#31 | Check out my graph! πŸš€ (and how I did it)

Hey hey!

I hope you’ve had a wonderful Christmas if you celebrate and a nice chilled Sunday if you don’t…

I’m staying off Twitter for another couple of weeks while I’m traveling, but,

I just wanted to quickly show you what’s been happening with that site that I tested building a few HARO links to…

Cool, huh?

The increase is across all pages, – it’s not seasonality or a sudden increased interest in any one topic.

The site was a DR 0 so a handful of links from DR80+ newspapers and magazines appears to be working wonders!

Plus, I’ve now been able to add a ‘featured in’ section to the sidebar.

This should make it more appealing to any other journalists that are looking for a source to link to.


As I mentioned in one of my previous emails,

I outsource my HARO link building to Chris at Linkifi.

He responds to HARO requests as soon as they come in, using his tried-and-tested process.

I’ll be honest,

it’s pretty pricey.

But for me, it’s 100% worth it.

I can be completely hands-off

And watch the links come in without lifting a finger.

I’m certain that it’s giving me an ROI

So I’ve also signed up to build links to my other new-ish site as well.

If you’d like to try it too,

You can get 20% OFF with my code NICHESITELADY20.


If you’re not making money from your niche sites yet,

Then throwing money at link building probably isn’t the wisest idea.

I wouldn’t advise anyone to go into debt for something that they aren’t sure will work.

If your keyword research and writing is bad,

Then all the links in the world won’t help you.

I know this site is good because it was getting around 25k pageviews/month without a single link.

HARO is perfect for DR0 sites that have good content,

But, I’m financing this with the profits from my other sites.

If you’re not yet making money,

I would suggest doing HARO yourself first.

Before you get someone else to do it.

It’s easy, once you know how!

(The only reason I don’t do much of it myself any more is because it takes time.)

One of the trickiest parts of HARO link building I’ve found,

Is knowing which pitches to reply to.

You get a big list of pitches three times per day.

And you can be much more efficient if you simply know which ones are worth your time.

The last thing you want to is spend time crafting a killer pitch,

Only to land a nofollow link from a DR5 site.

That’s practically worthless.


How do you know which HARO pitches to reply to?

Well, Chris (who does my HARO) has a database of hundreds of websites that pitch on HARO

It shows the:

  • DR
  • Organic traffic (probably more important than DR)
  • Whether it offers dofollow or nofollow links

This is insanely valuable for anyone doing HARO link building themselves or with the help of a VA.

How much is it?


You can get it for FREE here!

We’ll call that a late Xmas pressie.

I don’t really know why Chris isn’t charging for access to this database.

I mean, it took a long time for him to build it up.

But hey,

I’m not complaining!

I’d suggest downloading it now before he changes his mind, haha!

Chris also has a really good HARO training course

That shows you exactly how to bag links from sites like Forbes, Healthline and The New York Times.

So, whether you:

  • Do HARO yourself (beginner)
  • Train a VA to do it (intermediate)
  • Or just pay someone to take it off your hands (time-poor)
  • There’s an option for you.

I hope this helps you to get some money-can’t-buy quality links in 2023

And skyrocket your results too!

Happy New Year!