Link building takes a lot of time. Just securing 10-20 links a month can be nerve-wracking. But by aligning resources, you can create a program that can help you earn Banner Design hundreds of links in a month. On October 14, I hosted a sponsored Search Engine Journal webinar presented by Kevin Rowe, Founder and CEO of PureLinq. He shared a link building workflow that helped his team generate over 600 links in 30 days. Here is a recap of the presentation. How to Build Banner Design Hundreds of Links in a Month (With Fewer Resources) From zero to 600 links in just 30 days? It may seem unrealistic, but Rowe's small team pulled off this feat. To achieve similar results, you'll need a different set of technologies and resources than you currently have.
Also keep in mind that you want to build quality links Banner Design that will actually have a positive impact on your rankings, both in the short and long term. In the article, editorial links are what usually work for this purpose. You don't need to do 10 different types of link building tactics. Stick to a tactic that has impact, can impact rankings, and is scalable. Benchmarks Banner Design Before you start your email outreach, it's important to know the benchmarks of email marketing. This data from Mailchimp is a good resource that can help you predict and track campaign metrics. Email Marketing and Link Building Metrics Rowe's team used the same Mailchimp data to calculate the metrics. In order to get 600 links based on general open rates, you are looking for a prospect list of around Banner Design 40,000.
You have to build that prospect list carefully and that's going to take time. Elements of a Link Building Program Each link building program is made up of different Banner Design phases and the time required to accomplish each component varies. Elements of a Link Building Program Some components can be semi-automated. But if you want to build a robust list and get a high conversion rate, you really need to spend some time on the following areas: List building Identify sites. Quality check. Personalized emails. Targeting by niche / site. Sequencing. Contents. Create an infographic Banner Design or study. Sensitization. Email sites or make phone calls. To avoid low response rates, you also want to make sure you're offering something that matches the readership of the website you're targeting. Sure, you can try to come up with a personal, personalized approach for a blogger – but that's not realistic. If you go the traditional route, you'll likely need 15-48 full-time employees to build 600 links with over 30,000 emails. Here is an estimate: