Who Offers The Best Linking Building Services On This Forum

by GlenH
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Hi guys,

I've lost count of the number of Warriors I've found offering link building services in the 'Warriors For Hire' section of this forum.

Like most services, I know that some are good, and others not so good.

Can anyone recommend a Warrior who offers link building services that they have really gotten good consistent results for them.


--Glen
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulSch
    In my opinion - Matt LaClear - and he´s giving away freebies at the moment.
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    • Profile picture of the author daddeo
      Originally Posted by PaulSch View Post

      In my opinion - Matt LaClear - and he´s giving away freebies at the moment.
      i agree matt is offering a free service in the war room
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  • Profile picture of the author JOHN_RODRIGUEZ
    I agree with Matt LaClear. He has delivered several number 1 rankings for me.

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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Not all backlinks are the same.

    Some offer large quantities of links with little to no authority. Other providers are trying to offer a handful of high PR backlinks.

    If you are a little more specific about what you are looking for, someone can point you in the right direction.
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    • Profile picture of the author GlenH
      For me, a service that provides poor quality back links with little or no authority offers very little value for money.

      So I would definitely be seeking a service provider who can offer quality high PR backlinks

      --Glen
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    • Profile picture of the author mattlaclear
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      Not all backlinks are the same.

      Some offer large quantities of links with little to no authority. Other providers are trying to offer a handful of high PR backlinks.

      If you are a little more specific about what you are looking for, someone can point you in the right direction.
      Low PR sites rake in the page one rankings big time. I think probably the safest way to judge backlink providers is by the number of testimonials they have. The fact we have more page one rankings than all the other SEO vendors combined speaks volumes to that. Just saying.
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      • Profile picture of the author GlenH
        Thanks everyone for the feedback.

        --Glen
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Originally Posted by mattlaclear View Post

        Low PR sites rake in the page one rankings big time. I think probably the safest way to judge backlink providers is by the number of testimonials they have. The fact we have more page one rankings than all the other SEO vendors combined speaks volumes to that. Just saying.
        Since I guess your comment was directed at me, I'll respond.

        Believe it or not Matt, but many website owners do not want junky, autospun, barely readable, often unrelated, PLR articles pointing at their site. Some are worried about the reputation of their site. Some are also worried about future updates to Google. Those kind of links are virtually worthless now, even in large quantities. In the future, the way it appears Google is heading with their Panda updates, those kind of links might hurt a website's ranking rather than just have little effect on it.

        For those not worried and perfectly happy with low quality PR 0 and PR n/a backlinks from autospun PLR, your network excels.


        To answer your question Glen, you might want to check out Build My Rank. You can find some pretty good quality links through their service.
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        • Profile picture of the author mattlaclear
          Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

          Since I guess your comment was directed at me, I'll respond.

          Believe it or not Matt, but many website owners do not want junky, autospun, barely readable, often unrelated, PLR articles pointing at their site. Some are worried about the reputation of their site. Some are also worried about future updates to Google. Those kind of links are virtually worthless now, even in large quantities. In the future, the way it appears Google is heading with their Panda updates, those kind of links might hurt a website's ranking rather than just have little effect on it.

          For those not worried and perfectly happy with low quality PR 0 and PR n/a backlinks from autospun PLR, your network excels.


          To answer your question Glen, you might want to check out Build My Rank. You can find some pretty good quality links through their service.
          No need to guess. My comment was directed right at you. We have had this debate a million times it seems. But every day I offer our "junk" links our testimonials continue to grow at record levels.

          You might be a purist I guess. Which to me equates to polishing pennies.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dailybread
    I have used a few warriors for backlinking and I have found the best success with Matt LaClear. The other two were good as well, but I just found that Matt provides page one ranking for any keywords.
    Just my two cents worth from Down Under.

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  • Profile picture of the author john1818
    Well, In my opinion. It's really hard to tell who's the "BEST" in Link-building simply because there are lots of factors that need to be considered in choosing the BEST link-builder. The most common is "Quality over Quantity". Another thing is the strategies and techniques that is used in Link-Building.

    I think the more appropriate question for this is "Do you know someone that provides a good quality links/SEO?"

    In that case you'll find answers and varieties to choose from the pool of Link-builders here.

    Cheers,

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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Poc
    Well, I used quite a few link building services.

    I used Matt LaClear's service as well.

    It was a test on a blogger blog.

    My site rankings increased.

    I bought another package and I will use it directly on my site and will see how that will work.

    I am also using Authority Link Network service that you can find here.

    I haven't noticed any results yet, because I started using it only before 1 week.
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  • Profile picture of the author robrave
    Hmm.. I've tried a lot of backlinking services but Matt's wso has the most noticeable results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thinking_man_too
    OK I don't get it. No offense to anyone offering services here but EVERYTHING I read on backlinking says you need to do it at a natural pace.

    My own experience supports that. Too many links at one time and the page getting linked to gets slammed (temporarily) by google within a few weeks of the links being created.

    So how can creating thousands of links in one shot thru any means be natural and not have similar results?

    Again I am NOT throwing darts at ANYONE. I am just really curious as to why it works.
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