• If you flip a site, and let's say you have really done your job with SEO. For you seasoned pros here is my question:

    Do you offer to continue "optimizing" that site for the person you sold it to, for a fee of course, so that the site continues to be successful or is it "good luck"?

    This might be common sense but I'm new so go easy on me.
    Post edited by Unknown User at 2011-10-06 10:08:56
  • There are a few ways you can approach this.
    1.) Saying "good luck" is ethical as long as you've done seo that won't die after a month of them taking over the site.
    2.) Provide them a "training manual" that outlines exactly what they should do to maintain their ranking.
    3.) Offer say 3 months of SEO service as a bonus for offering a certain price.
    4.) Get a site earning a good amount and charge for your SEO services at a rate that still makes the site profitable for the buyer if they keep you on.

    You just need to be careful about guaranteeing anything because you never know how a buyer might screw up a site. Does that help answer your question?