Got Questions?

We have tried to make our website as clear and transparent as possible. However, we may not have covered everything you need to know or you may have missed something. Below is a list of our most frequently asked questions which we will keep updated.

1What Is DIY SEO?

Customers are given access to their client area which gives access to the same tools many SEO agencies use. This process is backed up with technical support from our experienced SEO technicians. Note that our technicians are limited to the tools within the client area and offer very limited SEO advice only. They cannot help with technical implementation. Support is via our help desk and we aim to answer all tickets with two working days.

2Do Your Offer Guarantees?

Unfortunately on this service we cannot offer any guarantees. If you are looking for guaranteed SEO services try our sister site 123 Ranking

3How Many Links Will You Build?

We secure high-quality links using business citations. We offer business listings on the leading UK local citation sites and most trusted by Google (note that this changes on a regular basis). This process will help win new customers by finding your business online and improved localised search engine rankings. For best result, you can also make sure to provide a complete and accurate information about your business Name, Address and Phone Number (NAP) for the reason that it plays a big role in online visibility especially in Google.

4Why Are Your Prices So Low?

The DIY SEO plan is pretty much hands-off with some SEO advice thrown in. Our Premium plan is hands-on but customers need to have realistic expectations and cannot expect to compete with companies spending thousands of pounds on their SEO. However, in most cases with the right keyword approach, patience and client cooperation we can secure Top 10 listings.

5Do You Offer Refunds?

All our work is front-loaded and with costs of maintaining the SEO portal, it takes months for us to recoup our costs. As such, with regret, we cannot offer refunds.

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