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Unread 12th Jul 2012, 07:31 PM   #1
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Hello warriors! I just came across this plugin called Loki Link Builder that guarantees authority backlinks on auto-pilot.

I personally think it is kind of impossible. The video on the sales page does not demonstrate how exactly the plugin will do this so I am hoping to get some feedback from you guys.

Has anyone tried this plugin and does it really work? Thanks!
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Hi mediasme,

I also have similar question like yours.
The plugin features seem great but I want any reviews from warriors who have used it first. Hope somebody will share..
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Hello there!

I just made a Loki Link Builder Review myself and published it on YouTube.

I haven't tested results yet, but Sean Donahoe is one of the most trustworthy people I know.

Here is my review:


I also found another Loki Link Builder Review video on YouTube that shows you the inside of the members area and the plugin!


I will get back to you, when I test some results
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Just bought it. I don't quite understand what it does. I haven't had a chance to look at the videos because they are streaming and I can't access the stream during the day (I wish people would go back to doing downloadable videos or manuals .... ). But I watched a webinar from profit.fm and it looks like quite a bit of setup is involved.

From the webinar, still don't understand exactly how it works. I do understand the basic SEO methods they are using.

I'll be working on getting this on two of my blogs this weekend and will post thoughts after that.
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Im using it, and so far I'm quite impressed.


Video if anybody wants to see what it does. Honestly, I was going to type it out here - but theres too much to explain. Watch the video in here and don't click on the link, as it IS my affiliate link

Basically, It builds first tier, 2nd tier, 3rd tier links - helps you make EXISTING links more powerful and a ton of other things

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I bought it, and I think it's pretty cool in the way that that it works, and protects your sites at the same time. But the videos listed above are from affiliates trying to make a sale, and because it's so new, there really isn't much data available yet. I've got about 100 sites that got slapped by Google in the Panda / Penguin updates. I'm in the process of installing Loki on all of them. I'll report back in this thread what happens..
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Seems there are a few positive reviews - any negatives before I cave in a get my piece of this action.
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Any upsales for this product, if so what for and how much.


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Saw some walkthrough videos on the plugin and it is a waste a money.

There powerful backlinking tactic is to link your links to Who.Is and Statistic sites.

Ive been using those for months and only for the sole reason I even use them is to help my sites get indexed faster (and sometimes that doesnt happen).

I have not seen any SEO benefits from using those links.

The only good part of the plugin is it lets you import as many HelloTxt accounts as you'd like (which you can outsource) and itll submit to it.

Overall Im not impressed, and i suggest moving on.
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Cheers for the Reply Edwin, think i'll take your word and skip on this product
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You don't see the big picture.. It's NOT just about simple links coming from the whois sites, but building layered links on autopilot that pass link juice.


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Saw some walkthrough videos on the plugin and it is a waste a money.

There powerful backlinking tactic is to link your links to Who.Is and Statistic sites.

Ive been using those for months and only for the sole reason I even use them is to help my sites get indexed faster (and sometimes that doesnt happen).

I have not seen any SEO benefits from using those links.

The only good part of the plugin is it lets you import as many HelloTxt accounts as you'd like (which you can outsource) and itll submit to it.

Overall Im not impressed, and i suggest moving on.
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Gosh i can't believe that people are still living with the dream of getting their rankings back with this "magic plugin" that will solve all the problems in the world (or even to use the plugin on fresh sites). There are reasons why google chose to penalise these sites and frankly these kind of plugins won't help in the long run. Another thing do you think google isn't able to work out what you're doing when it can read the plugins installed on your site in a matter of seconds.
Please keep away from this kind of junk and try and focus on building a real sustainable business. I accept i will likely be told i'm jumping to conclusions etc. but since i gave up on that junk my business keeps growing and going in the right direction. Coincidence? You decide.

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Hi there,

Just to add in some comments as the creator of the plugin. This is no magic bullet, but what it will do is help you build up authority the smart way. It is based on many years of testing and refinement and I put my own personal strategy into a plugin and shared it with everyone.

