Affordable SEO with Guaranteed Results

It’s obvious enough that ranking well for your target keywords and keyword phrases should help to increase the traffic that you receive at your website, whether it a professional blog, an online store, or any other kind of website. However, search engine optimization can be a very tricky business and there are so many people out there who claim to be experts.

When it comes to affordable SEO, you want to make sure that you actually get results. That’s why today’s review of RankPop.com will be of interest for many webmasters. Their claim is simple: “We rank websites.”

Improve Your Google Rankings

At first glance, RankPop might sound like any number of other SEO firms that you find on the Internet. You hire them, tell them about your website, and tell them the keywords that you’re trying to target.

In turn, they work their magic and they do what they can to get your website higher up on the Google search engine results page for those target keywords. That sounds simple enough, but there’s more to it than that. In addition to doing their part of the agreement, RankPop will also “take a look at what your goals are and give you some suggestions.”

What this means is that while their experts work on the off-page part of the search engine optimization, they provide you with the specific advice and instructions that you can do to improve the on-page part of SEO. They also suggest related keywords that may offer more traffic (or less competition) than the ones that you propose.

Only Pay When You Get Results

That still doesn’t sound all that different from other SEO service providers, but RankPop has one monumental feature that sets them apart: they only charge you when they increase your rankings. If your search engine ranking doesn’t improve, you don’t pay. This isn’t a money back guarantee, since you don’t give them money in the first place unless you get real results.

Naturally, the only real way that you can know for sure whether RankPop will be effective in improving your Google rankings is to use their service. However, you will find some examples of their previous work right on the RankPop homepage. Above is the result for a residential plumbing site, getting the #1 spot in Google results for its target keyword.

And here is a video that tells you a little more about RankPop and how the service works.

How Do They Do It?

RankPop isn’t wielding some black magic. Instead, the core strategy is rather simple: they help you develop backlinks from “thousands of websites” around the Internet, using the right target anchor text.

The link-building strategy is multi-faceted, helping you get those links from forums, blogs, press releases, social networks, articles, and more. It is important that your links come from a variety of sources. RankPop will also “create blogs for you… that we manage on your behalf which reference your site.”

When combined with the on-page optimizations that they suggest, this two-pronged SEO strategy should be reasonably effective. The good news is that if it doesn’t work, you don’t pay. The catch is that moving up just one spot can be considered improvement.

Monthly Reports, Monthly Payments

As you know, your search engine ranking can fluctuate quite frequently. So, RankPop operates on a monthly cycle and they will send you a report once a month to show the progress that they have achieved for your site and for your target keywords. For example, if you sign up on September 15th, the report will compare your ranking on that day with October 15. How your ranking changes between those two days presumably does not matter in the context of paying for the RankPop service.

Payment is handled by a PayPal subscription. Should your search engine rankings improve, you’re then on the hook for $450 a month. You can leave at any time, but you can also stay on to keep rising to the top. If you stick around until you get that coveted first spot, you may as well stick around. After all, they can’t charge you unless you improve and there’s no spot higher than number one.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR RANKPOP SEO


94 thoughts on “Affordable SEO with Guaranteed Results”

  1. The concept is not new since I found another company offering the same thing on a forum a few weeks ago. You pay when you get to #1 too.

    But, in their case, the price is based on a keyword AND it’s difficulty. After that, you pay 1/3 of the price of the keyword per month to be kept to #1. So, $450/month could be a good deal if you go for “credit card” but not if you target “laundry in Trois-Rivières”.

    In my case, the keyword was $264 and then $88/month(1/3) for a keyword with 90500 search a month in Canada that has medium competition in Google Keyword tool. I decided to do it myself. So, $450 is a big much in my case.

    Yes, it takes a lot to get to #1 but paying $450/month to KEEP that first position seemed too much for me. Mmmm? maybe they should reevaluate that model and not do credit card.

    That’s my 2 cents 😉

    1. If you have low competition in keyword than doing few link building yourself can do or solve your purpose provided you calculate the value of your timing.

      1. RankPop.com says:

        Hey ZK:

        You’re absolutely right. Our service is more focussed on businesses that have 500k – 5mil in revenue and don’t have an seo team on board.

        The alternative, for many of them is hiring an internet marketing agency that charges 3k + a month and laughs at them when they as for a guarantee on anything.

