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You can use some services like #HARO (Help A Reporter Out) to find journalists who are looking for expert quotes and opinions on a topic. You just need to be quick on jumping on opportunities that fit your niche so your expertise is more trusted.… Find good quality and natural links by finding broken links on websites that have good authority. It is especially useful to find a contextual link that is in your niche. That way, you can more easily have it replaced with an equivalent article… or page of your own. Here’s how the process generally works. First, search for broken links on high-quality websites. You can start by checking your competitors’ backlinks, see if they earned links that are now broken.
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Hey friends! I'm looking for some quotes for a piece I am working on about conflict in the workplace! #HARO
I need folks to let me use their full names and current position (though that need not be the workplace you are talking about in your quotes!) #HARO
Here are the Q's I'd love to hear from you on! (any number of them is fine!)

1. Have you worked on a team where there is a "conflict debt" (aka: The sum of all the issues that need to be addressed to be able to move forward but instead remain undiscussed and unresolved.) #HARO
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