Why Link Building Strategies Fail

77 comments
Posted by Adria Saracino
I've executed a lot of failed link building strategies.
Some of these strategies I created. Others were handed to me. Over the years, I've discovered that the same reasons for failure kept cropping up. Thus, I thought it'd be helpful to outline the mistakes I've made and seen. Hopefully this helps you avoid the stress and headaches I've experienced along the way.
Here are the ways in which I've seen link building strategies fail and how you can make sure you don't get duped by these common pitfalls.

Link Building Strategy  Content Strategy which  Link Bait

Let me break it down...
The content strategy is the road map designed to create epic pieces of content. The link building strategy is how you plan on getting links. Sometimes you use content from your content strategy to get links, but sometimes you don't. Sometimes the content from your content strategy helps generate links all by itself, such as when people find it easily in search engines and start sharing it on their own sites. This process is not part of the link building strategy.
Producing a piece of link bait isn't a content strategy, either. Link bait is a piece of content that is created with the hopes of attracting a load of links. Link bait creators hope their content will go viral, and let me tell you, it is reallydifficult to churn out link bait after you produce a piece that goes viral. You're lucky if one goes viral, let alone multiple. Thus, link bait isn't a content strategy as it's not really sustainable.
In addition, link bait can create a bad user experience, say in the case that you are churning out infographic after infographic all hosted on your company blog. Frequent visitors to that blog might become alienated, especially in"boring" or small niches where you often need to think of tangential topics and audiences to make a successful piece of link bait.
Why should you know (and care about) the difference? Because getting link bait and content strategy confused can set your team up for failure. It often results in expectations not being met, as they will be unrealistic from the start. Plus, each of these strategies answers different questions as they are being created — such as the target market, goals, and metrics — all of which are vital to success. Miss one part and you could be missing an important piece of the big picture.

How to Win:

Create a content strategy that includes link bait (isn't all link bait) and figure out where you can leverage the content for link building. Simultaneously, create a link building strategy that drives additional links above and beyond what your content can do. For even more win, consider how you can coordinate with your social strategy to really leverage both your content and link building efforts.
The key here is collaboration and integration, which will ensure you don't miss opportunities for a win. Think you only have the resources to pursue one strategy (which I will call BS on)? I love this controversial article on content marketing being better than link building. I'm not saying I agree or disagree, I just love when authors take an aggressive stance :)

The "Strategy" Part is Left Out

Trusty old Wikipedia defines a strategy as, "A plan of action designed to achieve a vision." Unfortunately, a lot of times the planning and designing parts are left out, leaving a grandiose vision but no real road map for getting there. I see this a lot with companies who pride themselves in being agile. Sometimes they are just too agile, too shotgun and reckless, saying "let's go, go, go" and hoping to see some wins later on.

How to Win:

No brainer here: create a strategy. Know that executing one campaign after another with no connecting thread is not a strategy. Here are the top-level pieces both a winning content and link building strategy should have.
  • What - What is the purpose? What are the goals?
  • Who - This is two part, 1) Who will be accountable for the project? 2) Who is the target audience?
  • How - Again two part, 1) How will you reach this goal(s)? 2) How will you track it?
  • Why - Why is this piece of the strategy being pursued? This should be answered from both the business anduser perspective.
  • When - When will this be executed? Create timelines and deadlines to execute each piece of the strategy.
  • Where - Where does this fit in? Knowing how it integrates with other efforts and where it fits into the grand scheme of things is essential.
Rather than re-invent the wheel, here are some useful resources for how to create link building and content strategies:

No Defined Goals

Part of a strategy is having a vision, but to achieve that vision you need to set goals. Typically, the best strategies have a number of goals, broken into both short term and long term. Some will argue that "ranking #1 for [insert highly competitive short tail keyword here]" is a goal, but since it is pretty lofty you need to ask yourself what short term goals can your team action in order to be number one.

