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AngelBiz 2nd April 2019 06:11 PM

Should Early Stage Startups Invest In SEO?
 
The look of confusion given around a decade ago when asking a startup whether they invest in SEO was a reality for most marketing companies. Most businesses did not understand the importance that search engines would play in their overall success. Now in the age of mobile businesses now comprehend the value of being ranked ahead of competitors for certain keywords related to the business. Cash flow is not high for most startups so investing copious amounts of money in SEO simply might not be an option. Investing in this type of marketing will be important at some point but making the decision during a startupís infancy can be tough. If you are not experienced investing you can take a look of some online business ideas for beginners. The following are reasons that early stage startups should consider investing in SEO.

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Celin_G 4th April 2019 09:46 PM

yes, yes, and yes.... SEO is the foundation.... And it can be free if you can do it on your own. As your biz grows, you can hire somebody else to do it for you on a regular basis.


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