        If you’re an internet marketing yourself, and have experience using efficient tools and such with link building… then that’s what you should do for sure, IMO.

        1. RankPop stink scam..

          I checked up your customer “a residential plumbing site getting the # 1 spot in Google results for ITS target keyword” http://www.theplumbinginfo.ooo , and what have you done with his website inbound links, SEO, ect.
          You have just put him in your own 20-30 home mad produced blogs with no direct content, only short not saying texts and a link to his website. No quality links at all.
          Is that what you call “experts work on the off-page part of the search engine optimization”.

          1. RankPop.com says:

            @Property Marbella:

            Thank you for taking the time to analyze our link building.

            Actually, what we call “experts working on the off-page part of the search engine optimization” is pushing content like this:

            http://www.theplumbinginfo.com/articles/15-awful-diy-plumbing-disasters/

            Which ended up hitting the first page of Digg.com with 231 Diggs. It was also shared on Facebook 90 times and received links from sites like howstuffworks.com:

            http://blogs.howstuffworks.com/2010/09/08/interesting-reading-572/

            As you probably know, social modifiers are becoming a huge part of the algorithm.. so making sure that your stuff is being pushed through al the networks is imperative.

            If that’s still not transparent enough, here are their analytics for keyword traffic in the past 30 days:

            http://www.rankpop.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Analytics_www.theplumbinginfo.com_20110815-20110914_KeywordsReport.pdf

            Now, I see that your site ranks for 9 keyword phrases:

            http://www.semrush.com/info/propertymarbellaapartments.com+(by+organic)

            So if you’d like to share your SEO expertise with everyone here, I’m sure they’d be up for hearing it.

            Especially because you have generated more than 200,000 links to your site… 95% of which have the anchor text “Property Marbella” and are nofollow blog comments.

            If you want to have an intelligent debate, that’s fine… but don’t call someone a scam when you have never used it or spoken with people that have used it. You’re simply calling the kettle black.

    2. I totally agree with you. There’s so much you can do with $450. Better hire a talented vulture freelancer to do SEO for 10 websites.

      1. RankPop.com says:

        Hey Seattle Real Estate Guy!

        There’s really not a possibility that anyone could do what we’re doing for one site over 10 sites for the same price.

        Also, be very careful with the basement price stuff… as that’s often the snake oil that gets you banned in 2 months.

        Our customers tend to be people with small businesses or sites that are doing 500k – 5mil a year and have rather competitive phrases and it works well for them.

        If you’re building a site on “organic hemorrhoid treatment for dogs,” you and I both know that a freelancer can do that.

        But if you want to rank for the term “residential plumbing” or “cheap car insurance leads,” you’re going to need more output… which is where we come in.

        I hope that helps.

        1. Paul B says:

          I have one question and one question only, it’s the same question I ask of anybody selling SEO services online and especially those that make any sort of guarantee.

          When you have the skills to rank for money generating keywords why would you ever want to sell those skills and have the grief and hassle of dealing with clients (been there and bought the t-shirt) when you could become rich beyond your wildest dreams, being your own boss and living the life of riley? I just don’t get it. I like playing with websites but I can assure you I like playing around with my boat and going on holiday whenever the hell I feel like it more 🙂

          You’d need a LOT of clients at $450 a month to make what you could make completely passively for a top 3 ranking for “cheap car insurance”.

        2. Party Ideas says:

          Rank Pop Agreed with your all the above & major search engines such as Google no longer look for keyword phrases in the Meta data, and are more apt to use the information within the actual text of the web page.

          1. Rank Pop only can help you if you has a small website, If you are good in SEO can you do the same by yourself.

    3. Ivin says:

      Hello Steve. Soem companies can charge up to $2500 for services, but then that would include a lot more work; like commenting, creating posts, managing and growing social media accounts etc. But you’re right. $450 for ONe keyword sounds a bit much. But I do know if youn’t keep on maintaining the rank, you can lose it because people are often VERY busy… 🙂

      1. RankPop.com says:

        Hey Ivin:

        It’s actually for a group of silo’d keyword phrases that we talk about with the client on the phone.

        We give some advise on getting some long tail focussed keyword content on the site and then link build with a ton of diversity from sources and anchor texts.

        We’re focussed on creating a snowball effect, and have done so successfully for a long time at our agency. It’s all about focussing (as you know) on the right phrases for growth.