Although this can create a wide range of automated backlinks and a multi-level series of link pyramids you can use it to create backlinks to your own backlinks that you have already created to increase their value. You can even feed in your RSS feeds and have this system pull in link from your article feeds, web 2.0 sites, social media and video feeds and have it create backlinks to those as well.

The aim is to use this plugin to create your own high-authority, ever growing authority link network.

The way it works is very simple. It creates the second level of links first, as the links above are discovered they are created on the fly. These sites have a lot of inherent value and authority and link back through a range of do follow and no follow links.

Not only that it creates an infinite number of these growing naturally over time. This is based on many years of putting this EXACT strategy to the test and has actually been made stronger due to Penguin in our tests.

This is just one area of authority backlinking and should be used in conjunction with other methods as we say in the training video that accompanies it.

Thanks for the feedback and please feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions.

All the best

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Hi there,

Just to add in some comments as the creator of the plugin. This is no magic bullet, but what it will do is help you build up authority the smart way. It is based on many years of testing and refinement and I put my own personal strategy into a plugin and shared it with everyone.

Although this can create a wide range of automated backlinks and a multi-level series of link pyramids you can use it to create backlinks to your own backlinks that you have already created to increase their value. You can even feed in your RSS feeds and have this system pull in link from your article feeds, web 2.0 sites, social media and video feeds and have it create backlinks to those as well.

The aim is to use this plugin to create your own high-authority, ever growing authority link network.

The way it works is very simple. It creates the second level of links first, as the links above are discovered they are created on the fly. These sites have a lot of inherent value and authority and link back through a range of do follow and no follow links.

Not only that it creates an infinite number of these growing naturally over time. This is based on many years of putting this EXACT strategy to the test and has actually been made stronger due to Penguin in our tests.

This is just one area of authority backlinking and should be used in conjunction with other methods as we say in the training video that accompanies it.

Thanks for the feedback and please feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions.

All the best

Sean
Sean, first things first you are a highly regarded and respected Marketer so I just want to be honest from my perspective here even if you and others don't agree with me here. I honestly don't think these kind of "automated solutions" solve anything in the long run. Indeed you don't know what algorithm change is just around the corner, and maybe Google will dislike what your plugin is doing. "Past performance is not necessarily an indicator of future performance, so just because things have gone well for you so far and your sites means very little going forward."

IMO this isn't a busines model at all and should certainly not be encouraged as such in any way shape or form. I am pleased that you said above "This is no magic bullet" because it for sure isn't there is no such thing. However, of course if people want to buy this it's their prerogative and i wish you and them all the success in the world.

My final comment on this for everyone is, since i stopped some time back on these kind of "automated solutions" my business continues to thrive and grow. Coincidence? You decide.

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Joel, we are in agreement. This is not a business model. It is a tool that should be part of an overall plan for the future. One thing we always build into our SEO strategies is a level of separation. We do that by creating multiple levels of links that filter the link juice and pass it up the chain to the destination site.

By spreading the load, creating natural looking links in a random manner then you have a level of protection not offered by many tools.

Again, there is no magic bullet but as part of an overall SEO strategy it is very powerful. We also added a special tool called the Stealth Loki that you can deploy on remote sites not connected to your main site for those that want extra protection and to magnify the power of the tool.

However, again, it is just a tool, a very powerful means to an end. Building up your business naturally is one thing, scale and automation is key to long term success...

All the best

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Joel, we are in agreement. This is not a business model. It is a tool that should be part of an overall plan for the future. One thing we always build into our SEO strategies is a level of separation. We do that by creating multiple levels of links that filter the link juice and pass it up the chain to the destination site.

By spreading the load, creating natural looking links in a random manner then you have a level of protection not offered by many tools.

Again, there is no magic bullet but as part of an overall SEO strategy it is very powerful. We also added a special tool called the Stealth Loki that you can deploy on remote sites not connected to your main site for those that want extra protection and to magnify the power of the tool.

However, again, it is just a tool, a very powerful means to an end. Building up your business naturally is one thing, scale and automation is key to long term success...

