Will a Search Engine Optimization Specialist upload pages or do I pay my web designer to do it?

Posted on 26 October 2010 by SEOman from Seattle

If I hire and SEO to tell me how my pages should change to rank higher, will he/she actually create those pages and then upload them or do they just make recommendations and then I have to have my web designer make the changes and upload the pages?

Originally posted 2010-09-23 08:21:03. Go Home page

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5 Comments For This Post

  1. ΞÅĢαѓєїα (Sagittarius) Says:

    no a SEO only optimizes your pages to get higher rank. you have to pay the web designer to make the webpages, then the SEO will add extra coding that will compatibalize your webpage with serach engines in order to rank higher

  2. Imma M Says:

    with so much info available on blogs and other internet sources why would you hire someone to do it?

    before you hire someone to do SEO, just do a web search for it on Google. You will save money.

  3. pleeker Says:

    Actually, there are some SEO companies who will actually do the work on your site that they recommend (and you approve of). And there are other companies who are consultants only — they’ll tell you what improvements are needed, but they won’t touch your site. You have to make the changes, or have your webmaster make them.

    This is something to ask when interviewing companies about their services.

    Hope this helps.

  4. Rishabh S Says:

    Check this site out
    http://www.theseogalaxy.com

    You can gain more traffic!, your search results will increase a lot

    You will have no need to hire anyone.

    Regards,
    Rishabh

  5. Don M Says:

    Typically having a 5 star web designer and a 5 star SEO expert in the same person is like having Michael Jordan and Barry Bonds in the same person. Doesn’t happen often (if ever), and most clients don’t usually understand that.

    If you are working with a great SEO company, they should be able to do both (by using two people working together). What you don’t want is for a web designer to build “non seo friendly pages” and have to redo them, and you also don’t want your SEO guy to mess up the code, while expanding your site. Hope that helps.

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