How to Win:

Set up both long-term and short-term goals. Generally, the short-term goals will be stepping stones for reaching long-term goals, creating a tree of goals with actionable milestones. I found an acronym from a UK government agency that I thought was wonderful. It says that all goals are SMART:
characteristics of SMART goals

No Urgency or Tracking in Place

In my experience, in-house link building teams tend to fall victim to this more often than agencies. Just as a link building strategy should have goals, there should be some urgency in reaching them. This is where tracking comes into play. I see a lack of urgency is often correlated with not having a system in place for inspiring that urgency. To be clear, what I mean when I say "urgency" is a timeline for reaching goals - essentially deadlines.
Every link builder is going to find a way to track how many links he/she is getting. It's human nature - we're out trying to get something and we want to see if we won or not. While I still find that the market struggles with developing a completely automated and instant way of tracking incoming links, there are manual processes that can aid in tracking how many links are received. However, this isn't the only tracking that's important.
Knowing the number of links is great, but what are those links doing for rankings? How have those incoming links fluctuated over the duration of the project? What does the anchor text spread look like? These are bigger picture questions that some teams fail to answer in tracking. It makes it very difficult to measure the effectiveness and ROI of your link building team if you aren't looking at tracking data over time. And what is more important is making sure you share these results with everyone on the team. The first set of people who should know the results should be the ones doing the work. Too often the link builders are left out of the loop and given indirect feedback like "we need to get more links."

How to Win:

Here is a top-level road map for implementing tracking procedures:
  • After defining the goals, determine KPIs for measuring if those goals have been reached.
  • Create a system for monitoring these KPIs, such as through Analytics or third-party tracking tools.
  • Regularly analyze the data. Aggregate it into digestible visualizations to help make sense of it all.
  • Draw conclusions.
  • Share these conclusions with the whole team.
  • As more data is collected, compare new data with historical results. Be sure to share these with the team as well.
  • Reassess strategy and determine where changes need to be made if applicable.

Expectations Aren't Managed

managing expectations comic Dilbert
Everyone is going to have his/her own opinion, from the bosses to the link builders themselves. Those who own the project need to set a realistic bar and constantly communicate what everyone can expect. Keep in mind that some people won't be as forthcoming with their expectations, so the key is to ask, and preferably have their expectations documented somewhere for reference to hold everyone accountable.

How to Win:

It's safe to set the bar low so you can exceed expectations, but the key in that is just generally setting the bar. If you want to go even further, epmphasize constant and clear communication. A good workflow includes:
  1. Learning what is expected from each party.
  2. Negotiating those expectations.
  3. Consistently reporting on where your team is at in meeting those expectations.
  4. Reporting on the final results - were those expectations met or exceeded?

Resources Spread too Thin

I see this all the time. Let's put it in perspective with a hypothetical story.
The boss decides the company should try it's hand at some link building, so he designates one person to give it a go. Let's say it's Susy the copy writer. Off the cuff, the boss decides he wants Susy to start getting 30-50 links a week, and of course to complete all the other copy writing tasks required of her. With a pat on the back he tells new link builder Susy good luck.
It's not difficult to guess that Susy the link builder comes back with less than stellar results. Not only is the boss disappointed, but he also decides link building isn't good for the company. Susy is left feeling like she failed, disappointed in herself, and aggravated at her boss.
Link building isn't a get rich quick scheme..or at least it shouldn't be viewed as one.

How to Win:

Devote ample resources to your link building project. This can be easier said than done, especially when you operate a small business. A good start is to hire one person whose sole job function is link building. Susy the copy writer shouldn't also be dabbling in link building as nobody simply dabbles in link building.
Make sure to monitor everything he/she does in order to make a case study for obtaining more people and resources for link building. Especially when just starting out, companies can see a lot of big wins so make sure to track before and after progress to prove your case.
Depending on which strategy(ies) you pursue, the ideal team consists of:
  • Link builder(s) - Remember, results are determined by time x cost = # of wins. For more wins, you need to amp up the variables.
  • Content person(s) - A lot of link building strategies require content, so a strong team of writers and editors can help scale link building.
  • Creative person(s) - Designers and developers can really help amp up the content you produce.
  • Researcher(s) - Having someone who is an expert in data can make sure your resources are credible and your content is solid.
  • PR person(s) - This person has his/her finger on the pulse of media, knowing what is trending and what journalists are interested in.
  • Project manager - Sometimes this role isn't as explicit as this title suggests, but someone in charge of tracking and keeping an eye on the big picture can give your link builders more time to execute, rather than get caught up in monitoring.
  • Social media person(s) - Not essential, but it's great to have a dedicated person to leverage the link building opportunities social media presents.