All the best

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Thank you Sean as i expressed a moment ago via PM my respect for you has risen due to your honesty here. As long as people really know and appreciate what we have both metioned above then i can accept that. I still don't agree with using any of these kind of "automated tools" however, your response was one of fairness and honesty and for that i commend you.

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Loki link builder is a really neat plugin that enhances your over all seo advantage. It really packs a good punch and knocks Google for a loop. I thought of it as one of a kind plugin.

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I bought Loki Link Builder last week and now have it installed on 2 of my sites. I don’t know about anyone else, but I detest the time I need to spend building links. I am either building them the wrong way or not nearly enough of them. I suspect the latter. The only way to get a website to rise to the first page for people to actually see it is to build links to it.

Personally, I would much rather write articles or design my sites. Even researching keywords is a much preferred activity! And we all know that is a very time consuming occupation to do it thoroughly.

Loki Link Builder is not, nor is it designed to be, an instant “page one getter” unless you strike it lucky, and this could safely happen so as they say, one should never say never.

Loki Link builder is a tool designed to follow Google’s rules for long-term link building. It is easy to install and it is a very sophisticated and layered system that can be implemented in stages or all at once if you want without raising Google’s ire and getting your website sandboxed, deindexed or any other nasties.

Personally, this is the answer to my problems with building effective back links safely and “zoo” free. The ongoing benefits will show up gradually and continue to build on themselves. Benefit on top of benefit.

While all this is happening automatically in the background of each website it is installed on, I can get on and do other things.

So for anyone who would like a helping-hand with the essential back linking side of website building, this is the tool I highly recommend.

Having a website without traffic is like owning a Mercedes without Petrol/gas. It just sits there taking up space. Loki will build the necessary life force it needs to be found automatically and effortlessly.
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I bought it. I'm testing on one site only because my experience with plugins has not been that great. I know Sean has a good reputation but at this stage I'm unsure of the worth of the product.

I've spent several days trying to get my head around the system. Not that it's difficult to implement (It's not imperative to use all of the functions but the more you use the better the backlinks). I wanted to think through the ramifications. Loki creates 2 types of links and you have the ability to backlink those with other tools (if you have them). The suggestion is that you can backlink several types of files the Loki system creates, including a text and html file.

It's possible to grab this text file of the links Loki creates. I did a random look at some of the URL's and there appeared to be a lot of 404's. I ran the list through scapebox and the results were poor. Someone else who has purchased Loki needs to do this to confirm because I rarely use scrapebox and probably did something wrong.

Apart from that the file contained about 200 duplicate entries - which can't be good. I can't see much value in backlinking a file full of duplicates and 404 links - it seems counter-productive.

My first attempt at drawing in some rss links failed abysmally and Loki picked up links to other sites not my sites - not quite sure what I did wrong there LOL

I can see how it works - which is quite clever - the dups and 404's concern me though. I'm not ready to hit the refund button - I'm sure others will have the same problems and go through the helpdesk agony and Sean and the team will get them sorted out.
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Hi,

I just bought Loki link and installed on my blog but the api key is not working.

My order details(Purchased via clickbank):
Order Number: VVPJWKE5

I have already opened a ticket to your support center but the support person has closed the ticket without resolving my issue. So, That is why I have to post here on this thread so you can pay attention on my issue and resolved it quick.

Please resolve this soon.
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Joel, we are in agreement. This is not a business model. It is a tool that should be part of an overall plan for the future. One thing we always build into our SEO strategies is a level of separation. We do that by creating multiple levels of links that filter the link juice and pass it up the chain to the destination site.

By spreading the load, creating natural looking links in a random manner then you have a level of protection not offered by many tools.

Again, there is no magic bullet but as part of an overall SEO strategy it is very powerful. We also added a special tool called the Stealth Loki that you can deploy on remote sites not connected to your main site for those that want extra protection and to magnify the power of the tool.

However, again, it is just a tool, a very powerful means to an end. Building up your business naturally is one thing, scale and automation is key to long term success...

