There is nothing wrong with being, actually. Being an SEO reseller is like having the best of both worlds. Both worlds, as people are busy confusing themselves with whether they ought to be classified as blue-collar or white-collar workers. And as they focus on classifying us vendors, they can spend time giving them both the worlds they need as our beloved consumers.
As SEO resellers, they are often thought of as vendors, ordinary selling machines that offer services and products. They can’t blame them, though. They over it on our name resellers, who resell services from a higher authority called providers. And sometimes, they get carried away with that title. The term itself gets in our mind as if they are only hired or created to be a seller, to be a seller.
As white collar
I bet you have already seen well-prepared, knowledgeable SEO vendors who nail a project by throwing words from their mouth. They are the white-collar SEO guys. They spend lots of time reading books, articles, and write-ups about their own niches and clients market. These textbook vendors often persuade people with their slick lines and an erudite way of speaking, a manner that is substantial in any promotion strategy. Well-versed vendors are those who know their jobs from head to foot, reply to their clients questions on details and close transactions after transactions without exerting much work and wasting time.
As blue collar
Learning things physically and by hand is the best trait any seller ought to must dominate their profession. SEO vendors who allot time probing their own business and clients industry, to the extent of visiting their client’s office and field of operations, are the blue-collar types. They may be not as detail-conscious as the white-collar types but they have this intimate knowledge of a sure niche, knowing it by heart, chiefly through first-hand observation.