Content is Consistently Crappy

This feels like it should be a no-brainer, but plenty of companies fail to make epic content. Sometimes this caused by looking for quick wins, resulting in not enough effort or resources devoted to content creation. However, a more common reason is not due to lack of experience, but falls on the fact that people just don't know. People tend to fall in love with their own ideas (often which are too promotional) and have trouble seeing whether or not the idea will really speak to anyone.

How to Win:

First, know that the content creation process is not a sweatshop. Content should be made with a lot of blood, sweat, and tears. A case study from Salon.com illustrates this concept well. Essentially, the webiste was able to increase traffic to the site by 40% by creating 33% less content. This supports the idea that content isn't a numbers game; it's a quality game.
Second, your content strategy should define accountabilities and create a workflow that implements a checks and balances system to ensure that you are creating epic content. If your content strategy is lacking, make sure you really understand how people are using the Internet and get the link builders involved with brainstorming, even if it's just to ask them. If you have minimal content building experience, it's important to have the people in the trenches involved in the discussion.
To make content creation even easier, I've created this checklist for what I believe all epic content should have. If you can't say "yes" or provide a compelling answer for each, you might need to go back to the drawing board. Print it out and put it next to your desk right now (high res version available up request). 
good content creation check list

Link Building Isn't Integrated with Other Marketing Channels

This section might be a bit misleading as link building can still be successful without being integrated into other channels. However, a lack of integration can be a serious glass roof on the ladder to link building awesomeness. There is only so much traditional link building can do. Big wins often encompass other divisions, such as PR, social media, the product team, and more. This is acknowledged well in Jon's link building strategy list - in the top filter notice the checkboxes under "Dependencies on Other Resources." The bigger your ideas, more departments will need to be involved. Without a seamless plan for integration and collaboration, working together is going to be one big mess (if it's even possible at all).
Besides being able to work harmoniously, another big reason you want integration is because you can capitalize on what everybody else is doing and make sure you capture all the wins possible from a particular campaign. A lot of the initiatives your PR team is running can be easily tweaked to fit into the SEO team's agenda as well. It's called "looking for low-hanging fruit", and it is impossible to implement this idea if you don't know what the other teams are doing.

How to Win:

Communicate, communicate, communicate. Especially at first, you are going to have to stay relevant by constantly communicating with the different marketing teams. I've found that taking the initiative and including these teams' interests in your link building initiatives shows them a clear example of how you can work together.
For example, if you are running contests with bloggers, looking out for the social media team's interests can help you make a case for why your teams should work together. It's the "I'll scratch your back if you scratch mine" philosophy, and you are initiating the "scratching". By laying out a work flow through example, you will inspire these teams to get you involved with their projects.
To do this, include them in every step from inception to execution and make it clear how you are addressing their goals. Ask questions and ask for input. Consider it internal egobait. Pretty soon, you'll have an open line of communication and your requests for regular cross-team meetings will be taken seriously. Before you know it, you will all be in the loop of what other teams are doing and collaborating on your different project calendars. Tread lightly so as not to step on any toes, and encourage hosting these calendars on a collaborative platform, such as a simple Google Doc. In the end, communication turns into collaboration, and that is where you will gain the most wins from your marketing efforts.

Link Building Team Members are Siloed

Just as marketing channels can be siloed, so can the different teams involved with link building. I mentioned above the different concentrations that should be represented in a complete link building team. Smaller teams tend to have no trouble including everyone in the strategy, as they all typically sit in the same room. But what if you have a large team? Maybe with offices in different locations?
It's easy to leave people out of the link building funnel; people figure the process will ship quicker if there are less chefs in the kitchen. However, this is the easiest way for a link building campaign to fail. Not every person on your team can be an expert in everything, so drawing from the experience and know-how that all team members have to offer will help you succeed.