All the best

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This isn't Seans thread - I don't know that he has an official Loki thread on WF so don't count on a reply. Check your email - the tickets close automatically when they are replied to. There are a few people using that particular ticket system - I detest them because you can't click on the closed ticket to follow the conversation. The last couple of times I've come across this system I've just refunded because it's far too time consuming trying to get things resolved.

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I just bought Loki link and installed on my blog but the api key is not working.

My order details(Purchased via clickbank):
Order Number: VVPJWKE5

I have already opened a ticket to your support center but the support person has closed the ticket without resolving my issue. So, That is why I have to post here on this thread so you can pay attention on my issue and resolved it quick.

Please resolve this soon.
Thanks.
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Hi there,

We did have a problem with the API activating yesterday but that has been resolved. Please try again and it should be good.

You are right this is not an Official thread but please do let my support team know of any issues you have at ADD Marketing Group - Powered by Kayako Fusion Help Desk Software

Just as a note, tickets are automatically closed on response. However they are reopened automatically on response from customers too.

All the best

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Sean, is there a forum for Loki? I have some general questions that others will have too and this is not the place for it. Your FAQ's are limited to say the very least LOL

Can I PM a list of questions for you to incorporate in the FAQ's please?
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Sure PM and I will see what we can do....

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I bought it, and I think it's pretty cool in the way that that it works, and protects your sites at the same time. But the videos listed above are from affiliates trying to make a sale, and because it's so new, there really isn't much data available yet. I've got about 100 sites that got slapped by Google in the Panda / Penguin updates. I'm in the process of installing Loki on all of them. I'll report back in this thread what happens..
Jeff Lenney is honest. He doesn't push crap on people trying to make a quick buck. He's not like those other hucksters who have rave reviews for every stinking product that comes out. He's probably the only person I would trust on WF.
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I just bought it. I will look into it right for a bit because I have to go to sleep and wake up early for work tomorrow.

Thank you Sean Donohoe for this plugin. I'm not going to say great yet until I see the results and put in into action. Fair enough...
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Hey Sean. I am not sure if you are online right now but maybe you or anyone else could help me. I watch the training videos last night and man you flew through them. I know you are a reputable person but sometimes you explain things in a way that only experience marketers that know about backlinking know and would understand. I have never build a backlink myself, don't know what rss feeds are and so on. Also what the heck in a cron and why do i need to set it up.

Can I just enter the keywords that I want to rank for where it says "Enter Your Keywords" and hit save changes and that's it? Would the plugin still work if that is all I do? Would it work great if all of my keywords are low competition? Will it build backlinks to all the keywords I put in there equally?

Also in the top it says upgrade to wordpress 3.4.1
I do not know how to upgrade and back up all of my files.
I think if I just upgrade like that I will lose everything and I do not want that because I paid to have my adsense site build. Which brings me to my next question. Is this plugin safe for adsense?

Also I have another question. I have 16 plugins including your loki link builder. Are any of the plugins I have are going to interfere with your plugins and how this software works? Should I delete some of them?

Please help me understand.

I need coaching. Is not as easy as the sales video claims to be unless all I have to do is enter my keywords and hit save changes, then that would be a piece of cake.

Please help me, I am confused and I want to install this on all of my sites today. I have a license for 10 sites.

Thank you Mr. Donohoe and anyone else who have purchased this plugin and knows how to use it.

I need instructions for a complete beginner, lol.
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Ok I guess no help from Sean, :O(

I am stuck with a plugin that I have no clue how to use it despite watching the training videos
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Ok I guess no help from Sean, :O(

I am stuck with a plugin that I have no clue how to use it despite watching the training videos
Hi Ray....there is plenty of help available. If you would like to PM me, we can go from there, OK?

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Hi Minbani. Sorry I was busy. OK so I install the plugin on my first adsense site. The only thing I did was put one keyword I am trying to rank for.

