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Jul 3rd, 2020
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  1. Price for freelancer SEO ?
  2. What is price for white hat SEO and Black hat SEO, as working freelancer ?
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  14. Hourly pricing for white hat SEO - $5
  15. Hourly pricing for Black hat SEO - $50
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  17. The above pricing is for a working freelancer. If it's sleeping freelancer, the prices are reduced in half.
  18. is this a market price ?
  19. It's wholesale price. The market price is usually a little extra and depends on the market's competition and demand.
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  21. Depends on your work.
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  23. SEO work is usually done as consulting jobs.
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  25. It goes case by case.
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  27. Mission impossible's are more expensive, for obvious reasons (you'll put in more hours).
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  29. Other easier jobs can be done cheaper to please the customer.
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  31. White Hat SEO U$ 1 / hour
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  33. Black Hat SEO = U$ 120 per hour
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  35. (The WH pricing is kinda tongue in cheek but U$ 120 for BH can be realistic in some cases.)
  36. It depends on what you do and what you have.
  37. If you have stuff in SEO, you can earn more.
  38. Yeah it is depends on your work. So we have to know what type of works you need ?
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  40. Hourly pricing for white hat SEO - $5
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  42. Hourly pricing for Black hat SEO - $50
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  44. The above pricing is for a working freelancer. If it's sleeping freelancer, the prices are reduced in half.
  45. Ever since I decided I wanted to be an SEO super expert wizard freelancer, I new I wanted to be a sleeping SEO super expert wizard freelancer.
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  48. You will only ever regret the chances you didn't take.?
  49. Well not sure if there is any fixed amount/hr anyone can quote, It depends on various factors, like number of keywords yo are targeting, competition for those keywords, any local packs etc . Also experienced guys with proven track records may quote bit higher than standard industry rates and newbies will agree on any rate for you.
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  58. China has banned live streaming, threatened their largest domestic social networks, shut down chat bots, require extensive multimedia review: "an industry association circulated new regulations that at least two "auditors" will, with immediate effect, be required to check all audiovisual content posted online" AND they force users to install spyware on their devices.
  59. In spite of all those restrictions, last year "Chinese consumers spent $5.5 trillion through mobile payment platforms, about 50 times more than their American counterparts." In the last quarter Baidu had ?¥20.87 billion in revenues, with 72% of their revenues driven by mobile.
  60. People can not miss that which they've never seen, thus platform socialism works. Those who doubt it will be tracked & scored accordingly.
  61. History, as well, can be scrubbed. And insurance companies watch everything in real-time - careful what you post. The watchful eye of the Chinese pre-crime team is also looking over every move.
  62. Last quarter Facebook had revenues of $9.164 billion, with 87% coming from mobile devices.
  63. pic.twitter.com/JlPBSlmKlw— banksy (@thereaIbanksy) September 16, 2020
  64. Simulacrum has ALMOST been perfected:
  65. "We didn't have a choice to know any life without iPads or iPhones. I think we like our phones more than we like actual people." ... "Rates of teen depression and suicide have skyrocketed since 2020. It's not an exaggeration to describe iGen as being on the brink of the worst mental-health crisis in decades. Much of this deterioration can be traced to their phones." ... "Teens who spend more time than average on screen activities are more likely to be unhappy, and those who spend more time than average on nonscreen activities are more likely to be happy."
  66. pic.twitter.com/QBLBXIDDLK— banksy (@thereaIbanksy) August 24, 2020
  67. The web is becoming easier to get addicted to due to personalization algorithms that reinforce our worldviews even as they make us feel more isolated and left out. And the barrier to entry for consumers into one of the few central gatekeeper ecosystems is dropping like a rock due to the falling cost of mobile devices, coupled with with images & video displacing text making literacy optional. As we become more "connected" we feel more isolated:
  68. "Social isolation, loneliness or living alone was each a significant factor contributing to premature death. And each one of these factors was a more significant risk factor for dying than obesity. ... No one knows precisely why loneliness is surging, threatening the lives of many millions of people, but it does seem that the burgeoning use of technology may have something to do with it. Personally, I would contend that technology may be the chief factor fueling it."
  69. The primary role of the big data mining companies is leveraging surveillance for social engineering
  70. Unsettling that according to Mark Zuckerberg purpose of Facebook is forced social engineering. From "World Without Mind" by Franklin Foer: pic.twitter.com/CHRnefg9m2— Murtaza Hussain (@MazMHussain) October 8, 2020
  71. App Annie expects the global app economy to be worth $6.3 trillion by 2021.
  72. The reason those numbers can easily sound fake & mobile can seem overblown is how highly concentrated usage has become: "over 80 percent of consumer time on mobile devices is now spent on the apps, websites and properties" of just five companies: Facebook, Google, Apple, Yelp and Bing.
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