Did you know that more than 70 million users shop using a mobile device such as a cellphone or tablet computer as of 2012? It is true! As well, sixty five percent of mobile web users depend on those smartphones and tablets to find a local business at which they can make a purchase.
An estimated 60 percent of all people have looked into a service or product oline vis a vis a search engine. Any SEO professional will tell you that the internet has become a really important marketing platform for companies, and small business owners are beginning to see that, too. 30 percent of companies outsource at least a percentage of their social media marketing, up from 28 percent two years ago. If you know that your Continue Reading 5 Comments
A white label anything basically signifies that a company wishes to work alongside a reseller rather than directly with a customer. In some instances, the white label company does interact with clients, but that is usually because it interacts with end users in a different environment. For example, a company that has a private label division could keep that division exclusive to resellers but could leave its other divisions open for direct interactions with the general public.
This is almost never the case with a white label SEO, though, because this type of firm will work entirely behind the scenes, allowing an SEO reseller or resellers instead to represent their services directly and themselves indirectly. The white label firm works around the clock to optimize clients’ websites using SEO tools, while resellers work to communicate with these clients and draw in new ones through wrapping SEO into their proprietary offerings. The relationship here often is pretty strong, since everyone has their own tasks to complete and gets to work independently.
This independent notion is what keeps these businesses operating at their maximum capacities. A white label search engine optimization firm does nothing more than secure resellers and churn out quality SEO products, whereas a company working without resellers has to hire personnel to both sell it and handle customer questions and complaints. Most white label businesses are firmly entrenched in what they do and would rather pass communication and sales off to resellers.
Also, a white label firm has no interest whatsoever in marketing itself to the public at large. Instead, it can hone its marketing toward businesses that would benefit greatly from offering SEO as their own. They basically market the SEO reseller plans they have available to marketing companies, advertising agencies, web design firms and information technology consultants, who then claim SEO as something they do. This does not negatively impact the company offering SEO because it cares less about who gets credit and more about the quality of offerings made available to customers.
In taking this approach, any firm with a strong sense of what it does but without the resources to employ people to head out there and sell it can consider it. Those invested in all sorts of products and ensconced in various industries can become white label providers in their own right. It just requires a formal plan and an idea of how to market to those wanting to resell what they create.