Good Substitues for SEOLinkvine?

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Hello eveyone,

Since i missed the launch for SEOLinkvine, (i was caught up in other projects, then when i went to SEOLinkvine, it was closed) was wondering if there are other good alternatives to it. Thanks,
#good #seolinkvine #starting #substitues #uaw
  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
    The obvious answer is

    Niche Article Marketing for High Search Ranking - Premier Service


    But if I were you, I'd wait until the doors reopen. I don't think it will be too long.


    Pearson
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  • Profile picture of the author jacksonlin
    Unique Article Wizard
    Article Marketing Automation = My Article Network

    These two are pretty much identical to SEOLinkVine in terms of how articles are submitted and how the networks work.

    Other services which are kind of like it, but not exactly are:
    Linkvana
    Submit Your Article
    Article Ranks
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  • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
    I can also recommend Article Ranks. If you plug in a site or two of your own, you can easily get enough credits for free to submit an article a day.
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    • Profile picture of the author GaryHarvey
      Originally Posted by ShaneRQR View Post

      I can also recommend Article Ranks. If you plug in a site or two of your own, you can easily get enough credits for free to submit an article a day.
      Thanks to you both for mentioning this one.
      I had not heard of it.

      One question: How good are they at delivering
      category-relevant content?


      My experience with all the other similar services
      (AMA, UAW, FTS) is that if an author posts something
      in a wrong content, many times it gets through.
      And you finish up with too much off-topic stuff
      being autoposted at your blog.

      Yes, we can manually approve each post but who
      wants to do that except for high value blogs?

      Gary
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    • Profile picture of the author wrays
      Originally Posted by ShaneRQR View Post

      I can also recommend Article Ranks. If you plug in a site or two of your own, you can easily get enough credits for free to submit an article a day.
      Hi Shane,

      What do you mean by "plug in a site or two"??

      Care to elaborate?

      Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Blaze
    Most similar to SEOLinkVine is UAW (Unique Article Wizard).

    Why? Because they submit to the lower traffic and less well known article directory's but submit's in the 1000's and many are niche specific and so are very very targetted.

    If your looking for something to submit to the top 20 article directory's only then you need something like senuke of big mikes article directory bot!

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  • Profile picture of the author millionaires20
    I recommend you consider Article Blueprint from the Commission Blueprint guys Tim & Steve. They have two separate packages: Blog and Article. Plus, as a bonus if you take the two packages for $67 a month, you also get free access to their Link Blueprint service. Which makes it 3 separate services in one.

    I hope this is helpful!

    Cheers!
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    • Profile picture of the author perswealth
      Thanks for all the great answers everyone. I'll look into ll of them and see what's best for me. Also, as Pearson said, maybe SEOLinkvine will open soon.
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    • Profile picture of the author aaramire
      Originally Posted by millionaires20 View Post

      I recommend you consider Article Blueprint from the Commission Blueprint guys Tim & Steve. They have two separate packages: Blog and Article. Plus, as a bonus if you take the two packages for $67 a month, you also get free access to their Link Blueprint service. Which makes it 3 separate services in one.

      I hope this is helpful!

      Cheers!
      Sampson
      I would also agree in recommending Article Blueprint and Blog blueprint as alternative to SEOlinkvine.

      At the moment I use seolinkvine, article blueprint, blog blueprint, and ezarticlelink is also something that I would recommend.
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  • Profile picture of the author Clyde
    UAW is the best.

    Just take my word for it.
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    • Profile picture of the author myyoulo
      I didnt see anyone mentioning ezarticlelink ? (It is just that and com after)

      I dont know the others mentioned but I guess maybe most article directories/and article distribution services also build backlinks to your backlinks ? I have only posted 3 articles in the system and I have improved my rankings a lot. If I just put in more effort I think I would rank for other keywords too. All 3 first page ranking and one with phrase match competition of 47000 (between nr 2-4 in google for quite some time now). I know there is more to consider.......but I think ezarticlelink is a quite new and unknown.

      There is a specific thread if someone is interested.
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      • Profile picture of the author cyberws
        SEO Linkvine started at $47 but I found someone who was offering it for $39.98. However, any of you can have MY membership! I'm getting a refund today and dropping out today. I submitted a spun article in the health category - and I want to add that I am a really good writer! So, in 7 days, with a really good article, I've gotten FIVE measly links! I'm a member of two other sites and I would have had dozens of links by now with either one of them. This is a bomb.
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        • Profile picture of the author octars
          Originally Posted by cyberws View Post

          SEO Linkvine started at $47 but I found someone who was offering it for $39.98. However, any of you can have MY membership! I'm getting a refund today and dropping out today. I submitted a spun article in the health category - and I want to add that I am a really good writer! So, in 7 days, with a really good article, I've gotten FIVE measly links! I'm a member of two other sites and I would have had dozens of links by now with either one of them. This is a bomb.

