I have $200 to spend on backlinking, what should I buy?

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Hello everyone,

My websites are starting to make some money to where I can invest in more services.

I play the adsense game and I learned most of what I know through John Schwartz's awesome course offered right here on the WF.

I have $200 to spend on backlinking or any other service. What would be the best use of my $$$$?

I tend to try to stay away from monthly fees.

Thanks everyone!!
#$200 #backlinking #buy #spend
  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Don't buy it...Simple as that.

    Take that and spend it on PPC.

    That is what I would do.

    Tal
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    • Profile picture of the author Wexpert
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      Don't buy it...Simple as that.

      Take that and spend it on PPC.

      That is what I would do.

      Tal

      Have you ever experienced the power of buying quality links ? obviously not ...
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      • Profile picture of the author eurekaa
        Originally Posted by Wexpert View Post

        Have you ever experienced the power of buying quality links ? obviously not ...
        I was thinking the same
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        • Profile picture of the author NicheMayhem
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          • Profile picture of the author 4morereferrals
            make backlinks was one i would say stretches your marketing dollars

            Also - one of the best kept linking secrets IMHO is the WP Blog network

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  • Profile picture of the author bauger
    I wouldn't spend any money on back linking. I would personally find related blogs and go comment on them to get more quality back links.
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    • Profile picture of the author Wexpert
      Originally Posted by bauger View Post

      I wouldn't spend any money on back linking. I would personally find related blogs and go comment on them to get more quality back links.
      The guys is doing it the right way and he have the right mind set, he wanna reinvest in his business, doing it your self is just not gonna do the trick ... but finding a good service provider and sticking with him and his team and building a long term business relationship with him and get him to work on all your sites will do,

      This way he will be able to grow 1000% faster, and he will be able to negotiate a lower price with his service provider ...
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  • Profile picture of the author Teravel
    I would advise that you make your own back-links. If you really want to outsource your back-link creation, check around the warriors for hire to find someone with good reviews and a fair price. You could check Fiverr, but you will find that you get what you pay for. If you already know how to create your own backlinks, and you just don't want to because its time consuming... Perhaps finding someone that is new to internet marketing, and teaching them how to do it, while paying them for their time. This helps them learn a new skill, while helping you promote your website the way you want to.

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    • Profile picture of the author Enfusia
      I would bu a list of High PR blogs maybe 100 or more (one time fee) then go comment on them for free for years.

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      • Profile picture of the author Wexpert
        Originally Posted by Enfusia View Post

        I would bu a list of High PR blogs maybe 100 or more (one time fee) then go comment on them for free for years.

        OP
        That's a great idea,

        And I'd also recommend you to sign-up for Angela and Paul backlinks and get a Philippinian VA (300$/mo full time) to build you links using their packets everyday, you just e-mail him the packets and the keywords and links and he do the job, it might take a day or two for you to explain to him how to do it right and how to deal with posting links but it's ok
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        • Profile picture of the author ebizman87
          Originally Posted by Wexpert View Post

          That's a great idea,

          And I'd also recommend you to sign-up for Angela and Paul backlinks and get a Philippinian VA (300$/mo full time) to build you links using their packets everyday, you just e-mail him the packets and the keywords and links and he do the job, it might take a day or two for you to explain to him how to do it right and how to deal with posting links but it's ok
          Are you doing this yourself?

          If YES, how is it possible for you to afford a $300 VA a month when you only have $200 in your pocket?

          If NO, then why bother starting this thread when you already have the answer to utilize your budget on some link building method?

          Just expressing my opinion here..
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  • Profile picture of the author Trent Brownrigg
    There are several really good backlinking services in the warriors for hire section. You could stretch $200 pretty far in there. That's what I would do.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    I use the same strategy to reinvest.

    What I did when facing this question was I went to Best Jobs Philippines :: Philippine job search, job bank, employment and recruitment and I hired a full time person for $130/month who does 300 links for me each week.

    Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author efwebm
    I would try something like Bookmarking Demon or SENuke if I had money to burn on new ways of getting traffic.

    They are a bit more blackhat, so they could get you in trouble. I would keep them aimed at satellite sites that point to your main site - not your main site directly. That way, not as much harm done if they only get your satellite site in trouble with google.
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  • Profile picture of the author platnumcn
    buy some unique content then submit to article directory.
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    • Profile picture of the author howinfo
      I would also get some good quality articles written and then submit them to article directories as this way you make your link building to work on autopilot as the articles will get syndicated by other sites and blogs and you would gain one way backlinks all the time.

      I have always wanted to try out yahoo directory as well, $ 200 should cover it. :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author Chambers
    yes this is for myself and to reinvest. I have $200 to spend on backlinking so I don't have to why would I want to do it myself lol.

    I'm thinking about buying an article spinner and just having my writer write an article spin it and submit it.

    Thanks everyone for great suggestions!
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    • Profile picture of the author rts2271
      check out spindistribute.com, cheap and moderately effective. Or buy a steak and a nice bottle of wine and do it yourself.
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    • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
      Originally Posted by Wexpert View Post

      That's a great idea,

      And I'd also recommend you to sign-up for Angela and Paul backlinks and get a Philippinian VA (300$/mo full time) to build you links using their packets everyday, you just e-mail him the packets and the keywords and links and he do the job, it might take a day or two for you to explain to him how to do it right and how to deal with posting links but it's ok
      and dump your links on sites that don't want them - how would you feel if others did that on your sites?

      Originally Posted by Chambers View Post

      yes this is for myself and to reinvest. I have $200 to spend on backlinking so I don't have to why would I want to do it myself lol.

      I'm thinking about buying an article spinner and just having my writer write an article spin it and submit it.

      Thanks everyone for great suggestions!
      I hope that you aren't planning to submit the same article spinned multiple times to the same directories, these tactics are getting to be a pain in the butt for directory owners. Apart from that a lot of the spinned articles that I see don't make sense and don't get accepted.

      I have been building backlinks steadily by article submission (unique never spun and they sometimes get picked up by authority sites). Blog commenting but leaving comments that add value to a blog. Directory submissions, social bookmarking, submitting my feeds to feed directories and when I build a new site I give it a good start by adding the link to one of my higher PR blogs.

      With $200 I would buy Market Samurai and use the rest to pay for original articles - researched using MS. Best investment you could make.
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  • Profile picture of the author dcyberpunk
    Hi there,
    I have just posted a FREE SEO BackLinking offer in this thread.
    You and any other Warriors reading this thread may be interested.
    The offer is FREE to only 5 applicants so check it out.
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  • Profile picture of the author MisterMunch
    I have good experience buying variated backlink packages.

    Best experience is with UAW type of services where the service provider writes an article, spin it and submit it to several services.

    But my most important advice is to variate. 200 bucks is a lot of money to spend on backlinking, so try some services out, and be a regular customer of those you like.

    And do not listen to the nay sayers. You can find it hard to build an empire without any outside help. As long as you get your money back with interrest all backlink purchases is are great investments.
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  • Profile picture of the author addykho
    I guess you can spend on profile, blog comments, and article link building. Don't spend on some useless 1000 or 5000 backlinks for $9.90 kind of offer. Most of the time this kind of cheap offer will get your site slapped by Google and the links are built using software. 5000 backlinks in one day?? Does it sound suspicious and spammy for google? I am sure yes.
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    • Profile picture of the author djbory
      Originally Posted by addykho View Post

      I guess you can spend on profile, blog comments, and article link building. Don't spend on some useless 1000 or 5000 backlinks for $9.90 kind of offer. Most of the time this kind of cheap offer will get your site slapped by Google and the links are built using software. 5000 backlinks in one day?? Does it sound suspicious and spammy for google? I am sure yes.
      I Love This Kind Of Advise!

      And I love most IM's still feel this way This still makes very easy for guys like me to get top ranking easily...

