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Their presence on the web is considerably large:
- 250,000 searches for their company name a month. 85% of all searches.
- 50,000 back links
- A handful of edu links.
- Solid PR 5 for years
However 99% of their links have no title attribute or just have the company name or url as the attribute. They are in the top 10 for some big keywords but now they want the whole pie.
20,000 is a lot of cash for a company to commit and Iím like a kid at xmas. I donít know what I want now...
I think revisiting the most powerful sites that link back is good, revising URL copy etc.. after all they are friendly to the site in question. I might even look to doing a paid for deal and get moreexposure across the site within relevant content.
and i would look at sites bringing back good referral traffic and exploiting that some more, since that kind oftraffic can convert well
And I would be inclined focus resource on target subject areas that might already rank to some extent and build those up
just a few thoughts
The money could be a curse... If I had that money, it would be used by a team of skilled link builders who went after quality and not quantity with the most stringent set of quality control such as:
1. Type of site
2. IP address
3. Domain type
4. Them of site/page/content
5. % density of anchor text
6. Growth per month of new links
7. Max Amount of links per page
8. Exclude sites that contain certain words onsite
Hope this helps! It has for me :)