What can I expect in $5 to $10 per month

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Hello

I've been reading a lot and tried a few things to boost my site. My budget is limited hence I haven't spent a lot. My site is GadgTecs, technology website. Was mainly using fiverr etc (mixed results. mostly bad but some good). Recently got an email about an SEO site [side note: btw, how do they know we are looking for SEO etc.. I get emails in my gmail on things for what I am looking for those days... e.g I was looking for good sites that deliver food in my area and the next day or two I am getting emails about food delivery services].

Anyways, the site (https://blueseorank.com/checkout.html) offers SEO services from $5 (min) to $10 (max) per month!!

Has anyone used it? From the description (see link), what do you make of it? Worth a try? Now on Fiverr, I get on avg 50 backlinks in $5 (in a day. out of those 50 maybe 40 arent amazing) but this site's offer is tempting, esp the ones that offer alexa ranking increase as well as onsite seo.

Also, what do you think daily SEO means?

Regards

P.S sorry if I seem haphazard, but for the keywords I've been trying, the max I was able to reach using fiverr was #70 in google.. need something good but cheap
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike46
    Its very cheap. But you won't get the desired result.
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  • Profile picture of the author IM Nathan
    Usually you expect to pay a bit more for premium services. But it depends on the seller, reviews, etc.. do a little digging before you buy.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Pearl
    If you can possible to increase your budget and getting the quality backlinks would be great to your website's growth!
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  • Profile picture of the author madahason2
    So this is my take. If you have little money to spend but you need SEO. You can resort to content marketing if you have time. Learn the basics of content marketing and dive into it. In my view you get to kill two birds with the same stone if you do content marketing right. 1. by delivering excellent content, your first time visitors will be tempted to come back for more or you can even convert them to customers from the first time. 2. You can also use content marketing through social media to create awareness for your brand, to increase engagement and a lot more benefits. i believe in SEO but in 2016 i believe more in content marketing. If you are not doing it yet, try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author princetotem
    Originally Posted by hdaackda View Post

    Was mainly using fiverr etc (mixed results. mostly bad but some good).
    Fiverr is a risky area to look to improve your SEO. Search Engine Optimisation is a long-haul game and there are no quick-fixes. People like to advertise they can do anything quickly within a short period of time but it will lack on quality. The last thing you want is taking a chance and getting your site getting a back-handed slap by Google.



    Originally Posted by hdaackda View Post

    [side note: btw, how do they know we are looking for SEO etc.. I get emails in my gmail on things for what I am looking for those days... e.g I was looking for good sites that deliver food in my area and the next day or two I am getting emails about food delivery services].
    Advertising and marketing is clever these days. All of your website activity is being tracked by someone, whether it's your search engine or advertisers.

    It's quite interesting. http://www.digitaltrends.com/computi...-we-found-out/

    Originally Posted by hdaackda View Post

    Worth a try?
    I personally wouldn't go for it, simply put, I'd save up the $10 a month I'd be spending and put in the efforts myself. Once you learn the basics of SEO, you can optimise external content, which means, you can outsource your content writers.

    Here is Moz's beginners guide to SEO.
    https://moz.com/beginners-guide-to-seo

    Originally Posted by hdaackda View Post

    Also, what do you think daily SEO means?
    Daily SEO is very vague. That could be anything from working on internal link strategies, to editing a blog post, to keyword research.

    If you need any further help feel free to message me.
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  • Profile picture of the author wordsandthebees
    Originally Posted by hdaackda View Post

    Hello

    I've been reading a lot and tried a few things to boost my site. My budget is limited hence I haven't spent a lot. Was mainly using fiverr etc (mixed results. mostly bad but some good). Recently got an email about an SEO site [side note: btw, how do they know we are looking for SEO etc.. I get emails in my gmail on things for what I am looking for those days... e.g I was looking for good sites that deliver food in my area and the next day or two I am getting emails about food delivery services]. Anyways, the site (https://blueseorank.com/checkout.html) offers SEO services from $5 (min) to $10 (max) per month!!

    Has anyone used it? From the description (see link), what do you make of it? Worth a try? Now on Fiverr, I get on avg 50 backlinks in $5 (in a day. out of those 50 maybe 40 arent amazing) but this site's offer is tempting, esp the ones that offer alexa ranking increase as well as onsite seo.

    Also, what do you think daily SEO means?

    Regards

    P.S sorry if I seem haphazard, but for the keywords I've been trying, the max I was able to reach using fiverr was #70 in google.. need something good but cheap
    There are two types of SEO:

    White hat SEO and black hat SEO.

