Discussion in 'Link Building' started by dotthei, May 15, 2011.
If you wanted the perfect linkbuilding service, what would it be?
Service for backlinks solution, which gives links from relevant sites and provide link-juice to my website.
There is none and never will be; people with such abilities would just use it for their own benefit.
Offers a wide variety of backlink types, site types, page locations, over a diverse number of IP's, hosting companies, registrars.... And drip feeds them over time.
I personally think you aren't worth it.
Perfect service? Well in that case...one that pays ME to backlink MY sites. What? You asked....
Good quality link-bait content posted towards several properties with vast amount of various high quality links all for a very reasonable price. Of course a good even system of backlinks for the backlinks which are made using software in a professional manner.
By various high quality links, I mean blog comments, profile comments, bookmarks, article submissions, directory submissions, etc.
Layered Links did a great job with my site, I definitely go with them again when I need help. Their products are pretty pricey especially the Link Jesus package but I would not hesitate after seeing my fairly new site rose to the top of first page with their T Rex package. Overall, I'm very happy with them, and it was money well spend without worrying about being slapped.
All type of links. Including but not limited to profile links, article submission, social bookmarks, blog commenting, web 2.0 properties, press release and blogposts.
I'm working on this service and will be opening a thread on BHW soon!
15000 could be worth it to the right person. If you operate a e commerce business and a page 1 rank for a high volume key word can easily bring in revenue 15,000 a week, easy.
Think about it, you have the site built and revenue already flowing, pay them 15,000 6 months or so later you can make up that investment....
It seems it would be a benefit to offer a service to others if you did have a solution, as, you could make $ offering the service (I guess), but also have a larger pool of 'partner sites' that you yourself could use to link to your own, and other sites from other customers.
That is partially true. Right now I'm scaling up really large (hired 11 more full time link builders this month alone). To cover the inital costs of getting this big I'm outsourcing my link builders while building my passive income sites.
It's a good compromise because I deliver results. The people that are not working on client sites are working on my sites.
That doesn't even make sense. What do paid services have to free charity work?
if you're doing b2b yeah that's true, and I agree. M2m? Not so much.
I actually have to disagree. A lot of rich people start doing charity works for their social image only and it's also because very common practice among them. Some even do charity works just for politics. A lot of businessmen started doing charity works and the next day they became politicians.
Deep in their heart, maybe most of them dont give a damn about the community. They give away 1% of their wealth for something else. Always like that.
Every project is different. Every client comes to you with different resources available. They've got content, potential content, existing relationships, a professional reputation, etc. Not going to come cheap of course. I'd never do stuff like articles, directories, comments, submissions or any of that for a client.
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