How to Win:

Know each person(s) or teams core competencies. By knowing what each person/team can bring to the table, you'll be able to figure out where they fit into a particular link building campaign. The skills that each team member can bring to the table include:
  • Link builder - This person spends all day trolling the Internet and trying to promote content, dealing with rejections, and taking part in observational learning along the way. He/she can tell you if the idea is promotable, as well as insights into how to reach different target niches.
  • Content person - This person spends all day writing. He/she will know how to use the written word torepresent the data on your infographic in a comprehensible way, while capturing your brand's voice and style to ensure consistency.
  • Creative person - This person knows how to represent complex data in a beautiful, visual way. He/she will be able to tell you possible roadblocks of the infographic idea from a design perspective, or suggest better ways to represent the information.
  • Researcher - This person crunches data all day. He/she will be able to collect credible sources for your piece, ensuring that the information is statistically sound and that your link builders don't get eaten alive by critics.
  • PR person - This person speaks to the media all day. He/she knows what journalists look for and will be able to tell you if your piece will be promotable to high-value publications.
  • Project manager - This person is the glue that holds the process together. He/she should be responsible for making sure the teams communicate and collaborate.
  • Social media person - This person knows what is trending in the social sphere. He/she can help promote the piece and tell you if the idea will be shared. He/she can help push your piece viral.
Without the help from all of these people, you are much more likely to create a piece that:
  • Doesn't target a specific audience.
  • Targets an audience that is difficult to infiltrate.
  • Targets an audience that is too small, making the likelihood of success small.
  • Isn't statistically sound, making it likely that it will be ripped apart during outreach.
  • Is visually limited because your design team was incapable of executing the grand vision.
  • Doesn't take off in the social space.
Ensure your teams work collaboratively and communicate to create an inherent checks and balances system for creating winning link building campaigns.

Relationships are Left Out

I'm a big proponent of link building being renamed relationship building. The lines between traditional PR and link building are being blurred, and to get a link you need to bring it back to basics: networking. People do things for people they know. Bloggers and journalists get solicited to build links all the time, and you need to make sure you are among the people they come to know if you want that link.
The "relationship" part is left out because link builders are constantly pressured by numbers. Those who aren't in the trenches don't understand how much goes into link building. I would argue that with some link building campaigns, the back and forth with a prospect takes up to 75% of the time. That number is often lost when looking at metrics like number of hours worked versus number of successful link placements.

How to Win:

First, educate your team and manage expectations. If you are the boss, understand that link building should take time. iAcquire wrote an article on the effort required to build links and I don't think it's far off.
As far as measurement, make sure that the time spent negotiating is taken into account. If you have a large team and sense a problem among your link builders of not knowing when to let go (which I think is a big beginner pitfall), sit down with them and role play. Have them fill out a time log to capture back and forth if you have to. Host a link building hack day and get in the trenches to see for yourself just how much back and forth you'll do. No matter the method, make sure that this is taken into account and encourage relationship building. It's what makes link building scalable — as you can go back to the same people and be introduced to new contacts — so don't give up. Pretty soon they'll get to a place where they can manage a relationship quicker and more efficiently.

Everyone Forgets the End Goal

Disclaimer: this is a #tellmehowyoureallyfeel moment and is my #1 gripe with link building. I think the term has been bastardized - it is so overused that people forget where it came from in the first place. It's not about the number of links. Link building was a means created to increase conversions. Conversions should be what you care about. Not the number of links. Not even how well your SERP positioning improves. If you are increasing the number of links, improving your SERP positioning, and seeing more traffic, absolutely NONE of this matters if that traffic isn't converting.
Because of this misconception, I think a lot of SEOs will say a big part of their job is educating their clients/bosses. It's quite easy to get caught up in the minutiae; counting the number of links and watching rank changes are easy to hold onto because they are the easiest to see. These are great short-term goals, but they are not the end goal.
My co-worker Carson Ward said this well:
carson ward pullquote on link building

How to Win:

Constantly remind yourself/your team of the end goal. Do this by measuring changes in conversions that are a result of the smaller wins. Especially while educating your clients/bosses, if they aren't constantly reminded of conversions, they will easily forget. This is where defining goals and managing expectations are super important.
Second, remember that link building — and SEO as a whole — is only part of the inbound marketing puzzle. The only reason people have an online business is to capture new customers on the web. SEO is only one way to do this, and link building is only one way SEO makes this happen. Know the big picture and understand how your efforts contribute to the grand vision.

