I have a meeting in a few hours and it's my first meeting ever! I'll be offering marketing services to a yes, *gasp* dentist... if all goes well with the meeting.
If not, it'll be a great practice session
Either way, I thought I knew about pricing but I apparently don't know crap. First, let me give details on what I'd be working on:
-I'd be giving his business exposure through video marketing, reputation management and an exact match domain for several keywords (mixed).
dentist city state
Now, I'll shed the light on the city since that can majorly help with pricing. I'm in San Diego.
I guess with this being my first meeting ever, I'm supremely nervous. He already left a message saying his current SEO company hasn't paid off at all and that he was impressed with the video I had sent him. Brownie points.
I don't want to under-quote him. This is a service I'm offering and I'd like to take on medium-sized clients. (For me, that would be $3k-$5k/month... definitely at least $1k a month).
I do understand he's my first client. I'm realistic. I want to charge enough where it's all worth it and have the type of clients that can afford these services.
So what do some of the more experience Warriors have to say? I do plan on asking questions regarding his current/former SEO company and what budget he has. I'm just not sure how straightforward he'll be.
New Question: Is there a way to track calls coming in from my marketing efforts? How do you do this for your offline clients?