Good results with Google often depend on the links from other websites pointed toward your website. But acquiring those links is frustratingly difficult, even for experienced webmasters and SEOs, much more so for the average business owner.
The temptation is to outsource your link building. That’s not a bad idea, in fact, sometimes it’s the ONLY way to get your link building done. But it carries a risk.
In this mini-course, Master SEA instructor and SEO consultant Ross Barefoot takes a look at a case study where outsourcing link building did more harm than good. What you’ll learn from this case study:
The goal of this mini-course is not to convince you NOT to outsource, but rather to empower you to keep tabs on what any link builder does for you.
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Ross Barefoot has 19 years of experience in website programming and development, and 13 years of experience in Search Engine Optimization and Marketing (SEO/SEM). Ross is a SEA Certified Master Level Instructor with the Search Engine Academy and serves on its board of directors and educational committee. Ross has been with Horizon Web Marketing since 2012 as chief SEO strategist and trainer, and in 2014 took on the role of CTO. Ross uses his industry expertise to set client strategies, troubleshoot difficult SEO issues, and keep our staff trained and up to date on cutting-edge SEO techniques so we deliver the best possible results for our clients.