Has anyone used Backlink Solutions?

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I'm having difficulty finding non affiliate reviews for backlinksolutions.com. Has anyone used this service long enough to provide an actual review? Also, if anyone has used Linkvana and would be able to compare them that would be really helpful too...
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  • Profile picture of the author HarrisonJ
    I've never had very good luck with link building services. They don't care, they just want you money. If you want good backlinks you have to build them yourself imo.
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    • Profile picture of the author jitterbug978
      Originally Posted by HarrisonJ View Post

      I've never had very good luck with link building services. They don't care, they just want you money. If you want good backlinks you have to build them yourself imo.
      I beg to differ, I run and manage my own backlink building service and I take pride in knowing that my customers are satisfied. I love seeing return business

      But I will agree to an extent, you have to be picky when choosing a service. Before starting my own service I had tried several to test the competition and I was less than satisfied. There were several that gave me the impression that once they had your money they didnt really have to provide the service promised. I do think it is unfair to say that all backlink building services dont care about the customer. The good ones do, as with any good business.
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  • Profile picture of the author marksinclair
    Have you ever used Backlink Solutions before though? Has anyone? And what linkbuilding methods do you use?
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  • Profile picture of the author abbadox
    I may be wrong but I believe they have closed membership. I think they got hit pretty hard with a Google slap and that's the last I heard.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sylonious
      Originally Posted by abbadox View Post

      I may be wrong but I believe they have closed membership. I think they got hit pretty hard with a Google slap and that's the last I heard.
      I think Google only really does that to scare away link buyers. I've noticed a few sites using backlink solutions ended up being PR 4 using only their service so the network does pass a good amount of pagerank.
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    • Profile picture of the author marlon88
      Originally Posted by abbadox View Post

      I may be wrong but I believe they have closed membership. I think they got hit pretty hard with a Google slap and that's the last I heard.
      I need help with my website. My menu isn't aligned.
      Can you help me find a solution for this.
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  • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
    I did tried it for few months, the result is not bad...

    Something like Linkvana, but they have few advantages:

    1. They will auto bookmark your articles, give it extra link juice!
    2. They allow spin articles in their network

    However, they are not a big network like linkvana, you can't expect much links... (around 200+ site few months ago, and increasing)

    One thing I really like about this network is they allow you to post many articles at once, and backlink to the same site faster while Linkvana will only allow maximum 5 links / day / domain!

    Bottom line, use it for long tail keywords, you can't really compete with 2 or 3 words keywords using this service.

    If you need better link power, go for Angela Backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author wizlor
      Originally Posted by kkchoon View Post

      I did tried it for few months, the result is not bad...

      Something like Linkvana, but they have few advantages:

      1. They will auto bookmark your articles, give it extra link juice!
      2. They allow spin articles in their network

      However, they are not a big network like linkvana, you can't expect much links... (around 200+ site few months ago, and increasing)

      One thing I really like about this network is they allow you to post many articles at once, and backlink to the same site faster while Linkvana will only allow maximum 5 links / day / domain!

      Bottom line, use it for long tail keywords, you can't really compete with 2 or 3 words keywords using this service.

      If you need better link power, go for Angela Backlinks.
      Although you can create and post lots of articles at once, but there is a limit on the number of articles that will be posted in their blog network per day.
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      • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
        Originally Posted by mozesteven View Post

        Kok Choon,

        I already read your review and very good. I joined BLS a few months ago and I like it as BLS is very easy to use and in my experience Google index the blurbs very fast.

        I use BLS together with UAW. Some of my articles now in the page 1 Google.

        But unfortunately, I do not make money so far from this benefits. Can you help me Kok, how to generate money from Adsense maybe or Clickbank product selling. If you have any tips please share Mr. Kok.

        FYI ... I just have 5 sites for adsense, and 2 blog for selling CB products. Probably I wrong in searching the keyword.

        I have Market Samurai, Nichie Horde Jon Leger, Web Comp Analyst, BLS and UAW. As you are a Master in Internet Marketing.... I need your help, the step by step to generate $10 per day maybe. Thank you Mr. Kok.

        Thank you,
        Mozes
        Man, You got to PM me, not I'm not following every thread I reply!

