Happy Clients from QuickSEO


“Baie dankie vir julle harde werk en tyd wat julle insit om ons besigheid te groei, daar is definitiewe bewys van vordering en groei, nie alleenlik deur julle terugvoer nie maar ook kliente wat by my uitkom op gereelde basis d.m.v julle bemarking. Baie dankie vir goeie werk”

Goeie dag Louis Ek wil net vir julle baie dankie se vir die konstante werk wat julle doen aan my webwerf en ook die met die advirteering daar van. Ek ontvang elke dag ten minste 5 navrae oor die diens wat ek lewer en die werk stroom in en as ek dit se dan bedoel ek groot werke en ook groot besighede wat met my kontak maak. Al hoe wel somige kliente sukel om te betaal vir die produk wat hulle graag wil hê as gevolg van die land se ekonomie kan ek verstaan dit raak moeilik om hand diep in eie sak te steek want alles het so duur geword maar steeds probeer ek my kliente die beste te gee wat ek kan, dit is immers my verantwoordelikheid om so te maak aangesien ek DIE diens verskaffer is. Ek kan eerlik waar sê ek het nog nie een dag getwyfel oor of julle aanstelling ‘n goeie besluit was nie want die werk stroom so in dat ek elke dag besig is. Wat ook lekker is is waneer die klient begin deur om my te komplimeteer oor my webwerf dan moet ek ook “tong in die kies” sê ek weet wie is verantwoordelik daar voor HAHAHAHA. Hou so aan en dankie. Ek is nou al op die punt om nog werkers aan te stel om te help met baie van die pligte wat so besigheid behels.

Baie Dankie

Louis Bornman / www.cupboardinstallations.co.za

We receive mails like this all the time from happy clients.

We’d love the next one to come from you and your business!

Sheldon & Louis Kearney

A QuickSEO (SEO) and PPC Comparison

58 Marketers were asked!

Which Generates More Sales: SEO or PPC?

These are Snippets extracted from a Website https://databox.com/seo-vs-ppc

First, we asked our respondents to pick the channel that generates the most sales for their businesses. With 70% of the votes, SEO was the clear winner.

�For long-term results, investing in SEO is a much better and more profitable tactic,� says Brett Downes of AmazonSeoConsultant. �With SEO, once you are on page one, you tend to stick there if you continue to work on it. With PPC, you have to pay to display, so if you stop, you disappear. PPC is like a tap and SEO is like a river.�

Shawn DeWolfe Consulting�s Shawn DeWolfe agrees: �PPC feels like lifting a lead zeppelin. Put enough force (i.e. money) behind it, and traffic will come. But as soon as you stop paying, the traffic stops.�

�SEO has driven many more sales for us due to the fact that it is sustainable,� says Mike Goldstein of VRG Web Design. �High rankings in the search results do not go away simply because your company�s budget runs out.�

�If you can spare a few months of technical, organic SEO, you�ll see lasting results bringing in real traffic,� says WebTek�s Alexa Kurtz.

�For our digital marketing agency, we�re all about creating something that will sustain us in the future, including our own marketing tactics. This is why we put the majority of our efforts behind SEO practices,� Kurtz says.

SEO Generates Higher Quality Leads
�Investing in getting better organic results brings more and higher quality business,� says Simon Rodgers of WebSitePulse.

How?

David Bailey-Lauring of Blu Mint Digital says that �PPC drives higher bounce rates and is damaging to page dwell time. Being found organically through search has better CTR, dwell time, and lead generation results.�

Eric Hoppe of Crowd Content says that SEO leads to higher conversion rates: �We�ve found that our conversion rate on organic traffic is substantially higher than with PPC. I believe this shows a stronger intent to purchase or convert among these searchers�and that an organic click is more valuable than a paid click.�

�PPC can put your name, logo, and message in front of the right eyes, but it�s not as intentional as SEO,� says Jonathan Mentor of Successment � Vivid Digital Branding. �With a strong SEO strategy, you get in front of prospects that are further in the buyer�s journey and more likely to convert.�

