This month we continued with our expert interview series, the theme: Link Building Tools. Our in-house “reporter”, Elise Redlin-Cook, took to the “streets” and tracked down five link building experts, Rand Fishkin of SEOMoz, Aaron Wall of SEOBook, Eric Ward of EricWard.Com, Garret French of Ontolo, and Taylor Pratt of nFusion. You can check out all of our expert interviews by clicking on “Expert Interviews” under categories on our blog.
We’ll wrap up the Link Building Tools series with a webinar on June 10th
at 11:30 a.m. EST (8:30 a.m. PST, 10:30 a.m. CST), presented by our resident Social Media Architect and Internet Marketing Specialist, Kaila Strong (AKA @cliquekaila
In this webinar, Link Building Tools for Success, attendees will hear from Strong as she discusses tools you should consider utilizing in your link building efforts, and examines developing a well thought out link building campaign. Strong will use her experiences in social media, content marketing
, and link building to share some of the tricks of the trade we utilize here at Vertical Measures when developing our link building strategies.The tools covered will range from paid to free, as well as traditional methodologies involving search commands.
Key topics include:
* The fundamentals of link building and an overview of link building techniques
* A synopsis of paid and free link building tools available to the public
* Search commands you can utilize as tools for link building
* Importance of varying your link building techniques
* Creating effective link building campaigns
At the end of the webinar, Kaila will personally answer any questions you have about link building tools.
Our past webinars are now available on the Vertical Measures webinar page
. Topics include "Google Analytics and Conversions", “How to Capture the Other 9 Positions on Google”, and “Targeted Social Media Campaigns That Work for SEO”. Be sure to stay tuned for our upcoming Vertical Measures webinars on the second Thursday of each month.
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