In Summary: Checklist for a Winning Link Building Strategy

  Create separate (and seamless) link building and content strategies. Sprinkle in link bait.
  Don't forget the "strategy" part - you need a road map to be able to take the journey.
  Define both short and long-term goals.
  Implement long-term tracking metrics and processes.
  Work with urgency to reach those metrics.
  Manage everyone's expectations. Communicate frequently and document.
  Devote the appropriate amount of resources to execute the strategy.
  Create epic content.
  Ideally, integrate your link building strategy with other marketing channels.
  Don't silo your team members. Make sure they work collaboratively.
  Remember winning link building = relationship building. Don't forget this takes time.
  Don't forget the end goal of all link building: Increasing conversions, not # of links.




77 comments

August 10, 2012 at 2:18 AM

This is very interesting. thanks for that. we need more sites like this.
search engine submission

Reply
August 10, 2012 at 2:42 AM

Thanks for sharing such a useful information. really nice points and tips are given. really helpful and informative.
link building company

Reply
August 30, 2012 at 6:46 AM

I admire your experience of developing a process for quality link building and I am sure people would definitely appreciate such blogs. Ways of organizing effective links is important in link building process.


Web Design Bangalore

Reply
September 1, 2012 at 3:46 AM

Thanks for your genuine efforts towards the post. I have read your entire post and it's very resourceful. Got great learning. Keep it up.
______________________________

Link building services

Reply
September 8, 2012 at 1:06 AM

llink Building WebSiteSolutionTechnology.com is a professional Link Building and SEO Services

Company in India is providing SEO, Link Building and Social Media Services worldwide to promote your website

up in the major search engines.
llink Building WebSiteSolutionTechnology.com is a professional Link Building and SEO Services

Company in India is providing SEO, Link Building and Social Media Services worldwide to promote your website

up in the major search engines.

Reply
October 29, 2012 at 11:11 PM

Very nice article. I would like to share some useful auto approved blog list for beginners.

http://seo-tipsforyou.blogspot.in/
http://searchengineoptimizationexpertsindia.blogspot.in/
http://websitedesignseouk.blogspot.in/
http://trafficwebsitetips.blogspot.in/
http://getwebsitetraffictips.blogspot.in/
http://iphoneappnewsinside.blogspot.in/
http://healthyrecipeslife.blogspot.in/
http://onlineshoppingtipsuk.blogspot.in/
http://healthtipsforhealthylife.blogspot.in/
http://sinf-vivek.blogspot.in/

Reply
October 30, 2012 at 5:17 AM

Thanks for sharing this information its really nice.
buy backlinks

Reply
December 16, 2012 at 7:07 PM

I really Enjoy the Reading on this Blog, Please Continue like this..thanks


SEO Sydney | SEO Melbourne | SEO Adelaide

Reply
December 24, 2012 at 2:22 AM

good post. thanks for sharing useful information for me.


Brochure design Bangalore

Reply
February 5, 2013 at 1:05 AM

THANK YOU!
IT'S A VERY GOOD PROGRAM.

Reply
February 5, 2013 at 4:09 AM

I believe that anyone who wants to know something about this topic will like the post.

Reply
February 28, 2013 at 1:29 AM

really nice points and tips are given.it is a helpful and informative Thanks for sharing such a useful information.


Brochure design Bangalore

Reply
February 28, 2013 at 1:33 AM

Thanks for your genuine efforts towards the post. Very nice article. I would like to share some useful auto approved blog list for beginners. Keep it up!!...



Serviced Apartment in Bangalore

Reply
March 1, 2013 at 4:04 AM

good post. i really enjoy this post and thank for sharing this post.

Reply
March 1, 2013 at 4:07 AM

i had this doubt long days ago. but now i clear it. you are a very good Explanation. thanks.

Reply
March 1, 2013 at 4:16 AM

it is a very important seo people. and it is neat Explanation. thanks for sharing.

Reply
March 20, 2013 at 2:39 AM

I have read your entire post and it's very resourceful. Good great learning. Keep it up.