        To answer your question:

        Ranking on page 1 doesn't guarantee your conversion, some niches doesn't need a lot of effort to convert, but most mass market niche will require some relationship building before you can convert!

        Try to build list, offer free ebook / report with really good information, and promote your product or services during some sharing of good information.

        For Adsense, you got to refer to the expert here, I think the Ad placement would greatly help the click-through, plus there more tips which I don't know, anyone care to share...?

        Originally Posted by mozesteven View Post

        Daniel, thank to your review here. Do you one of people behind BLS? I read your review at your blog, and place BLS #1.

        1. Backlinksolution
        2. UAW
        3. Linkvana
        4. Link Juicer (?)

        And I think only you provide the sequence like above. Maybe only you give conclusion like it.

        I also read Kok review that BLS only give benefits only for long tail keywords (more than 4 words), and cannot compete with 2 even 3 keywords.



        Kok Choon & Daniel,
        I need your suggestion; what are the combination of backlink tools that give huge result ?? Thank a lot.

        Regards, Mozes
        My advice to you - Pick keyword that your tool can rank, that's all.

        Just dig wide and deep for those Golden keywords, don't loss in the tools. I once think that tools are very important in my success, but the fact is - keyword!! I learn this from Daniel Molano, so pretty much bullet proof!

        Originally Posted by wizlor View Post

        Although you can create and post lots of articles at once, but there is a limit on the number of articles that will be posted in their blog network per day.
        I don't have this limitation when I joined them last year, now I'm with Linkvana at the moment. Usually this type of service I only pay when I need them!
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  • Profile picture of the author mozesteven
    Kok Choon,

    I already read your review and very good. I joined BLS a few months ago and I like it as BLS is very easy to use and in my experience Google index the blurbs very fast.

    I use BLS together with UAW. Some of my articles now in the page 1 Google.

    But unfortunately, I do not make money so far from this benefits. Can you help me Kok, how to generate money from Adsense maybe or Clickbank product selling. If you have any tips please share Mr. Kok.

    FYI ... I just have 5 sites for adsense, and 2 blog for selling CB products. Probably I wrong in searching the keyword.

    I have Market Samurai, Nichie Horde Jon Leger, Web Comp Analyst, BLS and UAW. As you are a Master in Internet Marketing.... I need your help, the step by step to generate $10 per day maybe. Thank you Mr. Kok.

    Thank you,
    Mozes
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  • Profile picture of the author mcain
    A couple former affiliates? mentioned they were closed, recommended moving on to linkvana

    I did find some webmaster forum comments:

    One forum comment "It looks like some sort of article submitter"

    Another comment a while back
    Backlink Solutions
    Postby squidooqueen on Wed Sep 05, 2007 9:57 am
    I found this program and think it looks good but before I sign up as a member I was wondering if anybody here has joined and what kind of results they have got. Basically you join up and are able to post snippets with your backlinks on over a hundred different blogs with various pageranks. I've noticed a few programs like this but have read warnings that some of them have fake PR.
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  • Profile picture of the author mozesteven
    Originally Posted by Daniel McGonagle View Post

    The network's up to 300-400 plus now and they've shut their doors for real this time for a couple of months. It's best used for inner pages and urls with medium competition and if you value your time, it's a better solution that "angela's links"

    They don't need a super large network to achieve results for their members because they do their Gen X linking
    Daniel, thank to your review here. Do you one of people behind BLS? I read your review at your blog, and place BLS #1.

    1. Backlinksolution
    2. UAW
    3. Linkvana
    4. Link Juicer (?)

    And I think only you provide the sequence like above. Maybe only you give conclusion like it.

    I also read Kok review that BLS only give benefits only for long tail keywords (more than 4 words), and cannot compete with 2 even 3 keywords.

    Originally Posted by KkChoon

    Bottom line, use it for long tail keywords, you can't really compete with 2 or 3 words keywords using this service.
    Kok Choon & Daniel,
    I need your suggestion; what are the combination of backlink tools that give huge result ?? Thank a lot.

