Anybody out there use Link Juicer?

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Just curious what my fellow warriors think... I like the idea of having at least some of my backlinks automated like that.

Anyone have any other recommendations for auto backlinking on a schedule?
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  • Profile picture of the author melanied
    I signed up for the trial but I canceled it because you were only receiving links from different accounts on ten sites. I couldn't see the long term value in that. Maybe it's different now...
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    • Profile picture of the author Clayton Jolin
      Originally Posted by melanied View Post

      Maybe it's different now...
      I don't know how it was back then but it ROCKS for the moment.

      Actually, yeah the number of sites doesn't make up a long list.
      But then, thats how TLJ works.

      Mind that it the TLJ wasn't made to spam links or build massive
      amounts of links in a short term. Now who would like that?
      Instead, it has a more unique and long term approach.

      I'm a regular user there and I must say the admin is really responsive
      too.

      Hope that helps

      Regards.
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  • Profile picture of the author bhopkins
    I was one of the beta testers of this service and in my opinion it works well for what it was designed for. Its not designed to build thousands of backlinks overnight, its more of a slow and steady wins the race strategy. What starts out slow mushrooms into a massive amount of links over time.

    This looks more natural to Google so it does not raise any red flags to get your sites sandboxed. If you use it like a link wheel then you will see better results. What I've done it to put in my web 2.0 properties which link to my main sites. This allows me to build up my entire network of link juice at the same time.

    I also like the fact that you set it up once and then its totally hands off. I've had hundreds of links created to various properties and I have not even logged into the site in a month until today when I saw this post and it reminded me to look at my stats.

    Worth the cost to me, but others may disagree.

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  • Profile picture of the author cchance
    its nice from what i've tested of it, its got about a dozen sites that its building off of (since i joined he added 2 new ones) so it looks like hes continuing to expand it, also your not getting "just backlinks"... hes basically building a tree using random accounts on all the sites, using random bookmarks to bookmark the posts that were also made on random accounts with backlinks to your sites

    its definitly not a one stop solution to all your backlink needs but considering you can run 50 projects you can definitly get a decent backlink strength along with good link velocity growth so its not a bit wallop of backlinks at once.

    only bad thing was the downtime when it first launched it was down for 3-4 days, but ever since then its been up solid so i kinda brushed that off as growth pains.

    EDIT: before anyone goes saying anything i know its my first post but i've been a member forever and the guy who runs this was helpful with some problems i had so i figured since no one else had yet i'd put in a few good cents of info.

    Really i dont get why more people dont just test it you have 30 free days of trial, and the trial is via paypal so its kinda 0 risk, if you dont like it login to paypal and click cancel lol
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  • Profile picture of the author cashcow
    I've been using it for about a month or so and I give it a thumbs up. It's moved several of my pages up in the SERPS.

    I think it's perfect for automating the tedious job of adding backlinks to your backlinks.

    Of course, like anything else it shouldn't be your only method of backlinking for your main site, but it's perfect as the only method for getting link juice to your articles and web2.0 properties.

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  • Profile picture of the author anwar001
    Looks like this service is worth a try. What I would like to know is that who will be creating these accounts and bookmarking our sites? Is it like SB101 membership where we bookmark other members' sites and they in turn bookmark ours or is it completely hands-off?
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    • Profile picture of the author Liam Hamer
      I signed up for the 30 day free trial today(via the WSO) and set up a campaign. It took a little while to do, but I'm hoping for some really positive results My advice - just give it a try, if you don't like(which seems unlikely) simply cancel via Paypal before the trial is over.
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    • Profile picture of the author Peter Adamson
      Originally Posted by anwar001 View Post

      Looks like this service is worth a try. What I would like to know is that who will be creating these accounts and bookmarking our sites? Is it like SB101 membership where we bookmark other members' sites and they in turn bookmark ours or is it completely hands-off?
      You create the accounts on the blog and bookmarking sites manually. Then you create your campaigns (url, titles, tags, text...). From that point forward it is entirely automated and hands-off.
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      • Profile picture of the author The Expert
        I'm using this tool right now and feel that it should be in everyone's toolbox as a part of their overall link building plan. (nothing out there is "the one thing" that you need...you gotta mix it up)

        The power of Link Juicer is in using it not to just promote your own site, but in using it to "juice up" your blog farm or link wheel that has links pointing to your money site.

        If you setup 10 campaigns pointing at your site itself, that would leave you 40 campaigns for other sites.

        Think in "layers" and this tool becomes super-charged.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mrs S
    I've started using TLJ and have found it useful for hands off building of backlinks. I think I'll stick with it for a while.

    I have one site that is new and getting traffic - and the only thing I did was build two TLJ campaigns.
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    • Profile picture of the author anwar001
      Originally Posted by Mrs S View Post

      I've started using TLJ and have found it useful for hands off building of backlinks. I think I'll stick with it for a while.

