BROKEN LINK BUILDING• Broken link building how-to: Tools you’ll need: Xenu - download at http://home.snafu.de/tilman/xenulink.html#Download Domain Hunter Plus - chrome store Web spider - chrome store - not necessary really only if the other tools fuck up Check my links - super cool tool - chrome store Site evaluation tools you already have Godaddy.com http://archive.org/web/web.php Why is it good? 2 things come to mind: Reach out to get a link to replace the broken one OR Support your reachout with a broken link you found on the site of a high value link target
Process:-You wanna build links to a client. Let’s say rayotec.-You wanna look for blogs that are covering yourniche. Rayotec - green blogs, DIY blogs whateva.This is a crossroad in the process:4 different ways to continue
1st way: Hunt for them on usual blog directories like invesp, and the like. Hunt for them with scrapebox. Use custom footprints or blogengine or wordpress Compile a list of your targets in a csv or txt Check the domain pagerank Filter Copy paste or export to a txt Add the whole bunch to Xenu / Screaming Frog / You’ll see broken links after X hours of waiting where X is correlating to the number of targets you found Reach out and ask for a link. Voila!
2nd way: If you prefer a visual check: Go visit a particular blog you’d like to guest post on . Check their blogroll with Check my links. See any red ones? Those are broken. Reach out and tell them : “BTW I found some broken links in your blogroll. Google hates those. No need to thank me just post my article. Bye.” Tada!
3rd way (for ninjas): Find really high PR targets. Check some of their relevant content Check for Broken links in the Content Found one? Great! Go to the broken link url, and check the content that used to be there. Order an article with the same topic from your writer, and tell her to write something 99% similar to the one that used to be there. Post the article on the clients blog. Reach out and tell them: “your shitty resource is not there anymore. Here is the one I found that is also better. Bazinga!
4th way (for rich ninjas): Try to find a broken link in your niche. High PR target. Use domain hunter plus or a normal br.checker and godaddy to find out if the domain is for sale. Check the backlink profile of the domain. Analyze it. Wayback machine would be good. Buy the domain. Rebuild it with some of your content. Recreate the pages that the other sites are linking to. Internal link it to the homepage. From there link to your client. Heureka!