Episode #1096
When You Should Build Links to a Piece of Content
August 01, 2019

In episode #1096, we discuss when it’s the right time to build links to a piece of content. Tune in to hear when you should be focused on link building.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:27] Today’s Topic: When You Should Build Links to a Piece of Content
  • [00:50] If content is ranking well and in striking distance of being top 3, you can use GSC or Ahrefs to help you.
  • [01:30] If you don’t have domain authority, build your links on the top ten keywords.
  • [02:22] Ahrefs has a tool that will help you see how many back links you would need to build.
  • [03:00] If you have a big budget, but no domain authority, it would be wise to start building links.
  • [03:13] That’s it for today!
  • [03:20] To attend our Growth Accelerator Mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information and to apply.

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