      I have one site that is new and getting traffic - and the only thing I did was build two TLJ campaigns.
      That's nice to know that you have already started getting traffic using just TLJ.
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  • Profile picture of the author younghamir
    I think I will settle for manual link building still.
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    • Profile picture of the author AllAboutAction
      I've been a customer for a week now and find that it's a great service. Peter is very responsive to emails, and it couldn't be easier to set up and use.

      One feature that I didn't see mentioned was that you can 'spin' your bookmark titles, tags, and descriptions as well as blog entries. I'm still on the free trial, but I'm going to stick around for awhile.

      This product can only get better over time as more services are added and more subscribers join, broadening the number of available backlinks. Two thumbs up!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ehsan_am
    Yes after around 3 weeks I only have the software sites showing up. My guess is these links will probabaly take up to 3 motnhs to show up. This is definitley a long term strategy and one should not expect quick reults.
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  • Profile picture of the author dizen
    I have been running my campaigns for 3 months now. Will this eventually harm me? I have same article that are automatically get spinned by the system over and over again. Already having the same article posted on approximately 100 word press blogs. Will Google penalize me for this?
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  • Profile picture of the author dizen
    Thanks Daniel, what is the threshold to stop a campaign? 100 links per URL?
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  • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
    I switch to traffic bug, cheaper and better IMO...

    Don't really use them to rank high, instead, I use them to vary links. For long tail keywords, it might work well.
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  • Profile picture of the author jc1971
    I am not using traffic bug as it would increase my costs.I haven't noticed any
    noticable results with traffic bug but I know I will with the link juicer.You just have to be patient.My page views are slowly increasing and I am getting link exchange requests from people.
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    • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
      Originally Posted by Daniel McGonagle View Post

      KKCHOON, apparently the overwhelming vast majority of WF members who used Traffic Bug say it DOES NOT work and that it is practically a SCAM, that the owner admitted no links were going out, etc, etc, etc...

      So how can you say it works better, if its not working at all?

      Had you stayed with TLJ, you'd have real, live, actual results and proof of them,not just opinions.

      This is what irritates me about people recommending things and opining about which service,product, program is better, A, B, o or C.

      Hardly anyone has proof of WHY they recommend one over another, and it's why I keep popping in here to the WF to direct people to my site (check sig) if I have a review or blog post relevant to the discussion.

      Not picking on you KKCHOON, I'm just surprised you are still recommending Traffic Bug when this thread here pretty much says it all

      http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...fic-bug-4.html
      Hey Daniel, I know you long enough that you won't pick a person easily, so I'm not offended in anyway !

      As I said, I use traffic-bug to vary my links, just like TLJ.

      For ranking, I find it not "practical", too slow and takes a long time...

      I really would love to hear anyone rank high with their keywords, even it takes 3 months, I still would like to know if it works.

      I suspect this kind of system only work for long tail keywords, still waiting to see more testimonials on this.

      Originally Posted by jc1971 View Post

      I am not using traffic bug as it would increase my costs.I haven't noticed any
      noticable results with traffic bug but I know I will with the link juicer.You just have to be patient.My page views are slowly increasing and I am getting link exchange requests from people.
      Did you give any patient to traffic bug as well? I see both service the same - for link variation...

      I might be wrong, please feedback more result here.
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      • Profile picture of the author searchnology
        I agree that neither of these services(or services like them) will result in getting high rankings directly for non-longtail keywords but I do believe the best use is to help boost the link value of a few of your feeder site backlinks. The ones I am testing with positive results are:

        1. Youtube channel page
        2. Dedicated Blog
        3. Twitter page
        4. Facebook fan page
        5. Ezinearticles.com author page
        6. Others????

        I'm thinking of Hubpages and maybe Squiddoo but they don't seem as focused.

        Originally Posted by kkchoon View Post

        Hey Daniel, I know you long enough that you won't pick a person easily, so I'm not offended in anyway !

        As I said, I use traffic-bug to vary my links, just like TLJ.

        For ranking, I find it not "practical", too slow and takes a long time...

        I really would love to hear anyone rank high with their keywords, even it takes 3 months, I still would like to know if it works.

        I suspect this kind of system only work for long tail keywords, still waiting to see more testimonials on this.



        Did you give any patient to traffic bug as well? I see both service the same - for link variation...

        I might be wrong, please feedback more result here.
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  • Profile picture of the author dseisner
    Originally Posted by Bondtana View Post

    Just curious what my fellow warriors think... I like the idea of having at least some of my backlinks automated like that.

