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You Might Be Working with a Bad Link Building Company If… [Webinar]

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You Might Be Working with a Bad Link Building Company If… [Webinar]

As much as 41 percent of large companies consider link building as the most difficult SEO tactic to execute. That is according to an Ascend2 research conducted in partnership with Conductor.

The same research also found that more than half of enterprises say they have limited SEO skills in-house – the most challenging obstacle to enterprise SEO success. To overcome this hurdle, a majority of companies outsource all or part of their SEO planning and execution.

That said, hiring an SEO or link building agency doesn’t always solve a company’s SEO troubles. Sometimes, it can even be the beginning of a major headache when you partner with the wrong agency.

The potential for lost revenue, due to shoddy or negligent work, can cost your business more than just the initial spend. Bad links and poor SEO can have far reaching consequences.

So, how do you know whether you’re with the right agency?

Join the next SEJ ThinkTank on Wednesday, September 20, at 2 p.m. ET for a free webinar featuring Joe Oliver, Director of Customer Acquisition at Page One Power.

In this sponsored webinar, Oliver will discuss how to spot the danger signs and navigate the rough waters of a potentially toxic partnership.

Find out:

  • How to spot red flags and prevent agency disasters before they can begin.
  • What to do when you aren’t getting the results you expected.
  • How to ensure you get the most out of your agency partners.
  • What qualities to look for in a good link building agency.

Don’t Let a Bad Partnership Derail Your SEO Efforts

Following Oliver’s presentation, there will be a live Q&A session, hosted by SEJ Founder Loren Baker.

If you want to have a thriving relationship with your agency partner and get the best possible SEO results, register now!

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Angel Niñofranco

Angel Niñofranco

Editorial Assistant at Search Engine Journal

Angel is the Editorial Assistant for Search Engine Journal. She helps the team in the editorial process and other as-needed ... [Read full bio]