If you are interested in SEO, I'm afraid I can't help you. However, if you are interested in PPC, I can definitely help. To understand the differences between
SEO and PPC, see my article on
SEO versus PPC.
PPC is simply another form of advertising and it comes at a cost. In this case, the costs are incurred each time someone clicks on your ad and is delivered to your website. Then there are the fees I charge to build and maintain the campaign. I charge $100/hr and you pay for my services in advance in blocks of ten hours ($1,000). Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that you will have a positive return on your investment because there are just too many variables which I have no control over, most notably, your website. Have you ever heard the phrase "you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink"? Well, I lead the horse to water, but your website is what makes them drink!
Most of my clients have already tried creating their own Google AdWords campaign and discovered it was deceptively simple, yet devilishly complex. It required a lot more time than they realized and it was costing a lot more money in click charges than they thought it should. But they were determined to keep trying because this was a market
"channel" they needed to be in. When they considered the time I saved them and the increased efficiency of their campaign, they found it easy to justify my fee. If you would like some additional insight, check out the page titled Are we a good fit?
If you are the kind of person who likes to do it yourself,
please help yourself to the information on my website, especially the articles
you see in the footer section on every web page. I created these articles based
on years of interaction with AdWords users just like you.
However, if you don't want to spend the time and expense of learning PPC
on your own, give me a call
or fill out the form on my Contact page.
All I ask is that you have an active AdWords account and are serious about
hiring a professional.