E-mail outreach for link building

Category : Content/SEO

PIC is working to add backlinks to blog posts to improve SEO rankings. LinkHunter.com provides software to speed up search and e-mail outreach


-Type in three topic words, and it will provide the most relevant resource pages to those topics. Also provides multiple e-mail addresses associated with the article.

-Provides multiple e-mail templates that can be customized. Insert the e-mail address and the template and hit send to save time.


-Can only send e-mails from platform with G-mail accounts (they are upgrading their Microsoft Office software)

-Topics have to be one broad word (ex: cannot use “SEO monitoring” the topic would have to be “SEO” or ”Monitoring” so some links are not as relevant.


Facebook Marketing Partners

Category : Facebook

Facebook Marketing Partners has many resources for both planning and presenting social media.

One that can be a benefit to all of us are pre-made PowerPoints presentations that you can use in whole or individual slides to demonstrate how FB and IG can benefit their marketing plans.

  • Stats
  • Examples
  • Specs
  • Options
  • Strategy

Link: https://www.facebook.com/business/m/fmp/agencies

Set default AWS S3 Permissions to Public

Category : Amazon AWS

By default the upload permissions for AWS S3 is private. This means that when you FTP Data onto S3, it is private and not accessible via a URL.

Credit to this fix goes to: Tiffany Brown

  1. Go to the Bucket Permissions tag.
  2. Click, “Bucket Policy”
  3. Paste the following code and click save.


“Version”: “2012-10-17”,

“Statement”: [


“Sid”: “MakeItPublic”,

“Effect”: “Allow”,

“Principal”: “*”,

“Action”: “s3:GetObject”,

“Resource”: “arn:aws:s3:::webinars.mydomain.com/*”




How to setup AWS S3 bucket to be accessed through subdomains with Cloudflare DNS.

Category : Amazon AWS

The client wanted to create a file server for training documents including MP4, PDF, PPT, WMV, etc. that was accessible through different subdomains. DNS managed through Cloudflare.

In Amazon’s S3 dashboard, create a bucket that matches the subdomain you want to use.


For example, videos.domain.com subdomain would need a matching bucket, videos.domain.com. Make sure the created bucket is set to PUBLIC.


Left click on the bucket to open it. Go to Permissions and CORS configuration.


Inside CORS configuration, you will need to add this information configured for your subdomain:

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>

<CORSConfiguration xmlns=”http://s3.amazonaws.com/doc/2006-03-01/”>













Cloudflare Configuration

You will need to create a CNAME record. Set the name as the subdomain, in our example, this is video.

The Value would be: video.domain.com.s3.amazonaws.com