Tag: rank and rent

Can You Rank A Google Site And GMB While Waiting To Book A Client?

In Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 268, one viewer asked if you can rank a Google site and GMB while waiting to book a client. The exact question was: Can you rank a Google site without a GMB? (Rank and rent without a client until site is rented?)

How Do You Determine The Profit Margin Of A Potential Local Lead Gen Client?

In episode 214 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to determine the profit margin of a potential local lead gen client. The exact question was: Bradley: On LLP you mentioned that one of the criteria for selecting a niche is to ensure the service provider has good margings to afford your leads – good profits. Question: How do you go about determining what profit margins they client would have as you explained with the carpet cleaning client you used as an example to drive your point.

Any Recommendations For Call Forwarding Platforms For Rank And Rent Sites?

In Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 213, one viewer asked for recommendations for call forwarding platforms for rank and rent sites. The exact question was: can you suggest a couple of call forwarding platforms for rank and rent sites

How Do You Set Up The Syndication Network For A GMB-WordPress-YouTube Package For Lease To A Local Business?

In episode 210 of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to set up the syndication network for a package deal including several GMB sites, a WordPress site and YouTube channel for lease to a local business. The exact question was: So if I have a group of GMB sites in the same metro area, and a WordPress site ranked on page one in SERPs, and a YouTube Channel with videos ranking on page one of Google’s video page, and I want to lease all of these as a total package deal to a business owner operating ... Read more

What’s A Reasonable Price Per Lead When Managing A GMB Listing For Plastic Surgeons In Large Cities?

In episode 200 of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked what a reasonable price per lead would be for managing a GMB listing for plastic surgeons in large cities. The exact question was: Thank you for all the great knowledge. Q: What would be a reasonable price per lead for plastic surgeons in large cities via us managing their GMB listing? Like what Marco described for personal injury a few weeks ago, using our call center number in their listing. Gracias.

How Should You Price A Video Rent Out?

In episode 200 of the weekly Hump Day Hangouts by Semantic Mastery, one viewer asked how to set the price for a video to rent out to clients. The exact question was: What price is a video rent out?

Do You Have A Contract Template For Rank And Rent Video Services?

In episode 198 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if the Semantic Mastery team has a contract template for rank and rent video services. The exact question was: Hi: Have a few questions: Nobody ever talks about the actual close of clients. I did not close clients ever, but this is the aim. – Because I’m going for the rank & rent videos, do you have a contract template for that? I want just to put my details, clients details, amount and that’s it?

Does Any Member Of The Semantic Mastery Team Do Any Shopify Or Amazon Selling?

In the 123rd episode of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked whether any of the Semantic Mastery senior partners do Shopify or Amazon selling or only SEO contracting and rank & rent services. The exact question was: And to follow up on Jay’s question… are ANY of you geniuses doing any Shopify/Amazon selling or just SEO contracting and rank & rent?

How Does Switchbox SEO Work?

In episode 118 of Semantic Mastery’s weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how switchbox SEO works. The exact question was: Hey, guys. I believe you mentioned that with client SEO you have to ensure you have the ability to turn off your client’s rankings when they stop paying you or when the contract period ends. Can you elaborate on how to do that and how you would do this and why?