I have alot of questions so please bare with me. How many keywords should I use? Can I pick any keyword even if the competition is high due to the power of this plug in?
There has been many discussions on how to find low competition keywords with high searches. What I did was that I went to google keyword tool and chosed exact matches and type in my main keyword. The I click on search by local and chose 5 keywords that have between 500-1000 exact matches per month. I put those five keywords in the plugin section where it says to enter your keywords.

By the way how many keywords can we put in there? Does the competition even matter? Is the more keywords you pit the less effective it will be? I am thinking because since the plugin comes with 600 backlinks will it rotate the keywords i have chosen randomly?

Also am I suppose to delete any additional plugins I might have install?

Also is it a problem that I might have a slightly older version of wordpress? Will this also affect this plug in?

I am so confused.

I don't know about the other fields in the bottom. I don't have any additional backlinks.

I thought all you had to do was install the plug in, activated it, put your domain name and your keywords and hit saved changes and the plugin would do all of the work.

But I seee you also have to add additional backlinks, create a hello txt account, what the heck is that by the way, create a cron, omg are you serious, lol add rss feeds, I don't even know what that is, and install a stealth loki, oh my goodness I am way over my head. I just saw the sales video and he maded look so simple and now I am stuck, lol.

Please help me :confused:
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Hey Sean. I am not sure if you are online right now but maybe you or anyone else could help me. I watch the training videos last night and man you flew through them. I know you are a reputable person but sometimes you explain things in a way that only experience marketers that know about backlinking know and would understand. I have never build a backlink myself, don't know what rss feeds are and so on. Also what the heck in a cron and why do i need to set it up.

Can I just enter the keywords that I want to rank for where it says "Enter Your Keywords" and hit save changes and that's it? Would the plugin still work if that is all I do? Would it work great if all of my keywords are low competition? Will it build backlinks to all the keywords I put in there equally?

Also in the top it says upgrade to wordpress 3.4.1
I do not know how to upgrade and back up all of my files.
I think if I just upgrade like that I will lose everything and I do not want that because I paid to have my adsense site build. Which brings me to my next question. Is this plugin safe for adsense?

Also I have another question. I have 16 plugins including your loki link builder. Are any of the plugins I have are going to interfere with your plugins and how this software works? Should I delete some of them?

Please help me understand.

I need coaching. Is not as easy as the sales video claims to be unless all I have to do is enter my keywords and hit save changes, then that would be a piece of cake.

Please help me, I am confused and I want to install this on all of my sites today. I have a license for 10 sites.

Thank you Mr. Donohoe and anyone else who have purchased this plugin and knows how to use it.

I need instructions for a complete beginner, lol.

Hi Ray,

I too bought the multi-site license. Sean is very excited about this topic and that shows in his training videos. I think he would do well to break out the training videos into an overview, basic setup, and then each of the features that a more advanced marketer would use.

You are correct about basic setup, make sure your URL is good, add as many relevant/thematic keywords for your niche, and save changes.

Cron allows you to schedule tasks to happen on a server. Sean was covering that for taking care of automating the Emailing of the HTML files containing your rss feeds (that are generated by Lokilink Builder). Definitely not entry level topics, but worth learning so you can make the most of your plug-in's efforts to build even more links.

My opinion is that this takes one of the most painful aspects of Internet Marketing and automates it, using just the basic setup, to a level I couldn't dream of matching even with all of the tools I already have. Like Sean says though, it is not a magic bullet, but I see it as one of the most important tools I have to ranking my sites and weathering the storms the G is throwing at us with all these updates.

If you worry about Adsense, use the stealth version of Loki so G has no clue. Although, I would spend the time to match a CPA offer to your site's audience. G can find the smallest breach of their terms and conditions and, poof, there goes that income stream. I've been on Adsense for several years and am still $5 away from my first $50 check... I've made well over $15,000 ($0-600/mo for about 3 years) from one good CPA offer with only a trickle of targeted traffic. It's not going to cause me to give up my job, but was very helpful between contracts.

Also, I seriously doubt you will have any trouble with your other plug-ins. Lokilink builder is designed for multi-site Wordpress and even could run alongside other link building plugins.

