I scoured your blog for articles on customer outreach and noticed a broken link in (post title). Judging from the context, this led to a resource on awareness models, and my blog has an article with exactly that: (link). If you find this a good alternative, would you consider linking to me instead? I'm sure it will live up to your standards. Best regards, Married Example 3 Hi Laura, I scoured your blog for articles on SEO and noticed a link pointing to (another site) in your article (title). Their article seems outdated: it recommends using outdated techniques like writing in the meta key tag
and even harmful ones like keyword stuffing. I happen to have a more up-to-date post on the same subject on my blog titled (post title). Would you consider linking to this one instead of the other article? Here is the link if you are interested: (link). Best wishes, kate Can you see the key points? Let's summarize them:Write as you would write to a person. It seems obvious, but it can be harder than you think! Be careful not to write a cold, impersonal email that reads like employee email list an obvious pattern. Show interest in their work. It's a good way to reduce the distance when it's the first time you write to this person. You won't instantly graduate from a foreigner, but you will score points if you show that you.
know their website and content. Make it mutually beneficial. As it was said earlier in this article, people like that the deal is not one-sided and also benefits them in some way. Say what they have to gain by giving you a link. Be aware, however, that not everyone will accept your offer or even respond. But those who do, no matter how many, will be of great help. So, if you want to get more backlinks, you need to build a very large to eleven! Is your motivation still strong? So there is no time to lose. Find your competitors and enter their link profiles. They will never see it coming.