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What is the salry range of a SEO expert?



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Tresor



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What is the average salary a SEO expert can make?


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Post Sun May 06, 2007 7:20 pm
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That's a tough one. If you get truly good at SEO, then most likely you can make top dollar ($100,000+ per year). The big question is this:
Can you make more money for the company that employed you than the amount amount of money they paid you?
Figure that out, and you will be rich. :)


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Post Mon May 07, 2007 2:22 am
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An *expert* working for a company: 55k- 125k
An *expert* on their own: 125k - ???


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What is the average salary a SEO expert can make?

Define 'expert'.

I've seen companies in the UK looking for an 'expert' but only offering ~30k

Then I've seen large firms offering multiples of that amount. It depends on the niche and moreso on the ability of the 'expert'.

Freelancers are only constricted by the number of hours in the day and the hourly/daily rate they charge.

The real earners don't work for others at all Cool


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I am looking into doing stuff on my own, but that is extremely hard considering the amount of people out there already offering this service. To be fair making a living from it is possible, but I can't see myself quiting my job anytime soon. I'll just keep plodding along doing a few sites from time to time whilst working for my current eployer.


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An *expert* working for a company: 55k- 125k
An *expert* on their own: 125k - ???


Is that in US dollars?
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An *expert* working for a company: 55k- 125k
An *expert* on their own: 125k - ???


Is that in US dollars?

Given that Paul (SEOforGoogle) is US-based I would imagine that yes it's USD.


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You can make more doing SEO for yourself, I really don't like having to work with others doing seo projects. Find products and services you can use your talents to sell. Don't get me wrong I still like to cherry pick a project here and there but it has to be on my terms.
If you are good at managing the customer more power to you.


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interesting thread

I have not seen this on a forum before


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it does tend to be the same stuff over and over, not many changes in the algo's this year


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Hi,

I thing it's depend on his working skills and how much company earn from that employee.

http://www.etrix.ie/services/internet-marketing.php.


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Hi

well I think about 100K for Professional SEO.. and I know some of them earning more than that...


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quote:
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An *expert* working for a company: 55k- 125k
An *expert* on their own: 125k - ???
Ya but doing it yourself is a very hard work.
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Ya but doing it yourself is a very hard work.


- If you are optimizing your own sites. I believe the payoff is well worth it. I have clients to fund my ventures, otherwise I am pretty much optimizing my own properties. Cool


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Ya but doing it yourself is a very hard work.


- If you are optimizing your own sites. I believe the payoff is well worth it. I have clients to fund my ventures, otherwise I am pretty much optimizing my own properties. Cool


I think that's the way a lot of SEO's are going, if you look at people like Shoemoney and Andy Hagans they are probably making far more from passive income than most SEO's.


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