Scalable Link Building Plan for Corporate Websites

Corporate Link BuildingIn the natural world and history of big corporations, monopolizing smaller businesses is one of the most conventional wisdoms that they all perceive as a key to progressively succeed in their own respective industries. That business outlook can surely work and bring in just about the same results when it comes to link building.

Large businesses have the biggest advantage when competing for search engine ranking positions, given that they have the funds to size up the reach and efficiency of their online marketing campaigns. However, some may and do fail, mainly because of the funds that they are able to expend and the intention of speeding up their objective’s development timeline, which often results to participation on link buying schemes (that will eventually be caught by Google).

Establishing a corporation takes time, and that’s somehow equal to establishing your brand’s online presence and reputation.

Link Building in this Generation

This process is vastly recognized as the most vital phase in terms of making keywords rank on search engine result pages (SERP). But today, link development seems to play a much bigger role than just to support, maintain or improve your keyword(s)’ search rankings, since it can be utilized as well in influencing other aspects of online marketing such as:

  • Building a strong brand identity through relevant interactions.
  • Setting your brand as an authority in your industry through editorial and contextual citations.
  • Sending trust signals to search engines through high-value link acquisition (visibility/placement and relevance).
  • Maintaining the prestige factor of the company’s site through the quality of external sites endorsing and linking to it.
  • Generating leads and highly targeted traffic through externally distributed content.
  • In managing the company’s online reputation.

The principle of a sustainable and scalable link building strategy should be able to fortify as well as to prolong the brand’s authentic popularity, which in turn can influence the site’s search rankings by means of natural linking, seeing as execution of this marketing perspective is a strong indication of trust to both users and search engines.

8 Ways to Build Links to Corporate Websites

1. Corporate Blogging

One of the most significant factors that enable corporate blogs to transcend and stand out in their industry is the ability of their organization to breed extremely talented bloggers that can showcase your brand’s expertise in the field. Building a team of experts that can shape their own individual personalities and presence on the web through providing solid content/interactions in and out of your domain can tremendously increase your site’s linkability (given that strong web personalities can naturally attract links).

You can also stretch the capacity of your content production within your organization by encouraging each department to contribute and share their expertise (from management, labor, accounting, legal, marketing, etc…). In this way, you are increasing your site’s chances of attracting more link opportunities from different sectors and given that most of your contributors (employees) will voluntarily promote their own contributions to their own networks, which is a good way to develop linkers within your group.

Tasks that your team of expert bloggers can employ:

  • Guest blogging, wherein they can build their own personal brand that’s still incorporated to your organization (link attributes to your site).
  • Community participation, where they can contribute to relevant discussions on other authority blogs, high-traffic forums, Q&A sites and social networks, and eventually bring the discussions back to your site.
  • Reach out to and engage link prospects (thought-leaders and authority figures in your industry) through social media interactions to improve the depth of your brand’s reach and contacts.
  • Strict content editorial analysis, to assure that the site as well as your distributed content is providing high quality information to possible linkers.

Basically, you’ll want to establish your bloggers’ reputation as an authority, individually, in order to generate relationship-based links to your site along the process.

2. Constant Addition and Promotion of Viral, Useful and Evergreen Content

Adding new content to your site simply equates to adding new high quality links, may it be internal or external. Continuous creation of content that can go viral and be useful to your target audience can result to links through social bookmarks, shares or resource links/mentions.

It’s also important to implement a strategic keyword distribution on all of your cornerstone (viral/evergreen) content, as people who will be linking to your content have high possibilities of using the content’s title as anchor text when linking back to it. This will allow your keyword-focused content to further improve its search rankings and generate highly targeted visitors through organic search.

