what we do at Rock Star SEO
New WordPress powered website design
You tube & Vevo Video Marketing
Guaranteed to be on page one of Google Yahoo and Bing for multiple keywords and phrases
Mobile friendly website design
Retargeting and remarketing
Web pages that not only look good but also convert into sales online and offline
Management and content updates
Search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM)
Social media marketing account setups and optimizing
Social media content authoring and publication
Social media monitoring and engagement
Reputation and rating management for yelp Google etc
Blog writing, posting and marketing
Custom mobile web design
Extensive monthly stats and status reporting to prove ROI
One-on-one consulting and teaching so you can take the lead, via phone or in person depending on location.
Verified Alexa.com rank and analytics.
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We charge $60 USD per hour for our Web Design & SEO Services. If you want one-on-one consulting/web design and SEO training, then our price is $80 USD per hour. We are less expensive and a whole lot better than many companies that are charging much higher rates. We now need a 20 hour commitment from clients which can be spread over time.
We are now also offering monthly packages for the serious business or person only. We only have 3 spots we can fill up right now, due to a small and very focused team that understands the importance of keeping our work at a world class level.
3 spots available for a monthly bundle–> $3000 per month to hire Rock Star SEO for 20 hours a week (80 hours a month) of dedicated world class SEO SEM and Social Media Marketing work, this lowers our hourly rate by over $22 per hour. (that’s big savings)
Most firms will never ever actually show you how to do this stuff for yourself, but we will. We have been compared to the best of the best when it comes to how we train and teach.
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