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Have you ever heard of topseos.com?
Well, in the digital marketing world, TopSEOs is a big deal since they identify and rank the best marketing agencies across the web through a rigorous evaluation process.
Since we aim only for the best content for Linkody users, we decided to interview the CEOs of 8 multi-million dollar agencies from the “Top 100 SEO companies” ranking (where you can also see their revenues, employee count, retention rates and more interesting stats).
Just like in our latest popular post, where we asked 12 SEO experts for advice on 5 evergreen SEO questions, you’ll again learn some practical tips & strategies which you can apply right away for your own aspiring digital business.
Here are the 6 questions that we asked The Creative Momentum, Be Found Online, Rocket 55, Straight North, 1Digital Agency, PageTraffic, 1st on the List and E2M:
- Is it more practical for a digital agency to focus on a specific niche or keep the spectrum broad and why?
- What’s your top advice for digital agencies to get more clients?
- What are the determining factors that will get a potential prospect browsing your website contact you?
- How do you deal with over demanding customers?
- How do you keep people on your team focused and productive?
- Which channels (e.g. word of mouth, paid ads, cold outreach etc.) have contributed most to your growth?
This is a guest post by Tony Messer, founder at Pickaweb website hosting company.
You’ve been there before.
We all have.
After experiencing a successful blogging campaign that lead to an increased customer base, audience engagement, and conversions, you reach a plateau in which your content is no longer generating excitement.
How could this be?
The answer is already in front of you.
Your successful blogging campaign was a successful blogging campaign.
But there’s so much more you could be offering your audience.
Whether you think link building works in 2016, or you think it doesn’t work – you’re right. A futile effort or your best return on investment is what you make out of link building.
It’s is not black or white.
For every tactic you tell me is good, I can show you how it could be bad. For every tactic you tell me is wrong, I can find a scenario where it could be right.
– Eric Ward, author of the “Ultimate Guide to Link Building”
With the rise of organic tactics and holistic SEO, more and more marketers will focus on creating meaningful connections. More SEOs will steer away from shameless promotion and focus on helping people be smarter, happier, richer.
This post contains 34, no-BS evergreen link building tactics that still work in 2016, and guaranteed to get you quality backlinks. Because why fixing something that already works?
As simple as they are, you still have to make them actually work by applying some common sense:
- Be relevant. Focus on opportunities that are more targeted, rather than using the spray and pray approach.
- Create a connection with your prospects. Don’t drop the bomb before you even had said “hi”.
- Don’t promote – serve. Respect is key.
- Kill them with kindness when you get rejected. Because you will get rejected. Especially if you’re just starting out with link building.
This post should act as a quick reference for almost any link building tactic out there. Brainstorm with them, jot down the tactics you like and get to work.
Let’s cut to the chase.
Getting Things Done sounds nice in theory.
But when your task list has 20 things for you to accomplish today, and you only have time for about 5 of those, where do you begin?
There’s no shortage of books, posts and apps promising to help you squeeze in a few more ways to get stuff done. To zero your inbox like a zen productivity master.
These tips might buy you a few minutes here and there. But between client deadlines, emails to return, employees to follow up with, and sales calls to return, you probably need another eight hours.
The trick isn’t to look for MORE things to do, but less. Find the big wins based on bad practices, and turn them upside down.
Here are 5 things you should be doing while running an agency right now, but probably aren’t. Continue reading
One of the most requested features here at Linkody backlink tracker has been the possibility of multiple people within the same organization to work on a different client projects, all from 1 Linkody account.
Announcing the ability for Linkody Pro and Agency account owners to provide unique logins for their team members. Pro accounts are entitled on up to 2 users and Agency, up to 5 users. Continue reading
In this quick guide you’ll learn how to add competitors to Linkody, keep track of their linkbuild strategies and how to add their backlinks as prospect links.
While on your 30-day free Linkody trial, you will be able to add 1 competitor to one of your domains, for a total of 2 domains and 500 links monitored.
So far you’ve learned how to add domains, manually add links & how to make use of Linkody’s email reports. It’s time to move the focus to your competitors. Continue reading