- Your SEO proposal plays an instrumental role not just for your agency but also for your client’s business
- Forecasting needs to be a star element of your customer acquisition process – but how do you navigate these tricky waters?
- SEOmonitor dissects the entire thought process and action plan for you
- Here’s how to ensure realistic, practical, achievable, and mutually agreed milestones and budgets are set with your clients
Clients often ask for a forecast to estimate their ROI with this type of marketing investment. Agencies are caught between building a realistic business case and explaining that they’re all scenarios, not promises. Think about it like this – you both need to know where you’re going, or you won’t have a clue when you’re there. But it’s all about how you set expectations from the start. This is where your SEO proposal plays an instrumental role in customer acquisition and experience.
Let’s imagine the following scenario: a Client Service Director argues about the benefits of presenting a business case to a new lead to make the sell.
Yet, the agency’s CEO wants to make sure the initial internal evaluation is on point. After all, it makes sense to calibrate your model first and then show the opportunity.
With the right forecasting methodology in place, you can do both and prove your SEO…