The biggest bubble we have to burst is "I want to be at the top of Google" yes we all do, but unless your competing for key words that nobody else is (your name for example) you have an uphill struggle ahead. Yes of course it can be done, but it can not be done in a way that's sustainable without a lot of ongoing regular effort over a period of time. Google long ago got wise to the instant fix mentality, and as we have said many times just adding spammy banner links will do more harm than good.
Unfortunately this is not what people want to hear, we have probably lost more work on this one point than any other, if we just told people what they wanted to hear, "yes we can guarantee first place listings in a week" we would have more business but a lot of unhappy clients and a lot more stress. I know that when we tell potential clients this, some, while they say they accept it rush into the embrace of another designer who just tells them what they want to hear.
Another we regularly hear is "I want to be very exclusive" that's fine, it's a laudable ambition if that's your thing, but try applying the logic of a normal career to escorting just for a minute. Nearly everyone starts at the bottom (pun intended), to be at what you perceive to be the top of the tree you have to serve your time, build your experience, techniques, contacts and skills. Like most things, these all require time and hard work, and while we can make your website to portray you as professionally as possible without the investment in the core skills of both escorting, and business, it will likely be doomed to failure.
It's not all doom and gloom!
Anyone can succeed, on Google or in life but like a Swan the outer appearance of easy progress is usually fuelled by a lot of paddling below the surface.
Just remember that nearly everything worth achieving takes effort, work and time, and if anyone tries to offer you something that sounds too good to be true, or is exactly what you wanted to hear, put on your sceptical hat and just make sure your just not going to be very disappointed. There is no crystal ball of course, but stand back, reassess and temper your enthusiasm with a bit of realism and you will get where you want to be eventually.