Reply

Thanks for sharing this information its really nice. waiting for a next post.

Reply
March 20, 2013 at 3:36 AM

I have read your entire post and it's very resourceful. Got great learning. Keep it up.

Reply
March 20, 2013 at 3:38 AM

really nice points and tips are given. really helpful and informative.thanks

Reply
March 20, 2013 at 4:17 AM

nice post. useful points and tips are given.it is a helpful and informative Thanks for sharing such a useful information.

Reply
March 20, 2013 at 4:19 AM

I have read your entire post and it's very resourceful. Got great learning. Keep it up

Reply
March 20, 2013 at 4:23 AM

really helpful and informative. valuable points and tips are given. thanks for sharing.

Reply
March 20, 2013 at 4:25 AM

Excellent article. I would like to share some useful auto approved blog list for beginners. thanks. keep-it up

Reply
June 20, 2013 at 12:29 AM

Really a great post. Good dude. Thanks for sharing such an useful information. Very interesting one...OPS 571 Final Exam provider.

Reply
July 10, 2013 at 11:44 PM

This kind of posts are always inspiring and i prefer to read quality content so i am happy to find out many point here in the post, writing is simply great, thanks for the post.
PSy 201 Week 1 Assignment

Reply
July 19, 2013 at 3:36 AM

Excellent post..it's really very informative..Even iwould like to follow the suggestions that you have provided in this Article MGT 498 Week 3

Reply
July 31, 2013 at 3:16 AM

This is the Blog which is really appreciable. You did a great job by sharing this valuable and helpful information with us.but it’s all I could think after enjoying your posts........ by MGT 311 Final Exam provider.

Reply
July 31, 2013 at 10:30 PM

Awesome Blog!! That was wonderful. Your thought-about process is marvellous. The way you tell the factor is amazing. you're extremely a master.by RES 342 Week 5

Reply
August 6, 2013 at 5:07 AM

Hello all, here every one is sharing these kinds of knowledge, therefore it?s good to read this blog, and I used to go to see this webpage every day. ACC 491 Week 2

Reply
August 6, 2013 at 5:16 AM

It?s going to be finish of mine day, but before finish I am reading this wonderful post to increase my know-how. ACC 491 Week 4

Reply
August 21, 2013 at 2:43 AM

This kind of posts are always inspiring and i prefer to read quality content so i am happy to find out many point here in the post, writing is simply great, thanks for the post.
by HRM 531 Entire Course

Reply
September 9, 2013 at 9:39 PM

Thanks a lot for sharing this update. Hope you will not get tired on making posts as informative as this.

Reply
September 25, 2013 at 12:46 AM

Really it is very important and interesting post to all. I keep visiting this blog form now. Thank you for post such a wonderful information. I am sure that they will take advantage from it.ECO 365

Reply
September 27, 2013 at 7:27 AM

Pretty good post.I found your website perfect for my needs. thanks for sharing the great ideas.

Reply
October 23, 2013 at 3:54 AM

Hi, everything is going nicely here and of course everyone is sharing information, that’s really good, keep up writing......by LAW 421 Final Exam provider

Reply
October 25, 2013 at 12:17 AM

This is a nice article..It is very easy to understand and this article is very useful for us. Thank you for posting this valuable content..
by MGT 521 Week 1 provider

Reply
October 30, 2013 at 4:24 AM

This is a nice article..It is actual accessible to accept and this commodity is actual advantageous for us. Thank you for announcement this admired content.Homework Answers

Reply
November 8, 2013 at 11:45 PM

Thank you for providing the useful information. It is very useful for us.You have done a great job... by
ACC 205 Week 1 .. provider

Reply
November 19, 2013 at 4:54 AM


I read your blogs on a regular basis. Your humoristic style is witty, keep it up!
Ecommerce web design company

Reply
January 22, 2014 at 1:34 AM

I show up record it. I throbbing for to apprehend included this topic…i am respecting the time and fulfillment you put in your site....
by BCOM 275 Individual Assignment Provider

Reply
May 28, 2014 at 2:20 AM

If your link description content is not proper than you back link fails.
Thanks.
Professional Website Developer in Bangalore | Ecommerce Website Development in Bangalore

Reply
December 11, 2014 at 11:06 PM

I just want to mention that I certainly enjoyed you’re page. Likely I’m planning to bookmark your site . You really come with amazing articles. With thanks for sharing with us your blog site.

