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Rankingbyseo.com Announced Changes in Its SEO Packages
Date:12/10/2013

New Delhi, India (PRWEB) December 10, 2013

Rankingbyseo.com, one of the fastest growing internet marketing companies, has announced changes in its current SEO packages. The company has announced these changes after receiving some recommendations from its research team. Now, the Basic SEO package will cost $225; the Standard package will cost $449; the professional package will cost $799; and the Enterprise package will cost $1499.

The research team has done an extensive research on the current marketing trend in online business world, the guidelines of Google and other search engines, websites indulged in online business, and search engine optimization services of its competitors. The research team has found that the company needs to bring some specific changes in its SEO packages to make the services more clients centric.

After a long discussion over the recommendations of the research team, Rankingbyseo.com management has approved all of them with little changes.

The research team has welcomed the move and said, “The changes would help the company to deliver promised results much before the committed deadline.”

On being asked why Rankingbyseo.com announced the changes, a sales professional of the company said, “There was no need for the company to bring changes in its SEO packages because all its clients were happy with its packages and they were getting what exactly they wanted. But, the company has taken this decision since it wants to improve the efficiency of its services and deliver promised results much before the deadline.”


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