If you are a blogger or webmaster, you are likely looking high and low for a freelance SEO provider and finding it just a little bit difficult. Freelance SEO or even SEO is not an easy thing to come by. It requires a great deal of experience and training to get the art of SEO down just right. Many people will come to you saying they know all there is to know about SEO, but nine times out of ten, you will find that they while they might know bits and pieces, they do not know enough.
Freelance SEO providers are required to keep up with algorithms associated with search engines, as well as programs and technicalities of the field. Most often, the really great freelance SEO providers already have several websites they are currently working on, therefore, are able to show examples of work.
Freelance SEO (search engine optimization) is a combination of many things from links and keyword optimization to articles. It might be necessary to hire several people that are experienced in one area of SEO, which may be a lot easier than trying to find one person possessing all the skills that are available to help you out on your website.
Either way you go, make sure you check out examples of freelance SEO work. See some websites they have worked on, look at their page ranks and search engine results on specific keywords. Check with the webmasters to ensure that the freelance SEO provider did indeed do the work they claim. Look at their style and make sure it clicks with your own as well.
If you post a project on a freelance website, look at the feedback of the person. If they are an experience freelance SEO provider they will have several positive feedback to back up their claims. That is not to say that you should not consider someone with no feedback if they can provide verifiable samples or references. If they have no feedback it could mean they are new to the site or even new to the freelance world, but have the necessary experience in SEO to do the job for you.