          Can I have your membership ?
          please PM me
          Thanks
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        • Profile picture of the author dotcomdesigns
          Originally Posted by cyberws View Post

          SEO Linkvine started at $47 but I found someone who was offering it for $39.98. However, any of you can have MY membership! I'm getting a refund today and dropping out today. I submitted a spun article in the health category - and I want to add that I am a really good writer! So, in 7 days, with a really good article, I've gotten FIVE measly links! I'm a member of two other sites and I would have had dozens of links by now with either one of them. This is a bomb.
          Would you have had 5 measly links with the other sites in their first month of operating? Or did they fly out dozens of articles right off the bat on day one?

          I've started to restrict the number of times my articles are being sent out in SEOLV now due to the fact I'm getting too many, too quickly accepted and it might hurt my younger blogs. Sorry, didn't mean to rub salt into an open wound there as it's not met your expectations
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        • Profile picture of the author madzseo
          Originally Posted by cyberws View Post

          SEO Linkvine started at $47 but I found someone who was offering it for $39.98. However, any of you can have MY membership! I'm getting a refund today and dropping out today. I submitted a spun article in the health category - and I want to add that I am a really good writer! So, in 7 days, with a really good article, I've gotten FIVE measly links! I'm a member of two other sites and I would have had dozens of links by now with either one of them. This is a bomb.
          Hi cyberws, five links in 7 days is good. You don't want to have too many links pointing back to your site. What other sites are you using? Any of them good?

          I've only started using SEOlinkvine for a couple of weeks, bought it just before they closed their doors to new members. (Bought mine through Kok Choon and he's really amazing - he's quick in sending out the bonuses that he's promised and answers all of my questions about using SEOlinkvine. Not affiliated with him in anyway...just putting in a good word for an honest marketer.)

          I have yet to see how effective it is though. I submitted a spun article two days ago so far I've had two articles published...although I don't know where They just have the pie chart and numbers in the stats but they don't give you the links -- or maybe I just missed that data.
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    • Profile picture of the author dotcomdesigns
      Originally Posted by unlimitedsubmissions View Post

      UAW is the best.

      Just take my word for it.
      As much as I'd like to take your word for it can you expand a little? I used to get UAW articles on my blogs using their WP plugin but I deactivated it due to the fact the articles were poorly spun.

      I now get SEOLV articles on my blogs and the quality so far is excellent. Maybe things have improved with UAW and I might give it a go again.
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  • Profile picture of the author excoder01
    Mark Blaze, I signed up through your link for SEOlinkvine...now it's gone?

    Wheew! Just in time...
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  • Profile picture of the author excoder01
    My alternative recommendations...

    Article network = UAW, Article Rank, freetrafficsystem, or ezarticlelink (the drawback is you have to add a special directory/article link on your website)

    Social Media Network = SYNND (used to be $67, but there's a $1 trial)

    And yes, blog blueprint, linkblueprint, and article blueprint are good -- I used the last two as part of CB 2, but Articleblueprint is just a article submission service though.
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    • Profile picture of the author marcolav
      Originally Posted by excoder01 View Post


      Social Media Network = SYNND (used to be $67, but there's a $1 trial)

      Stay away from Synnd. They are just a mess. The system gets hung more than it works, customer service is terrible , and that is an understatement, my campaigns are stuck for now 10 days, (and this is not the first time either) no reply to support tickets since May 11, yet they reply in 2 hours when I send a ticket with subject line 'Refund'. They tell you that you have to 'invest' in them because it will be a great system, that these are growing pains and this and that, but why should 'I' pay too let 'them' grow?

      Great concept, but they are obviously not capable of making it work!

      marco
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  • Profile picture of the author pavionjsl
    I love what Rus Sells is doing here. Spin articles, personally owned blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author madzseo
    I think Brad mentioned high end blog networks that cost around $997-2000/month to join that are only open to 50-200 members. Anybody know any membership sites like these? I wouldn't mind paying a couple of hundred bucks as long as it would really help my site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
      Originally Posted by madzseo View Post

      I think Brad mentioned high end blog networks that cost around $997-2000/month to join that are only open to 50-200 members. Anybody know any membership sites like these? I wouldn't mind paying a couple of hundred bucks as long as it would really help my site.
      Dori Friend's SEONitro network is one that is open more often than others and is very good. We're opening up an SEOLinkVine network like that, which will be run entirely by Dori. We're hoping to have it all set up by late June, or early July. Ours won't be that expensive though.