      First, Nothing done outside your site can hurt your site (I thought everybody already knew that) I'm glad I was wrong... If that was the case:

      I would go and buy 10,000 links for $10 for all my competition sites and take them down... Unfortunately it doesn't work that way, on the other hand, if you build 2,000 links Google will only find a handfull of your backlinks every day over a long period of time

      Guys we're coming to a new era and if you still are doing your backlinks manually, well, good luck!

      There are some good advises here about software's and automated services; take them and don't be afraid of building thousands of links...

      Every time one of my sites disappear from Google for 1 or 2 weeks for what is called 'Sanboxing' it comes back a lot stronger, usually in #1 or #2 position.

      DJB.
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      • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
        Originally Posted by djbory View Post

        I Love This Kind Of Advise!

        And I love most IM's still feel this way This still makes very easy for guys like me to get top ranking easily...

        First, Nothing done outside your site can hurt your site (I thought everybody already knew that) I'm glad I was wrong... If that was the case:

        I would go and buy 10,000 links for $10 for all my competition sites and take them down... Unfortunately it doesn't work that way, on the other hand, if you build 2,000 links Google will only find a handfull of your backlinks every day over a long period of time

        Guys we're coming to a new era and if you still are doing your backlinks manually, well, good luck!

        There are some good advises here about software's and automated services; take them and don't be afraid of building thousands of links...

        Every time one of my sites disappear from Google for 1 or 2 weeks for what is called 'Sanboxing' it comes back a lot stronger, usually in #1 or #2 position.

        DJB.
        I tend to agree with this. I've mass submitted articles many times and with 2 different links for the same sites and so do many article marketers. It hasn't affected my rankings in google. One of my sites has been sandboxed a couple of times but it also has come back stronger after a few weeks.

        I always reinvest in software and services. The services are mainly drudge work that I get bored with and the software anything that will improve my business and earnings. Article Marketing Robot is another good buy that I made a few weeks ago, easily paid for itself and is submitting away as I write.
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  • Profile picture of the author Caragui
    Hi, it's always a good idea on reinvesting any money you make in IM, or in any other biz.

    I would say that it depends on what type of kind of backlinks you want. Backlinks like blog comments, social sites, forums signatures, videos, etc.

    There are many services here in the forum offering services and I'm sure you'll be able to find a couple or so you can try out.
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    • Profile picture of the author Liam Hamer
      You haven't really said what tools/services/programs you already have for backlinking and other IM tasks, but I'd highly recommend you invest it in time saving tools. The Incansoft tools(no affiliation, just a very happy user) immediately spring to mind - Social Bot, Article Bot, RSS Bot, Directory Bot, Press Bot etc. They are all easy to use, save you lots of time and of course give you a huge amount of backlinks

      You did mention getting a spinning program. I'd highly recommend doing that too. The Best Spinner is fantastic

      Personally, I'm not a big fan of profile backlinks these days. I used to buy all the packages and both manually do them and do them with software, and although they do help(sometimes considerably), I think they're best used to establish a site in the SERPS during the first few weeks/months after building a site. I haven't used them myself since the end of last year.

      There are so many free ways to get backlinks. Here's a thread of mine where I go in depth into my backlinking strategies(both free and paid). Perhaps it will help:-

      http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...step-step.html

      The best of luck, and it may only be $200, but make sure you invest it wisely
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  • Profile picture of the author Karan Goel
    Hey..

    If I were in your shoes, I would not "buy" but "use"!

    I would go out there, find some "special" places to get backlinks from. I mean, 10 "special" backlinks are better than 100 normal backlinks.

    Now, you might ask what "special" is.

    - Is if High PR
    - If is Do-Follow
    - It allows me to add my anchor text
    - It is publicly viewable
    - It is a high traffic site
    - It is not over-spammed.

    Plus, I prefer to do my backlinking manually so as to make sure that I get all possible link juice I can get.

    Karan
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    • Profile picture of the author abarton
      Originally Posted by Karan Goel View Post

      Hey..

