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Perfect Way of Link Request

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by gullsinn, Dec 7, 2012.

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  1. gullsinn

    gullsinn Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Subject: <Name>, We?ve got a <Category> resource we think your readers might like?


    Hi <Insert Name>,


    My name is <Real Name> and I?m getting in touch with you regarding your <Insert Category> site/blog <Insert Blog/Site Name>. I?m currently working with <Insert Client Site Name> to announce their new resource <Insert Article/Linkbait Name>, and thought this might be of interest to you and your readers, as it provides an easy and intuitive way to <Insert Benefit Here>. You can review the article at <Insert URL>. If you find the resource to be of value to you and your readers, I?d appreciate it if you could add it to your <links page url> or announce it to your readers at your own discretion. Alternatively, you can utilize the customized badge or link code provided below:


    <Insert Badge or Anchor Text Optimized HTML Code>


    As someone has an interest in <Category>, I?ve signed up to your site?s <newsletter/rss> and look forward to learning more about your business. Please let me know if the above provides you with the information you need to review and consider our new section for linking. I?m available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm EST, and can be contacted via telephone at my direct line (905) 420-1234 and also by my direct email <name@domain.com>.


    Best wishes,


    <Real Name>, <Client Name>


    <Contact Details>
     
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    Interesting and simple approach.

    Be careful not to sound too proper and like a form letter type of thing though.

    Take a minute and prove you are a real follower/fan and reference a counter comment to a twitter, facebook or blog post...and do it after posting a like or a blog comment on the post source, as this will let them see you actually are a follower...they will be more accepting and open to respond if they think you are there to actually listen to them and possibly buy something down the line.
     
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    Thanks for the example. It sounds quite promising. I will check this out.
     
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    off course this is just a sample. Don't just copy & paste like a n00B!
     
  5. tencentpiece

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    Sounds so much like a form letter it's not even funny. Helpful hint: split test, you'll find that using personalized data sparingly sounds less robotic and converts better.