    Regards, Mozes
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    How much does BLS cost? Its odd that i cant find this information ANYWHERE.
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  • Profile picture of the author James Ross
    Never heard of them but make sure you google them for review and that they have a good reputation.
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  • Profile picture of the author Technologize
    I've been trialing out BLS for a month now, and here's my conclusions:

    Out of the posts i've been able to find (they hide them from users), only about 50% are indexed in Google. This is based on a sample of around 30 backlinks i've found so far generated by BLS.

    A good reason for this is that a lot of their blog network sites are DEINDEXED from google. Of the 50% no indexed, around 35% were Deindexed with NO PR & zero cached pages in google index.

    Why would this be?

    Well... wasn't hard to work out. A quick search into all the domains i found my backlinks on revealed the answer:

    Incredibly, they don't hide their WHOIS info, and they have their business name, and contact email address, showing on their entire network of blogs, for google to deindex at their will.


    Reverse Whois:
    "WebFusion101" owns about185 other domains

    Email Search:
    is associated with about 188 domains


    I don't think i'll be sticking with them! Poor strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author benjamin12
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    • Profile picture of the author dt1968
      I used Backlink Solutions for a few months several months ago
      and actually got some pretty nice results. As others have said
      it works best for long tail keywords with medium competition.

      I eventually canceled my membership as I was busy with a number
      of other things and wasn't finding the time to come up with the
      content and enter it into the system etc. and I moved on to a
      more automated solution.
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      • Profile picture of the author Technologize
        Oh, to address this comment:

        1. They will auto bookmark your articles, give it extra link juice!

        I didn't see any evidence they were doing this. I checked out the backlink profile of a few of their sites and they had little to none inner page backlinking. There were a few inner pages backlinked, but it was more the exception then the rule and i suspect users have done this themselves.

        The product is flawed. Anyone using the service can find this out by using SEO Spyglass on it and checking the reality of their linking strategy. Further more, as i described above, their network is open for google to index.

        I write this because i was 'reported' to me a good quality service, but it clearly isn't. I'm getting tired of people referring me to crap!
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  • Profile picture of the author jackrog
    There are so many solution for back links such as i know one of them SEO Spyglass on it and checking the reality of their linking strategy. Further more, as i described above, their network is open for google to index.
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  • Profile picture of the author CSSwilson
    I started with backlinksolutions.com about 3 years ago and i had no idea what i had it costs about $90 a month and i canceled and walked away. I then tried UAW, seolinkvine and many others I have since started back up with back link solutions they gave me the best bang for my buck ya they have flaws but all the other article directories i had no real change in my ranking and with back link solutions i see ranking change with every new article i spin. I wish we got a list of the web pages the articles were on but that is life.
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  • Profile picture of the author kislany
    If you join their mailing list, every couple of weeks they have an announcement for a few extra spots, so you might want to join. I was about to a few times but it was just too expensive for my taste.
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  • Profile picture of the author Technologize
    Folks, i just did a detailed analysis of my first month with Backlink Solutions. I compared this with Blog Blueprint from the Commission Blueprint Team:

    Here are my findings:

    These are backlinks submitted for posting between AUG 12th - AUG 25th

    Backlink Solutions
    60 backlinks Submitted - 12 Aug - 25 Aug
    17 Backlinks Found
    11 Indexed
    3 Sites DEINDEXED!
    Average Domain PR = 3
    18% Successful


    Blog Blueprint
    23 backlinks Submitted
    9 Backlinks Found
    0 Sites Deindexed
    7 Indexed
    Average PR = 3
    30% Successful

    Now i didn't expect to find all the backlinks straight away. These are the ones found by Yahoo backlinks site explorer and analysed with SEO Spyglass, which checks the links actually exist are are active.

    I will be cancelling my subscription with backlink solutions. Their network is old, some of their sites are deindexed, which clearly shows google have found them. Further more as mentioned their whois data is open for google to find the rest of their network. Backlink solutions are $97 per month.

