Legal Advice For A Chandler SEO Agency
We receive many inquiries from local businesses regarding the legalities of certain business practices that may pertain to specific industries. For instance, we had a small business owner that provides Chandler SEO to business in Chandler as well as Ahwatukee and Mesa. The question they had was this. “Should we be signing clients up for our SEO services with legally binding contracts”. The answer is pretty short and sweet, yes. Any business providing services for other business (B to B) should not only legally protect themselves, but should also provide a sense of insurance with the patterning business that the work will be done. A general contractor should go into a home and provide a quote for a project, then prepare a contract that commits him as the provider of the service and them as the payee to the service provider to the project. This should also be the case when an SEO agency takes over the maintenance and management of a website, there should be some form of documentation clearing you of any responsibility should the website encounter issues while under the maintenance contract. There are many unforeseen variables that an SEO agency would have no control over that could appear to be the result of negligence. SEO agencies in Chandler have a responsibility to optimize the best business in their city for search. This could include nearby cities as well, especially if the service areas of a given company stretch beyond the Chandler city limits. Search Engine Optimization is and should not be presented as a guaranteed result, but rather a term of service for a given number of days that will improve search results. Legal obligations that may cause problems for a Miami SEO agency could be false promises of Google Page 1 positions for a business. While many SEO companies in Chandler may be able to provide businesses with stellar results. It would not be a wise business decision to legally bind yourself to those results as the algorithm has proved to be volatile leaving many businesses struggling to get their website found on page 1 of Google. To summarize our long-winded answer for this local agency, we highly suggest you create service contracts to protect your agency and the online presence of your paying clients.