Link building is one of the most crucial factors to rank on top of search results. And for your link building campaign to be successful, you must place links on the best websites.
Finding out what these sites are, however, is a time-consuming process. Not to mention, you have to ensure that they will agree to place a link to your site, which isn’t always the case.
In this post, I will show you my process of finding link prospects for my outreach campaigns. My goal is to hasten the process so I can deliver results to clients fast. Continue reading
The competition for views and shares has never been stiffer. You can no longer write and post about anything on your blog and expect it to land on top of the search results right away. If you want to get anywhere with your content, you need to pay as much attention to getting backlinks as your content. One of the most reliable ways to generate those links is through guest posting.
The underlying idea behind guest posting is to raise the rankings of a piece of content on your site. With more of the right kind of backlinks, the rankings of your content will move up the search rankings. Today, we will walk you through the steps you need to follow to land a guest post spot. Let’s start at the beginning. Continue reading
Following a series of interviews with François from Linkody, we have agreed to publish a guest post in which I give an update on my history, services, team, customers and how I work with the Linkody tool.
In under 5 minutes, you’ll learn how Linkody notifies you when you gain or lose backlinks, when there’s a problem with one of your backlinks, or when a competitor has gained new links. Continue reading
The article will explain all there is to know about the detailed data & metrics that Linkody provides for each link and how to check quality of backlinks.
Discover through this study what criteria should be taken into account for a successful link baiting strategy that provides natural links.
100 random web professionals were asked about the characteristic of the last natural link they got. The results of this study are presented in the following infographic.
(Infographic kindly provided by Eskimoz and translated from this post). Continue reading