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Webeo Global Jul 30
Sorry I'm late again! Hey Everyone!- Violet
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George Fakorellis Jun 28
Replying to @PitchboxApp
At the time our team consists of 2 link builders and 2 guest writers but I wouldn’t say that this is the optimal formation. In fact you should hire as many people as your budget allows you to because in Link Building more is better.
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Patrick Delehanty Feb 25
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A5. By providing exceptional information and content to your target audiences and sharing in the most effective channels and with industry publications / peers. Don't settle on your content, make it unique, make it better than what's out there, and do it every time.
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James Brockbank May 22
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A5) Also know what topics your competitors are building links around. Don’t copy but hook into the same wider topic - and pitch to those who covered their campaign (and more).
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Leah Hunt Apr 24
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A5: Listen and communicate. Being able to have an understanding while celebrating and accepting each other’s differences. It’s important to have a mutual respect for others. You may not always agree, but keeping a level of respect is always important.
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Webeo Global Jul 18
Sorry it was a very quick flyby from me! Blocking out my diary for next time! See you soon πŸ₯°
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Dan Ray Jul 18
Replying to @DigitalOlympus
A1: people give links, people respond to feelings, often people forget that there’s a person on the end of the email you’re sending. Give that person the respect they deserve
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Emma Lambert Jul 17
Replying to @semrush
A4. I use 's backlink audit tool 😁
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Adam Reaney πŸš΄πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈπŸπŸ’» Jan 29
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A1. 1. Qualified traffic as they've already decided they like the product. 2. Social signals if coming from social media platforms. 3. Brand awareness to put your brand on the user's radar even if they don't purchase immediately.
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Laura Slingo Dec 18
I couldn't agree more! The personal touch honestly makes all the difference. It's the difference between that fleeting guest post and a long relationship with opportunities
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Pavel Naydenov Mar 18
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A1: For me #0. The content itself. #1 factor is backlinks. #2. CTR #3. Query freshness #4. Meta tags optimization
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Jessica Thiefels #ContentMarketing Feb 25
Replying to @crestodina
Yes, and it's so often overlooked β€” such a stigma around it. But when you do it RIGHT, it works. I've been doing it for companies and clients for 8 years & see incredible results. This blog post may be helpful for getting started:
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Dan Willis #DOYOLive πŸŽ™πŸŽ₯ Jul 17
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A3 Don't hand the keys to your business over to just anyone. Be surgical in your placements.
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Sarah Clarke  🌻🌻 May 22
I love all of his content is so helpful!
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Olivia J Jul 30
Very late but I am here!
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Stacey MacNaught Feb 13
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A2) These roles suit naturally personable people - people who are good at building dialogue with and finding common ground with complete strangers! I think this sort of role also requires persistent people.
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MeetEdgar Mar 25
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A5. VALUE! If you are providing vaue, offering sound advice & ideas and actively working to support your followers, then you're building a relationship. If you're just pushing your offers or sales, then you're being annoying. Always give more than you take!
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Stacey MacNaught Feb 13
Replying to @PitchboxApp @sparktoro
A6) I'm a complete cynic and I never take a follower number at face value. If you're working in Instagram influencers, is a great way of getting a real look at their engagement levels. Also 's Fake Follower Audit for Twitter!
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Danielle Mamagona πŸ§œπŸΌβ€β™€οΈ Aug 21
Wednesday List #1 πŸ‘‡ πŸ’œ 24/7 πŸ’œ (All Day) πŸ’œ 11am πŸ’œ 11am πŸ’œ 12pm πŸ’œ 12pm πŸ’œ 12pm πŸ’œ 1pm *Times are ET
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Jan-Willem Bobbink Mar 18
A5: would be a good start! It really depends on what you want learn about. Pick specific topics and become the best in that. Test. Rank. Move onto next topic!
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