Reply
December 30, 2014 at 2:44 AM

Thanks For Sharing. This is the best blog i ever read. Link building strategies are fail due to spam link building. If some Hire SEO Expert for Link building service then it would be better idea.

Reply
January 12, 2015 at 9:02 PM

Such a good post, thanks for the great post...
Web Design Company Bangalore
Web Designing Bangalore
Web Designer Bangalore

Reply
February 13, 2015 at 9:36 PM

Excellent post..it's really very informative.
bereavement counselling leeds
stress counselling leeds
anxiety counselling leeds

Reply
March 29, 2015 at 10:23 PM

Like your way of seeing things! Still you may do some things to expand on it. Thanks for sharing with us!


link building services company


Reply
May 11, 2015 at 4:05 AM

Its great. I really enjoyed this post. I would like to share something that Yelkotech is one of the leadinglink building company in India. http://www.yelkotech.com/backlinks/link-building-services.html

Reply
May 15, 2015 at 8:31 AM

Great article..Make a responsive website with us.we are also outsourcing web development company in bangalore
Website Development Companies Bangalore

Reply
August 16, 2015 at 11:57 PM

Amazing blog,provided very useful info,really i'm glad to read .Keep sharing..Website Development Company

Reply
September 2, 2015 at 1:27 PM

Nice to be visiting your blog once more, has been months for me. Well this article that ive been waited for therefore long. i want this article to finish my assignment within the faculty, and it has same topic together with your article. Thanks, nice share.
blog comments

Reply
November 25, 2015 at 10:34 PM

Nice Information you have written here. Really Great Stuff. I keep it bookmark for our future purpose.

We are also Web development Company in India who provide the services in Android App Development in Nagpur , SEO Company in Nagpur , Ecommerce Website Development in Nagpur. Visit Us today

AceZed IT Solution

Reply
December 3, 2015 at 12:22 AM

Its very interesting and important post for us. Thanks for sharing this lovely post with us. You can get some more information on link building services in Mumbai

Reply
December 8, 2015 at 4:11 AM

India Web Design Company offers one stop shopping for a wide variety of website designing, logo designing, online marketing and branding services within the biggest Bangalore area, India and on the far.
Web Development in India|SEO Company India

Reply
Anonymous
December 27, 2015 at 9:06 PM

Laser yazıcıların kullanmış oldukları kartuşların bitmeleri durumunda, orjinal kartuş satın almadan aynı kartuşların dolum yapılarak tekrar kullanılmasına kısaca toner dolumu denilmektedir.
Toner dolumu yapılırken dikkat edilmesi gereken en önemli ayrıntı kaliteli toner tozu kullanılması ve titiz işçilik yapılmasıdır. İşte bu bahsi geçen toner dolumu adındaki işlemi en iyi yapan firma istanbul kadıköy bölgesi maltepe ilçesinde faaliyet gösteren marmara büro malzemeleridir.
Maltepe toner dolumu denildiğinde ilk akla gelen marmara kırtasiye, toner dolumu yapmasının yanısıra muadil toner kartuş satışı da yapmaktadır.
Toptan ofis kırtasiye malzemeleri ve fotokkopi kağıdı satışı da yapan firma 1999 yılından bu yana faaliyettedir.
marmaraburo.com

Reply
December 28, 2015 at 11:49 PM

Nice Information you have written here. Really Great Stuff. I keep it bookmark for our future purpose.

