Discussion in 'SEO - Packages' started by aldis, Dec 3, 2012.
coupon code please, and which service do you recommend for local seo keywords and how many months will it take? pm me please. very looking forward to use your service! thanks in advance
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Could I get a coupon please
Please send me a coupon. Thanks!
Got couple of questions for you...
1) How does that work? Targeting with webmasters and hosting the site locally is something you can't do, so how do you do it with off-page linking? Do you mean to say if I have a french blog, you get me guest posts on french blogs!? (And please, spare me the "we have a secret method" crap. Seen to many secret methods to believe in them honestly.)
2) What's the big deal with a Medium link? It's a nofollow in any case. Please explain. (Asking this as this is the second 'feature' in your plan, so should be important.)
3) How many total links? You don't mention it.
No offence, but other than the big brand editorial links and the real guest post (IF it's really real AND on at least a DA40+ domain), I don't see this being any different than a "gaga" or "sherlock".
Please prove me wrong, which I think you definitely can by telling me how many big brand editorial links you get per package.
#1 - About local SEO
Geotargeting is much more than just looking for a local hosting provider.
In fact, I don't recommend buying a local hosting as a part of a geolocation optimization strategy.
There are more effective ways to let Google know you're targeting a specific country/region/city.
For starters, I'd suggest activating your Google Search Console and setting up your international targeting settings:
After that is properly configured, we can go ahead and work on more advanced strategies such as:
- NAP data consistency audit
- Google My Business setup
- Bing Places for Business setup
- Local citation building
and so on...
All these tasks will help a great deal in your local business SEO campaign.
#2 - About Medium blog posts
There has been a big debate on do-follow vs no-follow links for almost a decade.
Although is true that do-follow links are more in demand, you need both kinds of links.
First, you need to consider over-optimization. Building 100% do-follow links doesn't seem natural, which means trouble.
Secondly, no-follow backlinks do influence your SEO, just to a lesser extent. Around 5 no-follow links have the same juice as a similar 1 do-follow link.
Medium.com (DA 93) is great for SEO because it is as big as Wordpress.com, but with much less crap. They're more strict with the content they allow, resulting in higher quality link placements.
#3 - Big Brand Editorial links
I appreciate your question, and I do understand it isn't very clear as it isn't the first time I hear this question.
The thing is, it depends.
Depending on your niche, we might be able to build more or fewer editorial links.
As a rule, we try to create at least 5 of these links per campaign.
These links come from Alexa top-1000 sites such as DigitalJournal, Ask.com, and more.
In the next version of our service, we will try to explain this better.
#4 - CSEO vs Gaga/Sherlock type of services
Most sellers on BHW seem to provide the same kind of generic links everyone else has been doing since 2010. Forum profiles, wikimedia links (not to be confused with Wikipedia), web 2.0s, blog commenting spam, and so on.
These are very basic links you can build with a cheap tool like GSA.
With CSEO, you get a more tailored and complete SEO service.
A lousy keyword selection can doom your SEO campaign to failure before building your first backlink.
For that, we start by reviewing your keywords and suggesting better focus keywords if required.
Then, we get to the next phase: page optimization (on-page SEO)
I will personally fine-tune your page, helping you improve your website user experience and your Google search rankings alike.
Finally, we start with link building.
But not that generic link building everyone else does.
Nobody in BHW offers guest posting (manual outreach), Quora answers for branding, and Editorial links in their SEO services... except us.
And yes, the guest post's DA ranges from 20 to 55+ in some cases.
Here's a short excerpt of the guest blogging connections we've been building over the years:
These exclusive link types will give your website an edge over any competitor that employs that same old link building tactics.
Hopefully, I've answered all your questions in detail.
If any further inquiries feel free to ask
You answered my questions very nicely. For that, kudos to you. I meant no harm, you know how difficult it is to sift quality from quantity.
For 5+ links from real blogs/authority sites (hopefully they are DO FOLLOW, right??), this can definitely be worth it.
So a few more questions:
Are the guest posts do follow (reason for asking is your stressing on nofollow links)?
Plus, hopefully they are in the same niche (or at least parent niche)?
If I want to but the pack again for the same site, will I get new links (what about medium and other ones)?
Is there any discount going on?
Let me know...
Glad to be of help
1. Most guest posts are do-follow. You make expect some no-follow as well to avoid over-optimization.
2. They're are related to your niche. Example: If you have a lawyer website, we try to get guest posts from sites within the Law category.
3. Every month, you'll get new, unique backlinks.
4. There's a $10-OFF recurring discount exclusive for BHW members, I'm sending you the coupon to your PM.
What other items should we discuss? let me know
Hi, can we set up a Skype chat.
Sure, add me: aldis.bhw
hi do u offer discount coupon
I am in, with the Elite plan, let's get this bad boy on the road...
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