Finding a good linkbuilder

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Any tips on how to find a good person for building links?

Someone with experience who can find relevant links to a variety of websites.

The link packages I see for sale on many forums and websites are often low value, for example forum profile links and blog commenting, social meda. That's fine to a small extent but not worth a whole lot.

I would like to find people who can manually find good and relevant backlinks on a daily basis.

Any ideas?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    It depends what you want to spend honestly, if you want a one time blast - check out the 'warriors for hire' section on here, there are many people offering MANY different types of SEO Services.

    On the other hand, you can use a site like SEO Generals - Your One Stop Shop For All Your SEO Needs or even find an outsourcer yourself on www.odesk.com (both non affiliate links).

    It might be easier to check the WF or SEO Generals, but i've used all 3 of the above methods before with good results
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  • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
    Check out oDesk, I've had success finding great contractors from that website for just about every type of task.

    Word of advice though, don't post a job ad. Instead use oDesk's contractor search tool and narrow down your contractors based on past experience, hours worked, feedback score & keywords.

    I typically generate a solid list of 15-20 contractors that I'll contact based on my research of which typically 60% respond. From there I'll do an interview process with those who had great responses (roughly 5-10 at this point). After an interview I'll choose 3 to do "test" jobs with. These are jobs that have a set number of hours or a set budget for the job. Basically this is a brief overview of the "big" jobs that they'll be doing.

    After that I always find someone that does an amazing job. This method hasn't let me down yet.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheInternetCoach
      I had a lot of luck at odesk, too.
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      • Profile picture of the author AnthonyEthan
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        Originally Posted by TheInternetCoach View Post

        I had a lot of luck at odesk, too.
        LK
        linkbuilding is a very easily and interesting job. I do work on it alot.
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  • Profile picture of the author alica2011
    Odesk is good
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  • Profile picture of the author SerpPower
    Try to create this high quality links your self
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    • Profile picture of the author waterburn
      Originally Posted by SerpPower View Post

      Try to create this high quality links your self
      The problem for me is it takes a lot of time to do this, time I could use to create quality content, which is my expertise.

      How do YOU go about getting high quality links? I would love to hear how you guys go about it.

      Let's say, just as an example, you started a website about "pets getting attacked by fleas and ticks", because you found out there happened to be an explosive growth regarding this issue.

      What do you do to bring traffic to such a site? How do you acquire a good number of quality links (not xrumer blasts and spammy mass blog commenting)?
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      • Profile picture of the author Toby Couchman
        Originally Posted by waterburn View Post

        The problem for me is it takes a lot of time to do this, time I could use to create quality content, which is my expertise.

        How do YOU go about getting high quality links? I would love to hear how you guys go about it.

        Let's say, just as an example, you started a website about "pets getting attacked by fleas and ticks", because you found out there happened to be an explosive growth regarding this issue.

        What do you do to bring traffic to such a site? How do you acquire a good number of quality links (not xrumer blasts and spammy mass blog commenting)?
        Heres a tip for you. Go to the blogs section of google (the link that says Blogs on the left sidebar) and type in your niche. Go through the list of blogs and comment on any articles you find that are relevant.

        Remember to actually read the article and provide a comment with value. Dont just spam your keyword and link.

        To find the best blogs with a higher PR ranking perform the search while using SEOQuake it'll show which articles have the highest PR which is very important.

        Hope that helps
        TC
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  • Profile picture of the author perfumer
    anyone here use Neurolink link building or anything similar?
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Broody
    Check out Warriors For Hire section
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    • Profile picture of the author megan12
      You can find a quality link builder from freelancer and odesk as well. but do remember only concentrate on quality rel vent links instead of quality links.
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