      If I were in your shoes, I would not "buy" but "use"!

      I would go out there, find some "special" places to get backlinks from. I mean, 10 "special" backlinks are better than 100 normal backlinks.

      Now, you might ask what "special" is.

      - Is if High PR
      - If is Do-Follow
      - It allows me to add my anchor text
      - It is publicly viewable
      - It is a high traffic site
      - It is not over-spammed.

      Plus, I prefer to do my backlinking manually so as to make sure that I get all possible link juice I can get.

      Karan
      Karan, just curious, do you have a strategy to find these "special places" to post your quality back links?
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  • Profile picture of the author Stuart S
    Personally I'd get someone to create a link wheel type system (one that works) with unique content and stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author aandersen
    I love how you asked about backlinks specifically and so many people feel they need to tell you not to get backlinks. They don't know your business plan or what else your doing, so I would ignore all that great advise.

    $200 isn't enough to go super hardcore on SEO, but you can do some good for sure. Try to make a point to diversify, $200 on one type of backlink is not a good idea if $200 is all your going to be spending.

    I would use some combination of :

    - sign up for a article network like SEOLinkVine, Article Marketing Automation, My Article Network, etc...
    - use a directory submission service like Unique Article Wizard or something similar
    - buy links from makebacklinks

    by using all 3 you can get a nice amount of backlinks, get a bit of variety of the link types, and get them in a short amount of time.
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    • Profile picture of the author JackPowers
      Originally Posted by aandersen View Post

      I love how you asked about backlinks specifically and so many people feel they need to tell you not to get backlinks. They don't know your business plan or what else your doing, so I would ignore all that great advise.

      $200 isn't enough to go super hardcore on SEO, but you can do some good for sure. Try to make a point to diversify, $200 on one type of backlink is not a good idea if $200 is all your going to be spending.

      I would use some combination of :

      - sign up for a article network like SEOLinkVine, Article Marketing Automation, My Article Network, etc...
      - use a directory submission service like Unique Article Wizard or something similar
      - buy links from makebacklinks

      by using all 3 you can get a nice amount of backlinks, get a bit of variety of the link types, and get them in a short amount of time.
      Good answer!

      These networks are golden when you have several sites. They may not be the most effective, but they are a real time saver.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
    If you are starting to make some money then NOW is the time to start investing in your growth. I guess you could have done it before, but now is the low-risk time because you already have some income.

    Here's a post I wrote that might help how you think about backlinks, and monthly fees.

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  • Profile picture of the author IMNewbieBlog
    I think you should spend it on buying knowledge about link building and not on backlinks.

    As the old saying goes: "give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach him how to fish and he will eat everyday" (or something like that...)

    I think Terry Kyle's Backlinks Hydra would be a very smart investment. I read a great review about it a few days ago here: Backlinks Hydra Review | Backlinks Hydra | Terry Kyle | DBpmarketing

    Hope it helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author MisterMunch
      Originally Posted by IMNewbieBlog View Post

      I think you should spend it on buying knowledge about link building and not on backlinks.

      As the old saying goes: "give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach him how to fish and he will eat everyday" (or something like that...)

      I think Terry Kyle's Backlinks Hydra would be a very smart investment. I read a great review about it a few days ago here: Backlinks Hydra Review | Backlinks Hydra | Terry Kyle | DBpmarketing

      Hope it helps.
      Don't forget the saying: "If you buy the fish you don't have to spend your time fishing"

      That is, if you not love fishing!
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  • Profile picture of the author delosense
    For 200$ I would signup for UAW , get a few dozen related QUALITY original articles and submit them to relevant blogs and forum as well as mailing lists ( All this can be done with UAW ).