    White hat SEO is a genuine strategy surrounding the optimisation of your website taking into consideration key words, quality links and it really focuses on the human that's looking at your site.

    White hat SEO tactics are slow and steady in achieving their results but the results are a strong and reliable audience which continues to grow and remians loyal.

    Black hat SEO refers to aggressive SEO strategies which focus on robots and not humans. The tactics include key word stuffing, adding unrelated copy to websites and creating irrelevant back links from websites.

    Black hat SEO tactics get results fast and offer a fast, short term, financial return.

    My guess is that your Fiverr or targeted ads that are coming your way are employing the black hat variety of SEO and the first question I would ask before handing over your money is HOW they can get you results.

    Often people will see 'by using white hat SEO techniques' however ask them to break it down even further for you.

    The reason it's important for you not to engage with anyone who uses black hat SEO is because it can get you banned from Google. If they see anything that is designed for a robot and not for the human, you will be penalised and your site removed from the search engine

    Black hat SEO techniques, while unethical, are not illegal, but the consequences for you are dire. With SEO I believe wholly and solely that you get what you pay for so with a cost of as little as $5 a month, I can't see how this can be anything other than black hat.

    I'd love to know your results with this
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    You're just throwing five dollar bills in the trash.
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    • Profile picture of the author yourwork
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      You're just throwing five dollar bills in the trash.
      I completely agree.
      Some months ago, I ordered seo services (cheap!) from a similar site but I didn't improve my rankings at all.
      Then I tried fiverr, but I will not use them anymore for seo tasks.
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  • Profile picture of the author hdaackda
    Hey, thanks a lot everyone. As far as content is concerned, I think my content is good (or is it? see https://GadgTecs.com) and I don't outsource to content writers but do it myself. Its the marketing and SEO part I am not good with.

    I'll try the services from the above site (https://blueseorank.com/) and then will update this thread (after a month I guess?)
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  • Profile picture of the author ThomasHenry
    I've tried fiverr for SEO before, that is getting social bookmark links and to be honest, I don't like those. There is no effect at all. After that, I will never use fiverr for SEO services anymore. Fiverr is good if you are looking for low cost design, such as cover design, but for traffic, no thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex July
    Recently got an email about an SEO site [side note: btw, how do they know we are looking for SEO etc.. I get emails in my gmail on things for what I am looking for those days... e.g I was looking for good sites that deliver food in my area and the next day or two I am getting emails about food delivery services].
    Maybe, you got hacked?
    It's was spam.
    What you can do with $10, and what is a good solution as regards SEO, is to buy OnlyWire account. With it you'll be able to create 1000 social media links a month.
    Probably, it is the best solution for your budget.
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    • Profile picture of the author hdaackda
      Originally Posted by Alex July View Post

      Maybe, you got hacked?
      It's was spam.
      What you can do with $10, and what is a good solution as regards SEO, is to buy OnlyWire account. With it you'll be able to create 1000 social media links a month.
      Probably, it is the best solution for your budget.
      Thanks, didnt know OnlyWire existed... though I was using something close.. IFTTT but onlywire looks better

      Btw, I did also signup for a monthly package from the BlueSEORank company.. its just $5 and if its any good, will then move on the theh $10 package
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  • Profile picture of the author vovanfree
    Hi hdaackda, its like in the real world, what do you think you get for 5 to 10 bucks? Yes BS. Even on fiverr for such low bucks you get only trash. If you want to hurt your rankings and your website, then Go For It. If you want results then review the prices, and follow what all the guys here in the forum told you!
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    • Profile picture of the author danparks
      Originally Posted by vovanfree View Post

      Hi hdaackda, its like in the real world, what do you think you get for 5 to 10 bucks? Yes BS. Even on fiverr for such low bucks you get only trash. If you want to hurt your rankings and your website, then Go For It. If you want results then review the prices, and follow what all the guys here in the forum told you!
      What he said.

      Really, just stop.

      What on earth kind of service can you hope to get for $5 or $10? Maybe you can find someone to do a one-off, simple task like whip you up a simple logo graphic for that money. But you're hoping to pay someone a few bucks to do something businesses and people are investing great deals of time, money and effort into (trying to rank their website high in Google search results, to beat the thousands of other sites trying to accomplish the same thing). Has hope and wishful thinking replaced logic in this world?
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  • Profile picture of the author vovanfree
    Budget is too low. You should increase your budget for good results. If you can afford it, spend on High authority backlinks.
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