IBOXSEO Content Marking All In One

CONTENT MARKETING TO GROW YOUR BRAND

IBOXSEO Content Marketing

The most complete advertising strategy available to advertisers today as it speaks to consumers at every stage of the purchase funnel – from building brand awareness, to generating interest, to garnering consumer interest and finally initiating purchase.
Due to recent changes with the Google algorithm, practices such as link-building no longer suffice when seeking to rank highly in Google search. Instead, Google are focused on delivering search results which answer the needs of searchers. And to do this, they turn to quality content.
We offer a full-service content marketing service which includes:
1. Content Strategy Formulation
2. Content Creation
           Guest Post
           Authority Guest Post
           Infographics
3. Content Distribution
4. Optimization
5. Reporting

 

WHY US

We Understand Your Audience for Content Ideas
We Develope an Interesting Story with a Unique Angle
We Promote Your Content on:
       Social Media Promotion
       Guest Post
       Authority Site Guest Post
       Press Release 
       Infographic distribution
       Image hosting sites distribution

 

Full Content Marketing Service – All In One Package 


Content Marking All In One Package (Pro)

We will create the killer content and do the guest post on the best quality authority site.
7 high quality guest post content creation with infographic  & 1 Press Release
1x Infographic creation
Infographic  distribution - 65+ infographic directories and 100+ image hosting sites.
1xPress Release creation and distribution. We write for the infographic

 

5x Niche relevant high quality guest post with the infographic (We create the content for your business and write for your infographic. ).
 1x Authority Guest Post with the infographic.

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Content Marking All In One Package (Enterprise)

We will create the killer content and do the guest post on the best quality authority site.
11 high quality guest post content creation with infographic  & 2 Press Release
2x Infographic creation
Infographic  Distribution  - 65+ infographic directories and 100+ image hosting sites.
2xPress Release creation and distribution. We write for the infographic

 

8x Niche relevant high quality guest post(PR2-PR6, DA 20-60) with the infographic (We create the content for your business and write for your infographic. ).
2x Authority Guest Post(PR5-PR8, DA 50-99) with the infographic.

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Our Quality Metrics

Not all links are created equal – search engines consider many factors when determining the value of a link.
Find our more about OUR QUALITY METRICS BELOW

 

It is a measure of the importance of a link and take into account the site’s age, its content and its popularity (Social and Links) among other factors.

Is the number of people that visit a site via target links. Alexa.com and Compete.com both provide traffic estimations and rankings of websites.

Is the creation date of the site. There are many tools on the internet that will share the registered date of a domain including Domaintools.com, Whois.net and Archive.org.

Is how many likes, tweets, shares a site receives from Facebook.com, Twitter.com, Linkedin.com, etc. Sharedcount.com is tool that provides social stats estimates.

The overall view of the website backlinks and considers a wide range of link attributes including the linking page types, content types, domain names, IP address (including C block), anchor usage, PR, degree of relevancy, follow/nofollow, and more. A normal link profile will include many types of links and it is this diversity that helps to naturalize your link profile and insulate your site rankings from algorithm changes or link devaluation. All of the following link attributes are important and they are not necessarily listed in any particular order of priority.
A large number or percentage of your backlinks that are optimized for the same keyword can trigger a penalty. It’s important that proper percentages are maintained and that many of the anchors are for non-keywords (such as the brand name, domain name, “click here”, etc.)

When you have many backlinks from the same domain, Google does not count all of them as valid for the purposes of ranking. For example, 25 links from a single domain may have approximately the same value as three links would have. That’s because Google only gives credit for a few links from the same domain. The number of linking domains can often be more important than the total number of links.

Backlink links should be from multiple domains that are all hosted on the same IP address, they will be heavily discounted and may not be counted at all. Worse, this could trigger a penalty if it looks manipulative. When selecting potential link sources, the link builder should confirm that the domains come from a wide range of IPs. Taking it a step further, all IP addresses are part of a C-block (this refers to the third octet in the IP address) and Google considers that a single entity may control an entire C-block, so diversity should be considered at the C-block level. For example, 210.194.54.21 may be considered to be the same IP as 210.194.54.99 (for link evaluation purposes) since they are both part of the same C-block (201.194.54.x). The new IPv6 addresses work in a similar manner.

