Whether an SEO company is too busy to fulfill all the work for their clients, or they just want to stay on the business side of things, white labeling is a great option.
Think of it as a reseller program. White label SEO services are provided to an agency or individual by a third party, ensuring that the work gets done while the agency gets all the credit.
It’s a win-win! The SEO specialist gets paid for the work and the agency keeps their clients happy.
Companies spend around $65 billion annually on SEO services, and with such a high spend comes elevated expectations of quality and thoroughness.
There are only so many hours in the day to get everything done, and even the most talented SEOs struggle with time management.
Instead of worrying about whether or not you can get all the necessary work done for your retainer clients, why not streamline your internet marketing campaigns with the help of a skilled SEO contractor?
Your agency can get more quality work done in a shorter window of time. You can choose to contract out the entire SEO campaign, or just individual elements of it—giving you the ability to focus on the tasks that you excel at, and enjoy doing most.
There’s no limit to the products or services you can white label. If you specialize in SEO, you can outsource web design and social media. If you only do link building, you can outsource on-page SEO.
Here are the most commonly white labeled goods:
A lot of SEOs don’t enjoy link building. It’s a tedious process when done correctly, involving hours of outreach, follow-ups, and content creation.
For those reasons, link building is one of the most commonly white labeled SEO services.
From infographics to blog writing, content is king—ugh, I’m getting sick of that expression but it’s so true.
This doesn’t mean that SEOs need to be creating the content themselves. 99% of SEOs should be outsourcing content creation to professional writers and graphic designers to ensure quality, and to free up time for actual SEO tasks.
Unless you have a content heavy background and are a talented content creator, this is one area that you can easily contract out.
Note: Once you find that golden writer, hold onto them with all your might! They will save you time and heartache.
I’m just going to come out and say it—I don’t like social media. Of course I see its benefits for brand building and the all-important social signals, but I don’t personally enjoy being on social media.
Unless I’m conducting an impromptu Instagram photo shoot; in that case, I love it.
But social media is a great task to get outsourced, especially when you’re talking about posting across many different channels. You could even hire a VA (virtual assistant) to handle the majority of scheduled posts.
One of the best ways for new SEO professionals to get their businesses up and running is to package their services with web design. When you think about it, most prospects are looking for web design over search engine optimization. So why not offer that as a way to supplement your SEO skills?
After performing site audits, you can diagnose structural issues and then have a web designer take care of them for you.
Let’s say you run an e-commerce marketing agency, but you just landed a San Diego plumber who wants to rank locally.
What do you do?
Instead of overhauling your business model to accommodate that client, you can simply get a local SEO specialist to handle things for you.
From local citations to Google My Business optimizations, you can relax while these tasks are taken care of by a specialist.
Finding a service is as easy as performing a Google search.
If you need local SEO, start with “white label services San Diego.” If you need to get more granular than that, try “white label SEO plumbing + San Diego.”
When it comes to link building, you need to be a little more careful though. White label doesn’t mean white hat. Many contractors will use black hat tactics to obtain links while overcharging along the way. This is one service that requires thorough vetting before hiring.
The two best places to find white label SEOs? Word of mouth and Google. Seriously! Go with what you know. If someone recommends a service to you, listen to them. Stay away from Fiverr, and use Upwork carefully—there are more talented people on Upwork for sure.
Aside from that, a good piece of advice is not to get locked into a long-term contract. Test out different services before committing to anyone.