    4. RankPop.com says:

      THIS IS A REPOST OF A COMMENT BELOW as it wasn’t showing as a response to this comment:

      Hey Steve!

      Thanks for the input for sure! We actually do a “group” of phrases and find that most of our customers will focus on one “silo” of phrases at a time, get those ranked and then move onto a different category or page on their site.

      We don’t believe in focussing too much on one specific phrase and like to build good content around a group of phrases with strong links back.

      We also don’t feel that we could every promise anyone a specific ranking… because that’s really up to Google.

      We have just gotten really efficient over the years at building strong links that work and therefore we can do it for a rather economical price.

      We built our company focussed on our customers, and we have a public suggestions area on our site. So, I would LOVE to hear about other ideas that anyone has about pricing.

      Thanks for the feedback!

    5. Mate Hegedus says:

      Actually SEO is extremely easy when you know how to do it.

      I actually have an SEO product here, but John Chow readers can download it for free

      ===> HERE

      It teaches you guys the most advanced but easy to implement SEO trick. Hope you will like it.

      1. Erwin Miradi says:

        Thanks for sharing it Mate. I’ll surely check that out.

  2. Haitham says:

    These great tips i think i will need when i start my web hosting network. also i will share these important points to my readers under blog name and link. credits always go for the dot com mogul.

    Thanks

  3. RankPop.com says:

    Hey Steve!

    Thanks for the input for sure! We actually do a “group” of phrases and find that most of our customers will focus on one “silo” of phrases at a time, get those ranked and then move onto a different category or page on their site.

    We don’t believe in focussing too much on one specific phrase and like to build good content around a group of phrases with strong links back.

    We also don’t feel that we could every promise anyone a specific ranking… because that’s really up to Google.

    We have just gotten really efficient over the years at building strong links that work and therefore we can do it for a rather economical price.

    We built our company focussed on our customers, and we have a public suggestions area on our site. So, I would LOVE to hear about other ideas that anyone has about pricing.

    Thanks for the feedback!

    1. “Links from forums, blogs, press releases, social networking, articles and much more,” Who has control over them when someone leaves a customer? Disappearing them, do you take them away?

      1. RankPop.com says:

        @Property Marbella:

        Our customers are people like plumbers, attorneys, fitness centers, insurance providers, etc. These people trust us based on our track record and the references that they speak with on the phone.

        Therefore, they have a lot of trust in us to do the right thing.

        We have a Zappos type customer service belief and if anyone is unhappy with what we’re doing… we’re going to take care of it for sure.

        I’m not understanding your questions exactly:

        “Who has control over them when someone leaves a customer? Disappearing them, do you take them away?”

        If i didn’t answer it, please rephrase and I’ll do my best.

        🙂

  4. David says:

    So, if they get you to number one spot, then you will stop paying? because they only charge you if you improve? Is that correct?

    1. RankPop.com says:

      @David

      HAHA… Good point.

      Once we get them to number one… we just did yesterday with a residential “decking” product, for example… we have a conversation about moving to a different groupd of phrases.

      The team behind RankPop has been doing SEO since 2003 and we have had a ton of success by using diversity in link “type” and phrases… so this concept helps a lot.

      Generally, if a keyword is at number one and you continue building to other areas of the site or the same page with different keyword phrases, creates a wonderful snowball effect of traffic.

      We have example after example that we show our customers of building traffic organically over time in different keyword silos, and most of them really like doing it that way.

      But to answer your question… yes… if someone signs up, gets to one and wants to leave… that’s fine with us. And about 5% – 10% do just that. There’s no risk as you don’t pay up front.

      Hope this answers your question.

  5. GlyphTab says:

    There are some points here: 1. the “improvement” is compared between the first and the last day of the month cycle so what happens in the middle is not important; 2. if you improve then you stop the service, you will go back; 3. you don’t exactly know what they’re doing to improve you so you can’t keep doing it should you stop the service; 4. when you get to number 1, you won’t pay (huh? do they make sure you’re not at number 1 at the beginning of cycle every month?)

    1. RankPop.com says:

      Hi GlyphTab!

      Thanks for the comment. Let me hit these one at a time:

      When you’re trying to build a company that is results based, you have to have a specific time line for the results to happen. We feel we can get results with our technology in 30 days. Link building is a cumulative thing. As time goes on, we have seen rankings improve. If you link building with quality and at a steady pace, you see constant increased rankings. At least that’s our experience with (literally) more than 500 sites… some of which are Fortune 500 companies.