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  • Profile picture of the author aa411853
    Why not check out a service like ArticleRanks? Plus ArticleRanks is essentially free if you accept content on your PR domains. Personally I've found the domains to be of about the same quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Clifford
    I've used UAW and ArticleBlueprint.

    I've cancelled UAW in favour of ArticleBlueprint because for UAW - you completely rely on individuals accepting and publishing your articles - and it varies according to the niche. For instance for a IM niche I got many published - but for others less so.

    In ArticleBlueprint - these are published to a network of sites which is fully managed. So they will all get published and so you can guarantee the backlinks. (500 per article)

    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Content Crooner perhaps.
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  • Profile picture of the author vij
    Off late I notice that UAW has started to suck. Some really good spin articles are getting only about 150 submissions even in popular categories like health and fitness. The blogs are often repeated and many of them are dead or abandoned. Its getting really bad. Any other UAW users feel the same?


    How is SEOLinkVine these days. I heard many saying you don't get more than a handful of submissions per article and even that happens over a period of 1 month or so. Have things improved with them. Or would you rather suggest AMA/MAN?
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    • Profile picture of the author JK Nyerere
      UAW has been like that for years. I am always puzzled by those who rave about it. I tested 10 of my sites with it and I figured my time was far better spent elsewhere.

      UAW is a great idea and theoretically sound. But if you are looking for practical results, it is a dud.
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      • Profile picture of the author vij
        Originally Posted by JK Nyerere View Post

        UAW has been like that for years. I am always puzzled by those who rave about it. I tested 10 of my sites with it and I figured my time was far better spent elsewhere.
        Well, atleast the number and links reported were 500-600 before.. Of late its miserable(less than 150 with lots of them dead and broken).
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    • Profile picture of the author Azlan.MY
      Great alternative would be Article Marketing Robot (AMR). See this thread.

      http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...ing-robot.html

      I also unsubscribe from UAW a few months ago, because I sign up to Build My Rank (BMR) which is proven to be more powerful to dominate Google.
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    • Profile picture of the author 101millionAds
      You are right about UAW.I was so unsatisfied with the service and canceled my subscription because of the low amount of backlinks per article.The links do not last long either.They disappear very fast.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mr Lim
      Anyone mind explaining UAW?

      Seolinkvine is a good tools, I personally use this tool.
      It's customer support are great. But the submission did not provide any report.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Grant
      Haven't used SEOLV in months, but I used it for 3 months in the beginning. It was terrible.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Sorrell
        I really wouldn't bother with seolv. I've tried it and was very unimpressed with it. You could get way better results just spending an hour or two a day manually link building.

        If you're looking for some submission tools then I would absolutely recommend you look at magic submitter and sick submitter. They've both got most of the bases covered.
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        • Profile picture of the author cyberws
          UAW = Unique Article Wizard by Noel Swanson. The idea is to submit three versions of the same content and the paragraphs much match in number and content. So if you're writing about the Wii basketball for example, there will be three intro paragraphs that are different words but the same information, three #1 paragraphs on the basic rules, etc. And then you spin titles. Theoretically, you get a lot of different versions, although you will have multiple first paragraphs that are alike so I've always questioned the concept. It's a LOT of work and I was seeing no benefits so I quit. UAW was crushed in the Google Farmer update, by the way.
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          • Profile picture of the author grannydude
            Originally Posted by cyberws View Post

            UAW = Unique Article Wizard by Noel Swanson. The idea is to submit three versions of the same content and the paragraphs much match in number and content. So if you're writing about the Wii basketball for example, there will be three intro paragraphs that are different words but the same information, three #1 paragraphs on the basic rules, etc. And then you spin titles. Theoretically, you get a lot of different versions, although you will have multiple first paragraphs that are alike so I've always questioned the concept. It's a LOT of work and I was seeing no benefits so I quit. UAW was crushed in the Google Farmer update, by the way.
            Thanks for spelling out what UAW is; I did not have a clue and when I Googled UAW all I got was stuff about automobiles and United Auto Workers.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
      Originally Posted by vij View Post

      Off late I notice that UAW has started to suck. Some really good spin articles are getting only about 150-200 submissions even in popular categories like health and fitness. The blogs are often repeated and many of them are dead or abandoned. Its getting really bad. Any other UAW users feel the same?


