Link building continues to constitute an emerging and ever-growing economic powerhouse in the gig economy and related movement. Among these purveyors, “link-building rookies” continue to emerge amidst an otherwise saturated market. Giselle Navarro provides her top tips for ensuring that prospective purveyors will find reasonable success as they build their skills toward profitability with internet marketing by providing a summary of pitfalls and hurdles jumped which she experienced first hand. Follow this advice, and you’ll profit too!
- Don’t limit yourself to only targeting existing customer bases, but instead spread it to targeting related industries and audiences.
- Figure out where there is an intersection between what you want to say and what your target audience wants to read.
- Run some Google searches to make sure you aren’t accidentally getting too close to someone else’s content, and always have a plan B for each part of your campaign.
“Content promotion is a lot like cooking; you don’t just drop all the ingredients into a pot, stir a few times and leave the dish to cook on its own. You get involved with the process by tasting the food and changing the flavors if they are not to your liking.”