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Can anyone recommend a reliable backing linking service...natural backlinking that is ban proof? One of my site got shot down (delisted) because of a bad service I used so I need to be careful. Thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author patrich
    I honestly think that this is the first time that I have ever seen someone use "backlinking service" and "natural backlinking" in the same sentence. By the very definition, a paying for a service would not be "natural" or "ban proof". And, there is no such thing as "ban proof" by the way. Anytime you try to manipulate the search results with backlinking, you run the risk of being banned or deindexed.

    So, you are left with creating high quality "link bait" type articles, viral campaigns, or just running the same risks that everyone else does by using various link building techniques.

    Out of curiosity, what type of linking were you doing that resulted in your website being deindexed?
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  • Profile picture of the author Brian Maroevich
    I need to hire someone to post comments and articles for me. I do it, and wanted to hire someone to do what I do. So natural back-linking is not an unusual term. I've been marketing online for almost 14 years and don't have time to do backlinking including social media etc. for all my sites anymore, especially since I am getting more small businesses clients than I can handle right now.

    I tried for the first time a 'linking' program on Fiverr.com because the reviews were so good. Bam, the site got de-indexed by google. So I will never do that again.
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  • Profile picture of the author patrich
    In your case, based on what you are looking for, I would hire a VA to do this work for you. In the long run, this is going to put a lot less strain on you because you won't have to try services, wait for service providers to do their job, which usually takes a week or more and so forth. A decent VA and a strict set of guidelines can work wonders.

    However, I do want to reiterate that what you are doing is not getting "natural" links. Google wants to see natural links, but those would be unsolicited links that another website might give you because they like your content or service, etc. There is a difference, and blog commenting, article ditribution, etc., could result in a website being deindexed. It is not likely, because so many people are doing it, but it is possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author bigcat1967
    I honestly think that this is the first time that I have ever seen someone use "backlinking service" and "natural backlinking" in the same sentence. By the very definition, a paying for a service would not be "natural" or "ban proof". And, there is no such thing as "ban proof" by the way. Anytime you try to manipulate the search results with backlinking, you run the risk of being banned or deindexed.

    So, you are left with creating high quality "link bait" type articles, viral campaigns, or just running the same risks that everyone else does by using various link building techniques.
    I was going to say something - but after reading this - Patrich is spot on.
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  • Good luck with that.

    ALL Search results are manipulated. There is no such thing as pure organic search. If someone is ranking they are doing something to get that ranking that involves manipulating the number and content of links.

    If you investigate the cost to purchase links on well established sites you'll realize that if you want to play you have to pay. What kind of service do you think you can afford? Then take that number and ask yourself if the people willing to work for that amount are going to do things that will get you links that matter?
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