Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are.

Laboratory outreach service is really a continuous procedure; it ain’t over once the hyperlink is live, or once the “many thanks” has been delivered. Effective outreach, when we’re discussing enterprise campaigns especially, involves continuous error and trial. In a link developing laboratory, outreach will be where we reach have probably the most fun with data.
Every campaign is really a new possibility to experiment. Here are some of ours.
For a few of the below, we’re in a position to share the stats from our experimental campaigns. Bear in mind - they are isolated promotions on particular subjects, to certain audiences. Actually most “what worked well” and “what didn’t work” recommendations have yet to become solidified into Citation Labs “guidelines.”
What Worked (for all of us)
Asking questions within the subject line, or perhaps a creating a subject line that compelled the readers to ask a relevant question.
“3 in 5 individuals eat an excessive amount of sugar each day” makes one think that “Am I eating an excessive amount of sugar?”
Including location-specific details within the topic line or the initial few sentences of the high-touch email.
Shorter emails.
Finding more personal stats on the webpage and mentioning them within the email (“personalization”).
Resulted in less skeptical or annoyed responses.
Mentioning your client you’re emailing with respect to.
When you’re outreaching, and there’s no very clear benefit for you (the individual sending the e-mail), people will get suspicious.
In a posting economy outreach to possible local sponsorship companions, we were 2x as more likely to get a response whenever we pointed out the name and a blurb about our client inside our email.
Including an ask-for-help choice in outreach.
For a few emails, we attempted mentioning a “require help” web page on the site we were trying from. The idea was that requesting our recipients to tone of voice what they desired, content-wise, would build have confidence in. The results were a little strange:
No reference to the “Require Help” page resulted in 2x as much results, but only 62% as much hyperlinks, as mentioning the “Require Help” page inside our pitch.

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The idea behind the diet is to replace two daily meals with jars of homemade pureed baby food or store bought jars. The third meal of the day is to remain low calorie and small. The daily calorie restrictions are said to be 600 calories or less. The diet is not meant to be on for months at a time, rather 7 days maximum. The purpose is to rid your body of toxins and cravings of unhealthy foods.

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