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Great too see an Aussie community of.......ummm, designers, web builders, encoders not sure what you fine folk are. But I am hoping you can answer a quick question for me....
Just got a large proposal for webdesign etc for a coming startup. What would the following item suggest is going to be provided in way of SEO? I get the first part, and understand SEO (a little).
"Website /HTML/CSS development/production - ""including content register & SEO"""
Thanks a squillion for ay assistance. Cheers, Luds
This has some good basic points for on-page seo:
Thanks Dave and Bjarni, I really appreciate the help. But, I probably worded the questions badly. I have read a lot of SEO material to learn what it was....not so much how to do it.
Basically, does that "including content register - and SEO" mean, the design/building company will provide some SEO work, like keywords, ALT tag etc to give us some search-ability.
They are very very reluctant to discuss exactly what that quoted item means for us.....It is a $60K quote with that part being $7K....
Thanks again, I owe two beers...Luds
If you're not experienced working on SEO you're going to need to get a clear description of what the client's expectations are, otherwise this job could bite you in all sorts of bad places. I'd recommend get clarification or don't take the job.
You definitely need to get a full description of what they want for that figure, whether it be SEO or anything else.
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