Outreach Boost Content Syndication Service.
Boost your Guest Posts or
Blogger Outreach placements using our
Content Syndication strategy.
1. Give us your Outreach URLs
To get started, simply enter your Blogger Outreach or Guest Post URLs. This could be from FATJOE Blogger Outreach, or outreach from another supplier.
2. We’ll Syndicate The Content
With access to some of the largest syndication networks in the world, we will syndicate the placement content, giving it back value through nofollow/follow links.
3. View Your Report
Just because this is second tier doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be proud to show your clients! Just log into your dashboard, click into your order and download the report when you need it.
100% White Label
Our reports will be 100% white label so you can pass on to your clients.
Safe Second Tier
We shouldn’t spam our backlinks. This is a safer, more effective solution.
Mix Of Signals
Nofollow, follow and some canonical tags assigning authority to the source.
We distribute across premium media outlets; you can be proud of these links.
A full comprehensive report of every placement is available within 10 days.
The only thing that has helped us get ranking on the 1st page of Google
Hi Antonia. We’ve been trying to rank one of our clients for fairly-difficult keywords (~KD 50-60) for the past year. The only thing that has helped us get them ranking on the 1st page of Google was the links you’ve built for us. Great job guys, please don’t change the service!
We’re likely to order more frequently and stick around with FATJOE
Excellent to see links being embedded within more relevant articles – this is a good thing for everyone, and only helps with link relevance. We’re likely to order more frequently and stick around with FATJOE for a long time.
High quality and has convinced me of your service.
Just a message to say I’m really impressed with the article I received today for this order. Got it really quickly, it’s of a high quality and has convinced me of your service. Please pass on my compliments to the author!
Thinking about trying our service for the first time?
We pride ourselves on being the most scalable and cost-effective infographic design service, which is why agencies switch to us every day. In fact, we believe in our service that much that we’re prepared to make your first order completely risk free. Place an order for 1 infographic design and if you’re not totally satisfied, we’ll give you all of your money back. No questions asked, no hard feelings.
Joe Taylor, Co-Founder
What is Content Syndication?
Content Syndication is when a number of other third-party websites (such as media outlets) republish a copy of your published content on their website with the original source being credited with a link or a canonical tag.
With our Content Syndication Service we’ll get your original content published to over 100 media sites to provide authoritative link signals back to your website.
What content should I promote using this service?
This service is designed to promote content such as blog posts, guides, or newsworthy topics. This is not for promoting your home page or your product / service pages.
Do we need to write new content for this service?
No. We republish your original written placement exactly as it is although images may not be included due to copyright issues. Formatting might be slightly different but that won’t matter.
Are the link placements do follow?
The placements we will distribute will be a nice mix of do follow and no follow links and a large percentage will contain a rel=canonical tag ensuring Google knows the location of the original source.
Won't this create a duplicate content error?
Although we are republishing your original placement content, most publications will feature a rel=canonical tag which will tell search engines which the original source is. However, even though some don’t as they are content syndication networks Google is more than familiar with how to treat these publications. You can be confident this wouldn’t create an issue. As we are only promoting this to be used as a boost service on links you have pointing to your site, and not your site itself, it’s unlikely to create a problem in most instances.