I am using Backlink Monitor for my outreach to manufacturers of products. My strategy is to offer them award images and ask if they would like to mention them on product pages.
- All the targets I outreach to, are collected in a Google Spreadsheet with columns URL, DR,...
- The spreadsheet is connected to the Backlink Monitor and automatically checks targets I add to the Google Spreadsheet.
- In 3 months, I have outreached to 2500 targets already and I noticed that 80% of the links Backlink Monitor found, do not appear in Ahrefs.
- Monitor notifies me of mentions to the award (without the backlink), so I can outreach again to the same target and ask to link the award to my page.
I am outreaching to resource pages.
- I keep targets in a Google Spreadsheet with columns URL, contact name, contact email,... and Backlink Monitor is connected to it.
- Very often, my targets would not write me back that they added the link. Backlink Monitor lets me know the same day.
- I have multiple projects created, for each of my clients.
- I am using both Ahrefs and Backlink Monitor to track my backlinks.
I am managing multiple link builders on Upwork, which are making links for different clients
- I create a project in backlink monitor for each freelancer I hire
- Backlink monitor alerts me when a link is lost, so I can request a new one or a correction from the link builder
- I am comparing the results and frequency of links delivered by freelancers
I am writing to blogs if they would like to publish an infographic posted on my website.
- I keep a simple list of websites that I wrote to, which is a spreadsheet CSV file.
- I upload the file to backlink monitor every now and then to check the latest websites I sent emails to.
- Backlink Monitor alerts me when someone mentions the title of the infographic but does not link to my page.