Link development is a powerful marketing technique.  But done wrong, it can do more harm than good.  The right links can propel your brand, traffic, and search engine rankings to new heights – while the wrong links will land you in the penalty box.

Learn link development and outreach best practices from BuzzStream CEO Paul May and Captain Todd Malicoat (known on the interwebs as StuntDubl) in a free webinar from MarketMotive on Generating Quality and Authority Inbound Links.

What Will You Learn?

You’ll learn how to get great links – the kind that drive traffic, build your brand, and improve your search engine rankings.

We’ll cover:

  • Automating the mundane pieces of outreach so you can focus on the parts that matter.
  • Writing great outreach emails that inspire action and build relationships
  • Designing and developing linkable assets that will attract dozens of links
  • Identifying influencers interested in your content assets

And much more.

Who are the Presenters?

Paul May is the CEO and co-founder of BuzzStream.  Top flight SEO organizations – from in-house teams at HomeAway, CheapFlights, and Bankrate, to agencies like SEER Interactive, BlueGlass, and Distilled – look to BuzzStream’s tools to make their link building processes more efficient and effective.

Paul has previously held executive roles in product, marketing, and business development at companies like Support.com, BMC, Tonic, Alterpoint, Wavebender, and Pluck.

Captain Todd Malicoat is an SEO consultant and web entrepreneur.  He is the SEO faculty chair at Market Motive.  He’s consulted for organizations like PBS, Meredith Corporation, Thomas Industrial, and Real Networks.  Todd speaks at conferences like SMX, SES, Pubcon, Affiliate Summit, and more. 

How to Register:

The webinar will take place on February 26th, at 11 AM PST.  You can register for the workshop here.

 

mattgratt

Matt works on customer acquisition at BuzzStream. Before BuzzStream, he worked as an SEO Strategist at Portent and a Marketing Manager at AppCentral (acquired by Good Technology). You can follow Matt on Twitter or Google Plus.

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