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SEO Broken Link Building as a Content Marketing Strategy

A popular link-building tactic is also an excellent way to identify content marketing topics. When combined, broken link building and content marketing could generate traffic for your site and provide a way to engage visitors.

While broken link building and content marketing have similar goals, at some businesses, particularly mid-market and enterprise level companies, the folks working on search engine optimization and the folks developing content are on separate teams with different departmental goals.

Bringing these two groups together and using broken link building to spark content marketing campaigns may improve results for both of these marketing techniques.

Broken Link Building

SEO broken link building is a three-step outreach technique.

First, research websites relevant to the industry and customers your business serves, identifying broken links, which are HTML links aimed at pages that are no longer available.

Second, your business would develop useful content that replaces, if you will, the content promised through the broken link.

Third, you would contact the influential website’s owner or manager, offering your new content as a replacement.

Here’s a summary.

“Sites change, and pages disappear all the time,” said SEO expert Greg Gifford in lesson five of SEMrush Academy’s “SEO Fundamentals Course.” “With this strategy, you’re looking for high quality, authoritative pages that have links pointing to pages that no longer exist — that’s called a broken link. Then, you go and create a new piece of content that answers the same question or need. You reach out to the website and let them know that the link on such and such a page is broken, but you’ve got a brand new page that would work instead… and boom. Kickass quality link.”

Content Marketing

Content marketing, on the other hand, is the act of creating, publishing, and distributing content such as articles, videos, podcasts, whitepapers, infographics, and similar with the goals of attracting, engaging, and retaining potential customers.

Content marketers want to create something of value, something that is useful, informative, or entertaining. It also tends to have three general steps.

First, identify topics that will help or engage potential customers in some way.

Second, create good content around the topic, publishing it on a blog, on social media, or similar.

Three, distribute or promote the content.

Find Broken Links

The three steps of broken link building and the three steps of content marketing are noticeably similar. A content marketer has dozens of methods for generating content topics. Researching relevant websites to identify broken links could be one of them. Consider an example of how to find broken links on an influential website.

Say we own an online kitchen supply store. We make our living selling cookware, utensils, and kitchen gadgets. As part of our marketing strategy, we publish useful cooking and health-related articles on our store blog.

We’ve done some research, and we know that the Academy of Culinary Nutrition is an important website for our industry.

There are tools we could use to find broken links on the Academy’s website. Some of the best include Ahrefs, PowerMapper’s SortSite, SEMrush, Screaming Frog, and the Dead Link Checker, among many others. We want to choose one of these tools to help us locate broken links.

Using Ahrefs we’re able to identify 48 pages on the Academy’s website that have broken, outbound links.

The Ahrefs tool identifies 48 broken links.

The Ahrefs tool identifies 48 broken links.

Among these was a link aimed at a strawberry chia jam recipe.

The third link in this list is the broken link. If we can create a great strawberry chia jam recipe of our own, we might be able to get this link.

Copy the broken URL link and open it in a new browser tab as a test. In this case, the page is, in fact, returning a 404 error. Thus we’ve confirmed that we have a broken link opportunity.

The next stop is Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine. The Wayback Machine stores copies of old web pages. It had a single copy of the jam recipe that the Academy originally linked to.

Internet Archive's Wayback Machine has a copy of the web page that we can use as a reference.

Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine has a copy of the web page that we can use as a reference.

We know that the original post had several compelling photographs and an easy-to-follow recipe. It is not surprising that the Academy wanted to link to it.

Create New Content

Our goal is to not only replace the content that a publisher, such as the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, had previously linked to, but also improve it.

In the example above, we identified an opportunity to write a strawberry chia jam recipe article. But we want to do it better to provide an even better page for the Academy to link to.

Anytime you use broken link building to generate content ideas, always aim to improve on the original. You want to provide real value.

Contact the Publisher

Value is important. It will make the final step in broken link building a lot easier. And this last step is when you reach out to a publisher and offer her the new content to fix the broken link.

In our example, we would contact the Academy with an email.

