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Basically a walkthrough to Xight Interactive's enterprise link building process.
This post is too good; I almost didn't want to share it. Damn you, Jason!
I agree it's a good article. Most of it seemed like best practices for link building in any business and not just for enterprises. I'm curious what the most important differences are for enterprise link building (if any).
I'm pretty sure the tactics are pretty much the same; it's just Jason is positioning himself as the 'enterprise SEO' expert, thus attracting more enterprise clients.
Feel free to jump in and clarify, Jason
I am totally not sharing this... Sorry guys! Too good :)
I know what you mean. You want to keep all the gold nuggets to yourself :)
Agreed! Who cares about getting real world insight into the problems everyone faces the minute they stop working solo?
Nope, not me! And do I really want an in-depth look at these best practices? No way. Give me the easy button.
And the part about using duplicate checker functions on Google spreadsheets so you don't have multiple people contacting the same person? Yawn!
Just give me some lousy outreach templates and a poorly targeted list and let's get it done.
If everyone did what Jason does... what would all those SEO spammers do!?
I just skimmed through the post and from what I picked up seems easy to follow. I'm going to have to read it thoroughly!
Truly an insightful guide on link building! With google changing its algorithms every now and then, it has become must to build genuine links for multiple reasons and content surely plays a very crucial role in this case.
Not only just creating good quality content but also by channelizing your efforts in the right direction which will be helpful for your type of business.
Link building surely is an effective way of generating leads if, done the right way.
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