      I appreciate your feelings on that, but I have to respectfully dissagree. This IS what tends to happen if you’re doing low quality link building or spamming people.

      However, as I stated above, link building, when done right, builds authority to your site over time and it gets easier and easier to rank for other phrases as time goes on. We have case studies that actually show this as fact and not just our opinion. I’ll get some case studies on the site so you can see them.

      The people that hire us aren’t the type of people that would want to do it themselves… however, using tools like majesticseo.com, you CAN see everything that’s been done. We also have a tool where we can show you all the links we built in your user login area, if you like.

      Remember, there’s not “magic” behind rankings… it’s all about consistency and diversity. Short cuts get you into trouble.

      This was actually talked about above. Once a client gets to number one, we shift our focus to keywords that they aren’t ranking as well for. This happens through a meeting on the phone with the customer.

      I hope this answers your questions!

      1. RankPop.com says:

        Wow… wish I could edit the blockquotes there.

        😉

  6. PPC Ian says:

    That’s cool that you only pay when you get results. Incentives are aligned with results.

    1. RankPop.com says:

      @PPC Ian

      We thought it was time for an SEO company to come out that was results based. Thanks for the comment.

      1. Cheolsu says:

        This is an interesting way of doing business. Its good to see pay for results SEO websites out there.

    2. Erwin Miradi says:

      Yeah. The customers will have nothing to lose with that method.

  7. GamesDunia says:

    Hum John for your review they gonna get enough visitor, i don’t know how much customer they will get. But after reading your review i think they will be a handy company to rely for seo.

    Thank you John

  8. Hum I visit their site and see that they are claiming that they don’t charge until the result shown.

    1. RankPop.com says:

      That is correct… you don’t pay us until you get results. We don’t take a dime up front.

      We feel if you’re going to offer a guarantee and you’re confident in your services… do it right and get paid later.

  9. Guaranteed results … That is interesting …

    Would love to try them on my new project.

    1. Patricia says:

      Hello ZK. I think anyone can rank for whatever keyword they want. MMO. MMB. Doen’t matter. I have always beleived, the person or company that works the hardest with the best focus, tools and knowledge of anaytics tools. He will rank, even #1 if he wants to.

      B.t.w how annoying (catchy) is their song. I was waiting forever for ‘Rankop.com’… to end. Dang! 🙂

    2. Hi ZK,
      They do no guarantee you 1 place on Google, only little better than before….

      1. Erwin Miradi says:

        Well, I do believe that there’s no one can guarantee our position in Google, except if it’s Google itself.

        1. Yes … If any SEO is saying that he will rank your website first in google than I think you should think twice.

          For very low competitive keywords you can yourself rank. By adding original contents and few links.

  10. Robin says:

    It seems to be a nice service and really thanks for sharing it. Although few other similar companies are already there and the concept is really good for both.

    1. Party Ideas says:

      Yes Agree Robin impressive outlook for above post.

  11. NO one can guarantee you 1 place on Google.

    If you read between the lines on both their website and Poprank comments here, can you see it’s not a question of 1 keywords phrase that you choose, but a “group” of phrases that they give you as some additional ideas for your website.

    So soon 1 of these maybe 20-30 phrases come up on 1 place on Google must you start paying the monthly charge of $450 a month. An old classic con trick tricks in SEO business from the mid-1990s.

    1. RankPop.com says:

      @Property Marbella

      You are absolutely correct that no one can guarantee you 1st place on Google.

      We don’t do that, and never have.

      You also don’t need to “read between the lines” as we aren’t con artsts and we’re really proud of the results we get for our customers.

      I would be happy to give you the names and phone numbers of some of our customers that have been with us (either here or our agency) for (literally) years.

      We help a lot of people, and we do it in a no risk model.

      Regarding the “group” of keywords that you’re looking at as a negative… It’s a positive actually.

      Let’s say that you want to rank for “dog collars.” Using keyword tools available to everyone (SEMRush is used for the data below), we find that the top 5 phrases are:

      dog collars – 14,800 searches
      dog collar – 4,400 searches
      dog training collars – 4,400 searches
      leather dog collars – 2,900 searches
      dog training collar – 2,900

      We work with our customers to take out any that aren’t relevant to their site.