PR or PageRank is Google’s brand name for their authority score algorithm. Google measures the raw strength of a page in terms of PR. A natural link profile will have links from pages that have, overall, an average PR that’s near the average of all pages in the Google index. This average PR is always 1.00. Google actually floats the PR scores across the index to force the average to always be 1.00 (per their patent filing) so it will look unnatural if your link profile shows links from pages that, as a group, have a much higher or much lower average PR than the Google index average.

A relevant link is a link that comes from a page that is about the same or similar topic as the page that the link points to. Of course everyone knows that relevant links are good. However, even the highest ranking, most trusted sites have a certain percentage of their backlinks that do not come from relevant pages, and this is considered to be natural. If a too-high percentage of your links are relevant, this can be a problem. Likewise, if too few of your links are relevant, this is also a problem. It needs to be a natural mix of mostly, but not all, relevant links.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Links should come from wide variety of page types. If all of the  links come from pages with an identical footprint, this can be a problem. For example, if a high percentage of your links come from WordPress footer links, Google may assume that this link was part of the design template and should not be trusted as a link and may actually consider it to be a link spam tactic deserving of a penalty.

Everyone knows that it’s good to have in-content “contextual” links. But it’s normal for some links to come from a wide variety of locations within the content, i.e., both contextual and non-contextual locations. The idea is to have a natural mix of link locations within or near the content.

By default, a link is “do follow” meaning it is a normal link. Sometimes webmasters and site owners deliberately block a link from being indexed by Google through the use of various techniques including the rel=nofollow tag.  Natural link profiles will usually contain some nofollow links. A link profile with hundreds of links that are all dofollow links will not look natural.

There are many types of pages on the internet including blogs, ecommerce, corporate sites, directories, social media profiles, article sites, news sites, etc. It’s best if your links come from a natural mix of all types of sites. A link profile that, for example, consists only of links from social media profile pages may be considered untrustworthy.

A large number or percentage of your backlinks that are optimized for the same keyword can trigger a penalty. It’s important that proper percentages are maintained and that many of the anchors are for non-keywords (such as the brand name, domain name, “click here”, etc.)

If your site is in the USA and written in English, getting a few links from foreign sites or sites written in other languages will not hurt, as long as this percentage is considered normal. If a too-high percentage of your links, for example, come from sites located or registered in India or China, this may be a problem unless it is considered normal for your niche. For example, many links from other countries to a USA site geared towards immigration or visas could be considered natural since most sites in that niche will likely have a similar link profile. It can also be considered natural if the site content reflects this type of international relationship. Google can determine location by registrar (whois) information, physical hosting location (IP) of the sites, contact/address information published on the sites, the content, the language, and country specific TLD (like co.uk, .ca,  .cn, .etc.).

If your site is for a local business, then geotargeting is particularly applicable to the content surrounding the link, where you should emphasize the location. Also, it’s best to get some links from sites that are “local” to your area.

These are links where one website links to another, who then links back to the original site creating a situation where the sites appear to have “traded” links. Like other attributes mentioned, a certain amount of this is normal because it can naturally happen with no intentional effort to manipulate rankings by either party. But care should be taken to make sure these types of links are in the extreme minority.

There is no room for diversity here. The pages who link to you should be quality pages of original, well written content. Not spun, scraped or gibberish content. Low quality pages are eventually filtered out and will have no value. Spun or scraped content indicates that the site was built for, or is mainly used for, SEO link building. Enough of these pages linking to you can be dangerous to your rankings.

Another area where there is no room for diversity. If you rent links from a site that rents links, it’s only a matter of time before the rental site, along with their clients, get penalized. 0% of your links should be rented links.

It’s best to mostly link only to relevant pages, and never to a bad neighborhood like porn, hate, pills or gambling sites, or to sites that are mostly advertisements or affiliate links. Linking to authority sites in your topical niche has been shown to have some benefit to your own rankings. However, know that any link value exiting your site in this manner is no longer available for recirculation within your site, regardless of whether you employ rel=nofollow or not, so providing links to others must be done in moderation and should be for your users benefit, not for a link trade.

A normal link profile includes links that accumulate over a period of time and will have diversity in the age of the links. But every site must start with zero links and you have to start somewhere, so it’s usually necessary to start out slowly. However, some sites that receive online press/media attention or social buzz can often grow links more rapidly without a problem. In the strategic planning stage of a link building campaign, it is important to calculate what level of velocity will be considered “normal”, taking into account the topical niche and other factors. A smart SEO professional with link building experience can make recommendations that will allow you to grow links at the fastest (safe) velocity for your situation.

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