I have been reading in this forum a lot about SEO in your virtual tours and I saw several of you worried about delivering SEO features for your clients.
I have a contradiction here, personally, I think that the SEO features should not be something that you need to compromise in your services of virtual tour.
SEO is a “biiig” world and very difficult to achieve and take months to see any little results in the Google search. Often clients do not understand this and you can end up like you work is not good.
Achieve a good SEO on Virtual tour is really, really, really difficult and involve a lot of situations, tricks, and strategies to do it. SEO require constantly monitoring of your website. clients do not understand this.
My questions will be:
Why are you offering SEO in your virtual tour?
Are your trying to sell an additional value?
Do you really keep monitoring the SEO strategies of the sites?
Do you just sell the virtual tour and you later forget the site’s client?
I want to understand how you see and sell SEO features because in my opinion is not something that you should be doing with your virtual tours.
Sorry if I sound rough, was not my intention
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Very good questioning. Here in Brazil, I have only worried about SEO in my own site but in the products of the clients not yet. As they are generally embedded in their sites, I believe that this effort is unnecessary.
Simply put, it’s not a good idea to sell SEO services with virtual tours. If you do, there’s a good chance that you have no idea what SEO companies really do. I’m a firm believer that if you’re going to offer additional services, make sure you’re an expert at them too. That way, you’ll be able to maintain positive client relationships and keet the referrals coming in.
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