    You can check my signature for more info if interested.
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  • Profile picture of the author 51down
    I think spend it on PPC.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thinking_man_too
    Hi
    I agree with paying for quality backlinks and not doing them yourself.
    IF you have tons of free time and no way of adding value to your blog then do them yourself.
    Otherwise, pay someone to do the low level work, like backlinking, so you can focus on all the other aspects of running a business that you can't outsource!
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    I would prefer to have my site submitted to all the web directories. If you don't have a blog setup a blog and submit your blog to authority sites/blog directories. The other forms of SEO can be done manually, i wouldn't recommend buying articles with $200 because you won't see the impact of that fund rather keep your money.
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  • Profile picture of the author seo_submission
    There are lots services available for increasing Backlinks You can try Articles; PR; SBS; MDS; & lots more services which will help to build Backlinks You will get in warrior for hire category.

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author djbory
      Originally Posted by seo_submission View Post

      There are lots services available for increasing Backlinks You can try Articles; PR; SBS; MDS; & lots more services which will help to build Backlinks You will get in warrior for hire category.

      Thanks
      Please explain this: "PR; SBS; MDS"
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  • Profile picture of the author molsted
    Hi!

    Mix it up:

    *Oursource the creation of a link-wheel. Some warriors are doing this for 20 bucks!
    (*Order a few blog comments and social bookmarks to these sites if you can afford it.)
    *500-1500 blog comments from links with page rank. Cost 20-80 bucks.
    *Forum Profile Links. Cost 20-50 bucks.
    *Article Marketing: Cheap and easy way. Make sure you use a distribution service for this. You don't wanna do it your self...
    *... and I am sure there are plenty of other low cost methods available as well.

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  • Profile picture of the author Xmas
    Have you looked at Content Buzz?

    It has a backlinking program included to bookmark pages.

    It runs locally on your computer, it works best if you have a second computer that you do not need to be on so the submitter program can work.
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  • Profile picture of the author wsotoolz
    How about Scrapebox for getting backlinks from blogs that are related to your keywords? I have been kicking around buying this and have not made up my mind yet.
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    • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
      Originally Posted by wordpress_seo View Post

      How about Scrapebox for getting backlinks from blogs that are related to your keywords? I have been kicking around buying this and have not made up my mind yet.
      You mean blog spamming software. It's because of using software like this that bloggers are complaining about rubbish comments and mor and more are turning comments off. Oddly enough the spammers turn their comments off usually - probably fed up of people spamming them or the complaints about thier spam.

      A few quality comments a week at blogs you actually visit is better.
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      • Profile picture of the author wsotoolz
        Originally Posted by PatriciaJ View Post

        You mean blog spamming software. It's because of using software like this that bloggers are complaining about rubbish comments and mor and more are turning comments off. Oddly enough the spammers turn their comments off usually - probably fed up of people spamming them or the complaints about thier spam.

        A few quality comments a week at blogs you actually visit is better.

        Couldn't you use scrapebox in a more responsible manner. For example use it to find related blogs and then post to them manually? I wonder how it finds related blogs. Is it something simple like your keyword and "powered by wordpress" in a search? I would imagine it looks at the page source. So it may find more related blogs then a human search. But then I guess it is better to manually post sensible posts to those blogs instead of spam.
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        • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
          Originally Posted by wordpress_seo View Post

          Couldn't you use scrapebox in a more responsible manner. For example use it to find related blogs and then post to them manually? I wonder how it finds related blogs. Is it something simple like your keyword and "powered by wordpress" in a search? I would imagine it looks at the page source. So it may find more related blogs then a human search. But then I guess it is better to manually post sensible posts to those blogs instead of spam.
          You don't need to pay anything to do that, there is a simple way of searching google for related blogs free.

          I would love to have sensible comments on my blogs but they don't come often. I have just deleted 48 comments made with software like scrapebox from one of my blogs, throughout the day there will be at least another 100 and I own over 20 blogs. My main money earning blog got suspended a few weeks ago because of mass comments via software causing too much load on the server - the error logs looked as if the software got stuck.

