03 January 2013 13:45pm
I run a small publishing business based in Richmond, Surrey and am currently looking for an SEO consultant/freelancer.
Here's what I think we need;
- An assessment of our existing website/content
- Some achievable goals as an output of the assessment
- Some advice/guidance/consultancy on delivering those goals
We already have a digital agency that run our website, but I'm keen to find someone, perhaps local'ish, that might consider coming in to the office occasionally as well and building a rapport with the team - currently 8 people.
Would welcome any suggestions or contact from interested people/parties.
Owner at Digital Juggler
04 January 2013 10:12am
I run an e-commerce consultancy and provide SEO services to Clients. I'm based in Staines, so Richmond is just down the road, therefore being on-site at your office is easy for me.
I have delivered SEO projects for a range of e-commerce Clients, from building the SEO plan to delivering specialist elements like link building. I'm also experienced at working with other digital agencies to get projects delivered, so collaboration with your other business partners where relevant would be a key part of the services I provide.
I'd be happy to talk you through my experience, similar projects that I have delivered for other Clients etc and to get a better understanding of your needs.
Please drop me a line. You can find my contact details at http://digitaljuggler.com/contact-form/
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