Hello. I hope this note finds you well. I found a broken link in your “12 Homemade Condiments You’ll Never Need to Buy Again” article, at:

In the section on jams, the link to Juyogi’s strawberry chia jam now returns a 404 error. I thought you would like to know.

For your consideration, I have a delicious strawberry chia jam recipe to use as a substitute. You can find it here [our link goes here].

So that’s it. We just used broken link building to discover a topic for our next content marketing post and, perhaps, obtain a fresh in-bound link. Now we can use our normal content marketing techniques to continue promoting the post. We have SEO and content marketing working together.

HLV Park Hang Seo không dự lễ bốc thăm chia bảng AFF Suzuki Cup 2018

HLV Park Hang Seo không dự lễ bốc thăm chia bảng AFF Suzuki Cup 2018

Ngày mai (2/5), tại Indonesia sẽ diễn ra lễ bốc thăm chia bảng AFF Suzuki Cup 2018.

Xuân Trường bị đồng đội dùng “vũ lực” úp bánh sinh nhậtLễ công bố nhà tài trợ giải bóng đá nữ VĐQG – Cúp Thái Sơn Bắc 2018

Đây là sự kiện được giới mộ điệu ĐNÁ rất chờ đợi bởi thời gian qua, bóng đá khu vực đã có nhiều bước tiến lớn và đương nhiên môn thể thao vua đang có sức hút cực lớn với dư luận. 

Được biết, tại buổi lễ bốc thăm này, do bận sang UAE dự lễ bốc thăm VCK Asian Cup 2019 nên HLV Park Hang Seo sẽ không có mặt tại xứ sở Vạn đảo. Đoàn Việt Nam dự lễ bốc thăm tại Indonesia sẽ có Phó Chủ tịch thường trực VFF Trần Quốc Tuấn và Tổng thư ký VFF Lê Hoài Anh. 

Ở kỳ AFF Suzuki Cup 2018, ĐT Việt Nam được chọn ở nhóm hạt giống số 1 nên chắc chắn thầy trò HLV Park Hang Seo sẽ không nằm cùng bảng với ĐT Thái Lan (đội bóng cũng nằm ở nhóm hạt giống số1). Tuy nhiên, theo nhà cầm quân người Hàn Quốc thì trình độ giữa các đội bóng ở khu vực ĐNÁ không quá chênh lệch nên việc rơi vào bảng đấu nào cũng đều gặp các đối thủ mạnh. 

AFF Cup 2018 sẽ diễn ra từ ngày 8/11-15/12. 9 đội tuyển giành quyền tham dự trực tiếp gồm: Việt Nam, Thái Lan, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Lào, Campuchia, Philippine và Myanmar. Suất còn lại sẽ phải chờ kết quả trận play-off giữa Đông Timor với Brunei.

Năm nay, thể thức thi đấu có sự khác biệt, đó là 10 đội sẽ chia làm 2 bảng, mỗi bảng 5 đội, các đội sẽ thi đấu theo thể thức mới, gồm 2 trận sân nhà và 2 trận sân khách. Từ vòng bán kết, các cặp đấu sẽ chơi theo thể thức sân nhà-sân khách như quy định trước đây.

SPH launches Sweet new creative and content marketing unit, Companies & Markets

SINGAPORE Press Holdings (SPH) has set up a new creative and content marketing unit called Sweet, the mainboard-listed media company announced on Monday. 

The new unit aims to strengthen its work with agencies and clients to meet the increasing demand for integrated storytelling across a range of multimedia formats, said SPH. 

Sweet brings together under one roof the media group’s content marketing teams – SPH Content Lab and Brand New Media – along with CreativeLAB and THINK Inc to create a full-service business unit that can deliver solutions in content, creative, branding, events, advertising campaigns and inbound marketing.

The new unit will be helmed by Damien Bray, chief Sweet officer and previously CEO of SPH subsidiary Brand New Media Asia, who has 25 years of experience in operating marketing service agencies.

His leadership team consists of Tommy Lim, head of creative, Serene Goh, head of editorial content, Ken Jalleh Junior, head of visual content, Jonathan Ng, head of video content, and Vim Shanmugam, head of TV and film production.