Types of content that you can constantly add in your site:

  • Comprehensive resource articles (like tutorials, extreme lists or how to articles)
  • Interview other industry experts or crowdsourcing
  • High-utility rich media content like infographics, videos, podcasts and slide presentations
  • Research, case studies and survey results
  • Downloadable and redistributable whitepapers
  • Link bait type blog posts
  • Free to access web-based tools/apps

In promoting your viral/evergreen content:

  • Gather and build a contact list of webmasters that might be interested to link to your content, preferably sites that host thematic resource pages or curated posts, since offering a valuable content for them to link to have high response rate when doing email outreach compared to requesting for a link directing to your homepage.
  • Promote the content through social media, which normally involves Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Stumbleupon, Google+ and/or Reddit outreach, wherein you can use your personal, professional and industry-related relationships in starting the syndication.
  • Disseminate the content by highlighting it on your externally distributed content (like guest blog posts, whitepapers, press releases, interviews, etc…). You can also link back to your viral content as a resource every time you participate on discussions on related forums, Q&A sites and blogs.
  • Pitch the story to news websites, if the content is newsworthy. Provide all the necessary resources (links) that they might need and keep the pitch concise.

For a more extensive guide on how to promote your content, you can check out my older post about how to get editorial links.

Lastly, make these viral and highly linkable content internally link to your site’s important landing pages using their targeted keywords as anchor texts, given that these content will eventually gain stronger page authority over time as they naturally attract incoming links/link juice from external websites that will be all passed through to your site’s important pages, which can in turn boost your landing pages’ organic search rankings.

3. Blog Incubation

I stole borrowed the term from Rand Fishkin, but I think the concept is still somehow related to what he had originally described. The main objective of this strategy is to strengthen your brand’s online presence through consistent content contribution or collaboration on other reputable blogs in your industry. Below are some steps on how to implement this method:

  • Identify the top blogs in your industry that have strong following and determine the site/blog’s strength using metrics such as domain authority, traffic data as well as homepage PageRank.
  • Collect their contact details and try to request if you can submit a guest blog post. Once your guest blog has been published, help in promoting the submitted content and be as responsive as you can to the comments that your guest entry will receive.
  • Build a good relationship with the blog owners and try to submit more content to be published on their blogs (resourceful and non-promotional posts). Try to submit content twice or thrice each month and respond to their visitors’ queries and comments, as this will establish your brand on these highly anticipated industry sectors.
  • The more visible you are on these high quality blogs is the more you are able to build high-value links (links that have high click-through) and the more you can absorb highly-targeted visitors to your site through highly exemplified brand signals.
  • You can also choose to include emerging blogs that provide high-quality content in your campaign and have high potentials of growing as an authority in the field. Invest on them by helping them promote their blogs, contributing content or helping them out financially (optional).
  • Another alternative is to hire bloggers to write about topics related to your industry and provide them with tools that they’ll possibly need to maintain the external support blog(s) such as domain registration, hosting services, SEO-related tools, autoresponders, etc…

4. Organize or Sponsor Events and Incentivize Linking

Use offline and online events as a channel in marketing your brand, as there are lots of link opportunities on these occasions (mostly driven by brand impressions), particularly if you’ll be able to physically/virtually interact with your target audience. Here are some of the types of events that you can choose to organize or sponsor:

  • Meetups
  • Seminars
  • Conferences
  • Webinars
  • Awards

It’s imperative to specifically target individuals and organizations that have online presence, since you’ll be encouraging them to share the experience of attending the event. This call to action is very doable if you have hosted/sponsored the event or have presented as a speaker. In finding local events (meetups) to sponsor, you can use

You can also incentivize the linking processes for the events that you’ll organize, like offering Widgets to serve as certificates for attending or being part of the event (ex: widgets for nominees, winners, speakers, participants/members, etc…), to intensify the chances of obtaining links from the event’s participants. Naturally, these widgets will link back to your site once installed, so it’s also important to make the process of acquiring the widget easier for your participants.

Grow your organization eventually by making your event(s) commemorated annually or yearly, as this will allow your group to continuously expand its own network, especially in collaborating with other experts in your industry.

5. Cultivate Link Builders within your Organization – Your Employees

Most people in this generation have their own social networking sites accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc…), and some may have their own personal blogs. Educating your employees how important links are for your business will be extremely valuable for your online marketing campaign, particularly in promoting and syndicating your site’s business content to various social networks, given that social signals serve as a significant factor in search engine rankings these days.