      We then build links for ALL of those phrases. We want to avoid tripping something in the algorithm because we’re building the same anchor over and over gain, so we mix it up.

      We need a way to quantify what we do… so we said hey… if we increase your rankings overall, we get paid… and we don’t get paid if you don’t.

      Our model may not work for your situation, but it’s certainly not a con. The people behind our company have an incredible reputation in the industry and our customers speak for us.

      Thanks for the comment!

  12. Ivin says:

    Hello Michael. As is the general feeling here, it may be a bit much for one kewyord. I maintain certain low competition keywords on Google with anchor text I place through keywords doing various guest posts. I WOULD, on the other hand, pay that $450 if the kwyword was highly competitive, like say… ‘Make Money Online’, or ‘Make Money Blogging’.

    THAT would definitely be worth it… if the rank was #1 on Google for that keyword?

    1. It is NOT for 1 keyword or 1 phrase, read my commenter above.

    2. Party Ideas says:

      Humm…!!
      Lvin Michael can let you know better about this matter because Michael is a outspoken man indeed.

  13. Hello,
    They are charging too much… we too provide the same service, and we charge only on Committed Keyword Positions, So if i tell you that i will charge $200 for ranking a Keyword “Car Rental LA” on Top 3 Positions, then you have to pay me only when you see the rankings, and apart from that there is a 30 Day Guarantee for that keyword.

    Thanks
    PricePerRank.com

    1. RankPop.com says:

      @PricePerRank.com

      That’s a great business model as well! Good for you guys!

      It’s awesome seeing SEO companies start to focus on results. We built our company out of frustration in the industry.

      I think the difference is we don’t actually charge for a specific position. Like if a customer wants to increase rankings for say:

      Keyword Search Volume
      car rental los angeles 1900
      los angeles car rental 1300
      rental car los angeles 880
      los angeles rental car 720
      cheap car rentals los angeles 590

      We focus on those. Once they rank for those we can move onto other phrases like:

      car rentals los angeles 590
      cheap car rental los angeles 590
      los angeles car rentals 590
      exotic car rental los angeles 480
      luxury car rental los angeles 480

      (obvisouly, we pull out anything that’s not relevant with the customer).

      Clients don’t have to keep paying for the same keyword month after month.

      Some clients have us work on up to 10 silo’d phrases instead of 5 as well.

      So, I appreciate you saying we charge too much… but I know what our margins are as well as the money we’ve made for our customers… and remember… there’s enough business out there for everyone.

      🙂

      1. Erwin Miradi says:

        Haha Nice. I like the way you answer it.

  14. As mentioned, it’s for more than 1 keyword. What happens if none of your keywords move during the month? Do you still pay the $450 monthly charge? Of course, if they all #1, you can’t know. But for #2, #3, they are not at the top yet.

    Like Property Marbella mentioned, 1 of the 20-30 would move with a little SEO thus forcing you to pay for a secondary keyword.

    But with $450/month you could:
    Get your top 4 targeted keywords on home page network with high PR for $250, For secondary keywords: $25 for a comment runs, $25 for profiles, $50 for articles, 50 for linkwheels,.$25 to index those backlinks all this and to get backlinks diversification. Scale it down to save money by targeting only the top 4 keywords

    Many offer monthly SEO and yes, you would deal with many third parties instead of one. But once setup, you are on auto pilot … SEO wise.

    I am sure they control part of their network but also remove links if you don’t pay thus allowing a competitor to take your spot if you leave. But, they also get other sources they can’t control(diversification) thus the SEO will still be there if you leave.

    For example, they probably have a home page PR network of 100-200 domains they could place you main keyword.. If you start #12 then I could see you move to #8 in a few days. They would drip feed it to look like natural linking over 1-2 months and you would also move slowly to top 3-1 in no time. Remove the link and so your will not be in the top 5 position anymore.

    You have pros and cons using this service but at $450 …

    1. RankPop.com says:

      Hi again, Steve:

      You’re giving my fingers a workout this morning… but all great questions. Here we go.

      🙂

      As mentioned, it’s for more than 1 keyword. What happens if none of your keywords move during the month? Do you still pay the $450 monthly charge? Of course, if they all #1, you can’t know. But for #2, #3, they are not at the top yet.

      Like Property Marbella mentioned, 1 of the 20-30 would move with a little SEO thus forcing you to pay for a secondary keyword.

