PDA

View Full Version : Link Building


The Cleaning Doctor
05-06-2011, 01:37 PM
Jut thought I would share this with you all. You will notice a new image in my signature..... This is what I want to share.

I found this amazing service and even use it on my sites. It has really helped in the rankings. Not only that, a little know secret to help boost your google places ranking is that you can build links to your places page too.

They have several packages available starting at $27 per month. I would recommend the $67 package at a minimum as the single option does not work well unless there is no competition.

Give it a shot for a month, you can always cancel the subscription as there is no contract involved. The guys that run it are top notch also. You can't do what they do for the price if you put a $ figure on your time. With the 5 pack, you can have them all set up in about 15 minutes. Faster after your get used to the system.

The coolest part of the whole system that they use is all white hat and your competition will not be able to figure out what you are doing without a lot of work and research on their part.

I decided to share this since they will be adding more to the service soon and the prices will go up. They will stay the same for current subscribers.

Happy Ranking!

The Cleaning Doctor
05-06-2011, 08:25 PM
LOL I had to share this with you. This is someone from another forum that was trying to rank his site.

Its simply not fair. i keep trying for 3 months to rank for my main keywoord,a gaming guide.But i simply cannot understand how the guy at number one who has almost 150 links from :

forum profiles
social bookmarks
blog posts
0 PageRank

Can outrank me when i have 700 links from

forum profiles
some high pr direct links from partners
blog posts
articles from major article directories,especially article base and ezine
Web 2.0 from all major sites ,blogger,squidoo,hubpages etc (i make aditional web 2.0 with magic submiter)

Were very similar on a onpage seo score. All this guy has against me is domain age,his domain was created in october 2010,and mine was in january 2011.

Im calling it quits,ive tried and tried and i bumped arround position 5-13 but i simply cannot understand why i cant outrank him,or even the other 12 guys above me. What am i doing wrong here

I had to laugh because with the service I introduced in this thread, this is exactly how your competitor is going to feel. They never look back more than 1 level to see where your links are coming from.....:D

Steve
05-07-2011, 01:42 PM
They never look back more than 1 level to see where your links are coming from.

Can you tell us what that means?

The Cleaning Doctor
05-07-2011, 07:40 PM
The process that these guys and many others use creates links to your site but not all in a direct manner.

for instance they build 5-10 links to your site directly and then build up to 4 layers on top of that so layer 2 links to layer 1 and layer 3 links to layer 2 and so on up to a max of 80 links per linkpush

Now I can go to your site and tell you what all your layer 1 links are but people rarely know or even attempt to see what is linking to layer 1 on up the line. Now I can't tell you every single one of your links but I can find a majority of them and in essence steal the links by placing links on those sites to mine.

I does not always work that way but I can get a good number of them.

SpokaneSRC
05-07-2011, 07:54 PM
Jut thought I would share this with you all. You will notice a new image in my signature..... This is what I want to share.

What does the new image in your signature have to do with ranking? Not sure if I understand this thread correctly. I'm thinking, having an image in your signature will help you rank higher?

The Cleaning Doctor
05-07-2011, 09:52 PM
No the service provided by these guys will help your rankings. This is not mine but rather a friend of mine. They have taken a process and automated it like you would not believe. It takes about 30 seconds to set up a push and you get from 50 - 80 links. It is really pretty amazing what they have done. Best of all it is all white hat, no black hat tricks.

As a matter of fact we are testing this service on a forum that I own with 200 pushes a month to prove that you can't hurt your site.

Hedgemaster
05-08-2011, 12:31 AM
Can you tell us what that means?

This still applies even after you "told us what that means".


ROFLMAO!


You geeks don't know that you're speaking geek when you do it, do you? :D





Unrelated: I can't get my Google Places listing to show up, so I asked on the Google Places Forum. A guy gives this really nice "explanation" of what my problem may be, but unfortunately, he was speaking "another language".
When I explained that I didn't understand anything that he suggested, and asked my question again later, he replied with essentially the same "geek/techy" terminology that I had clearly stated I did not understand.
Dumb it down for us. ;)

The Cleaning Doctor
05-08-2011, 12:38 PM
LOL ok.

The first thing is that you need a diverse array of links. Links from blogs, articles, forums etc.... Well these guys provide links from web 2.0 sites, blogs, articles, bookmarking and document sharing sites.

The second thing is to not leave a footprint. You don't want Google to track what you are doing even when you are using whitehat techniques. For instance if you did some of the blackhat tricks like 10k blog comments in a matter of hours, that is a foot print. These guys take all those link types and throw them into a hat and pull out one to see which one they will do. (Not really as the computer does all this but you get the picture) they also mix up the number of links, so one time they may build 4o and the next time they may build 80. The last thing that they mix up is the time from start to finish for each push. On push may take 24 hours to complete 80 links while the next one will take 96 hours to complete 40 links.

As for the structure,

Layer 1 - 6 to 10 links directly to your site
Layer 2 - varied number of links to layer 1
Layer 3 - varied number of links to layer 2
Layer 4 - varied number of links to layer 3

Think of it as a train, how many locomotives do you see on the large trains? I have seen up to 4 and that is because one train can not do it by itself pulling up hills so they get behind one another and push the first locomotive up the hill. Think of your site as the first locomotive and the linkpush as 4 more behind you.

Steve
05-09-2011, 06:36 PM
What kind of value do search engines give to these multi level links? Do they diminish in value the deeper the level?

The Cleaning Doctor
05-09-2011, 08:25 PM
It is like I described, putting another locomotive on the train gives it more power to get over the hill. The same things happen with the links, they push each other and the accumulation of the power pushes your site.

I have a site right now that I did a push for one keyword and only one push, and now I am on page 1 #6. 1 maybe 2 more, depending on the competition and I should be at the top.

You can also use this to help your Google Places listings by creating a linkpush to your places page.

Your competitor (especially the established ones that have always been at the top) will be going WTF! How are they doing that? Heck it will force them to spend $$$ on ads just to get back in front.

shadrach
09-14-2011, 08:47 PM
I used it in July/August & did 4 or 5 pushes with it. I got some decent backlinks out of it & improved page rank for keywords I was using. If you time it right it is well worth the money you spend on it.

The Cleaning Doctor
09-17-2011, 03:08 AM
Glad it helped you. Tell them how easy it is to use.

This is not my thing but I do know one of the owners and he is a very good guy. I am actually working on some other projects with him.

I have been working some SEO for a few customers of mine and one of them called me the other day and told me that he just landed a 60k per year contract because of his web site. It was an out of town company actually located in Canada that found him in Houston to do work for them locally.

Steve
09-19-2011, 11:06 PM
Have you ever seen any problems with doing this? Possibly getting de-listed on search engines for it?

The Cleaning Doctor
09-20-2011, 01:19 PM
Nope not at all. As a test I contacted the owner and we really put the system to the test to see if we could make that happen. He needed to prove that it would not happen.

For 2 months we threw 200 of these link pushes at the site every 30 days for one of my sites that was 30 days old for a total of 400 linkpushes.

The only side effect was that the rankings got better.