Orient your members on how you can all execute this phase in your online marketing such as automating the social sharing process (ex. Twitterfeed or Triberr) or by sending mass email to your employees every time you have a new content published on your site. Just imagine how many retweets, Facebook likes/shares and Google +1 you can get if you have 100+ employees who are socially active on the web, it can extremely impact your content’s performance in terms of visibility.

6. Build a Community

Creating a strong community with a large amount of active followers that consistently participate on conversations is very advantageous when it comes to establishing your brand as an authority in the field as well as in generating brand advocates that will voluntarily link to your domain.

You can choose to acquire and re-brand an existing forum in your industry that already has stable flow of traffic or build a new one that will be hosted within your site’s domain. The main key to a successful community is to be as supportive, useful and responsive as you can to your members and to display leadership through conversations related to what your business excels on.

Exceptionally useful threads and conversations do attract links, especially when users link back to it as a source of industry-related information. It’s also a great way to demonstrate your brand’s expertise and establish trust that can help your business acquire more leads and referrals through voluntarily given links.

7. Social Media Integration

Social media has been a very influential sector of online marketing and search engine optimization in these past few years. The main objective of aligning your online marketing campaign with social media is to amplify your brand visibility on social networks where you can easily interact with your target market (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc…).

In this segment of marketing your brand, it’s important to increase the quantity as well as quality of your followers in order to improve your business’ reach, seeing that the process of expanding the reach and visibility of your content allows it to encompass more natural citations/links through your networks’ networks.

Some of the ways that you can implement to improve the number of your followers on popular social networks:

  • Launch a contest that includes following you on social networking sites in the mechanics.
  • Maximize your call to action on each of your site’s content by implementing force multipliers, in which you can encourage/manipulate your visitors to act on simple tasks such as sharing the content on various social networks (tweet, like, FB share, Google+1, stumble, Linkedin share, etc…) and to follow you on social networks you actively update.
  • Use your social network profile links as CTAs on your email signatures, offline advertisements, free whitepapers and guest blog posts – learn more about static marketing.

8. Brand Monitoring

Tracking your brand’s reputation on different web channels is vital these days, especially for large companies, seeing as consumers are now more capable of dismantling strong brands over the web with just a negative sentiment about their experience with the brand, and this can certainly affect your business in many ways – both in marketing and conversions.

However, in link building, monitoring your brand’s performance in terms of search, social and content can help you develop a much stronger brand identity and uncover more link opportunities. Below are some steps to execute in using this area of online marketing to build links:

  • Find positive mentions about your brand, products, high profile employees (in-house blogger, CEO, consultants, etc…) and branded services on Twitter, blog posts, forum threads or news articles.
  • You can use tools such as Google Alerts, Twitter Search, Social Mention or Trackur to track these mentions.
  • Try to contact users that have positively mentioned your brand (through Twitter or blog posts) and thank them. Once you have established a connection, you can then offer to send free samples of your new products/services to them and ask if they’ll be interested to review your new product(s). This should have a higher acceptance rate as they have already experienced and possibly liked your previous product/service.

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Jason Acidre

Jason Acidre is the Co-Founder and CEO of Xight Interactive - a digital marketing agency based in the Philippines. He's also the sole author of this SEO blog. You can follow him on Twitter @jasonacidre.

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63 replies
  1. TrafficColeman
    TrafficColeman says:

    Yes..building a site up in the search engines can be like pulling teeth….but if you implement the rights strategy then you will see good signs down the road.

    “Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

  2. Colter A.
    Colter A. says:

    I recently started a company and have found that many link building sites are eager to take my money and build me links. I have spent my entire savings to start this business and it would be terrible to loose it all because of link builders, what is the safest way to get effective backlines at a cost effective rate and not get kicked out of Google? Please let me know as I’m currently doing backline myself

    • Kaiserthesage
      Kaiserthesage says:

      I would suggest to invest on hiring and training an in-house specialist that will pursue links that will benefit your business. It’s more cost-effective and certainly scalable for your company, plus you can ensure that your link building campaign is always on the right track (ethical).

