image credit: shutterstock In a perfect world every SEO client would be extremely engaged – you’d have on-page and technical recommendations implemented immediately, they’d make internal experts and resources available for any brilliant content idea you have, and your point of contact would respond to all of your emails immediately. In the real world, of course, this is Author informationTom DemersTom is a co-founder and managing partner at Measured SEM, a search engine marketing consulting firm that offers a variety of search engine marketing services including paid search management and search engine optimization (SEO) to businesses of varying sizes in various industries. Tom has over five years of experience in search engine marketing, most recently as the Director of Marketing for search marketing software provider WordStream, Inc. Prior to working at WordStream, he was an in-house SEO specialist and SEO Manager, worked as an SEO consultant for a search engine marketing agency, and has done independent organic and paid search engine marketing consulting for numerous clients.The post Five Ways to Keep/Get Results When SEO Clients Are Unresponsive by @tomdemers appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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