They say link building is useless…. Please let me know if they’re full of sh*t.
But how can that be? Who finds the great content in the first place? Maybe the key is that the content has to match some long tail keywords that it on page 1 just by existing. Then from there, enough people find it that somebody links to it, and so on….
Pack Protocols LLC started out as a Packaging Engineering Consultancy back in 2013. As we began to gain clients, it was noticeable after work was completed, the majority of our clients did not reach out for future work. This outcome could be due to multiple reasons. What are the best ways to turn an existing one-time client into a repeat client?
Richard’s question was a bit long for the headline of this post. Here’s the full question:
Suppose you have a tiny site, and you’re short of every resource: time, money, energy. What should you do to get some traction if you have basically no options? If it’s your side hustle or your own business and you spend all your time on client work?