I’ve been doing SEO for over a decade. Over that time, I’ve seen some SEO companies take advantage of small business owners under the guise of SEO.
The biggest problem: even though SEO seems like it should be free, there’s a lot that goes into an SEO campaign, to make it successful.
As a provider of search engine optimization services I’ve tried to come up with an inexpensive SEO product for small businesses. I couldn’t make it work.
That’s one of the reasons I created the Curious Ants SEO guide. This allows small business owners to do your own SEO. This is a great way to save money, grow your business, and learn SEO at the same time.
Yes, you can do your own SEO. If you follow the Curious Ants SEO game plan, you will find yourself doing your own SEO. This is because Curious Ants is not just a class on SEO, but directions you can follow for your own campaign. In this way, you learn SEO while doing it.
That’s hard to answer because the more time and effort you put into your DIY SEO campaign, the more you’ll get out of it. That being said, if you only put one hour a week into your search engine optimization campaign, you’ll still make progress and see a positive ROI on your time.
The goal of search engine optimization is to help you get more customers and grow your business. We’re not just trying to get you to “rank” for something- we want those people who find you to become paying customers. With that goal, SEO is worth it!
Eventually you might have to hire someone to help. Having started on Curious Ants, you’ll now be an educated buyer. You’ll know what a good SEO campaign takes and you’ll be able to hire the right person to help your business.
Of course, you could also hire someone in-house at your own company. Several small businesses have delegated these SEO tasks to someone on their marketing team or even an administrative assistant. They don’t need to have any prior experience to use Curious Ants effectively.
The easiest way to do your own SEO is by signing up for Curious Ants.
Get free access to the most important part of an SEO campaign (keyword research) while learning how Curious Ants works.