Pure, editorial links that are able to move the needle and improve your site’s backlink profile (and consequently rankings) are harder and harder to get.
And yet, without links, there are no rankings…
While Google is working on introducing other ranking factors, links are at the core of its algorithm. Link equity is still the most powerful (and yes, the only) way to get found in search.
With that, let me introduce you to our powerful link building service, infographic link building.
We develop highly sharable and cited infographics which drive links long-term:
- Data-driven (using your unique data or publicly available data)
- Highly referenced (by journalists and publishers)
- High-ranking (driving long-term signals)
Here’s our process:
|We brainstorm infographic ideas which align to your product or service and have an ability to rank*
|We design your infographic and get your approval
|We promote it everywhere it can be discovered by journalists and bloggers (and run an outreach too)
- Our goal is to get your infographics ranked for searchable queries, so it can drive links in the long run
Schedule a free call with Ann Smarty
You can schedule a 15-minute call with me personally or email me at seosmarty AT gmail.com
I’ll review your site, explain what to expect and walk you through the process
What are infographics?
Infographics are visual representations of information, data, or knowledge designed to convey complex concepts or data in a clear and concise manner. They combine text, images, and graphical elements to present information in a visually appealing and easily understandable format.
Infographics are used across various fields, including journalism, marketing, education, and data analysis, to simplify complex topics and make information more accessible to a wide audience.
There are different kinds of infographics, including:
- Statistical infographics
- Comparison infographics
- Timeline infographics
- Geographical infographics, etc.
Why use infographics for link building?
Infographics are often used for link building because they present information in new ways. Not all infographics drive links, though. You need a thorough research of topics and angles that tend to attract links. This research includes competitive research, neighboring niche research, outdated content research and more.
When can we expect results?
Every project relies on editorial links, so results may vary. Some infographics go viral, others start ranking and driving links within 6 months or more.
No link building method that can guarantee immediate or quantitative results can be considered a safe link building method, so we don’t guarantee any kind of results. What we guarantee is that we will do our best for each project.
For many of our clients, our infographics remain the most powerful pages (traffic- and link-wise) for months and years.
How is your infographic link building different?
We have years of experience developing highly cited infographics in just about any niche. We stand by each project.
Our goal is not to show you shiny numbers. Our goal is long-term: We want each project to succeed in the long run, so it can keep driving ranking signals (i.e. links and brand awareness) for months and years to come.
What else will I receive if I buy an infographic link building package?
Each project includes a complimentary competitive link building report highlighting other tactics which you can implement to attract links. These could be free tool ideas, linkable content ideas, PR link ideas (being featured in interviews and podcasts), etc.
What people are saying about Ann
Ann is a tremendous marketer with a wealth of experience and advanced knowhow.Philip Nikolayev, Science & Technology Marketer at Search Benefit
Ann is a genius in her own right. Her deep insight on online marketing has enabled her to carve a niche for herself within the industry. Widely respected, and acknowledged as one of the sharpest brains in SEO, Ann is a delight to work withRajiv Karran, Operations Manager at Juniper Networks
It isn’t just that Ann is very knowledgeable – which she is – but she’s a great person to work with too: she shares her expertise freely and is always pleasant to be around online. Rare combination! Ann is also a superb team leader. It looks effortless when she gets everyone to do what they need to be doing, but anyone who has ever managed a team knows how difficult it is. She’s great at what she does.Patricia Skinner, Digital Marketing, Content Strategy and Development