Wednesday, March 20, 2013

If an SEO Agency's Promises Sound too Good to be True...

Anybody who works in an SEO agency or who owns their own business or website has probably been inundated with emails from off shore SEOs offering you the moon on a stick and organic presence nirvana for very little money and in very little time. Those promises sometimes seem a little too good to be true, don't they?

If you take Google's advice, you'll proceed with caution when it comes to using agencies who claim to offer guarantees in SEO. But it doesn't stop providers of this nature sending emails and making phone calls in huge volumes.

This infospamic is just a bit of fun, mocking some of the low quality services spamming business owners. But nonetheless, it's a tongue in cheek warning as well about using agencies claiming to offer something that sounds too good to be true in a rather short time frame and making claims of guarantees. If it sounds too good to be true, well... you know the rest.

This infospamic was the brain child of the Digital Marketing Team at Tecmark, inspired by their junk mail folders.