    Anyone have any other recommendations for auto backlinking on a schedule?
    There is no IP diversity here, which is super-important. The only way I see it being of benefit is if you consistently are changing the sites you are linking to. But if you have 1 or 2 domains, I would not bother with this service. I think it's a cool automation idea, but only 10-12 sites is not going to boost your rankings (even if they are from different accounts).
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    • Profile picture of the author redflea13
      I've been using it for a couple of months and it is working. I have gone in and rewritten some of my campaigns to make them original again. To see how it has helped check out the stats I posted on my squidoo lens.
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  • Profile picture of the author yossefs
    Hello,

    I have just stumbled on link juicer and I see feedback from 6 months ago.
    Is it still relevant ? does it still work after the last mayday google update?

    Thanks

    Yossef
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  • Profile picture of the author jijaybajay
    How does Traffic Bug work?
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  • Profile picture of the author fixyouritunes
    Hey everyone I just signed up for this forum and Link Juicer. I'm a little confused about Link Juicer. It take so darned long to do a campaign especially the parts with the spyntax. Is it really worth doing all of the spyntaxing? I'm just learning here and testing out Link Juicer to see if it works. I have a one month trial so? Any advice would be helpful because setting up a campaign takes a really long time maybe I'm missing something?
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    • Profile picture of the author jtpada
      For me it did not work out and I quit using it after the 30 days trial. Never saw a backlink from it. Dunno why.

      My best guess it that with every new member setting up fresh accounts to post to many of the sent texts where not found and in this indexed.

      But maybe you are having a different experience with it and more luck than me.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
        I've been using it for a month and a half now and the backlinks are certainly being created. However, only a small percentage of them are actually being indexed and showing up as backlinks to my site. I'm gonna give it a couple more months to see how it all works out. Long story short, though, my sites have been climbing the SERPs since I started using TLJ. 3 of those sites are now on the first page. A fourth site was on the first page, but now is chilling on page 8 (probably because I blasted a bunch of profile links to it, but I'm sure it'll be back...they always seem to come back). Perhaps my rise in the SERPs is also because I've been adding those profile links as well. I dunno. Either way, we'll see how it goes. I think I suck at converting the traffic I'm getting though because I'm barely making any money . Oh well!
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        • Profile picture of the author the_Commander
          I've just signed up to the 30 day free trial and set up my compaigns (after reading your posts on this thread).

          TLJ is now submitting to 30 different websites, and they have over 24,000 accounts on these sites (list beflow).

          * Delicious
          * Multiplybk
          * Buddymarks
          * Mylinkvault
          * Linkagogo
          * Diigo
          * Jumptags
          * Memfrag
          * Savemoney-tips
          * Articlesweets
          * Invbridge
          * Top-content
          * Socgorod
          * Wirelesstouchpad
          * Healthy Labs
          * Xplained
          * Multiply
          * Bloggingsprint
          * Livejournal
          * Doodleo
          * Blogwogin
          * Vevuzo
          * Luxella
          * Juridicum
          * Jumblit
          * Tigriso
          * Infonubs
          * Repoarticle
          * Bigblogzone
          * Bigredmouse

          I guess we'll just see how it goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author DarioMontesdeOca
    All of my rankings have gone up for my target keywords since starting The Link Juicer two months ago. I've decided to stick with this service for a very long time.

    Here's why:

    1.) The ridiculously low monthly fee you pay for complete hands-off automated link building you get with TLJ. Even though some accounts may get deleted I didn't have to build any of those accounts on my own and the majority of backlinks are still active and building every day.

    2.) It's already paying for itself on my end. I'm seeing higher rankings for my targeted keywords within two months (exactly what I'm paying for) and through the use of its affiliate program I'm getting paid commissions that cover the cost of the subscription (making it 100% free), plus profits.

    Same goes with SEnuke X. When you actually use the services/products you promote it makes it way easier to sell because you know the benefits and perks of the products you're promoting.

    Hope this helps guys and never, ever give up
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    • Profile picture of the author surfman1977
      I am trying to get to know the linkjuicer program. I am brand new and from what i have read i dont see how anyone can expect to make niche money without something like this program. You got any tips for a newbie that is trying to understand the spyntax sequence?
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      • Profile picture of the author RobHiness
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        The Link Juicer is epic when you use it with the proper formula.

        The Link Juicer is purely the second key to some of my 6 figure sites.
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      • Profile picture of the author DarioMontesdeOca
        Originally Posted by surfman1977 View Post

        I am trying to get to know the linkjuicer program. I am brand new and from what i have read i dont see how anyone can expect to make niche money without something like this program. You got any tips for a newbie that is trying to understand the spyntax sequence?
        Hey surfman, I wrote a report about Link Juicer that describes the spyntax sequence a bit. It doesn't go into full detail but shows exactly how to set up a Link Juicer campaign from scratch:

        The Link Juicer Review - Not What It Used To Be! | Dario Montes de Oca's Marketing Blueprint

        It's not my affiliate link, but a review page where you can access the report.

        Hope this helps everyone setting up their LJ campaigns
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Automating links is great, however you have to be careful not to automate too many links at once, the search engines could penalise your site, which could possibly lead to being de-indexed
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