You wouldn’t visit your doctor and demand medication without a thorough exam and proper diagnosis, would you?
Our SEO Roadmap is a two-week strategy project that you can think of as your SEO diagnosis. It’s our chance to get to know your business even better and learn about what makes you tick.
After we complete your SEO Roadmap, you can either keep it for self-service, or we can do the work for you with our full-service link building package
Communication is the lifeblood of all relationships, so we send you a monthly report with all of the links we’ve built for you–that way you’re always in the loop.
Every month, you’ll receive a report with all of the links we’ve built for you. The report include:
Our goal is to provide you with peace of mind that the links we’re building are safe and effective.
Each quarter, you’ll receive an in-depth report analyzing your progress over the past three months. The quarterly report includes:
We know that not everyone is a data nerd like us, so we make sure to explain everything in plain English.
If you’re familiar with SEO, you know that there are many factors that contribute to your site’s ranking in search results. The Linkflow SEO Roadmap includes all of the on-page and off-page ranking factors so you can see where your site needs improvement.
Online SEO tools are great for surface insight, but they are just that–tools. The computer can feed you information, but it can’t formulate it into an actionable plan.
That’s where Linkflow comes in.
Our bread and butter is link building and that doesn’t change whether you’re in a competitive industry or not. While some of our placement sites have broader topics, we still focus on contextual links that are highly relevant to your site.
A SaaS company in the accounting space will likely have a different link profile than a SaaS company in the human resources space, for example, and that is something that we build into each individual plan.
The pages that we target for link building are generally the ones that are most important to your business and have the highest search volume. We also take a look at the type of links that your competitors have in order to get an idea of what is working well for them.
As part of the SEO Roadmap, we figure out whether these pages are home pages, product/service pages, blog posts, or all of the above. From there, we develop a plan to get high-quality links pointing to each of them.