I hope this helps you. Sean is the ultimate authority on the tool, and probably, back link building techniques, too. All in all, I'm super stoked about Lokilink Builder and will be upgrading to the full developer license when I get my CPA commissions on Friday. I still have at least 80 more blogs to promote...

Best of luck!

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So you are saying that if all I do is enter the long tail keyword that I want to rank for and hit save changes, then there is a possibility that google my banned my adsense account for life? Are you serious.

So now I am stuck and have to download the stealth loki and learn how to use this complicated software?

What is the purpose of this plugin if I can't use it to rank my adsense sites?
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I've found a couple of things in Loki which don't work for me and are a bit annoying because they are high-value techniques as far as I'm concerned. Adding my RSS feeds doesn't work - Loki grabs links from the top level domain but many of my RSS feeds are from my accounts at bookmarking or other sites. The top level doesn't usually contain my backlinks. There is a Loki method to post via email to social hubs such as hellotxt - this isn't working for me either - I consider this to be a very valuable and cool part of the software.

Maybe it's just me but i don't think Sean has made absolutely crystal clear whether you actually need to backlink the files Loki creates for it to work. I can't see how it will work unless you do the backlinking to the rss feed, html and txt files in the system. This adds another level of effort but it's no big deal to do and only needs to be done once.

Personally I block all search engines from my WordPress folders - call me a paranoid - so I need to use the stealth loki - which I prefer anyway. What's not clear is if we can or should use several instances of stealth from the same domain - I'm assuming it's ok to do that.

I don't want you to think I'm an unhappy customer because that's not really true the main function works very well - I am disappointed that certain things aren't working for me. I have contacted the helpdesk about one issue (11 responses back and forward and not resolved) but not the other because I am so sick of beta testing paid products. The price of $47 isn't expensive - although to be truly useful you need to add another $127 on top of that for the developer licence.
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Hi there,

There are so many things this plugin can actually do in terms of SEO, link building and boosting other links that I am going to record a couple more videos for the training area to go into more detail in some areas so you can get the most out of it.

For example, what are the best practices to use Stealth Loki (which you can use as many times as you want for any domain...). How to create your own massive high-value private blog network.

The thing is that you can just keep it very simple and it works very well or you can supercharge everything and take it to the next level if you want to get your hands dirty

I will send out an email to all customers as soon as those videos are recorded. Give me a couple of days on those...

All the best

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I'm a big fan of Sean, so I bought this right away. Installed it on 2 WP blogs.

It creates the feed as advertised. If that is all you are looking for, it works great.

However, I wanted to build link pyramids using the post by email function. They work off of cron jobs.

I verified that the cron jobs are working. I also included one of my personal email addresses and I receive the feed every 12 hours.

Unfortunately, the email posts to hellotxt and twittermail produce nothing. I can email them myself and they post just fine, but they do not post from the plug-in feed.

I have placed a support ticket, but the techs keep closing it without even looking into the problem.

I have worked with Sean for years and this is so unlike him. His customer support has always been outstanding. However, he has become very successful and grown his business incredibly. That means hiring or outsourcing and these new people don't seem to want to fix what is broken.

Very disappointed...
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Hi there,

The support system automatically closes the ticket on reply. We are going to change that as it can be confusing. The tickets automatically reopen on reply.

To answer your question you can post to HelloTxt, Your own blogs (self-hosted wordpress), wordpress.com, tumblr, blogger blogs and many other sites that accept email posting.

You can also use Onlywire, LinksAlpha (one of my recent favorites) and get your content out there...

Hope that helps...

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Hi Sean. Did you received my pm?

I need to ask you a few questions and send you some screen shots and see if I am doing things correctly.

I know you are a busy person, so please reply to my pm when you get a chance.

I am at work right now but I have some time right now.

Thank you Sean
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Going to address some of these in the videos I am going to record... Will see what we can do to make sure everything is 100% crystal clear... like I say, a lot of power under the hood here and want to make sure everyone can use it at the level they want

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The support system automatically closes the ticket on reply. We are going to change that as it can be confusing. The tickets automatically reopen on reply.