      How is SEOLinkVine these days. I heard many saying you don't get more than a handful of submissions per article and even that happens over a period of 1 month or so. Have things improved with them. Or would you rather suggest AMA/MAN?
      Yes, they have improved considerably. The thing is, with SEOLV, you don't get 20 publishes immediately and then after 30 days get 0 on a specific articles like other syndication networks. With SEOLV, you get, say 5 submissions early on, and then 3+ per day on the same article for a very long time. If you write and submit 1 article a day, I can guarantee that you will see BIG numbers of daily publishes (in total). We've added a new reporting option to show you this, so users can understand that SEOLV can and will get them a ton of publishes if they just stay consistent with writing and submitting. See here:

      This is one of my own accounts where we submit 2 articles per day, 5 days a week.
      2011-03-23_1115 - callenb's library

      You can see that we're getting at least 162 DAILY publishes. One day we got 249 publishes! You simply will not get that many daily publishes with any other network.

      The problem is, some users just don't understand this and/or know these stats are here, so they just login, look at the publish number next to each article and think SEOLV doesn't publish very much... when in reality you're getting a heck of a lot of daily publishes, because SEOLV continues submitting the same article for a much longer time (which mirrors reality MUCH better than blasting out an article for a couple of days and then completely stopping)

      This is that same account, where you can see daily publishes for each article isn't enormous, but the build is gradual and consistent, which adds up to the huge numbers you saw in the screenshot above in this post:

      2011-03-23_1119 - callenb's library

      Not only this, but we recently added the ability for every article you submit, to be submitted to these popular article directories:

      2011-03-23_1120 - callenb's library

      Another huge advantage you won't find elsewhere. Yet, many don't take advantage of this either, and just leave the login details blank... missing out on an immediate 10 submissions right off the bat.

      We're adding new features and functionality all of the time to get daily publishes up higher and higher and I can tell you that if you write and submit an article a day (or have someone else do it for you), you WILL get a ton of daily publishes in total.

      Thanks for your time.

      Brad
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        I heard many saying you don't get more than a handful of submissions per article and even that happens over a period of 1 month or so.
        To me, the whole beauty of UAW (and perhaps SEOLinkvine which I've not used) is that articles are entered one time and then are distributed over a period of weeks or even months.

        I haven't used UAW for about a month so haven't seen any problems - but wonder if a reduction in submission sites may be a result of the recent google update?

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        • Profile picture of the author vij
          Thanks Brad. I submit articles every day of the year. I guess I will try SEOLinkVine out for a month or 2.

          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          To me, the whole beauty of UAW (and perhaps SEOLinkvine which I've not used) is that articles are entered one time and then are distributed over a period of weeks or even months.

          I haven't used UAW for about a month so haven't seen any problems - but wonder if a reduction in submission sites may be a result of the recent google update?

          kay
          No it got bad even before the update.
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      • Profile picture of the author mark@1to101
        UAW is nowhere near as good as what it used to be. As the original poster says, you now get 150ish submissions for each article, but even that number is misleading because half of those submissions are to dead / untraceable sites.

        ArticleRanks is worth checking out. I still think Free Traffic System is ok too. I would place those two ahead of Article Marketing Automation and SEO Linkvine, both of which I also use.
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    • Profile picture of the author zoobie
      I do think UAW is rubbish. they submit to same blogspot too often and it's not a good link building tool as unique IPs count for Google ranking.
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    • Profile picture of the author Natlex
      I like to also hate on UAW but everytime I try it on an isolated keyword I see ranking improvements... People have been saying for so long that it's losing power... Guess I'll try another isolated test. I had good experience with AR & MAN.
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    • Profile picture of the author atrbiz
      I'm using Buildmyrank and seeing solid results!
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    • Profile picture of the author Clyde
      UAW is an old network if UAW doesn't work for you don't expect SEOLV to do better.

      All of the blogs that your articles get posted to are donor blogs that carry little to no juice.

      Try SYA (SubmitYourArticle.com) to submit articles to high PR article directories, and supplement that with AMR and BMR. This way you get diverse links from multiple class IP's and PageRank.


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    • Profile picture of the author misterkailo
      I started getting less and less links from UAW so I canceled my subscription as well. Going to try something else now.
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    • Profile picture of the author Han Fan
      It's not number of links..it's how you submit and write the articles to ranked with UAW..

      if you put spun and junk articles, you will get crappy results....

      it's a tool...learn how to use it

      our clients report back great results on monthly bases...

