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How to Earn The Links the Lazy Linkbuilders Buy with Wil Reynolds

John Doherty —  July 30, 2011
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Wil Reynolds from SEER Interactive loves linkbuilding. He loves to talk about linkbuilding. He loves to beat the bad guys by outworking them and being smarter. And he is a really smart guy who has built an incredible team at SEER in Philadelphia.

Wil unveiled a phenomenal tool to use to find link prospects using a bunch of Twitter tools. He also gave some awesome workaround ways for finding and getting white-hat, clean, and staying .edu links to add value to your clients.

Basically when Wil speaks on linkbuilding, you need to listen up.


Here’s his Storify:


John Doherty

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I'm the Senior Marketing Manager of HotPads.com, based in San Francisco. Previous to Hotpads I worked at Distilled for 2 years as an online marketing consultant. In my spare time I shoot lifestyle photography, ski, rock climb, and update my Twitter and Google+ accounts.

4 responses to How to Earn The Links the Lazy Linkbuilders Buy with Wil Reynolds

  1. Great post and love the style.

    cool spreadsheets tools link on the seer interactive blog is broken. Is there a way I can get a copy of the excel tool to play with?

    Thanks in advance.

    - Ferdous

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