      • Toni Atkinson
        Toni Atkinson says:

        Great suggestion- I’d add: just follow the steps in this post! Be patient, consistent and aim for long term visibility. I would also add make sure the site is fully optimized and is synchronized with the language and needs of searchers. Good luck and enjoy!

  3. Mark@TheBitBot Organic SEO & SEM Blog
    Mark@TheBitBot Organic SEO & SEM Blog says:

    I know a lot of major corporations that fall far short of taking advantage of corporate blogging.

    i.e….the company I work for which is a US-based fortune 300 company.

    It’s sad, really….not taking advantage of that.

    In addition to that, well optimized product pages as link bait.


    • Kaiserthesage
      Kaiserthesage says:

      I couldn’t agree more Mark! I guess because of the prestige factor of their brands, they can simply disregard this process of online marketing, though in an SEO standpoint, blogging is really vital, not only through links, but also in generating/pushing more leads for your business.

      Also, simple blog posts can simply boost product pages’ search rankings with just some smart internal linking 🙂

  4. Amenda Winter
    Amenda Winter says:

    I am sure that this can be very helpful to me and for all the readers there…Thanks a lot for the post…I like it…

  5. Betty
    Betty says:

    One of the most common I advices I had read for bloggers is joining a social network site. A blogger need to participate in a lot of interaction and introduce their blog. I have also seen bloggers helping other bloggers by placing a link of their blog to their own post. There are a lot of effective tips here Jason. I will learn them all as fast as I can. Thank you for the info.

  6. Jason Mitchev
    Jason Mitchev says:

    I like the idea of “Blog Incubation”, no matter how it came about. 🙂 Checking out others and seeing how they work and getting to know the webmasters/owners can be incredibly beneficial.

  7. Haris Krijestorac
    Haris Krijestorac says:

    Nice article, this is a good 101 on scalable corporate link-building. I’ve been working on some corporate link-building projects myself lately, and I think that after this basic education there are some basic challenges in corporate building in a corporate context. I have some proposals about how to ‘fix’ them, although I don’t have enough experience yet to see if they work :).

    1) Most corporate sites are so big that they suffer from poor information architecture. For example, I’ve seen a few companies with blogging platforms that are subfolders of the main site, and then they put their blogs as subfolders of that subfolder. A better way to do it would be to redirect that URL to a subfolder of the main page that covers the topic of the blog. That way, you tell the engines that the links built up from that content source refer to a page that covers the same topic as the blog, NOT the blogging platform.

    2) Corporate employees are generally risk-adverse, and lack the ‘boldness’ to create the kind of content that generally goes viral on the Internet. I think a solution would be to make sure blogs have an editor that is an experienced blogger that can provide feedback to people who are just starting to blog seriously. It’s not hard stuff to learn, and they’ll be on their way in no time.

    3) Companies that buy the products/services of corporations (generally other corporations) probably do not spend as much time browsing the web or social media as other folks. I’m sure they perform searches, but they probably won’t link to, share, or RT a piece of content. As a result, doing corporate link-building doesn’t always require creating content that targets the actual consumer. Instead, I believe it’s OK to create viral content just to gain search/social authority through the ‘linkerati’.

  8. SEO Philippines
    SEO Philippines says:

    I think that corporate businesses have the advantage of acquiring resources in terms of online visibility, allowing them to expedite their brands positioning over time. However, once they get there, (traffic goals, positioning, etc.) it is hard to further improved their position since they have their own brand reputation to maintain. They have to be very careful on decision making and controversies surrounding their corp image.,and unlike other smaller brands that can easily adjust and adapt to new strategies at present, corporations are always on the brink of make it or break it schemes since people are always on the look for buzz( both positive and negative).

    Internet is really the merger of small and big corporations, I believe. Create a good brand with useful content and you’re there, be a corporate brand with junk transaction and unhappy clients and your out.

  9. Jonathan Walker
    Jonathan Walker says:

    A very good post which I’m sure many will find useful.