We are also Web development Company in India who provide the services in Android App Development in Nagpur , SEO Company in Nagpur , Ecommerce Website Development in Nagpur. Visit Us today

AceZed IT Solution

Reply
January 2, 2016 at 3:29 AM

Thanks for sharing useful post regarding website promotion. Before start website promotion work you should optimized website in proper way like you mansion step by step techniques in your post. || Smo Package Plans in Mumbai || Seo Package Plans in Mumbai || PPC Advertising Services in Mumbai

Reply
January 2, 2016 at 3:29 AM


The post is absolutely fantastic! Lots of great information and inspiration both of which we all need! Also like to admire the time and effort you put into your blog. For more info visit. SEM company in Mumbai || SMO Services in Mumbai || SMO Company in Mumbai

Reply
January 2, 2016 at 3:31 AM

This is very important Post I have found here.This information is very required for new blog or newly working on Online Marketing.Thanks for sharing this information. SEO Mumbai || SEO Services in Mumbai || SEO company in Mumbai

Reply
January 2, 2016 at 3:32 AM

Great blog. Thanks for share this post. It may helpful for all newbie bloggers, i really appreciate
SMM Services in Mumbai || SEM Services in Mumbai || SMM Company in Mumbai

Reply
January 12, 2016 at 5:20 AM

A professional advice is always appreciated when needed and I have bookmarked your articleSEO services Melbourne
Magento Development Company
custom web development Melbourne

Reply
February 1, 2016 at 10:40 PM

Thank you so much... i didn’t have the knowledge in this now i get an idea about this.. thks a lot:-) Also do you search want credit card to cash in chennai at low interest.

Reply
February 17, 2016 at 10:23 PM

Superb submit in addition to fantastic web site, I enjoy this kind of intriguing articles or blog posts keep the idea an individual.nimble storage pricing

Reply
February 21, 2016 at 11:01 PM

It is a stunning post.your blog is giving very useful knowledge for all. Exceptionally valuable to me. I preferred it. And i'm sharing your information to all friends.For more details about me,log on to Spot Cash On Credit Card Chennai

Reply
February 24, 2016 at 11:10 PM

Thank you very much your wonderful sharing, I am very much looking forward to your next article.

Reply
March 15, 2016 at 3:27 AM

Thanks for sharing this information keep share more information like that...
Website Company in Bangalore | Best Web Development Company in Bangalore

Reply
April 16, 2016 at 9:47 AM

I am regular reader of your blog and no doubt it all stuff is awesome. The best thing about your sharing and posting is that you always provide content that is helpful for both the newbie and experts. Looking for more stuff and tutorials.

Love from Tech Solutions Desk

Reply
May 27, 2016 at 5:24 AM

Vibrant Academy is SEO Training Institute In Gondia, India. Digital Marketing Courses. Website Designing. Call +91 9130146758 SEO Training Institute In Gondia | Digital Marketing Courses in gondia | Tally Classes in Gondia | Online SEO Training Institute In Gondia

Reply
June 1, 2016 at 12:37 AM

Really helpful and informative. Valuable points and tips are given here. Thanks for sharing. smm consultant

Reply
July 28, 2016 at 5:12 AM

You delivered reliable information on seo it is really interesting and a good choice for the who are searching for seo. It's correct area to find information on seo, thank you for regarding discussing information. Website Development Bangalore | Web Design Company Bangalore

Reply
July 30, 2016 at 2:08 AM

Your post is just outstanding! thanx for such a post,its really going great and great work.You have provided great knowledge about the SEM Services Bangalore for more information visit www.poorvistudios.com.

Reply
August 10, 2016 at 5:05 AM


In my opinion, great content is above all. So focusing on creating good quality content is the solution.

Reply
August 31, 2016 at 11:51 PM

Wonderful post.This is nice post and provides full information. i prefer to browse this post as a result of I met such a lot of new facts concerning it really.Thanks loads. I bookmark your web log as a result of I found superb info on your web log, Thanks for sharing. SEM Services Bangalore | SEO services in bangalore | Content Writing Services Bangalore.

Reply
November 15, 2016 at 2:47 AM

Thanks for the very informative blog and I extremely grateful that you perform this piece of writing very simply, I mean to say that it's quite simple to read and understand. Website Design Company Bangalore | Web Development Company Bangalore

Reply
November 16, 2016 at 8:19 AM

Such as helpful you have written here. Really Great Stuff. I keep it bookmark for our future purpose.
I also share SEO Tips and Tricks on My Website. Hope You can Also Learn Some Advance Tips from there.
http://www.careersourcebd.com/

Reply
November 18, 2016 at 3:13 AM

i am really like you'r post thanks for sharing.
Physiotherapy Clinic in Bangalore

Reply
Post a Comment