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    How to identify a good SEO from a Bad
    When I was going through the thread SEO, I came across a reply saying that one should identify a good SEO before hiring one.

    How do you identify a good SEO from the list of affiliates who have registered with your affiliate program?

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    Why are you thinking of hiring from your affiliate program members? They get rankings for themselves.

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    HI Andbeyond,

    I just want to identify the SEO affiliates who have joined our program and make them active. We are part of three networks and there are so many affiliates who have joined our program and only few are active. I would be interested in making the inactive affiliates active.

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