How Many of You Meet with SEO Clients?

Aug 6, 2008 • 10:07 am | comments (2) by twitter | Filed Under SEM / SEO Companies

In a High Rankings Forums thread, forum members discuss whether they meet with their SEO clients or not. It must depend on how the business is structured (and if the client is local), but in the latter case, if the client is local and you're charging hourly, most people don't see why this would be a problem.

The frequency of meetings is also discussed. Again, the geographic location plays a role here, but it also depends on how deep you are on the project. One forum member says that if they're in the middle of working on changes, their meetings are more frequent than if they are in maintenance mode.

Some others don't take local clients at all because such meetings are too time consuming. Can you relate to that?

How many of you meet with your clients in person?

Forum discussion continues at High Rankings Forum.

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Mike Farley

08/07/2008 12:48 am

I find it refreshing to meet with clients and try to as much as possible. Today I had a meet and greet with two potential clients that went very well. We're in a profession that tends to be relatively impersonal. I think it's refreshing to the client to not only put a face to a voice but to really get to know that person and their business.


08/07/2008 06:35 am

After reading 'The 4 Hour Workweek', I try to keep all physical meetings down to a bare minimum and keep the majority of my contact through emails then phone. I love the free time!!

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