- “Hi, Letâ€™s swap links!”
- “Iâ€™ve already linked to you.”
- “Great site!”
- “You already link to our competitor XYZ.com and we offer a better/complementary product.”
- “Please use the following text in your linkâ€¦”
Subject: Quality link request Hello, I found your website www.stephanspencer.com on Google. We have a quality website at www.ace-mobility.com that will be well ranked on Google. We are happy to upload a link onto this website in any way you request in exchange for a return link. I’m sure you appreciate that this would be of great benefit to us both. To go ahead with this exchange please upload our link information below to your links page. Please reply to email@example.com to say where you have uploaded it. If you would like your return link presenting in a particular way please include this information in your email. I will then arrange for your link to be uploaded and email you again to let you know. Thank you. Regards Jessica Please note, the link needs to be set out as below in order for it to be returned. [rest of email ommitted]All I’ve got to say to that is, “Yeah, right!” Eric Ward shared some secrets on how he crafts link requests that work in Thursday’s link building webinar for MarketingProfs which Eric and I co-presented. MarketingProfs will post the archive of the webinar in their Premium Library soon. And for those of you who aren’t MarketingProfs premium subscribers (you should join, btw, it’s well worth it!), I’ll see if I can get permission from MarketingProfs to post an archive of the webinar here on my blog.