Looking for input as to whether or not my offline SEO pricing is too low/too high/or pretty good for the services I offer. Here is a sample:
My goal was to try and duplicate Apple's successful pricing models with their products: buying more is justified in the little extra cost. That's what I was aiming for anyways...I don't know if I hit it or not.
Anyways, I recently got my first official client and used this as my reference point for pricing and I got my asking price...but I was wondering if this model should be manipulated based on the businesses I present my services to or not (lower for local plumbers/roofer, higher for medical profressionals, ect)
Any input is appreciated!
Basic SEO/ MAP SEO services
- 1 local keyword (Charleston, SC paitner) on first page of google for organic results - 600.00 and 99.00/month maintain.
- 1 local keyword on first page of google organic results in the top 5 results - 1,000 and 129/month
- 1 local keyword in the 7 "box...now changed some, same concept" - 1,000 and 129/month
- 2 keywords-- 10% off total price and monthly fee
- 3+ keywords--15% off total price and monthly fee
- Create a simple video and rank it on page 1 for local keyword--1,250 and 99/month
- 1 Keyword for top 5 organic results, in "7 box" for maps, and SEO Video creation and ranking -- 2600 and 285/month (20% off)
- 2 keyword for top 5 organic results, in "7 box" for maps, and SEO video creation (would be 2 videos made) and ranking -- 4899 and 535/month (25% off)
- Local SEO Domination: 40% off cost of original service plus monthly cost for 3 or more keywords for top 5 organic results, in "7 box" for maps, and SEO video creation and ranking (each keyword is a new video created)