Introduction is a website owned and operated by the Neil Patel family of companies.

Full story is Neil Patel’s personal website dedicated to promoting his SEO consulting services. is home to his world-famous blog, newsletter, podcast, and various tools, including SEO Analyzer, A/B Testing Calculator, Ubersuggest, and Backlinks checker. describes Neil Patel as “New York Times Bestselling author” and highlights his accolades from various entities and organizations. Patel has been named:

  • One of the top 10 marketers by Forbes,
  • Creator of one of the 100 most brilliant companies by Entrepreneur Magazine,
  • One of the top 100 entrepreneurs under 30 by President Obama, and
  • One of the top 100 entrepreneurs under 35 by the United Nations. is owned and operated by I'm Kind of a Big Deal, LLC, an entity founded and owned by Patel. According to its WhoIs record, the domain was created on October 10, 1997.

How it works

The homepage highlights a four-step process for visitors “ready to start learning marketing.”

Step one is starting a blog. This step is for visitors who don’t have a website. The “start a blog” link sends them to an article by Neil Patel featuring a step-by-step tutorial on how to start a blog. As of April 2020, the article is titled, “How to Start a Blog That Generates $3817 a Month in 2020.”

Step two involves checking out the free SEO tool suite. The link leads visitors to the Ubersuggest tool to increase their website traffic. Ubersuggest gives visitors an overview of their domain, their top SEO pages, keyword suggestions, content ideas, and backlink data.

Step three is improving knowledge by reading Patel’s world-renowned blog. Patel’s blog discuss everything from content and social media to SEO and conversion rate optimization.

Step four is subscribing to the Marketing School podcast. The Marketing School podcast is part of the Neil Patel blog. As of April 2020, the podcast has over 1,350 episodes.

Pricing offers two price plans: free and Pro.

The free plan is for individuals who don’t have a website to get their project started. The free plan includes:

  • One project
  • 20 tracked keywords
  • Weekly rank tracking updates
  • 3 site audit reports per day
  • 5 keyword search reports per day
  • 10 keyword suggestions
  • 10 content ideas
  • 3 competitive analysis reports per day
  • 10 top pages
  • 10 top keywords
  • 3 backlink reports per day
  • 3 months of link history
  • 10 backlink rows
  • 10 days of new and lost link reports.

The Pro plan is for businesses that want higher Google rankings. The Pro plan is $29/month or $290/year when purchasing the annual subscription. The FAQ section suggests, “There are no setups fees, or hidden fees. If you choose the monthly option there are no contracts. If you choose the annual option you will receive 2 months free and have an annual contract.”

The Pro plan includes:

  • 5 projects
  • 500 tracked keywords
  • Daily rank tracking updates
  • Data reporting on rank tracking
  • Unlimited site audit reports per day
  • 10,000 pages per month crawling limited
  • Weekly crawling
  • Historical data on keyword search
  • Unlimited keyword research reports per day
  • 10,000 content ideas
  • 10,000 rows of data exporting per keyword research report
  • Keyword research filtering
  • Historical data competitive analysis
  • Unlimited competitive analysis reports per day
  • 10,000 top pages
  • 100,000 top keywords
  • 10,000 data exporting per competitive analysis report
  • Competitive analysis filtering
  • 500 backlink reports per day
  • 3 years of link history
  • 10,000 backlink rows
  • 30 days of new and lost links
  • 5,000 data exporting per backlink report
  • Banklink filtering

As of April 2020, offers a free trial of the Pro plan. According to its “pricing” page, is trusted by over 547,358 as of April 2020.

Snapshot seems to offer business writing services as an extension of the blog posts it writes. The target audience includes people interested in digital marketing, digital advertising, and search engine optimization. The services are aimed at individuals looking to achieve higher organic rankings in search engines like Google, Bing, and others. The actual writing services are likely business blog posts and social media content delivered through Neil's digital agency—Neil Patel Digital, LLC.

  • Active writers 1
  • Pricing High-End
  • Accepted payment methods
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Business Blog posts, social media content, white papers, website copy, and other business-related documents
Consulting Advice on what to do and how to do it

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Yes, this writing service has a refund policy.

5.3. Fees; Payment Terms; Account Cancellation. 2. All Fees are paid in advance and are refundable for 30 days of the initial purchase unless otherwise stated by a contract between I’m Kind of a Big Deal and the customer. After the 30 day period there will be no refunds or credits for partial months of service, upgrades/downgrades, or for months when you did not use I’m Kind of a Big Deal Advanced Consulting. We reserve the right to deactivate your access to I’m Kind of a Big Deal Advanced Consulting if you fail to pay applicable fees. You must provide current, complete and accurate billing information. You must promptly update all billing information to keep your account current, complete and accurate (such as by furnishing a new billing address, card number or expiration date), and you must promptly notify I’m Kind of a Big Deal if your credit card is canceled (including if you lose your card or it is stolen), or if you become aware of a potential breach of security (such as an unauthorized disclosure or use of your name or password). You authorize us to obtain updated or replacement expiration dates for your credit card in the event that the credit card you provided us expires. We reserve the right to charge any renewal card issued to you as a replacement. You agree to promptly pay I’m Kind of a Big Deal in the event of any refusal of your credit card issuer to pay any amount to I’m Kind of a Big Deal for any reason. You agree to pay all costs of collection, including attorney’s fees and costs, on any outstanding balance. In the event you fail to pay any amount when due, I’m Kind of a Big Deal may immediately suspend or terminate this Agreement and your access to I’m Kind of a Big Deal Advanced Consulting.

Published by on May 21, 2019

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The vendor lists the following automatic renewal terms: "Your subscription will renew automatically, unless we terminate it or you terminate your subscription by providing written or electronic notice through one of the following methods: Email: Mail: I’m Kind of a Big Deal, LLC, ATTN: Termination, 3750 Las Vegas Blvd. S. #3108, Las Vegas, NV 89158. You must cancel your subscription before it renews in order to avoid billing of subscription fees for the renewal term to your credit card."


I'm Kind of a Big Deal, LLC is the parent entity for the Neil Patel family of companies. The company seemingly owns some of Neil Patel's most important and high-traffic web properties, including


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