We’re excited to announce that Dan Shure of Evolving SEO and Experts on the Wire will be joining us to host a webinar on 5 Steps to Find Content Ideas That Will Rank and Naturally Earn Links on Wednesday, May 10 at 1:00 EST.
What’s this webinar about?
While a lot of link building in SEO requires a proactive effort via outreach, wouldn’t it be nice if you had additional sources of link earning going on in the background? Building links for you as you email prospects, do your research, and even get some shut eye?
Well, the good news is that “link building on auto-pilot” can be a reality if you’re strategic about the content you create.
If you’re wondering how to come up with content topics that can naturally earn links, then you won’t want to miss Dan’s webinar. By the end, you’ll know the 5 step process for creating content that will help you naturally earn links through “linkable content” types, and be ready to put it to work for you.
What will I learn?
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Identify your content competitors (Hint: They’re not your direct product or service competitors.)
- Find and analyze the content types and attributes that have naturally earned your content competitors links
- Find the weaknesses and gaps in your competition’s content portfolio (Your opportunities!)
- Narrow in on the right topics and target keywords, and create a content schedule
Tell me more about this Dan fellow
At Evolving SEO, Dan has helped companies large and small grow their traffic and solve challenging SEO problems. He is also a Moz Associate, and recently taught a 10 hour SEO course for the Conversion XL Institute. As a Podcast host, Dan has interviewed over 60 marketing experts and influencers, including Rand Fishkin (Moz) John Lee Dumas (EOfire), and Pamela Wilson (CopyBlogger), and is known for in-depth research, asking uncommon questions and generating compelling discussions.
Where do I sign up?
You can register here. Note that space will be limited, so sign up early if you can.
Anything else I need to know?
If you have feedback or ideas on who you’d like to see or which topics you’d like covered, feel free to tweet us @BuzzStream, or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Otherwise, see you on the 10th!