#label #local #opportunities #seo #white
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  • Hi Richard,

    You can find someone in freelancing sites such as Upwork or Freelancer. You may build your own SEO team from these sites.

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author stanton
    seoreseller.com which I wasn't that impressed with when I looked a couple of years ago, but that may have changed

    posirank.com which I have used for the last 2 years with success

    thehoth.com which I have never used but they look very professional.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stan Ventures
    At Stan Ventures, we provide our customers with a full-service, white-label digital marketing and link building opportunities, readymade to be sold to agencies, along with managing and completing their SEO needs, content marketing, PPC and social media.
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  • Profile picture of the author Blakers1
    Originally Posted by rbowen View Post

    Hi!

    Can anyone refer me (hopefully based on personal experience (smile)) to a good, reliable and affordable SEO company - preferably one that does Local SEO - that does not require much, if any, up-front money or fees to get started working with them?

    In other words, I'd like to pay them their fee(s) at the time that I refer my clients to them - and not have to pay them up-front, for some sort of set-up fee or registration fee or whatever.

    I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thnx,
    Richard
    Richard,

    We've done SEO as a white label service for a few local agencies in the past, and I wouldn't mind entertaining the idea again. It gets a bit messy though from a management standpoint, so we prefer to just pay a flat 10% referral commission instead.

    If you're going to do white label right, you probably want to setup the freelancer or agency you partner with to be a part of your team. Give them a company email account and include them on your client meetings.

    Just make sure you test them out first before setting them loose on your accounts. I'd setup a simple site as a test project and see how they do on a site you don't care about first. There's quite a few people out there doing SEO like it's still 2010 and you want to avoid that on your client sites.
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  • I would probably refer you to mine which is very effective, But I doubt you'd believe it...
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    • Profile picture of the author rbowen
      Originally Posted by MidnightGambler View Post

      I would probably refer you to mine which is very effective, But I doubt you'd believe it...
      Well, if you gave me the link to yr site, I just might believe you.

      Richard
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  • SEOwerkz approached me last month and wanted to work with me.... offered a white label deal very similar to what you were wanting. Wanted me to work the Las Vegas area (where I lived)
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    • Profile picture of the author rbowen
      Originally Posted by SocialMediaOwls View Post

      SEOwerkz approached me last month and wanted to work with me.... offered a white label deal very similar to what you were wanting. Wanted me to work the Las Vegas area (where I lived)

      Thanks, but I'm just getting started - unlike you, I suspect - so I'm pretty sure they wouldn't be interested in working with me just yet.

      Richard
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