The new Enterprise package introduces custom video marketing to take advantage of strong content sharing sites such as YouTube. Customers want multiple modality content with diverse link profiles.
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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) March 12, 2012
Popular quality content creation and distribution business LinkJuice continues to help customers get more visits and links to their websites. In line with the recent SEO link building service modifications, the company now presents a brand new package option called the LinkJuice Enterprise Pack, which offers 3 press releases and a video.
“We have placed a greater focus on press releases since we have found them to be particularly liked by search engines and humans,” LinkJuice CEO and well-known Internet marketing expert James Schramko explains. “The new Enterprise package introduces custom video marketing to take advantage of strong content sharing sites such as YouTube. Customers want multiple modality content with diverse link profiles.”
The LinkJuice Extra Pack remains the same while the introductory LinkJuice Pro Pack has been discontinued to make way for the even better LinkJuice Enterprise Pack. Those who have placed recurring monthly Pro Pack orders need not worry as all current monthly jobs will be continued. “We have been very popular and we need to keep a focus on quality, hand written unique content. Our long term investment in quality content websites is achieved by having a managable number of customers,” points out Schramko.
“High quality websites are still used for quality posts, which are shared via social media and RSS feeds,” Schramko clarifies. “We have introduced more social signals in response to the changes in search engine algorithms.”
The LinkJuice packages are now only available on a monthly basis. The LinkJuice Enterprise Pack essentially consists of ten permanent, full-follow, high quality backlinks from indexed PR1 to PR5 blogs with mostly mature domains. Each month, customers can choose up to two URLs and ten different anchor text links for the blog links. They also get 3 custom press releases written and distributed via the $200 Advanced PRWeb package per month. To top it all off, there is also one custom-made marketing video with mock-up approval process to be distributed to video to video sharing sites, such as YouTube. The LinkJuice Extra Pack, on the other hand, does not change, except for the fact that it is now only available through a monthly subscription.
“All content is now delivered over a ten-day period for a more organic natural delivery,” Schramko states, adding, “We encourage customers to use naked links to make it harder for competitors to reverse engineer organised campaigns.”
Those who are interested in getting a bigger picture regarding these changes can check out the updated compare chart displaying the differences between the available LinkJuice plans, as well as the updated FAQ for further details.