          I turned comments off on that blog and am tempted to turn them off on all of my blogs because comment spam is growing. There are a lot of better ways of getting backlinks than spamming.
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  • Profile picture of the author nikmerchant
    Well, you can use Blog Commenting Demon by EdwinSoft to increase your backlinks. In my opinion its the best commenting software online.. Just one time payment and you can do serious blog commenting at ease...
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  • Profile picture of the author andystealth
    Yeah, the key is definitely in mixing it up, doing it consistently, and sometimes as needed, have a certain increase in the amount, but never drop it off to nothing especially in a competitive market. Google does look at the speed of backlink increase as a sign of popularity.

    Now while it's good to manually find some quality, high PR sites/pages to link from here and there, the bulk of the backlinks from diverse sources should be automated or outsourced so that you don't have to do it yourself. That's how we can grow our businesses rather than just toying around with some chump change.
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  • Profile picture of the author eimroda
    It's not bad to buy links as long as Google will not catch you. Buy links from websites that are relevant to your niche and must have high PR. The higher the better and it come also with high price. But the juice they'll pass to your website is really worth it.
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    • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
      Originally Posted by eimroda View Post

      It's not bad to buy links as long as Google will not catch you. Buy links from websites that are relevant to your niche and must have high PR. The higher the better and it come also with high price. But the juice they'll pass to your website is really worth it.
      I think that depends upon how the links are seen by Google. I was approached recently on behalf of some big companies wanting to pay for text links on some of my niche blogs. I see those text links as advertising, no different from Google ads. If the backlinks are part of a small advert then I would think it fine, but $200 would not buy that much link juice.

      Yes I did take their money!

      Raja, I don't think we are allowed to link to or mention WSOs
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      • Profile picture of the author Raja Kamil
        Originally Posted by PatriciaJ View Post

        I think that depends upon how the links are seen by Google. I was approached recently on behalf of some big companies wanting to pay for text links on some of my niche blogs. I see those text links as advertising, no different from Google ads. If the backlinks are part of a small advert then I would think it fine, but $200 would not buy that much link juice.

        Yes I did take their money!

        Raja, I don't think we are allowed to link to or mention WSOs
        Hi there; I'm sorry. But that not mine and not even asked by anybody to do any promotion here. I just want to share what's working for me and hopefully for others.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raja Kamil
    Try this. http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...e-reviews.html
    I tried once, 2 weeks ago. My site got ranked on hundreds pages, and now it is on page 2 to 10. Cheap and nice....
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    buy a software to analyze your competitor's backlinks and post yours on them
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  • Profile picture of the author angelx
    The best idea is to build them yourself. That way you know what you are doing and can control it. If you pay someone else you have to rely on them doing the job properly. Alot of paid services build the links all at once and that will get your site banned or sandboxed most likely
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  • mixed information, but all very valuable, thanks for all the input.

    My blog is currently making about $200 per month and im wondering what i should do with my $200 so this is a lot of help.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author rahulr
    Use your analytic s a/c to see which keywords are bringing you traffic.

    Purchase a back linking package for 6 months or that is $33 ,bucks on BL for a month.Google also like consistent back linking.Getting long term traffic is the key.

    PPC only brings ya temporary traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author levmonch
    Look at the warrior for hire you can get pretty good deal backlink package with those money.
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  • Profile picture of the author jazbo
    You could buy me, I'm lovely....

    Alternatively you could try using iblbuilder.com which will cost you a maximum of $10 and then spend the other $190 on beer.
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    • Profile picture of the author alphateam
      Originally Posted by jazbo View Post

      You could buy me, I'm lovely....

      Alternatively you could try using iblbuilder.com which will cost you a maximum of $10 and then spend the other $190 on beer.

      That answer made me laugh right out loud
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  • Profile picture of the author sportsjerseys
    Try to Hire Some Seo guy he will be give you very good seo off page submission like Article Marketing, Maximum Dofollow Blog commenting, Forum Posting, Social bookmarking, Press release, Link exchange & Rss Feed Submission & all.
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  • When you want to build back links for your website, make sure to get the best value for your money. Go for permanent link building strategies such as article submissions, directory submissions, forum posting. Just make sure that you don't spam the web.
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