Since we do not provide one-size-fits-all services we do not have one-size-fits-all
pricing. See more about our approach.
We do, however, have a one-size-fits-all attitude about what we do: If it's
not going to be profitable for you, it shouldn't be done.
If you need to be a do-it-yourselfer because you cannot afford professional consulting
fees, we recommend participating in the
High Rankings Forum.
Many excellent internet marketing consultants participate in this forum (we do, too) and
will answer site owner's internet marketing questions.
For PPC and other advertising management services we philosophically disagree
with the common practice of charging a managment fee based on ad spending or click volumes,
as these billing methods reward the advertising management firm for maximizing
spending and click volumes rather than maximizing your business success.
The virtue of such methods are that they are easy to explain and calculate, but
Aderit's focus is in providing marketing success, not simple billing methods.
Consequently, our pricing for PPC management is on a retainer basis.
Our minimum retainer fee is $700 per month, and available only to clients
that in our estimation have substantial growth potential.
Typical fees are $1,000 per month and up, depending on the size and complexity of the campaigns.
Pricing for other services such as search engine optimization is normally
on a project basis. Typical SEO projects are from $2,000 to $15,000.
Usability analyses are usually $600 to $1200. Pricing for online media campaigns
vary greatly by scope and are always in conjunction with other services.
Our hourly consulting rate is $200 USD.
The more competitive your market (i.e., more competitors, with more
money to spend on marketing) the more effort it takes to be competitive.
Moreover, internet marketing is an on-going effort, not a one-shot event. And
the more competitive your business sector, the greater the amount of
continual effort that's required. We're sure this isn't news to you.
Ask for your free marketing analysis to
learn more about what expenses you'll incur in making your business
larger and more profitable.