Put simply, we build links in a way that mimics the path of viral content – The exact same structure that happens naturally online when something goes viral. This is exactly what Google always says they want: Create quality content that attracts links and goes viral. The difference here, is we just make it go viral ourselves.
This is the most naturally occurring link structure for getting links quickly. This means faster rankings, while keeping your CaseSites safe by funneling links through properties that Google loves.
Let’s walk through the 2 major parts of what happens when something goes viral:
1. Link Authority: The Authority Module
The first thing you need in order to rank is Link Authority. We start by first creating mini-authority top-level properties that link back to your CaseSite on high authority blogging sites like WordPress, Blogspot, & Tumblr.
These properties serve as the seed for our viral structure. They are optimized with relevant, original articles, videos, and pictures. We want them to be dripping quality and relevance for your subject matter.
Now it is time to make them go viral!
When an authority site posts an article, other sites immediately begin writing responses that link back to it. The CASE simulates exactly that. We create a viral link structure that push link juice up through 3 layers, through the optimized mini-authority properties that funnel all of that authority to your CaseSites.
The Authority Module includes:
- Top Level Properties (Like WordPress, Blogspot, & Tumblr)
- Supporting Web 2.0s
- Supporting Bookmarks
- Supporting Profile Links
The amount of links for each of the layers depends on which package you get.
2. Link Volume – The Volume Module
The second thing you need in order to rank is Link Volume, meaning the syndication of articles by hundreds of other sites.
We slow-drip each article to our own network of PR sites over a period of 3+ weeks. By slow-dripping these articles, we create a steady link velocity. This means you’ll get a natural flow of links over a long period of time, not just all at once.