Content creation and link building go together like peanut butter an jelly, and so that’s what we base our link building strategy on.
“Quality” is not just a fancy word here. If you go for any link building company advertising on Google Adwords, you’ll find may of them are using paid guest post links or just pure spamming.
While not as scary as the old days, there are still ramifications for poor quality link building such as Google Penalties. Even without penalties and filters, a terrible link building campaign is nothing better than throwing your cash into the fire.
We typically work with you on building a top-of funnel content creation strategy that ties in with your company.
We build content that stands on its own and can guide the link building campaign. Typically this means visual assets such as maps and infographics, surveys, or new data studies. (Yes, infographic link building still works if well done).
We then pitch 100+ bloggers and journalists. At the end of the day, they either like it or they don’t. This is the utmost in link quaity, as it requires strict editorial approval.
We’ve built links from sites like Entrepreneur, HubSpot, Yahoo, Lonely Planet and more.
Every business has a budget, from small to large. While a budget is a good place to start, the ultimate goal is to get value and ROI from the work, not the lowest price. To give you a ballpark, content-based link building services start at $3,000 a month.
Link building pricing is variable depending on the industry and volume. Some industries such as travel and finance are harder to get traction in, so we have to factor that in. There are other variables such as editorial approval and quantity of assets built per month.
Interested to see if this pricing aligns with your budget and ROI goals? Fill out the quote form on this page to get started!
I hope to meet you soon, and hear what your small business brand goals are for this year!
Joe Robison, Green Flag Digital