Is Rogers Outrank an Inexpensive Website Solution Or a Scam Operation?
The hype sounds great. Rogers Outrank promises to create a very cheap website for your business and drive more high quality patients to your clinic. And, it sounds like a solution to a challenge many businesses are facing. That is, over 80% of people search for local businesses on the Internet, but only 45% of Canadian businesses in the small to medium size range have a website, according to Yodle, Rogers Outrank’s parent company.
What is more, the company is listed in the Adwords Premier SMB Partner Program. A company needs to do four things to be a Google Partner:
- Pass certification tests.
- Make a Google Partners company profile.
- Meet the Spend requirement.
- Use best practices.
This status doesn’t guarantee that person will handle your Adwords campaign. Most likely a junior PPC representative will do it. However, they have to be doing something right to get the certification.
They also have listed on their website testimonials from some impressive clients, coming from both local companies and nationwide companies such as Red Robin. These reviews are hand-selected for their unwavering positivity, as most website testimonials are. It’s hard to find positive reviews off their site, but these testimonials are most likely legitimate.
Yet, many small to medium business owners are beginning to question whether the service is worth the price. While Rogers Outrank does have its fans, a growing number of professionals are thinking twice about using the company’s services. Why? The experiences of people who have dealt directly with the company can shed light on the situation.