SEOBANK�s Chris Labbate agrees: �SEO has proven that it has a higher conversion rate than PPC and is a better long-term investment for most companies because the exact keyword being ranked is matched to the exact query being searched.�

�One of our largest clients contacted me and mentioned that she had been reading our blog for quite some time,� says Dragon Social�s Tony DeGennaro. �She had already educated herself and decided that we were the right people to work with. This helped validate our choice to focus on SEO, and it has paid off tremendously.�

�Even though it�s incredibly hard to build the authority of a website, when you rank organically for a high-traffic keyword, the leads pour in,� says Heather Baker of TopLine Film. �The leads that come in through PPC tend to be lower quality, more expensive, and much lower in volume.�

SEO is Less Costly
�PPC is faster to get results, but in terms of ROI (cost-effectiveness), SEO wins when done properly,� says Willie Jiang of SolarMetric.

Queen City Buyer�s Matt York agrees: �SEO drives low-cost sales to my business, whereas PPC drives high-cost sales. Because of the relatively small size of my company, SEO is a much more sustainable business model. It brings enough free business to keep us busy.�

�For our local/small business clients, SEO has proven to be the more effective channel,� says Michal Rutkowski of Active Business Growth.

�For example, one of our car-detailing clients now gets the majority of its website traffic through organic search. Acquiring the same amount of visitors through PPC would come at a significant cost,� Rutkowski says.

�It took us a little while to get to our desired rankings, but once we did, we started earning more than $140,000 a month with a team of four people,� says WPBeginner�s Faizan Ali. �The overall cost was much lower than what we were spending on PPC, which is why we stuck to SEO for the foreseeable future.�

�PPC is expensive, and it cuts significantly into your profit margins,� says Ruti Dadash of Panthera Plus. �Make the calculations beforehand, and if the cost of customer acquisition is likely to equal or exceed the expected profit, then PPC is not the way to go.�

�SEO may take longer to bring in results, but the profit is greater and the effects are longer-lasting,� Dadash says.

�When looking at our revenue source channels, SEO is still the largest driver of sales,� says Balazs Hajde of Authority Hacker.

�We have a lot of experience optimizing our ROI for the content we create, so after summarizing our costs for production, the number of people we bring to the site with SEO would cost significantly more if we were relying on PPC only,� Hajde says.

Some People Simply Won�t Click PPC Ads
�Fewer searchers are clicking ads; they�re clicking on the results of the knowledge graphs, local packs, and position zero results,� says Knowmad Digital Marketing�s Chris Stele. �These are places PPC can not place you in no matter how much you spend.�

Rachael Jessney of Atelier agrees: �We have found that SEO has, on the whole, been more successful for us than PPC in driving sales. Many of the people we are targeting work in the marketing industry, and they are less likely to click on ads than those in other sectors.�

And Spa Espana�s Arron Norris says that �we have customers who avoid paid ads because they know that the business has little-to-no technical help for the customer if needed; they are only trying to sell their products and not actually helping them.�

SEO Builds Trust
�If you rank organically, people are more likely to trust you as a business,� says Colin Mosier of JSL Marketing & Web Design.

�When I�m looking for a product/service on Google, I tend to skip past the ads. They�re only there because they paid for those placements. However, I know that companies rank in organic positions are there because of the quality of their sites/businesses,� Mosier says.

Tom Shelton of Top Explainers agrees: �SEO has been crucial for our business. It drives free organic traffic to our website based on keywords that our target market is looking for, and by having them come to our website and consume our content, it builds trust in our brand.�

And Nextiva�s Yaniv Masjedi says that �the reason we lean on SEO more heavily is that we feel it�s a powerful way to legitimize our company and its offerings. With SEO, we have many offsite placements in industry relevant publications. Our prospects see that we�re an industry authority.