SEO Outsourcing Guide Publishes New Hints and Tips for Outsourcing SEO Work reports SEO outsourcing continues to increase in demand and companies must understand what to look for and what to avoid when choosing a provider in this field

According to, businesses opted to outsource more than 50 percent of digital marketing in 2013, with numbers expected to increase over the coming years. Although some companies remain reluctant to release control of the SEO component of digital marketing, now is the time to do so.

"Search engine optimization remains the primary factor in business growth, as it allows a company to stay ahead of the competition, by increasing the company's brand exposure and expanding its reach. Companies need to keep this in mind at all times, and turn to SEO Outsourcing Guide ( to understand exactly why this is crucial," Frank Kelly, spokesperson for SEO Outsourcing Guide (, proclaims.

Companies may feel their money would be better spent elsewhere, such as on bolstering a customer service team or new product development. To handle SEO in house, however, one must train someone for this purpose or pull someone from other tasks to handle the job. SEO professionals demand a high salary also, with someone just starting in the field often bringing in $50,000. The cost of outsourcing tends to be significantly cheaper.

Kelly recommends businesses look to SEO Outsourcing Guide to determine if outsourcing this work will benefit their small business. Search engine optimization offers one of the highest returns on investment when it comes to marketing channels, yet care must be taken when choosing a provider for this work. The guide explains exactly how to go about doing so to obtain outstanding results, offering hints and tips concerning how to choose an SEO provider.

In addition to detailing what one should look for when choosing an SEO provider, the site also provides red flags one should watch for when outsourcing this type of work. For example, one should never hire a provider who claims they can move a site to number one on the various search engines. No company can guarantee this.

"One needs a company that will provide realistic goals and objective methods of measuring these goals, using legitimate tactics to do so. Keyword stuffing, auto-generated content, and blog postings all tend to move a site down in the rankings, yet many companies continue to use these tactics to give a site a short term boost. When the search engines catch on, the site ranking drops, often significantly," Kelly explains.

Turn to SEO Outsourcing Guide to learn more about how to outsource this type of work, what to look for when doing so, and more. SEO Outsourcing Guide offers the information companies need to take their business to the next level and beyond.

About SEO Outsourcing Guide:

SEO Outsourcing Guide understands business owners struggle to find the person, thing, or ideas which will help to improve their company's bottom line as they have been in the same situation. SEO Outsourcing Guide found that SEO helps business owners to achieve this goal, yet the owners must find the right professional or solution for this company and their situation, and creating the site for this purpose. The site researches new companies and services and also new methods of outsourcing search engine optimization more effectively, striving to be the only resource a company needs when it comes to outsourcing this important task.

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Name: Frank Kelly
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Organization: SEO Outsourcing Guide
Phone: 808-419-7173

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