I'm sure these calls do not single out Realtors, every professional must receive them as well. For a time I kept receiving so many calls that I thought.. hey! maybe I should dig in further to see if they really could put me on page 1 of google. The conversation went like this;
Caller: Sir, we want to offer our services and put you on page 1 of Google.
Me: Thats great, may I ask.. where are you located?
Caller: We are in Portland, OR
Me: Awsome.. and what is the name of your company?
Caller: We are so & so corp. (I dont want to name them)
Me: Great, and you are in the SEO business correct?
Caller: Yes we are!
Me: Wonderfull, I'm in front of my computer right now.. Let me google "SEO companies in Portland, OR
Me: I've just googled those words and your company does not show up on page 1 of Google.
Me: So you're asking me to pay you for something you cannot even do for your own company?
Caller: Hangs up.
A while goes by and these calls minimised. Guess I was not the only one that had this concern.
Today a new wave of calls started entering my voicemail. This call was somewhat different so I answered. It went like this;
Caller: We are calling to let you know that your business is not registered on Google.
Me: As far as I know, my business is registered on Google. Ok thank you for that. What is the name of your business so I can update my records?
Me: If you don't know the name of my business, how would you know it was not registered?
Caller: Hangs up.
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