A Link Building Service That
Helps SaaS & E-commerce Companies
Grow Brands That Last
Would you rather use tricks to get immediate results or do the quality work to grow business in the long-run?
If you passed the “marshmallow test”, then our white hat link building service might be for you.
My name is Artem and I’m the founder of Linkshero, an agency that helps growth-oriented SaaS & E-commerce companies build brands that last.
And if you still need a bit more info, let’s make it happen!
How We Don't Build Links...(And You Shouldn't)
If I was to put it in once sentence, I’d say that we don’t use any black/grey hat link building strategies.
However I understand that I need to make it more specific so…in case you decide to let us help you grow, you won’t see:
- Spam (e.g. comment link building, Web 2.0s etc)
- Scam (e.g. PBNs)
- Fiverr-level link building
- Anything that we know has a chance of damaging your brand in the long-run
I am the guy who walks the talk so here is how we approach building links at Linkshero.
The Way Link Building Should Be Done
As a link builder I know – it’s not the links you are really after…nor it’s the traffic (even though we helped to 6x traffic in this case study).
It’s the bottom line.
Therefore I believe that any link builder should be focused on growing business by building and promoting content directly to its target audience.
In fact, here is a case study about a client that got 100% ROI after we landed just 1 link for him (he got a lot of relevant referral traffic and people just ordered from his store right away).
This is how we like to get our clients both, links and an audience that’s ready to buy from them.
Here is what it looks like in reality using another example – my own!
Create Great Content & Promote It Ferociously
I spent around 3 days putting together a research about Shopify stores after I found a trending post on Reddit (which confirmed an interest in the subject).
After that, we promoted it to 2 audiences:
- People that might be interested in our services
- Anyone potentially interested in the research itself (typically marketers)
The idea is that the first audience would get us clients and the second – backlinks.
Here are the 2 replies (out of a good few) that I received after we launched the campaign.
This is the type of outreach that I’m proud of because we help brands to get links coming from real, relevant websites AND get them clients at the same time.
This type of blogger outreach helps our clients increase their organic and referral traffic while attracting new clients that want to buy from them.
Would you like to grow your brand by promoting your best content to the audience that would both, link to you while buying from you at the same time?
Schedule a call with me now and let’s have a conversation.
Once again, I invite you to check out how we build links in this video here.
If you got no time for the video, here are the main points.
Before we kick off, we need to be sure that your site has a solid foundation so we check for any:
- Dead pages & missing redirects
- Crappy links
- Internal link structure issues
- Overoptimization in anchor text ratios
Once we got the foundation in order, it’s time for the next step.
2. Campaign Design
Every campaign is similar…yet different.
This is when we figure out how to approach your specific case and connect with the audiences that will yield the highest possible results for you.
For example, if you are a SaaS with a cool story, we can pitch it to journalists to get maximum coverage for your brand and show others where you’ve been featured.
This is the method that I used at the time to get our own startup covered by FastCompany, Android Authority and other well-known publications…
By the way, you can see how I did that and learn how to pitch your SaaS company to journalists.
Another example is with an E-commerce store.
We can take a product that you sell and create an easily shareable piece of content that will help to educate people and get them to buy from you.
This is something that we did for 10Beasts when building links for their hoverboard page.
Again, the goal here is to get the maximum ROI for you.
Once we get that figured out we move to the next stage.
This is simple – we go out there and collect all the data we need to begin the outreach process (e.g. name, email, personalization…)
We primarily use Google and Ahrefs to find qualified prospects but at times we can dig into Twitter (especially when looking for journalists).
As soon as we have a list, we are ready to send it out.
Now that I’m writing this, we send out each email manually without the use of any software.
We tried almost every single solution but I found them to be not good for the following reasons:
- They dramatically reduce email deliverability
- They hurt your sending IP
- They are focused on quantity rather than quality
Sending great emails one by one and cherishing every single person we reach out to…this is how we help our clients build a solid audience and grow in the long-run.
5. Managing Replies
After sending tens of thousands (literally) emails we have an idea about how to get the conversation going and maximize the chances of getting a backlink.
We reach out, we follow up and land links…that’s kind of it.
Now let’s talk about who we love working with.
This Is a Match...
- are an E-commerce/SaaS company that regularly publishes (or willing to publish) link-worthy content
- want to build a brand that lasts…in the long-run
- trust us and our process
- have patience – links aren’t earned overnight and take time to influence your rankings
This Is Not a Match..
- (think) you know better
- love micromanaging
- want immediate results
Want To Learn More?
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Recent From The Blog
As a busy person running a productivity SaaS you probably want to be productive when it comes to building links, growing your site’s traffic and,
I scraped 50 Shopify stores with traffic between 500 and 5000 unique monthly visitors. In this post I’m going to compare them with Top-100 Shopify
(make sure to watch the video above – there are more details included than in the article below) Today I am going to show you