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Working out ROI spreadsheet?

Discussion in 'SEO & SEM Discussions' started by helloworld, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. helloworld

    helloworld Membership: VIP

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    I was wondering if anyone had a excel spreadsheet (or similar) for working out potential ROI for clients/potential clients?
     
  2. James

    James Membership: VIP

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    Yeah I do for internal use in Excel.

    It is not hard to make an ROI calculation year on year in excel.

    Expenses
    time cost
    Client cost.

    List of clients, ROI calculation.

    I even did this with all the domains I owned a while ago, but have been lazy and have not updated it in recent times.
     
  3. goldnugget

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    Office has several templates available for free download. If you open excel and click new> templates > reports >analysis worksheets . (downloaded from MS...need to be online)

    Hope it helps and is probably easier to modify existing then set up new ones, chuck in a couple of line graphs along side the data and jobs done.

    If you have issues, let me know via DM with your direct email and I'll see if I can download and send you a couple to play with.
     
  4. helloworld

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    Cheers, James & Goldnugget. I think I saw those MS spreadsheets a while back, will have another look for them