    Compare this with Blog Blueprint, where more posts were found, non are deindexed, Whois data is protected, and their monthly service costs something like $67? which includes a few other services.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheRetiredBuilder
      Originally Posted by anteck View Post

      Folks, i just did a detailed analysis of my first month with Backlink Solutions. I compared this with Blog Blueprint from the Commission Blueprint Team:

      Here are my findings:

      These are backlinks submitted for posting between AUG 12th - AUG 25th

      Backlink Solutions
      60 backlinks Submitted - 12 Aug - 25 Aug
      17 Backlinks Found
      11 Indexed
      3 Sites DEINDEXED!
      Average Domain PR = 3
      18% Successful


      Blog Blueprint
      23 backlinks Submitted
      9 Backlinks Found
      0 Sites Deindexed
      7 Indexed
      Average PR = 3
      30% Successful

      Now i didn't expect to find all the backlinks straight away. These are the ones found by Yahoo backlinks site explorer and analysed with SEO Spyglass, which checks the links actually exist are are active.

      I will be cancelling my subscription with backlink solutions. Their network is old, some of their sites are deindexed, which clearly shows google have found them. Further more as mentioned their whois data is open for google to find the rest of their network. Backlink solutions are $97 per month.

      Compare this with Blog Blueprint, where more posts were found, non are deindexed, Whois data is protected, and their monthly service costs something like $67? which includes a few other services.
      Just go and cancel your membership then instead of wasting your time here bitching
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      • Profile picture of the author Lighterbandit
        wow a lil touchy there. The commission blueprint team has always delivered for me. I wouldn't have it any other way!
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      • Profile picture of the author Technologize
        Originally Posted by TheRetiredBuilder View Post

        Just go and cancel your membership then instead of wasting your time here bitching
        You missed the point einstein. I wrote all that up to show others what i'd found. Guess it doesn't mean much to some of you, it seems pretty obvious to me.

        Oh, and i've cancelled already. Why are you on this forum again?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Goodwin
      Originally Posted by anteck View Post

      Their network is old, some of their sites are deindexed, which clearly shows google have found them.
      Or perhaps Google just didn't find the content on the blog useful to the visitors (e.g., site only had spun content), or perhaps the site had been down for a spell, or a hundred other reasons. Despite what you may read in all the crazy headlined threads on various forums, the fact that a site was removed from the index is not always for sinister reasons or a result of google "finding" them.

      It seems like Google has been doing a good amount of deindexing lately for sites they just don't find useful.
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      • Profile picture of the author Technologize
        Originally Posted by Tom Goodwin View Post

        Or perhaps Google just didn't find the content on the blog useful to the visitors (e.g., site only had spun content), or perhaps the site had been down for a spell, or a hundred other reasons. Despite what you may read in all the crazy headlined threads on various forums, the fact that a site was removed from the index is not always for sinister reasons or a result of google "finding" them.

        It seems like Google has been doing a good amount of deindexing lately for sites they just don't find useful.
        Completely disagree. This has nothing to do with these 'forums' you speak of, i have no idea why you'd be so sure to assume this was the reason i came to these conclusions. Google has good reasons for deindexing, which involve a lot more intelligence and thought then a site 'not being useful'. The trend lately is single page Made for adsense, auto blogs, and other crap thats designed to make money or create links. Backlink solutions have their information easily available via whois. It's the same information for all their sites. That's just asking for trouble.

        It's ok, you don't need to convince me otherwise. I've got my own experiences, and an ability to think for myself. But thanks all the same

        I barely come to Warrior forum anymore - and here is a classic example why: I spent time, writing up findings in the goal of helping others, and you guys just don't get it. Adios!
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  • Profile picture of the author MegaPackBiz
    I`v never used paid backlinking tho i have my site on bing/yahoo and google in 1, 2 or 3`rd place but not for an specific word, its for the whole domain name(without the extension) and this in 1-3 weeks with only 1-2 hours one time work
    Totaly free and without articles but the traffic provided of course is low
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  • Profile picture of the author Yahoo
    I had used it for one month but didnt get much improvement in ranking for a medium competitive keyword.I will try them again because many other networks are even worse...
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  • Profile picture of the author shauryas
    Back link Solutions is not good network,i have a problem with auto poster ,i submitted a support ticket one day ago but no response
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  • Profile picture of the author Synthetic
    Anyone with a review of these guys? I am interesting?
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  • Profile picture of the author marlon88
    I need help for my website. My website menu is not aligned. Can this pass adsense. "HIGH QUALITY CARPET CLEANERS". I really appreciate any answers.
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