Organizations that have substantial brand equity, or are working to build it, will have a goldmine of untapped linking opportunities scattered across a blog, influencer, and news sites. While good PR teams are great at getting the story of their company Banner Design and their brand or product published, they don't always have the direction, or it's beyond their reach to align that work with SEO and link building efforts. The reality is that most organizations haven't grasped link building as a PR metric, but they should! That said, as a general rule, generating branded anchor text for unlinked brand mentions can generate a significant number of links with minimal effort. Some Banner Design people have reported successful placement rates of 15-20% safe link awareness. Data-driven link building is definitely a good option for securing a significant number of links.
However, the time required to create this content Banner Design increases the resources needed to generate a link. 4 types of unrelated mentions to look for There are four types of brand mentions to look for. Advertising Continue reading below The route you Banner Design choose will depend on your business structure and how you brand the company, products and its employees. 1. Company brand Depending on your business structure, the company or company brand name may provide the least related brand mentions. Brands can certainly have a lot of endorsements. For example, B&H Photo Video and Audio has many references online, as the Moz report Banner Design shows. An example of a corporate brand: Brand Equity: The Key to Building Corporate Links 2. Product brand If your business sells a product with a well-known brand name, finding product brand mentions is an effective approach to generating links.
Advertising Continue reading below An example of a product brand is Allbirds' Allbird Wool Runners. This popular sneaker brand has 137,000 unlinked Banner Design unique mentions. Although most of these are not good link prospects, it will certainly create opportunities. This can be a direct-to-consumer CPG or a digital product like a branded training course. Brand Equity: The Key to Building Corporate Links 3. Retail e-commerce brands This refers to a product that an e-commerce retailer sells to another company or a CPG-branded product. You see that Farfetch sells Gucci Banner Design sneakers, but this product is made by Gucci and Farfetch is a reseller of this product. Brand Equity: The Key to Building Corporate Links