Race For the Best Link

February 4th, 2010 • By:  • Link Building

 

Every month here at Vertical Measures our team competes for a few things: employee of the month, atta-person awards (an employee to employee card given for exemplary work), and the best client link. Employee of the month is determined by votes, atta-person cards are accumulated and drawn out of a hat, but the best client link is the hardest to award. What makes a link ‘the best’? Is it the client link placed on a high page rank site without anchor text, or a link placed on a lower page rank site with anchor text? Of course relevance is a large factor, but when it comes down to it the determination of a final winner isn’t clear.

At this week’s Monday meeting (when the awards were given out) two of our employees, Michael and James, were up for the award. A debate ensued, and it was determined there is only one real way to determine a winner: a race off! In the red shirt we have Michael Schwartz: 5’7 1/2″, and in the blue shirt we have: James Constable: 6’5″. Wanna know who won the title of “Top Link Builder”? Check out the video below!

Kaila Strong

As Senior Director of SEO Services, Kaila oversees both the SEO department and our Internet Marketing Strategists. She works with our expert team to uncover SEO strategies, develop link building campaigns, conduct competitive analysis, review Google penalties, execute backlink analysis and train peers on SEO fundamentals.
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4 Responses to “Race For the Best Link”

  1. Double Vee Says:

    Hey guys – looks fun! Do you handle pay rises the same way? :-)

  2. Kaila S. Says:

    OooO good idea, maybe we should! :)

  3. Awards and Certificates Says:

    Really there is always a race to become the best link.

  4. Michael Schwartz Says:

    Great idea, I wish we handled pay raises this way!!

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