All audits and strategies also include 2 hours of review and consulting time via phone, Skype, Google Hangout, etc.
If you're simply trying to determine if SEO is the right investment for your company, you might be more interested in our SEO Viability Audit.
The key difference between the audit and the strategy is the main deliverable document. An audit is engineered to identify what has been done, what is wrong, and how to fix what is currently wrong. If you've done SEO in the past, or are doing so now, and want to know if what's been done has been correct and/or effective, then an audit is for you.
A strategy, on the other hand, is intended to outline where things should go moving forward. While it does involve analyzing what has been done, the deliverable focuses on best practices moving forward. If you're hiring a new SEO company, forming a new in-house team, or are considering building out a new website or forming a new company with an online presence, then a strategy is for you.
Because the research necessary to craft an audit and a strategy are nearly identical, if you purchase both an audit and a strategy you can get both at a significant discount.
Turnaround time is 10 business days. Both the audit and the strategy include up to 2 hours of post-audit consultation time to review the audit via phone, Skype or Google Hangout.
Our SEO audit team has worked on Internet marketing projects for over 300 different companies across almost as many industries, from small local businesses such as dentists and lawyers to Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Nokia and Fannie Mae. We've done work in a wide range of online marketing tactics, from SEO, paid search and social media to reputation management, affiliate marketing, web design and more. We've performed detailed audits for sites ranging from 50 pages and all the way up to 50,000,000+ pages.