I’ve been doing SEO since before it even had a name, and “getting links” has been a big part of the puzzle for almost that long.
Everyone knows this, and everyone in the industry has their own methods for getting links.
Unfortunately, most of the methods that everyone knows about are only effective for certain kinds of businesses and websites.
– Does a local machine shop really need to do “thought leadership” blog posts?
– Does an online retailer of designer shoes really have any reason to send a press release?
– Does any reporter or blogger REALLY want to get your “outreach” emails?
Let’s face it – link building – as most people know it – completely sucks.
Even the people who do it for a living hate doing it.
There’s too much manual labor involved, and no matter how many cool little tricks you might learn over the years, the costs are never going down.
I quit doing “link building” years ago, and I’ve never looked back.
Personally, I stopped using those methods cold turkey a long time ago, and I haven’t looked back.
In all that time, I’ve never bought a link, sold a link, rented a link, or emailed strangers to beg for links.
Not for myself, and not for my clients. Strangely, my clients have still managed to get great results.
In fact, over the past year and a half, my clients have been experiencing a rate of traffic growth that I haven’t seen since the “good old days” of SEO.
We’re still *getting* links.
We’re just not BUILDING them. At all.
It’s a lot easier. It works a lot faster. And for full-time SEOs, it’s a lot easier to scale.
And I’ll show you how it all works in just a couple of days.
If you like getting more traffic, register below. If you can’t attend live, register anyway, and we’ll send you the replay link on Thursday.
“Link Building is Dead” Live Webinar Wednesday September 13, 3pm US Eastern
Please fill out this ugly form to register for my free “Link Liberation” training. I’m really excited about it. Every student gets an interactive dashboard with their own implementation plan, so people who want to work faster or slower can go at their own pace, and keep track of everything so they don’t get lost.