Is This Service Right For You?
Don’t worry, our blogger outreach service can be used for ANY SEO project. Here are some examples:
Are you a marketing or SEO agency that struggles to get quality link placements for your clients? Our blogger outreach service is your solution. Don’t forget: our reports are white label, so you can get the credit for the work.
Are you trying to grow your affiliate website through SEO, but need more quality links? Using our service will allow you to focus on other important elements of your affiliate business such as creating content and improving your conversions. Don’t waste your time trying to acquire backlinks when we can do it for you.
Are you trying to grow your own business using SEO? The good news is that you don’t have to do it ALL yourself. You need to spend time growing your business. Leave that silly (often confusing) link building stuff to us.
Not only do us our blogger outreach service get you quality link placements, but it actually improves your SEO performance. Here examples of websites that have grown their organic search traffic by using the exact links from this service:
5 Reasons Why Our Service is Different
1. We Don’t Use PBNs!
We use genuine outreach and have no access or control to any of the sites we get you backlinks on.
2. Your Link is Placed Within the Body of the Content
We get your backlink placed within the actual meat of the article. It is a true contextual backlink. Your backlink will look like a natural recommendation/vote for your site.
We stay away from silly author bi-line backlinks because they:
A) leave a huge footprint and B) don’t work very well.
3. Your Link is Surrounded by Other High-Quality Outbound Links
Linking out to multiple sources builds credibility for the blog and your backlink. That’s why we place at least two other relevant outbound links in each piece of content. Your link will be in good company!
4. Your Content is Written by Native English Speakers
Every single article where your backlink lives will be written by a native English speaker. The content is so good that you can show your boss.
5. You Get White Label Reports
We do the hard work and you get the credit. Simple as that.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is “DA”?
DA stands for Domain Authority. Domain Authority is a third-party metric created by the company Moz. We use it to measure the strength and quality of a link opportunity.
How Long is the Content?
By default, your link will be placed in a 500-word article. There is an option to upgrade your content to 1,000 or 1,500 words. We recommend varying your content length to decrease footprints.
Are This Links “Safe”?
Buying backlinks is against Google’s guidelines and therefore, there is always a risk. But when compared to other options, these backlinks are the safest option because they are on real websites. Keep in mind: you are investing in a process when you use our service. You aren’t simply buying a link placement. You are paying us to prospect, outreach, write content, and get you a quality link.
Do You Accept All Niches?
We don’t accept pharma, gambling, adult or anything illegal/unethical.
What About Anchor Text?
Geo-targeted anchor text is the only type of anchor we do not allow because it leaves too big a footprint. An example of a geo-targeted anchor text is “St. Louis plumber”. In most cases, the blogger will remove the “St. Louis” portion of your anchor text.
Can I Pre-Approve the Content?
Sorry, we do not allow for pre-approval of content. The reason is that your content is in a ghost-written format. Meaning, it will never be about your brand or service. It will always be an educational piece of content that naturally links to your website as a resource.
What About Refunds?
There are no refunds for our service because you’re paying for a process. We have fulfilled thousands of blogger outreach orders and never had a single person request a refund.
How to Use This Service Effectively
We use these exact links for our clients and other SEO projects. Here are some tips to get the most out of this service:
Mix and Match Your DA
Let me start by saying that it’s natural for the majority of your links to come from lower authority websites (DA 40 or below). This should be obvious since it is harder to get higher authority backlinks. With that said, you should diversify your link authority. For example, instead of ordering (x5) DA 10 + link placements, you should mix it up and order (x1) DA 10, (x1) DA 20, and (x1) DA 30. Keep in mind that your DA will naturally vary when you order multiple placements. For example, let’s say you decide to order (x5) DA 10 + placements. We wouldn’t just land you placements on DA 10 websites. We would land you placements on websites ranging from DA 10 – DA 19.
Diversify Your Target Pages
While it’s natural to have a high percentage of backlinks hitting your homepage, you should still target other pages on your site. The best pages to hit are often content-rich and keyword-targeted.
Use Your Anchor Text Intelligently
The days of having to spam exact match anchor text are long over. Google’s algorithms are capable of understanding what a page is about without anchor text. As a general rule of thumb, the majority of your anchors should be branded. Examples of “branded” anchor text are “Agency Buddy” or “AgencyBuddy.com”. Use keyword-rich anchors sparingly and infrequently.
Vary Your Word Count
As mentioned above, by default, your link will be placed within a 500-word article. If you want to reduce footprints and keep things as “natural” as possible, then you should consider using different word counts. For example, if you order (x3) placements, it would be a good strategy to use the default length (500 words), 1,000 words, and 1,500 words.
Be Consistent, but Keep it Random
Ordering new link placements on a consistent basis is a good idea, but you need to keep things random. If you are going to order monthly, always randomize how many you order. For example, order (x5) in month one, (x3) in month two, (x7) in month three, etc.
Back in 2012, you would see results from backlinks in as little as days or weeks. Things are different now. Backlinks take longer to see an effect because Google takes longer to “trust” backlinks. Be patient and stay the course.