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Anybody use Link Juicer?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Tantalus, Jan 27, 2010.

  1. Tantalus

    Tantalus Registered Member

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    I'm hoping for some opinions about this tool.. Does it do what it says? Is it effective for traffic? Is it effective for SERPs?

    Does it take a lot of work/training to use? Do you have to really know it well for it to be effective? Is it worth the $47 per month they charge?

    Thanks in advance for filling my empty brain with your experiences.

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  2. BlackSeng

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    i remember there's a free 1 month trial for BHW members.

    IMO, it didn't help my site at all. Some complained about that too.
    I had a bad experience with TLJ though. I remember they charged me during the 3rd week of the trial.
     
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  4. SnaiPear

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    I have it and using it for months, it has positive effect BUT you'll have to use for at least a month consistently even better if you can run it for 3 months for the same site.
    I'm debating myself whether the $47 / month is worth it :( You can SEO about 3 sites with that amount. You can buy upgrades of course.
     
  5. julianberg

    julianberg Regular Member

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    i've run it for about 2 months,
    can't tell if it helped really coz i'm going lots of other link-building work,
    but when checking the pages it creates, even the older ones (from 2 months ago), i don't see them indexed in google or anywhere,
    so i probably will stop this service soon.
     
  6. SnaiPear

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    What julianberg says is not true IMO. I just checked and even the recent backlink pages (on web2 properties and social bookmark sites) are indexed! But I too may stop using it, $47 is too much monthly for this I think. If it was $17 that would be okay.
     
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  7. julianberg

    julianberg Regular Member

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    if it really got u even 3 links a day x 30 days, that's 90 backlinks a month for a website
    and u can use 20 website i think,
    thats 1800 backlinks per month,
    if the content is spinned enough (and i think the content i used is very spinned),
    that would be even worth 100$ a month.
    but something there is not really doing the job,
    these are still trashy-links,
    and i think they are not worth the money...
    but i will check again to see if my pages are indexed, maybe i was wrong.
     
  8. irie08

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    I used it for a few months and then un-subscribed. It's not worth $47/mo.

    Even after a few months I could find hardly a single worthwhile backlink. I pinged and mashed up RSS feeds for the sites that hosted my links, and submitted them using RSSMix, and still nothing. Save your money, and time needed to set up LJ projects, and focus your energy elsewhere.
     
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  9. julianberg

    julianberg Regular Member

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    if we're on the subject, is there any other tool worth using that build links automatically (or semi-automatically) ?
     
  10. mskerry

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    I tried it but wasn't all that bothered by it.
     
  11. SnaiPear

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    I used UAW but I think it screwed up some of my sites' SERPs :-( I don't recommend it to anyone.
    Now I'm back to square one: semi-auto quality backlink building with SENuke and co. :)
     
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    I wouldn't buy it if I was you link farm evolution does the same exact same thing except is 10x or more faster and powerful..
     
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    i saw no benefit from it at all 2 months of use.
     
  14. Remington

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    I didn't find it beneficial. The links build like molasses by design, and to me, the whole point of using a tool is to speed things up as well as making them easier.

    After a loooonnnggg time, I did see some rank rise, but not enough to pay for--not even the $17 someone mentioned. Therefore I canceled my trial before I was charged.
     
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    Linkjuicer is a piece of crap. You get "backlinks" that are never indexed by google

    Waste of money, avoid it
     
  16. Futurecat

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    ^ This.
     
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    I tried it for a month and i did no help to me. I would'nt invest again there, its better to use manual link building, cheaper and more effective.
     
  18. CPAKing11

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    Yes it is quiet effective for traffic and you can go on using this.
     
  19. topsytips

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    I nearly got caught out also!!

    For some reason, the trial expiry date specified on my Link Juicer account was approx 1 week longer than that specified on PayPal (with the PP date being correct). Luckily, I checked PP and cancelled the day before it was due. However, if I had relied on LJ I would have been charged.

    Hence, for anyone signing uo for the free trial I would recommend you check the renewal date on PP as this is when you will be charged.

    Didn't honestly notice any long term benefit and it takes a lot of commitment to set up at the start. I would have liked to have continued for 6 months, to see if there was any significant improvement but, at $47 couldn't justify the investment.

    I'd probably have been willing to spend $10- $20 per month on this (short term) but $47 is way overpriced for the service. I do think it has its merits though, even though they may not be immediately apparent.
     
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    I tried it for several months. The "backlinks" never got indexed.
    Total rip-off