Said Mr Bray: “This is an exciting time as we bring together the combined talents and experience from Brand New Media, SPH Content Lab and CreativeLAB, as well as Think Inc, to add value and support to clients, as well as complement and partner with the capabilities of their agencies.”

“I’m super excited to be leading such an amazingly talented creative and content team. We will also be introducing additional resources to help drive client ROI (return on investment) as well as expand the creative possibilities in areas such as immersive media and brand films.”

Added SPH chief marketing officer Ignatius Low: “With Sweet, we are able to maximise our considerable pool of resources in the creative and content marketing areas, ensuring that we give the best possible experience and outcomes to our clients.”

Shares of SPH, which is also the publisher of The Business Times, were trading at S$2.59 each, down 0.4 per cent or one Singapore cent as of 3:12pm.  

DashThis Releases the Fastest Google AdWords Marketing Reporting Platform to Date

DashThis: Marketing Reporting Software

“The constant improvement of our product is our priority. By gathering feedback from our clients as well as from the overall market, we’re able to offer an innovative and efficient tool that enables marketers to create the reports they need, quickly and easily.” -Philip Boumansour, CEO of DashThis

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DashThis, a leader in the marketing reporting software industry, recently implemented a new Google AdWords dashboard (now called Google Ads) data fetching process, therefore increasing by an average of 36x their AdWords data loading speed.

Along with the platform’s complete revamping, DashThis also updated and added new metrics, dimensions, and preset KPIs, allowing their customers to track the performance of all the marketing data they need, in fractions of a second.

Google AdWords is at the core of DashThis’ offering, with a majority of users depending on it every day. DashThis’ Google AdWords update focuses on marketers’ core reporting needs and demonstrates yet again DashThis’ user-centric product development strategy.

“The constant improvement of our product is a priority at DashThis. By gathering feedback from our clients as well as from the overall market, we’re able to offer an innovative and efficient tool that enables marketers to create the reports they need, quickly and easily.” -Philip Boumansour, CEO of DashThis.

DashThis’ constant improvements and dedication to their clients is what defines them as leaders in the industry. Each software improvement and additional feature stems directly from user requests.

For example, Google Analytics, another of DashThis’ core marketing platforms, was upgraded several months ago and now enables users to create their reports faster, thanks to greater performances. In addition, requested platforms are also added to the software regularly: the latest addition being SEMrush, a popular SEO marketing tool.

DashThis is an automated reporting tool that enables marketers and digital agencies around the world to create marketing performance reports more quickly and more efficiently. With 30+ marketing platforms connected, dozens of preset report templates, many white label options, an automated email dispatch system, and an account manager dedicated to each client, DashThis offers the best solution on the market for easy and beautiful automated marketing reports.

DashThis’ latest Growth 500 ranking is proof that thanks to a highly-tailored and evolutive product, it’s possible to see exponential growth, even in a competitive market.

What A Shock: Marketers Don’t Like SEO! 08

Apparently marketers don’t like SEO — because they don’t understand SEO. That’s the upshot of a new report just out, where SEO ranked at the tail end of digital initiatives.

I call bullshit on that. It’s not that marketers don’t understand SEO. It’s that they don’t like it.

I did my first SEO work in 1996. That’s two years before there was a Google. And marketers didn’t understand SEO then — or so they said. They’ve kept the message consistent for the last 22 years: “We don’t get SEO.”

Look, SEO is not rocket science. It’s where searcher intent intersects with content. Know what people are looking for and give it to them. It’s that simple.

This is not about SEO being hard to understand. It’s about SEO being hard to do. The last time I climbed on this particular soapbox was four years ago — and nothing has changed. SEO is still hard, maybe harder than it has ever been. That’s what marketers don’t like.

Well, that and many other things. SEO is hard to control. It’s hard to predict. It’s hard to measure. And that makes it almost impossible to rely on. All of those things are anathema to marketers.

But here’s the biggest reason for SEO’s lack of popularity with marketers: It’s not very exciting. It’s arduous. It about as sexy as weeding the garden. That’s probably why social media tops the list of digital initiatives, and not SEO.