To answer your question you can post to HelloTxt, Your own blogs (self-hosted wordpress), wordpress.com, tumblr, blogger blogs and many other sites that accept email posting.

You can also use Onlywire, LinksAlpha (one of my recent favorites) and get your content out there...

Hope that helps...

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Sean,

I understand that is the way it is SUPPOSED to work. The cron job is sending the emails to hellotxt and to twittermail (to post directly to my twitter account), but NOTHING GETS POSTED.

I know the emails are good because I can email directly to them and they post just fine.

I also know that the emails are being sent via the cron job because my own email address is in there and I receive the html every time.

Your support is not addressing the issue. Everyone says that it should work, but it doesn't.

I could really use your help here.
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ok I watched the video 3 times already and I confused about the keyword part.

For example let say my site www.howtogetridoffpimples.com

And lets says I want to rank for that long term keyword:

how to get rid of pimples which has 60,500 global searches and 8,100 local searches according to the GKT

and lets say all i wanted was to rank for that keyword which is my exact domain name

Can i just put that one keyword in the loki linkbuilder plugin?

or do I have to look for broad keywords instead that have to do with getting rid of pimples, for example: get rid of pimples fast, get rid of pimples, getting rid of pimples, etc...

I don't know if I have to braod keywords or exact seaches keywords in that section.

I am confused because if I put broad keywords then loki link builder plugin will try to rank my site for that keyword and it might take a long time because the keyword is so broad and the competition is very high. But I watched the video and Sean puts very broad keywords.

He doesn't explain if the keywords have to be related to your site and if they keywords have to be long tail keywords with low competition and so on.

Please clarify with the example above.

I don't like the fact that you move from that spot to the next topic in the training video. I know you are going to make more training videos but please make sure you make them very specific with clear examples as not all of us are at expert level. I for one am still learning and i am new so i need very detail video that leave no questions.

Also I have install the plugin in in 2 of my adsense sites, enter some keywords that I want to rank for and hit save changes.

I heard some said that google "might" banned my adsense account with this plugin and that I should be using the Stealth Loki.

I watch the video but I still don't understand it. Does it work different?
Do I have to put my domain name in there and is there a section where you put your keywords that you want to rank for?
Does the keyword you want to rank for have to be related to the domain name and keywords in your article or can i put broad keywords that have high competition?

How many keywords do you recommend we put in there?
Does having more keywords affect the time it takes to rank for one of your keywords or does it build backlinks equally at the same time to all of the keywords you put?

I need help! I am soooo lost :confused:
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Hi there,

This is really not a support thread per-se but let me see if I can help with a couple of suggestions;

1. Enter your own personal email and see if it sends to you
2. See if your wordpress is sending out notice emails (have you received them before?)
3. Check with your host, see if they are blocking emails from your wordpress

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@RayWarrior - The keywords are only for gathering related content. You do not need to go laser targeted for the keywords and you can use this on adsense sites just fine or use stealth loki, its fine

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Sean thanks for responding back. Ok so let me get this clear, if the keywords are just for gathering content, then where am i suppose to put the keywords that the loki link builder plugin is suppose to build backlinks to my site until I get to page 1?

If the keywords are not that imporant and they don't have to be laser targeted, then how is loki link builder going to build the backlinks to my site if I just put some generic keywords?


Man this is mess up, I can't even understand the beggining of the training video. :rolleyes:
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This is really not a support thread per-se but let me see if I can help with a couple of suggestions;

1. Enter your own personal email and see if it sends to you
2. See if your wordpress is sending out notice emails (have you received them before?)
3. Check with your host, see if they are blocking emails from your wordpress

All the best

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Sean,

1. It does send to my personal email.
2. I do receive notice emails.
3. Spoke with Hostgator last Monday. They are not blocking anything. As a matter of fact, Edward from your support center spoke with them as well.

I understand that this is not a support thread, but I've been trying to get Edward and Aaron to help me for a week now. All they do is close the ticket without trying to help, other than the one call Edward made to Hostgator.

