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NO CONTRACTNO WHITE-LABELVisibility AnalysisUp to 8 new keywordsPro 2k Word CopywritingOngoing Content PromotionsSocial Media ManagementOptional RetargetingHome/Sub Page Link BuildingOn-Page SEO x2Internal Linking x2Toxic Link RemovalLink ReclamationSocial Proof AutomationMonthly ReportingAdditional @ $40/hr
NO CONTRACTNO WHITE-LABELVisibility AnalysisUp to 8 new keywordsPro 2k Word CopywritingOngoing Content PromotionsSocial Media ManagementOptional RetargetingHome/Sub Page Link BuildingOn-Page SEO x2Internal Linking x2Toxic Link RemovalLink ReclamationSocial Proof AutomationMonthly ReportingAdditional @ $40/hr-Webdesign @$20/hr
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The Five Link Building Red Flags
How to spot link building snake oil!
1. They promise a certain number of backlinks or social signals
There are no guarantees in white hat link building. The only thing a real white hat SEO provider can guarantee is that they will indeed do the outreach. Although there are rough outreach statistics, because each business is different, there is absolutely no way to guarantee the response of prospects. Sure these backlink farms could promise to do outreach until a certain number of links are made, but obviously, from a profit standpoint, they are not doing this. If they were, then with mass outreach you'd often score more links then you've ordered. Let's say you order 1 curated niche edit on a DA 20 domain, if the seller is actually doing real outreach, then they are likely to score multiple links. Have you ever heard of buying a link and receiving bonus links? I didn't think so. The same goes for guest posting services. Do you really think they are doing outreach until a certain domain authority you've ordered accepts your anchor text rich guest post? If they were really doing this type of outreach then there would be no need to charge based on domain authority because it would be a roll of the dice. Best case scenario they could charge you by domain authority by claiming they need to negotiate and pay a fee for higher authority blogs to accept the guest post that they write for you, but even in this case, it would be paying for a link which is against Google's terms of service for webmasters. Most of them are guest post resellers anyway.
2. They only offer social links, citations, and comments
Nothing will ruin your online reputation faster than social media spam. Passionate members of Facebook groups, and especially communities like Reddit, can spot a marketer from a mile away and they'll often make your brand pay dearly for it.
3. They let you pick the anchor text
In the real guest posting world bloggers hate it when you link to your own web pages, in fact, even the bloggers who do accept these types of blog posts will eventually remove your link if they notice it's going back to your website. What you can do instead is build "tier 2" links to external articles that have already contextually linked to your site long ago.
4. They didn't ask for company email access
Real legit white hat link building outreach requires that your link building service get POP3, SMTP, or Gsuite email account access, period! Beware of guest posting services who claim they are doing what they call "real outreach." What they are actually doing is building paid link building relationships with bloggers in different niches, then they're simply reusing the same blogs and curated pages over-and-over for their clients. The only outreach they are doing is for themselves as they are simply selling links that put their clients at risk down the road. Even if they were doing legit outreach on your behalf it wouldn't be very professional. Ask yourself if you'd link to a website that emails you from moc.ynapmocgnidliubknil%40hcaertuo? I Didn't think so. I always find it funny that these companies can't seem to be able to outreach for local pages, I guess they are using a different version of Google.com that doesn't have the "near=" parameter :)
5. Moz spam score
Is your Moz "spam score" on going up? This can not only be an indication of a poor quality inbound link profile, but also a correlation with potential link penalization.