So why even bother with search? For two reasons.

First, there’s no better crystallization of prospect intent — short of converting on your own website — than an online search. The planets are aligned, the heavens have opened with a hallelujah chorus, the Holy Grail has fallen into your lap.

I spent the better part of two decades researching search user behaviors. Trust me when I say that this is as good as it gets.

That’s reason one. Reason two is that somewhere between 75% and 85% of those prospects will click on an organic listing. When we’re talking about capturing a motivated prospect, this is no-brainer stuff.

Yet marketers are saying no thanks, we’ll take a pass on that.

If online is important to your marketing, chances are extremely good that SEO is also important. I don’t care whether you like it or not. You have to do it. If you don’t want to, find someone who does.

That brings up another reason marketers hate SEO: It doesn’t really live in their domain. SEO, by its very nature, stretches across multiple domains. It has to be systemic across the entire organization.

So, it’s not entirely a marketer’s fault that SEO is neglected. It tends to fall into a no-man’s land between departments. Marketers don’t push it because there are many other things they can do that they have complete control over. And if marketers don’t push it, no one else is going to step forward.

Executives, who may legitimately not understand SEO, think of it solely as a marketing exercise. Tech support hates SEO even more than marketers. And corporate compliance? Don’t get me started on corporate compliance! There’s a reason why SEO has always been known as a red-headed stepchild.

As a past SEO-er, I wasn’t really surprised to see that SEO still gets no love from marketers.

I’ve forced myself to eat broccoli my entire life. And it’s not because I don’t understand broccoli. It’s because I don’t like it. Some things remain constant. But you know what else? I still choke my broccoli down. Because my mom was right — it’s good for you.

Why Businesses should Consider Hiring SEO Agencies

By January 2018, there were 1,805,260,010 websites online. This is according Netcraft’s Web Server Survey that took place earlier this year.  If the survey is anything to go by, then smart marketing is not an option for businesses that want to thrive online, but a necessity.

Every business desires to rank on the first page of search engines for their specific keywords because then, they get to enjoy unlimited organic traffic. Sadly, this cannot happen by chance or magic (unless the website is offering something that others aren’t), much of research, science, experience, and knowledge go into the process.

A website needs to be optimized in a way that allows it to come on top whenever someone is searching for what it represents. For this to be possible, business owners should analyze and study their website for responsiveness, accessibility, and user-friendliness. They also need to consider the meta tags, title tags and keywords placements, their competitors, keyword research, base traffic reports and most importantly, availability of constant content.

As it is, business owners already have much on their hands – they need to take care of the inventory, talk to clients, respond to requests, pay employees, keep up with industry trends, and most of the times, take care of their families. It, therefore, is difficult to juggle between running their business and optimizing their platform, and if they do, it’s likely that one side is suffering.

Websites should consider hiring SEO agency as part of their marketing strategy for a whole lot of reasons, here are some of them;

Focus on their core competencies

Business owners need to focus on why they started the website in the first place. Trying to muddle with the SEO services will only mean giving their client’s divided attention, because again, SEO is a full-time job. By working with an SEO agency, they get to free up time for other things like, running their business, investing, expansion and even family.

Leave it to the professionals

There are numerous things that business people can handle on their own, SEO services is not one of them. This is a highly-specialized job that needs a professional touch if the full effect is to be realized. Reputable SEO agencies have the much-needed expertise to help the websites rank and maintain the top spots for as long as it exists.

Agencies operate as an extension of the business

Some website owners might be skeptical about outsourcing such a critical task to an SEO agency, so they end up hiring an in-house team. One disadvantage of hiring an in-house employee is that it’s risky, especially if he or she is inexperienced or lacks knowledge. Agencies, on the other hand, have more than one expert, so the work gets seen by many professional eyes. A website can benefit a lot from the connections and collaborative efforts.

In conclusion

Of all the reasons why a business should consider hiring an SEO agency is the incredible return on investment that comes with it. Ranking top on search engines means more business and more money in the bank.