    It is all very “ideal scenario” though, there will be many examples of corporations that won’t want to develop “linkable” content, won’t be the type of business to attract social attention and would be extremley difficult to develop many quality links.

    what would you suggest in that worst case scenario? 🙂

  10. Kristina L.
    Kristina L. says:

    building links is not that a problem, it is more time consuming, but then again, anything is-if we want to make it through, we have to sacrifice something. Of course, not everyone can end up in the story being big, as with companies…the bigger ones will eat the small fish.

  11. Seo Services
    Seo Services says:

    Yes link building in this way will work good and rank high. For link building quantity does not matter quality of links matter. so try to make link on high pr sites they will be very effective. nice post.keep sharing your views.

  12. Chris Warren
    Chris Warren says:

    It is just heart breaking whenever you have a company with so many resources available to them (like 100 employees tweeting) and to see them go untapped. I think it is one of those difficult issues where a company that is truly unaware of SEO does not typically want to bring someone in in-house and they most likely will not reap the rewards that their position provides by outsourcing it. Even if you outsource to a truly brilliant SEO it will be difficult for him to leverage all of the resources companies like this have over the period of a short contract particularly when you have to get initiatives passed by management.

  13. Michael J Archibeck@forex broker
    Michael J Archibeck@forex broker says:

    Really useful information! And look how many other sites – a complete twaddle. But not here, and it pleases!

  14. Mario@zapatos andrea
    Mario@zapatos andrea says:

    Very complete and comprehensive post. Link building is such a pain in the arse that most of us are tempted to use automated software or outsource the link building process. Doing it the right way is hard work but it is worth it.

  15. John@website consulting
    John@website consulting says:

    This is a great post! In an effort to build quality backlinks, I am always looking for resources like this to find new ideas. Thank you! I should also note, SEO-hacker is a top dog in SEO and I highly suggest his articles and advise!

  16. Bingo Ventura
    Bingo Ventura says:

    This correlates back to relevent linking.

    Speaking of Social Media Interaction, You should check out my post on how Wow-ed I am about Google+. Check it out, partner.

    Nice post, by the way.

  17. Brendan Cournoyer
    Brendan Cournoyer says:

    Another excellent post Jason. Glad you listed blogging at no. 1. A lot of companies have realized the value of corporate blogs but still aren’t getting the best value out of them. I think generating content for them alone is enough of a challenge for most, let alone SEO and link building strategies. But these are great tips you have listed here that ANYONE can use to boost their visibility.

    • Kaiserthesage
      Kaiserthesage says:

      Thanks for the awesome comment Brendan, also for citing this post on Openviewpartner’s blog 🙂 Personally, I’m also more into brand development than aiming for highly competitive search terms these days. I find it more sustainable and yet challenging.

  18. Anjana
    Anjana says:

    Yes building links is a key to the success in the modern world. The 8 steps describe here are really useful and actually they are quite effective. So this is something that should be studied even by the professional as it is quite useful and important.

  19. Ben@SEO Training Course
    Ben@SEO Training Course says:

    Cultivating an online presence and brand requires, as evidenced by your post, a multi-faceted approach. I think more than ever it requires a huge amount of awareness in order to preserve and grow your reputation with the members of your niche’s community.

  20. George @ Digital Third Coast
    George @ Digital Third Coast says:

    Really cool post! I’m definitely going to reread and try out some of these techniques. I think a lot of these techniques are great, even for smaller businesses.

    I like the opening, as well, where you articulated how blog posting, especially right now, is not only about getting links, but also about building an online presence and brand. I think that this type of online marketing is going to be more and more important in SEO.

    Thanks for posting!

  21. Andrew Walker
    Andrew Walker says:

    Hi there.
    Thanks for sharing this. You know, I’ve got an offer to design a company’s site. I’ve been thinking whether to put a blog for them or not. And it looks like it will be very useful. So I decided to use it.

