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Insiders Guide To Your Backlinks

Insiders Guide To Your Backlinks

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This report will be a little different, because it's hard to recommend specific
providers.
No, I'm not hiding any of my top secret, ninja, stealth backlink providers; it's just
that things change all the time.
Providers come and go... If you've tried building backlinks yourself, you know how
time consuming this stuff is, if these guys aren't making

Overview

This report will be a little different, because it's hard to recommend specific
providers.
No, I'm not hiding any of my top secret, ninja, stealth backlink providers; it's just
that things change all the time.
Providers come and go... If you've tried building backlinks yourself, you know how
time consuming this stuff is, if these guys aren't making money versus the effort
they put in it's time to close up shop.
There are some large companies out there that provide link building services, but
they are usually very expensive. And I know for a fact, some of them simply
outsource the work themselves.
I'm going to show you the different ways I find backlink providers. These are going
to be some VERY valuable tips; this is the same stuff I use in my business.
Please don't just scan through this, take time to actually read the report.
I know what it's like to purchase something and just scan through it...
I'm going to show you some proven stuff...
Apply it to your business... and profit.
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Some Solid Gold Advice When
Selecting Providers
 Look for the little "extras" some link building providers offer. Things such as
pinging, submitting RSS feeds, or bonuses. Sometimes, pinging the links and
submitting RSS feeds (if done properly) can lead to your links being indexed
quicker. Factor these into your decision whether or not to purchase.
 Many times when outsourcing backlinks, people will skip a service offered
by people from countries such as Russia or Latvia. Some of the best
providers I've hired, come from countries typically frowned upon by many
people who do a lot of outsourcing. Link building is a lot different from
outsourcing things like graphics, article writing, or web design. Unless you
want something very specific done, there's not much communication going
on. Most providers simply need to know two things.
1) The URL of your site.
2) The anchor text you would like to use.
 Stay away from people offering services to submit your site to WHOIS
directories. It is a complete waste of money and you can do it for free (if
you wanted to): http://www.imtalk.org/cmps_index.php?pageid=IMTWebsite-
Submitter
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 Get personal with the provider. After placing an order, send an email to
confirm everything along with a message stating that you look forward to
working with them. This simple message gets your work prioritized since
they know they're dealing with a real person.
 Stay organized. Document the start/end dates of the project, the website
address where you made the purchase, and the URL and anchor text of the
links created. Keep all the reports you get back from the providers in a
folder.
 Skip the VA's (virtual assistant). This is my own personal opinion, but you
can get things done a lot cheaper and faster by using multiple individuals
and services versus the same person.
 Take care of your provider. A couple extra bucks goes a long way if you find
a provider you feel comfortable dealing with. This could again mean your
project gets prioritized. Leave them feedback after a job well done and
thank them. Treat good providers like gold.
 Don't be paranoid. Outsourcing at first may seem like a scary proposition. If
you've never outsourced links before you can get very paranoid about any
adverse effects the links may have on your site/rankings. Stop. If it was that
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easy to ban/harm sites using links, everyone would use them on their
competitors.
 Ask about turnaround time. Not always, but if it looks like the provider is
too busy taking care of other people's projects to meet the specified
turnaround time, ask first before placing an order to avoid disappointment.
This is especially true of new services being offered on forums. Sometimes
the provider will get a large initial surge of orders they weren't prepared
for. It doesn't mean the service is bad, but there are only so many hours in
a day.
 Be consistent and get links built monthly to your sites. You can use a variety
of different anchor text, but it's important that inbound links keep getting
built. This is less true of local SEO, but if you are competing in a general
niche, you will want the links to keep coming. There's no problem with
using different providers each month.
 You can't control link indexing. Getting the backlinks built is one thing,
getting them indexed is a whole other issue. Sometimes it may take Google
some time to "find" the links no matter how much pinging or other tricks
you use. Some backlinks are easier to get indexed than others. Be patient.
 Ask for reports. Most provider’s state that you will be provided with a
report after the work...

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ISBN-13:
2940014938228
Publisher:
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Publication date:
08/05/2012
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