Our content placement & blogger outreach service helps you build links back to your own website. We can write & place blog articles on a wide range of external blogs, containing a backlink to your own site. Over time this boosts your search engine rankings.
It's important to use content placement carefully and you may want to consider this service as part of a wider SEO strategy. However it is also useful for one-off campaigns, or to supplement on-site work that you are doing yourself. We can also help with press release distribution to a wide range of sites.
The cost of a blog placement depends on the quality of the blog being posted too. This is measured using the common SEO metric of Domain Authority (DA). Again it's important to be careful in how you post to external blogs, it's not always about getting all your posts onto blogs of the highest quality as this can look unnatural to search engines.
The best approach for external content placement can vary widely depending on your current SEO situation, the age and type of your website, and the kind of results you want to achieve. If you'd like to discuss how blogger outreach could help your business please give us a call.
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