How Much Would you Charge to Optimize 500 URLs E-Commerce Site?

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Hi there,

I'm dealing with a person's e-commerce store at the moment and all of their urls (around 500) are not optimized.

So I'm pitching to them at the moment the need to optimize all of these urls for the long term.

The good thing is all of the keyword research has been completed for the site.

So my questions:
1) How much would you charge to optimize all 500 urls?
2) How much would you charge to optimize the meta tags for all 500?

Looking forward to your feedback!
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  • 500 URLS? Each url at least $20 is what I would personally charge, so $20x500 = $10,000 but give them a nice discount of $2 or $3k off if you want the sale.

    That's good easy money there!
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    • Profile picture of the author BethOconnell
      Originally Posted by TheBacklinkProdigy View Post

      500 URLS? Each url at least $20 is what I would personally charge, so $20x500 = $10,000 but give them a nice discount of $2 or $3k off if you want the sale.

      That's good easy money there!
      $10,000 - that seems crazy to be honest but each to their own I guess. Yes, 2 or 3k seems more realistic.

      Does anybody else have some more thoughts on this in regards to pricing?

      Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyber Rankings
    Do they wan't each site backlinked or is it just on-page SEO?

    If they want each URL fully seo'd on-page and off-page I would charge more than $10,000 a month. This is a business at the end of the day, Just sit an think how much work that really is. Think how long it can take to rank just 1 URL, think of all the work involved, how much outsourcing it requires,how many hours it takes and then times that by 500
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Mason
    You are leaving out one very important part- how much money are they making from this e-commerce site? If it is a big site but isn't making them any money then it would be ridiculous to charge $10,000!

    However, if they are making hundreds of sales each day then they might take that price. Try to think of something reasonable. For example, if you just charged $5 to fix each url, that would be a total of $2,500. But again it all depends on how much they are making, and how much your changes will affect their bottom line.
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  • Profile picture of the author BrandonToday
    You also have to think of the authority of the website. If it's a huge e-commerce website, then offer a price that sounds reasonable. I would say 2000$ for on page optimizing, maybe 4k for off.
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