LinkMoses Private from Eric Ward - $8/month
"Smartest $8 I ever spent. Not one email goes by that I don't learn something new" @Jesse1420
10-15 Link Opportunity Alerts (LOAs) and linking strategies
sent via private email every month
Current Issue Is:
LinkMoses Private #150 - Weekend Edition - Olympic Games Project - Linking Q/A - News - 7 Link Opportunity Alerts
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Further Details and Intro Video Below
LinkMoses Private Overview
LinkMoses Private (LMP) consists of several posts sent via email every month, containing 10-15 high quality Link Opportunity Alerts (LOAs), linking strategies, ideas, linking case studies, news and tactics.
I've provided reliable and effective linking advice since November of 1994. I've been creating linking strategies for clients and my own sites since before there were search engines. Take a look at this search for link building expert Eric Ward, you'll see thousands of results that provide a sense of how my approach is unique and successful.
LinkMoses Private is not about tricking Google. LinkMoses Private is about linking techniques that help with both click traffic and organic rankings today and for the long term. The ultimate goal of LinkMoses Private is to help you improve and sculpt a more effective inbound link profile. This involves recognizing the wide variety of linking opportunities that are available to you, from social media to the deep web, if you know where to look and how to pursue them.
Real Linking Experts Are Few and Far Between
"The less you rely
on Google for traffic, the better your chances for long term success. Ironically,
if you stop worrying so much about Google and worry about creating the
best site possible, your Google
have devoted thousands of hours over the years learning as much as possible about how content on the web gets discovered. There's far more to links than most people realize, and while Google is an important part of any linking strategy, you can devote too much time to Google and lose perspective.
Cost and Benefits
My clients have ranged from Goliath's like Disney and Amazon to mom and pops, and I've purposely stayed a one person operation. I've done the link building, strategy development, analytics, and outreach myself for my clients since 1994. I don't outsource. LinkMoses Private is my way of sharing the best of what I've learned, and continue to learn. LinkMoses Private will help you create a sustainable merit-based link profile.
Keeping You Ahead of the Curve
I'm using MailChimp to deliver my private emails. MailChimp supports the Amazon.com payments system, but you can also pay via PayPal.
If you use PayPal you can pay via a monthly option ($8), or an annual option ($96) via the below buttons. Enter your email address and click your preferred option.
Subscribe annually ($96)
Once you've signed up for LinkMoses Private via PayPal above, and I'll add your name manually to the member roster.
Again, I'm keeping the price low because not every link opportunity will be applicable to every one of you, depending on the subject vertical you are in and your site's content. Even so, the strategies and learning that you'll take from them will have value, as they will be based on my nearly two decades of experience building links and creating linking strategies. At $8 per month, there is no service on the web that is anything like LinkMoses Private. I have thousands of contacts I've made over the years, and I only want a few hundred subscribers, at which point I'll close the service to new members. I'm not seeking to reach millions of people, just those who understand what I do and can take action on the Link Opportunity Alerts.
Whitelisting LinkMoses Private...You may want to check your spam folders for the posts I've sent. I've learned that some of my posts ended up in spam folders or flagged as spam. The primary reason for this is the combination of the number of clickable links I include in my posts, the fact that some of them are short-cut URLs, and because the posts are quite long. Apparently this combination triggers spam detection filters, and can cause you to never see the posts. I'm anti-spam and LinkMoses Private is about link building techniques that are not spam. Oh, the irony...
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LinkMoses Private as featured in CIO Magazine
Joost de Valk said..."A mere $8 a month? That, my friends, is hilariously little money.Good solid links, with great instructions on how to get them. I've subscribed for less than 2 months and already, I've gotten several links out of the link building tips. Now you see why I think all of you, should go and subscribe". [see blog post]
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- Shawn R.
-- chumpsfromoxford (email)
LinkMoses by @ericward AWESOME STUFF Eric - what a great read and fantastic resource :) Keep it up, mate! [via twitter]
-- Steve Doss
others have said about Eric Ward
One of the web's original link builders, Eric prides himself on working with only the best of the best - if your content is top notch and serves a greater cause than simply business, Eric is a promotion and link building guru with contacts that would make the New York Times envious.
— Rand Fishkin, seomoz.org
reading the free edition of your newsletter I realized that your report
will be worth every penny. It'll be required reading for me and my link
— Stoney G deGeyter, positionmarketing.com
astounding amount of information on link building and content publicity
tactics - information like this is just not offered anywhere else. Having
had personal training and gone to seminars where you've spoke, I consider
THE WARD REPORT to be a valued investment for my professional learning...people
have no idea how valuable this information is.
— Valerie DiCarlo, seo-web-consulting.com
you're not following Eric Ward, who are you following? There's a
reason he has been so aptly named "Link Moses.
— Chris Bennett, 97thfloor.com
|Eric knows what he's talking about, and his insights are priceless.|
appreciate all the great information you pass on. I am definitely
an advocate of the Eric Ward school of Link Building and Content Publicity!
—James Peggie, Elixir Systems
is like having Eric spend an hour with you every month giving you his top
tips. For Webmasters and/or SEO/M types The Ward Report is one of the best
deals I've seen.
— Bob Mutch, www.seocompany.ca
|Eric is one of the most plugged in professionals we know, having been online approximately forever. So if you want to get your news around, call the guy. In addition to being non-annoying, he's extremely effective in telling Heavy Duty Influentials what it is you're doing. This is especially valuable in cases where you yourself have forgotten.|
|Those who want the job done right by the best in the business flock to Eric Ward and count themselves lucky that the maestro isn't booked into the next millennium.|
|Ward has been the Svengali behind the scenes of some of the Web's best known launches, from Amazon.com to Rodney.com|
|In April of 1997 Eric Ward is included as one of the 100 most influential people in the world on the Internet as named by Websight Magazine. In a bit of dramatic forshadowing, the magazine goes out of business a couple months later.|
|.Eric Ward may well be the foremost expert on promoting Web site launches and Web events — Interactive PR News.|
|The impact of Eric Ward's approach is optimal. — NetGuide Magazine|
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