  22. Guill Jones
    Guill Jones says:

    Hi there,

    I’ve been looking for a blog that will surely help me with regards of link building plan. I found some difficulties on how to corporate websites in my link building plan. And I’m grateful that you’re resourceful blog helped me a lot. Thanks for sharing us informative data. Thank you so much.

  23. Nathan@daycare insurance
    Nathan@daycare insurance says:

    You’re completely right in saying that brand monitoring is essential. We’ve gained many regular customers by providing benefits to those who speak positively about us. I only ask, what advice would you give if anyone were to speak negative about a company? Would you advise to contact them and ask them if there were anyway they could make up for the customers negative situation.

    • Gonzo SEO
      Gonzo SEO says:

      When dealing with your online reputation you must own it. This strategy is all or nothing so respond to the good ones too, just a simple thank you. Be pleasant, give them an opportunity to call you or email you directly – take it offline (out of public view). Offer them the ball in their court and in my experience, most will not respond but the way you responded to them professionally bodes well with other viewers of your online reputation. Absolutely offer amends, but the important thing is to give them a way to contact you.

  24. Marco @ grain de web
    Marco @ grain de web says:

    Great Post,

    Even thought i fully agree with all the point you listed, i wonder if this approach is the best in all cases. In case of web agencies for example, i clearly seen the power of having a blog, where specific technical point can be discussed. But in the case of completely different domain, like for example pet keeping, is it really worth it ? I guess my point is to say that the most important is to adapt to the specificity of your firm rather than apply a list of recommandation. In my case, i don’t blog much yet because the audience and the potential in term of SEO is to weak right now, but i do work my link building in others ways ! (who said blog comments ? :p )

  25. E-commerce Web Design
    E-commerce Web Design says:

    Hey Jason,

    Thanks for this valuable post. Really you have explained it very well. I must say that your way of thinking is different and probably one of yours only. I am sure you have your ways and methods of working and ranking a site as well. Now I am definitely going to use this complete process for our corporate customers and projects. Please keep sharing!

  26. Anthony
    Anthony says:

    Excellent break down of how to build gobs of links for something long term. I use many of these tactics for smaller sites, but they aren’t needed to such a large degree. I should probably start working on a site I can work on with this sort of thing for long term expansion.

  27. Ewan Kennedy@AdJuice
    Ewan Kennedy@AdJuice says:

    Hi Jason,

    It’s amazing that larger organisations don’t all capitalise on their size advantage. I guess they have their issues with internal bureaucracy and conflicting priorities but if some of them realised the true potential they might change tactics. Good news for us smaller guys who can outmanouevre and outrank a lot of the bigger agencies.

    I think harnessing the support of employees (your point 5.) might be one of the most under utilised tactics although also one of the most difficult.

    As a former CEO of a small/medium company, if I knew then what I know now, I would build in “promoting and marketing the company” into the employee objectives and appraisal process. Most employees won’t listen to the Marketing Director’s calls for support but once it’s linked to their pay .. now you’ve got their attention. For a large organisation that’s potentially dynamite and a great scalable link building tactic.

    The point that

  28. David @ Essay Writing
    David @ Essay Writing says:

    Woah, It seems that you have done many Coperate SEO Projects these tips are more like and Expert Opinion i as a Professional Writer know how content can be helpful for linkbuilding Strategies as it may help you to get links from other sources once it is Viral!!!

  29. Brendan @ Chicago SEO
    Brendan @ Chicago SEO says:

    I used to send people to SEOMOZ for their link building and SEO guide but honestly this guide is way more in depth and covers a lot more details — great work on putting this together it’s truly a well thought out and well written guide.

  30. Molly
    Molly says:

    You’ve hit the nail on the head with these SEO tactics. I think the best thing you mentioned was informing your employees that links mean something, and that they should utilize their social media connections to spread the word. This is a great way to backlink with no extra overhead, and you could even offer incentives or something for high quality links! Great post, thanks for sharing!

  31. Chante@Pet Shops
    Chante@Pet Shops says:

    Hello just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you know a few
    of the pictures aren’t loading correctly. I’m not sure why but I
    think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different internet browsers and both show the same outcome.


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