Every team needs a visionary--someone who has hands-on experience and can lay out the tasks that each member of the
team should be working on. If that's you--then great! If not, Jackson warns that you'll need to be prepared to pay up. Next on the list is a project/client services manager--a player that, in addition
to breaking down the "geek speak" for clients, needs to keep things progressing on time and help keep everyone else accountable for their part of the project.
Implementers (or search strategists) are also an integral part of the team, as they're the ones who handle the day-to-day tasks of campaign management and analysis. "These people may be recent college graduates (computer sciences, journalism, marketing studies--if you can find someone who had a double major in computer sciences and marketing, grab 'em), junior-level Web/application developers, copywriters with a technical bend, and others with similar traits," Jackson says. Specialists like social media mavens and technical- or marketing-minded SEOS round out the team