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Any Linkbuilders Left Who Can Build Backlinks On Real Sites?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by deepblack, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. deepblack

    deepblack Regular Member

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    Hi,

    there are so many services who offer SB Backlinks, Comments, Web 2.0s etc, you know them.

    However, why aren't there any linkbuilders who build backlinks on real niche sites with real webmasters?
    I would say these backlinks would be really effective and could even bring in some real direct traffic.

    Do you know of anyone who can do this?
     
  2. JasonS

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    I've seen such service here in marketplace section that offer blog posts on real blogs. But expect the price above $100 per post.

    You can also hire the guest bloggers via visiting popular blogs such as searchenginejournal, moz etc.. and take a look at the post's author box.
     
  3. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    Sure there are. We do it for our own sites all the time.

    But no one wanrts to pay for real link building.

    They want fiverr prices. They get fiverr links.
     
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  4. deepblack

    deepblack Regular Member

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    :) Ok, this is of course true.

    Where can I find those guys?
     
  5. No1 BrandMaker

    No1 BrandMaker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Actually in current scenario, Real site do not give link to the new site who is just building links for ranking. If you want natural traffic, natural blogs, natural visitors then you have to think in all natural ways. Like never build a link with a view of gaining link but with an intention of providing High Quality information to real visitors. For example: find one real website and read all the available articles on their blog, And then try to write something unique for their visitors after that contact to the admin directly and ask him for guest posting opportunity with author bio link in the article, And the link should also be relevant only!
     
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    I'd say there are plenty of linkbuilders who are ready to to reach out to niche websites and try to build real relationships instead of writing a 400 word article and placing a link. If you have the budget, I don't think it is hard to find such individuals either. I am not a big fan of the freelance websites (odesk, elance, etc...), but there are some possibilities there, given that you skip the ESL-ers (English as a second language, at best) and you go straight for native English speakers with great reviews. Pay them to find 100 relevant niche websites, blogs, forums etc...and let them contact webmasters or people in charge instead of you. However, you still need to offer those niche websites some unique and valuable content, not just link exchange on a God forgotten page that has not internal links to it.

    Also, do not try to automate the project and trust your linkbuilder like he is your mother. Always check the suggested websites (PA, DA, PR..content quality...).

    Real SEO companies do that kind of linkbuilding, but their services are expensive.

    Depending on your skills and time, you can perhaps do some things yourself?

    Here is what I don't recommend: finding some one who promises to build you niche relevant links and works for $2-$3/hour. Often cases those "relevant" niche backlinks would be blog and forum comments.
     
  7. StraussCan

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    you're talking about some outreach shite. it ish ard to pull off rioght now as u must own a high quality blog and not a shitty review blog.

    and yeah, prices would be much more for this sort of service than a fiverr one.
     
  8. deepblack

    deepblack Regular Member

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    I know guys that this kind of service is more expensive. I just wanted to know if there is anyone here on BHW who is offering that.

    There are some many other kinds of link building offered here, but I never came across someone who offers exactly this.
     
  9. SkyrocketSEO

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    If you wanna link to sites like the one that is your home page (betterfind) there are no people who will link from top sites to that.

    If you wanna link to real sites, feel free to contact me (don't bother if you don't have $150+/link)
     
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    Yep, we do it everyday for our sites and our client's sites.
     
  11. deepblack

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    lol, in that case I would buy myself a PR3 or 4 domain and build myself the link. No, it's not betterfind.

    Ok, what are your rates and your procedure?
     
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    PR is overrated
     
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    Don't focus on "PR" because i GUARANTEE that a "PR3" link from a real site with other strong metrics will provide more value then a "PR3" expired domain that you throw content on. So much more to take into consideration...you think $150/link is high? There are brands out there that pay up to $1,500 a link....and spends hundreds of thousands of dollars monthly "building links"
     
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    That's why I created a thread for people like you
     
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    Actually i hate to disagree with you there
    PR is just one of the factors with DA/PA and a whole lot of things to rank a keyword

    regards,
    ToG
     
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    We work with clients on a monthly retainer and also act as the "back office" for SEO agencies. Rates depend upon the volume and what the client wants done.

    In general, I can tell you that we maintain our own high PR/DA/PA blogs in several niches, do guest blogging on similar blogs with other owners we have a relationship with (no blog networks that are readily available) and use links from web 2.0s with variety of niche themes we maintain (instead of creating new accounts with no history or authority). Same for SB, etc.

    Its all about using established accounts that have some authority to get the best results.

    QUOTE=deepblack;6628910] Ok, what are your rates and your procedure?[/QUOTE]
     
  17. deepblack

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    Thanks, his price is really much better than yours.
     
  18. nikster

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    So then you agree with me, because this is precisely what I meant :)
     
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    if you can't pay then it not means that your $10 godaddy domain will be better then a pr4 site.
    best way will be to just hire some "real" guest bloggers . ($50/link)

    -=-
     
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  20. Techxan

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    Start buying domains.

    This is what you don't understand, these links are expensive. You have to find a suitable link source, build a value added package for the target you want the link from, and you have to sell the idea to the webmaster. This takes creativity and time. Or your own properties, which takes creativity, time, and money.

    This is also why real SEO is expensive.

    If you aren't budgeting $150 a link OR MORE, you aren't going be able to play in that league.

    Lets take a sample link. I have a PR4 tech website that I have two paid links on the home page. This is a monthly rate, $35.00 per month per link.

    So 1 PR 4 link is worth at least $420 per year (35X12). This is not speculation, this is a rate I get today.

    I would value similar link at a minimum of $250 if I were to go out find and obtain that link for you.

    Are you going to tell me that you will not pay $150+ for that link?

    If not, you do not understand the value of a related link.

    If someone is willing to pay $150+ per link, that is a hell of an incentive to go out and get real quality links. I will take every customer I can get at that. I have a list already that I look for links for as I go about my daily travels, I would just add them to the list and notify then when I find a suitable link for them.

    But you still need a USP for why that webmaster should give you the link. Related quality links are more valuable now than they have ever been.

    Today the sites you link OUT to will affect your domain authority, so outbound links are now a possible source of ranking decrease. Webmasters cannot afford to link out to a crappy site anymore than they can afford to have a crappy site to link to them.

    Here is another example. I do Local SEO for service people. In my link searching I found a website called Thumbtack. They generate leads for small businesses at a rate of $1.67 each. (that is less than 2 dollars).

    I signed up a carpet cleaner, a handyman, and a hardwood floor guy there. These folks have had a steady stream of new leads from this company resulting in multiple contracts for their businesses.

    I went there searching for a link. Had they bought that link for $150 the ROI over the years would be astronomical.
     
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