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      • Profile picture of the author vij
        Originally Posted by Han Fan View Post

        It's not number of links..it's how you submit and write the articles to ranked with UAW..

        if you put spun and junk articles, you will get crappy results....

        it's a tool...learn how to use it

        our clients report back great results on monthly bases...

        Han
        I am a long time UAW user and submit high quality articles. If you have noticed the published articles number has gone down drastically. The articles are posted repeatedly on crappy sites and the results often return dead links. Its not what it used to be.
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    • Profile picture of the author Torreylee
      SEOlinkvine blows too...
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      • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
        Originally Posted by Torreylee View Post

        SEOlinkvine blows too...
        How do you really feel?

        On a serious note, what's your username so I can look up your account and see why you would think that?

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    • Profile picture of the author typhoon
      I am trying postlinks.com these days (I got 50 free credits) and it looks interesting..Not only can post articles but you can also do comments syndication/posting on their network of blogs of PR1+ only and you get live links immediately..No waiting or something..

      Get your post or comment url and get it indexed quickly in Google...

      SEOlinkvine is not that good..
      freetrafficsystem is still nice considering it is free.
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    • Profile picture of the author Derek Salfen
      Bryan Zimmerman has a slick alternative to UAW, it's pretty cheap too... SEO Link Machine I believe. UAW has been going downhill, where's the tools of our youth?
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    • Profile picture of the author jdownloads
      I believe the reason why UAW has been having trouble is because of posting issues. I am an autoblogger and used to use the UAW plugin on alot of sites. But now whenever I try to use the plugin, I get zero results, only an error message. I had to stop using the plugin. Most of my sites have range from pr1 to pr4. I use Hostgator, so if the millions of other hostgator bloggers are having the same issue, I can guarantee they probably stopped using the plugin too. So, to all of the UAW article submitters, there goes your link juice.

      So, maybe if the wp plugin worked correctly UAW wouldn't be having an issue. But hey, if you guys want to post UNIQUE content directly on my blogs, I'm ok with that.
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    • Profile picture of the author PicktownChris
      I am giving SEOLinkVine a try but the link building seems a little slow for the cost... it would be nice if they would give incentive to the blog owners to add more blogs (like other blog networks do) instead of just "Free Content"... I already get free content... Also it's a pain having to click on all of the categories for every post..it would be nice if you could save a categories profile (similar to PostLinks.com that was mentioned earlier)..

      I am looking at Postlinks.com but I dont like how their credit system works... Its great for blog owners, but for the advertiser, it doesnt seem very impressive... basically I get links with 1000 credits and have to keep paying monthly for those same links instead of getting new links...

      I am going to look at freetrafficsystem.com next... unfortunately with them you have to submit unique articles... I would prefer to be able to submit spun articles....

      SEOLinkMachine.com looks interesting... I cant tell if its like postlinks.com where you have to keep paying monthly to keep the same links in the system or if you are getting new links each month (while keeping old links in system permanently)...

      Any others out there worth looking at?...
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  • Profile picture of the author PicktownChris
    I think the three biggest problems with these blog networks... 1) There are too many of them available 2) They cost too much each 3) Not enough incentive for the blog owners...

    I can see why there are so many... the owners of the networks are probably making some serious money... if you are charging $67 / mo and have 1000 paying members, you are making $67,000 a month!..holly crap!... and their incentive for adding your blog is free content?...wow!

    I think eventually one giant network will emerge that the cost is significantly less and you get significantly more for the cost.. that way instead of having to be members of 10 different article networks, you can just be a member of 1, and that 1 will put the rest out of business... they will give such an incentive to put your blog in the network everybody will put their blog in the network and making it massive... the power of Free Market...
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  • Profile picture of the author missmystery
    Do any of these sites allow you to submit PLR - or articles you've written but only on your site?
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  • Profile picture of the author anwar001
    Has anyone tried traffickaboom?
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  • Profile picture of the author Nick Kringas
    I like linkvana if I had to choose. I use it for posts, articles and blog commenting.
    However, I do like to use multiple tools at one time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chronic IM
    Hello!

    You could try a lot of other also good alternatives. BuildMyRank seems pretty impressive and it's easy to use. But there are lots better than that. But I suggest you try waiting for it to relaunch and I don't think it's gonna take that long. I hope that helped you.

    Best of Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author IprovideSEO
    Some of these services are no longer accepting new clients because of the more recent updates. For example Articlemarketingautomation and obviously Buildmyrank has been closed.

    It makes me wonder if Linkbuilding is even still going to be a factor at somepoint
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