Your competitors get links on high DR news sites. HOW!?Authority Builder’s Digital PR is content marketing for those impossible to land, authoritative links.
We create newsworthy content for you to publish on your website.
Then we reach out to our journalistic contacts to get you featured on some of the biggest sites on the internet.
What are you offering?
High quality links can be gained through digital public relations activity - in short, getting links to your site from the press. Our partners have secured tens of thousands of links this way.
What does the process look like?
First, setup a call so we can learn more about your website and business needs.
Then we’ll brainstorm a number of creative stories that will interest journalists.
Once approved, we’ll write the content which you would then upload to your site.
Then a release statement is sent to all relevant journalists with the aim of coverage and links.
New coverage is added to a real-time report so you can stay up to speed.
Absolutely not. This is something different entirely.
We leverage existing publisher and journalist relationships to get a much better result than an automated distribution service ever could.
Using a press release as the guide to a story, journalists then go on to write around it, using the facts, figures and information in it as a reference.
Sometimes they use the original press release completely, and sometimes they go original.
That said, even near-identical coverage across many media outlets is unproblematic, otherwise press releases from large brands like Apple would cause them a ton of issues!
The Big Quarantine Clean - Campaign secured 120 follow links, including Metro (DA 93), Express (DA 93), and Yorkshire Evening Post (DA 78).
The rise of hangover childcare - Using Google Analytics we spotted an emerging trend in early morning babysitters. Campaign links included MSN (DA 95), Yahoo (DA 94), and Daily Star (DA 91).
Top UK Hen and Stag locations - Simple data story packaged for the press resulted in 147 links including Mirror (DA 93), The Scotsman (DA 90), and WalesOnline (DA 88).