I've been a customer for years, as well as an inner circle member. I guess I was spoiled by you and Lisa's great customer service.

At this point, I don't know what to do to fix this.

Your help is greatly appreciated.
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Riverdude I'm pleased I'm not the only one with this problem - and the same result from the support team. I have also tested the same way, so I know the posting via email works. It doesn't work for me from Loki either. This is a big feature to be missing out on.


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Sean,

I understand that is the way it is SUPPOSED to work. The cron job is sending the emails to hellotxt and to twittermail (to post directly to my twitter account), but NOTHING GETS POSTED.

I know the emails are good because I can email directly to them and they post just fine.

I also know that the emails are being sent via the cron job because my own email address is in there and I receive the html every time.

Your support is not addressing the issue. Everyone says that it should work, but it doesn't.

I could really use your help here.
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Well first, the good news. If it is sending out, and being received at your personal emails then the problem is not with Loki as it is doing it's job, sending out the HTML version of the loki page it creates.

So, the issue is with the receiver side. HelloTxt or other. So there are a few things you can do if you have having issues...

1. Create accounts with the following web 2.0 sites:
  • blogger
  • tumblr
  • shopify
  • typepad
  • xanga
  • wordpress
  • moveable type
  • drupal
  • square spaces
  • multiply
  • LiveJournal
  • blogetery
Each one has an email you can post to. I like to create bios, relevant urls and have at it...

2. Create an account with LinksAlpha (HelloTxt alternative) and put my Loki RSS feed on there and syndicate out. I use the paid option (still very cheap) to syndicate out...

3. Pump into Onlywire as well... You can add your RSS feed there

4. Create a wide range of self hosted wordpress blogs or wordpress MU blogs and post via email where possible. (Self hosted wordpress is easier to do)

Those are just some of the options available to maximize your power here...


All the best


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I'd have to disagree with you Sean. I have other software which can post to the hellotxt site with no problem. Therefore the problem is with Loki. If it doesn't work with hellotxt that's annoying but ok providing we are aware of it and we're not trying to make something work that doesn't work. Change your video. In the video, you also recommended people go buy some fiverrr gigs for hellotxt accounts that would be a waste of time and money.
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Well I have to say I am having no problems posting from Loki to HelloTxt... I have also not had many others report it but I do have my techs looking into it to see if there are any hidden issues...

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Sean,

I tried your suggestion and used one of my Multiply accounts.

First thing I did was send a direct email to the posting email address. The email posted on Multiply almost immediately.

Then I added the posting email to Loki, saved and hit the Test button. In about a minute, my personal email received the HTML feed. However, after waiting quite a while, it never posted to Multiply.

It just seems that the HTML feed is the problem.

I am really hoping you can figure this out.

I'll give the RSS approach a try, but remain disappointed about the email posting problems.

However, I am thrilled that you have taken so much time here to address the issue. It is 100 times more help than your new support people gave me over the course of a full week and communicates to all on this thread how much you care about your products and customers. I miss Lisa...

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Well I have to say I am having no problems posting from Loki to HelloTxt... I have also not had many others report it but I do have my techs looking into it to see if there are any hidden issues...

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Sean,

I tried your suggestion and used one of my Multiply accounts.

First thing I did was send a direct email to the posting email address. The email posted on Multiply almost immediately.

Then I added the posting email to Loki, saved and hit the Test button. In about a minute, my personal email received the HTML feed. However, after waiting quite a while, it never posted to Multiply.

It just seems that the HTML feed is the problem.

I am really hoping you can figure this out.

I'll give the RSS approach a try, but remain disappointed about the email posting problems.

However, I am thrilled that you have taken so much time here to address the issue. It is 100 times more help than your new support people gave me over the course of a full week and communicates to all on this thread how much you care about your products and customers. I miss Lisa...

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Well I have to say I am having no problems posting from Loki to HelloTxt... I have also not had many others report it but I do have my techs looking into it to see if there are any hidden issues...

All the best

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