For now, the Link Prospector’s Help and FAQ page will live here on the blog. We’ll migrate eventually to a more suitable spot :) Your Campaigns Your campaigns are folders that store your prospects. You can name them after your clients for example or specific initiatives you’re working on. Grouping your prospects for a client… [Read More]
Congrats, Link Prospector – you’ve come a long way in learning how to use the link prospector tool. You’ve selected your link building tactic, discovered productive research phrases, dialed in your parameters to a razor focus and qualified your list down to 100 or 1000 of the best-suited prospects. Now, at last, it’s time for… [Read More]
Congratulations link prospector – you’re moving right along! By now you’ve selected your tactic, identified some productive prospecting phrases, and dialed in your parameters. My hope is that you remembered to hit the big blue “Submit” button at the bottom of the Find Prospects page :) If so you will have prospects in about 10-20… [Read More]
Once you’ve selected your report type and found some productive research phrases, it’s time to “dial in” your prospects with the Link Prospector’s Advanced Targeting Parameters. Setting the parameters can help reduce your time spent qualifying your results by “weeding out” or narrowing the non-prospects before you even download your results.
The Link Prospector takes your research phrases and combines them with tactic-specific footprints. This is what we use to find prospects for you. Your research phrases determine how useful and relevant your prospects will be. What’s tricky about research phrases is that what works for one tactic may not work for another. Productive research phrases… [Read More]
This is part of a series on using the Link Prospector. After creating a new campaign for your account (campaigns are essentially “folders” for organizing your link prospects) it’s time to click “Find Prospects” and pick a report type. The report types in the Link Prospector are roughly organized around tactics. Here are a list… [Read More]