      This would be decided during an online meeting with the client, because it’s so based on industry and such. However, as an example, if you’re at number 2 for a phrase, we’ll keep building that one but would recommend going after some stuff that is at the bottom of page 1 or maybe even non existant at the moment. It depends… but we’re not trying to scam anyone. Our customers feel that we’re on their side and we legitimately help them. So, “forcing you to pay” is something that our company is just not about.

      On that note though, I’m not sure what you mean by “pay for a secondary keyword.” We have a few clients that will have us work on 10 pages of their site at the same time, and these people simply pay for multiple pages rather than one. They want things escalated and we make it happen. They always pay after the work’s done, which makes them feel good.

      But with $450/month you could:
      Get your top 4 targeted keywords on home page network with high PR for $250, For secondary keywords: $25 for a comment runs, $25 for profiles, $50 for articles, 50 for linkwheels,.$25 to index those backlinks all this and to get backlinks diversification. Scale it down to save money by targeting only the top 4 keywords

      Many offer monthly SEO and yes, you would deal with many third parties instead of one. But once setup, you are on auto pilot … SEO wise.

      You absolutely can do that, if it’s what you want to do. The people that use us don’t want to do that though. Many of them are busy running their companies and making sure their customers are happy.

      No one’s forcing you to use RankPop, Steve. 😉

      It’s simply another option, but we’re not for everyone. Obviously, it can be done for less than $450 a month if you want to do the work. If it couldn’t, we wouldn’t make any money.

      I am sure they control part of their network but also remove links if you don’t pay thus allowing a competitor to take your spot if you leave.

      We NEVER delete links, we feel it’s one of the unethical practices that gave this industry a bad name. Don’t be a hater! haha

      And, yes… diversity is a HUGE part of what we do which helps us get paid and our clients continue to get results.

      For example, they probably have a home page PR network of 100-200 domains they could place you main keyword.. If you start #12 then I could see you move to #8 in a few days. They would drip feed it to look like natural linking over 1-2 months and you would also move slowly to top 3-1 in no time. Remove the link and so your will not be in the top 5 position anymore.

      We do not have a home page network of any kind. That’s another thing that gave the industry a bad name. As I mentioned above, we also don’t remove links.

      RankPop.com was built for long term clients. We’re not here for a quick buck. We have 4 other companies that do really well for us, we just believe that there’s not a need any longer to charge $3,500 a month for SEO. Frankly, over the years, we have taken all of the link building that we used to do manually, and we have created proprietary software to automate a lot of it. We’re still writing and we don’t spin (panda) content.

      I hope this helps, Steve.

  15. fas says:

    Pay after getting results is awesome!

  16. Not bad at all since you only pay once you get results.

    1. SportsNub says:

      Yes, it is very good type of services and I like the way they work. Hope to try out soon.

    2. Lalit says:

      Yes, I agree with you.

  17. GamesDunia says:

    Actually is a Critical Part and most expensive part for Web Business and always it need to handle carefully.

  18. Lalit says:

    It is good isea to pay once you get results but is there any upper limit for time duration.

    1. RankPop.com says:

      We focus on one month increments. So, once we start we send a ranking report and then in 30 days if we have increased rankings, we are compensated… if we haven’t… we don’t get compensated.

      Thanks for the question!

      1. SportsNub says:

        That is great and the unique thing I have found in your services. I would surely try you guys with one of my sites.

  19. That guy looks like such a nerd in the picture how you cannot trust them?

    1. Erwin Miradi says:

      Well, if these guys are really nerds then I think it should be a reason not to trust them.

  20. Aktientipps says:

    Hi there,

    looks like a great service. However does it work at all for other languages than English? For a German site for instance?

    Best,
    Andre

    1. RankPop.com says:

      Hi Aktlentipps… Great question!

      And… theoretically, yes… but I need to say that isn’t our strong suit.

      We have a client in Germany… but it’s an english speaking site that is marketing in the states… so it doesn’t really count.

      So, if you have a site in another country (other than Canada) I would say that there are probably service providers that are stronger than we are.

  21. Dan Thorley says:

    There are a number of companies offering variations on this service. I highly recommend any Internet Marketer to outsource at least a part of their SEO work. But do make sure you do your homework first.

    1. SportsNub says:

      Yes, true Dan. Internet Marketer should outsource SEO for the best results and also they would save a lot of time.

