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I think this topic which i am going to start, may be it is very simple and easy for you. But it is very difficult for me and i don't know about it because i am new in this field. My question is this what is seo report and how many things should i include it for the satisfaction of client.
#report #seo
  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    That would depend on the service you're selling. Link building reports obviously have a list of links or web properties. If you're providing a monthly service you probably need to list their SERP positions for the important keywords, and a list of activities going on. Or maybe it could be a list of suggested fixes that the client passes to their web developer.

    If you're talking about Fiverr caliber SEO reports they're from one of the automated tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author waheedahamd
    nettiapina,
    would you like to explain it more which u said ''Link building
    reports obviously have
    a list of links or web
    properties''
    how many types of links should i provide him? And from where should i collect links? And what is web property?
    I think this question is very simple for you but its very difficult for me due to new and other i am not student of IT, I am student of MBA.
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by waheedahamd View Post

      how many types of links should i provide him? And from where should i collect links? And what is web property?
      I think this question is very simple for you but its very difficult for me due to new and other i am not student of IT, I am student of MBA.
      There's no universal rule on how you should provide link building services, or what should the exact product be. Blog comments, articles, wikis, profile pages, sold links, etc... Usually would-be vendors describe the sites they've got access to (or are trying to spam). For example, I've know some who just do fake web 2.0 sites, and others who just sell links.

      I'm no expert on this, but I've seen several lists of links in a Excel file as the deliverable. So the client gets a list of the links to verify them himself. As a link builder you should know the links already.

      Are you saying that you've got no idea what kind of links to offer? Then you don't really need to write reports yet.

      I'm a BBA. It's got nothing to do with this stuff. Just ask the questions, no need for disclaimer in every message. My disclaimer: I'm not a link builder, and I don't much use these kind of services.
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  • Profile picture of the author Assignmentwriter
    You should read seo blogs more for this because you are newbie. no body tells you every thing you want to know from any one. read SEO: The Free Beginner’s Guide From Moz
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  • Profile picture of the author waheedahamd
    Assignmentwriter
    i have read it many time, but my question is just about report not initial working.
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  • Profile picture of the author GyuMan82
    If you do not know what an "SEO Report" is you should not have "Clients".
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  • Profile picture of the author seoace
    Some clients may not even want to know the links that you build in their report. They just want to see their rankings go up.

    It's best to ask your client what do they want to see in their seo report.

    More technical clients will want to see the backlinks and some even want to go into details and request for the anchor text on each backlink.

    Most clients will just want to see their keyword rankings in a graph or a table.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by oneseo View Post

      All clients care about is

      a. does my phone ring from the net (use a tracking number to show your work produces)
      b. do I get emails from my site (use a BCC in the email traps you put on your work for them)
      c. what terms am I on page 1 of the top 3 SE's for

      The rest is not of interest to 99% of SEO clients.

      Now how you manipulate stuff to get them to pop on page 1, or what sites you create to push them, etc. Is the art of SEO. Unless you control their site, most SEO gurus don't touch a clients site, it's all off site.

      We never touch a clients site, we have our own network of industry portals to promote any type of major business in any market we want, clients get squeeze pages for their city with our numbers and we pop them all day on the top SE's pretty quickly.

      You pop a client's site onto page 1, they stop paying, are you gonna remove all your off site work?

      And clients will drop you after you pop their site, if you keep the content on your own assets, they stay and pay.
      I don't see how you wouldn't touch a clients site, most (not all) of the sites I've dealt with needed major on-page help.

      I've lost count on sites I've advised on that started out with crazy stuff like noindex tags on pages they wanted ranked.

      You must have some techie clients.
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  • While it is good to have a lot of information on your SEO report, there are clients that simply want to know if their website is ranking well on SERPs. So I suggest that you need to base your SEO report from your client's preference. Also, as much as possible, you need to simplify your report- too much technical information will just confuses some clients. I hope that helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author Enuke
      What else you are doing in SEO activities show him clearly and show him the benefits of your work. In simple words show him all the things so he can satisfied with your work. Its up to you how you make him understand very well. how you impressed with your work. What you do when you met a girl. you become simple and trust worthy. :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author waheedahamd
    should i provide to these links?(Links posted of' blog comment, SB, directory submited? forum posting or the user name and password) gmail a/c and password?
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