I get a lot of requests for Internet marketing, and search engine optimization. I’ve worked for several Internet marketing companies. I’ve also prospected several Miami SEO companies for my personal clients.

Karma Snack is one of the best companies out there that is really doing big things. I have used them for a number of my clients now, and have seen awesome results. I even use them for a lot of person projects. I’m so involved in the company now, it’s like I work there. I’m still in negotiates with them to come on board and take a position at Chief Technology Officer like I was at when I worked for Optimum 7, where I helped build the company from the ground up.

Before that I worked at the now defunct Netspace.com, as Internet Marketing Director, but was only there for 4 months, since the company completely collapsed due to decisions made years before I got there. I even did some interviews with other companies that provided “Internet Marketing”, and “Search Engine Optimization”.

I learned a couple of this at my previous positions and through my experience since developing websites since 1995. Here are the top 12 things you should consider when think about going with a Miami SEO Company:

1. How do they handle their customers? Do they always answer the phone, or at least call you back immediately? Are they available to be reached after work hours? I don’t understand how a lot of corporate companies miss that.

2. How do they handle their employees? Do they pay them on time, every time, and even when they leave the company? How does their employees response to their clients, are they happy to be working there? Does the company make sure the employees are comfortable with their work environment, and doesn’t overload them with ridiculous amounts of work?

3. Do they treat their customers with respect? Do they give them advice and knowledge on how they can take part in improving their website and their online rankings? Do they always have an open dialogue and line of communication with them?

4. Do they get their clients results? Are there case studies, and testimonials from theirs about their results?

5. Do they always answer their client’s problems in a timely manner?

6. Do they bombard clients with over zealous requests, since remember, they have a business to run too!

7. Do they have a process that works to get things done? Do they having a project management system? There is a great tool to get things done – Base Camp offers a great service for just that.

8. Are there brainstorming sessions for new creative ideas for their clients? Internal brainstorming helps show the clients that you are thinking of them, and ways to improve their rankings. External brainstorming with the clients is also necessary to understand from their perspective where they want to go and how you can get them there.

9. Do they provide advanced tracking tools like a lead management system to handle your inflow of incoming leads? Karma Snack does.

10. Their presentation is key. Do they have a website that looks like you know what they are doing, and is vivid enough to convey that message that they get your problems and can answer them? If so they are golden.

11. And Repeat question 4. Do they get their client results?

12. Are their prices too low or too high? I mean an average national SEO campaign for medium to highly competitive keywords and industry should run at about 25K to 50K, if you want to dominate the marketing. Local should be around 10K to 20K. If a company is offering some 299.99 price deal, is there really quality in the work? Remember you get what you pay for, and in this economy no one can afford to through money at a none profitable marketing campaign.

Karma Snack gets it, that’s why I use them for over 90% of my personal website design and Internet marketing clients. Visit their website for more details – http://www.KarmaSnack.com.

Karma Snack Launches

On February 18, 2009, in Internet Marketing Business, by Adelard

Miami SEO - Karma Snack The long awaited site, KarmaSnack.com launched late late Monday night. One of my boys Eric and his partners are running the new online business, go over there and show him some love.

This is one of the few places I endorse since I move 80% of my personal clients to them in the last two months. They’re awesome. They know their shit. They got the internet marketing game on lock. SEO, PPC, and what’s most interesting and blows me away is their Viral Marketing strategy.

I’m very close and know everyone behind the scene and they know their shit!!!

I’m actually in talks to them to get a “job”, LOL, there. Well not really, more like consulting for them. I can’t ever go back to the 9 to 5 rat race. Never again. Karma Snack! Smacking and Rick Rolling the competition left and right.

In other news, my Costa Rica project has some serious delays. We are trying to be up by friday, so we can start getting investors for funding of the project. Man I have a lot of work to do…

Facebook Versus Twitter After the launch of AdelardGasana.com I sent out a small tweet about it, and sent a message through Facebook and was able to see results relatively quickly.

Twitter versus Facebook, even though Facebook is where I know 90% of the people I connected to, twitter’s visits where more than 20 folds. I figure twitter allows you to connect to people that you have more similar interests versus Facebook where people you’ve interacted with.

I got some Fans in New Jersey I know, and they love the content, so I’m happy I can provide them great read! Time on site from the top states is pretty great, and I haven’t even begun to offer my internet marketing expertise.

I’m really excited, every day I get to wake up with the birds chirping and whatever time I want to, greatest thing in the world to be self employed.

I’ve got some major projects to get out the door though, so now it’s time to buckle down and get to programming. Gotta build a lead management system, do 5 mocks ups for different clients and conference calls with new clients. I’m loving every moment of it, I’m really having the time of my life here.

For this blog, I’m going to need some topics to touch on, I don’t want to go the traditional “Internet Marketing is this”, “SEO is this”, etc. I want to be more viral based. Talk about viral marketing ideas, and was that Google and the other major search engines are moving towards.

Anyways, till next time.

“Find a job you like and you add five days to every week.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.