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Would any of you have any advice as to the sort of things you show/tell to a prospective client.
Would you show printouts of previous SERPS.
Actual client sites, although I would be slightly worries that they could look at the sites and take up on some of your most recent methods.
How do you go about giving thme just enough to get there attention to seed a face to face conflab.
If you have any customers that would be willing to give you a reference, maybe for a discount, it could do great things for you.
Lots of SEO firms will give more detail about their work when they are speaking over the phone to a qualified buyer.
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One of the constant difficulties is that you don't want to point just anyone to examples of your optimized sites... and in some cases I have non-disclosure agreements, which make certain references impossible.
I also like to show current results. The volatility of the economy over the past several years has made this a constant game of catch-up. I've had many good results evaporate as business models failed and companies went under. Nothing to do with the rankings or traffic I got for them. Maybe it's got a lot to do with the San Francisco Bay Area these days.