  22. Eric Burnett says:

    Great blog post John, you have so much value on this site. I will be back to visit often.

    Eric

    1. SportsNub says:

      Eric, it’s not John who wrote this blog post. It is actually Michael who was wrote it. 🙂

    2. Erwin Miradi says:

      John’s blog always provide nice information. But by the way, this one is written by Micheal Kwan, just so you know.

  23. fazal mayar says:

    paying after getting results sounds promising doesnt it 😀

    1. SportsNub says:

      Yes, surely. That’s the best thing I have found till now.

      1. fazal mayar says:

        yep so you are sure to get what you want before showing them the money, its a good deal for me

  24. cash4wealth says:

    chow ,

    that really sound interesting will see to that then .results after payment sounds good anyway.

  25. allan stuart says:

    i don’t know whether it is cheap or not.. i ever apply for any seo firm before,
    but the money back guaranteed seem interesting… the downside is that, if we only increase one spot, it is consider an improvement… ???

    they should state something like if we get you to first page , then you have to pay 🙂

  26. Never heard of Rankpop.com until recently. Looks like a good service. 450$ per month is not a big deal if we get results and plus the pay only when you see results is a very attractive strategy.

    What are the chances that if we loose our rankings after being ranked well after a certain period of time. Will we get a refund or we have to pay again to rank it well once more?

    1. SportsNub says:

      That’s the questions, I have as well. Would wait for an answer…

    2. Erwin Miradi says:

      Yeah.. Since there’s no answer about that yet, then I think that must be the way it works. We pay again if we wanna get ranked well again.

  27. SportsNub says:

    This thing looks good, I would surely like to give it a try as because it can be very helpful for my business.

    1. Erwin Miradi says:

      Yeah I think you should try that out. Please let us know the result when you’re done.

  28. GamesDunia says:

    Well I visit their site more then 3 times and still i’m checking their offer and i think they will be handy for me.

  29. GamesDunia says:

    It is really great that the site Author is here and thank you very much for being with us.

    1. Party Ideas says:

      Yeah indeed great & Michael this is my great pleasure that i’m reading your post.

  30. Depending on your industry, link building can be so time consuming and a hassle that becomes a time thief. If you’re in a non-competitive industry, then I’ve witnessed that only a few quality links are needed to get your free rankings. However, in national e-commerce industries, you need to constantly be on the lookout for ways to streamline your link building.

    And it’s difficult to scale. If you’re in a competitive industry, why not outsource SEO? Especially if there’s no upfront cost. That way you can focus on the things that require your expertise- conversion, PPC, etc. Things that you can’t outsource as efficiently as link building.

  31. GamesDunia says:

    The Author is here and it is really great to look at.

  32. Party Ideas says:

    When you know how to do it then certainly SEO is easy.well it’s a huge post.

    1. Erwin Miradi says:

      Yes, SEO is actually easy to do. But it is so easy everybody can do it, that’s why the competition is the hardest part.

      1. Robin says:

        Yes I agree with your Ervin.

  33. Party Ideas says:

    Seo of course we are looking for tips and resources and tools to help our community members thrive online.

  34. Party Ideas says:

    & visitors to search engines that use keyword phrases are generally using them to search for something on the Internet.

  35. Great I will signup today itself

  36. The best things i like is their color and branding system, icon and logo.

  37. GamesDunia says:

    Me too, i will check it today.

  38. Erwin Miradi says:

    This isn’t the first service with tagline “Guaranteed Result”. But from the review, I think I should try this out.

  39. Personally I do SEO for my own sites and when I do it for client sites (through the company I work for) we charge close to $200 USD per hour. So there is nothing wrong with the price RankPOP asks for, only that it is a bit low 🙂

    Personally I prefer quality above quantity, but if you can provide both, that’s great.

  40. SEO Malta says:

    Interesting service. At present I do SEO myself but it’s so time consuming. I would consider outsourcing it to someone I trust.

  41. “Only Pay When You Get Results” is certainly a thing which attract 1000s of people to try their services. I will say that its not an entirely new idea but definitely presented in a new format.

  42. Stephane says:

    RankPop billed me $450 (yes, I am not talking about the 1st month for free) yet my website is not ranked in the first 5 pages on any search engine for the given keywords. Still have their report to prove it.

    Paying only when you get results? Hmmm…

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