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How To Get One-Way Backlinks

Updated on July 22, 2014

Automated Link Placement

When you have just created new website, you will want to attract people to visit it. One of the most important tasks for any webmaster is to build up the number of links to the site from other websites. This can be done manually via reciprocal link exchange and directory submission, or by paying other people to do it for you.

Link Vault and Receive Links are automated systems which place your links on other people's websites, in exchange for placing their links on your website. It is free to sign up, and all websites are categorised so that your links are placed on relevant sites. This is not the same as conventional link exchanges, because none of the links are reciprocal.

Get links to your site, and increase PageRank, and get more traffic!

About Link Vault

The ideal solution for a free and effective online advertising campaign

Link Vault is made up of a large group of quality websites. Each new member must bring to the network at least one high quality website and make available a few links slots for existing members. In return you receive 'Vaultage' which you use to receive links from the other members websites which is in effect a link exchange.

Each website added to the network will be vetted by a person before any links are placed to ensure it meets our strict quality guidelines. Should you wish to use your Vaultage quota to provide text link adverts to a website not in the system, then this website will also need to pass the vetting.

Link Vault is completely free and the set up is straightforward, flexible and easily customized. All the links are static, unless you delete them or the site is removed. You also have full control over the number of text links you receive.

Sign Up for a Link Vault account, or find out more...

Or, if you're not convinced, look at Alternatives to Link Vault below...

Receive Links

Alternative Link Placement Program

Another really good link building network is Receive Links.

It works in a very similar way to Link Vault, with some small differences which might suit your website better, ideal for the more advanced user.

- See which websites your links have been placed on.

- See what links have been placed on your own website.

- And remove the ones you don't approve of.

- Choose whether or not links are restricted by language and category.

Visit for more information.

Be sure to read their FAQ and Guidelines too.

You can of course use both of these programs at the same time...

Reasons to Use Link Vault or Receive Links

  • All links to your site are permanent
  • You can have up to 3 different anchor texts for each URL (Link Vault)
  • Links are placed according to appropriate category, keeping them relevant.
  • You can create deep-links to inner pages on your website
  • Links are added up to a maximum number per day for any one url

    Search engines prefers a gradual increase in the number of back links

  • The programming prevents any links from being reciprocal, so all links are one-way
  • Links and sites are personally vetted by the network staff - no spam or porn sites
  • Sign up is free, and there are also a choice of subscriptions with accees to advanced features.

More Ways To Build Up Your Back-Links

Use more than one program to build your backlinks and traffic.

Text Link Ads are served as static links that can help your natural (organic) search engine rankings. They have an exhaustive inventory of quality niches that can send targeted traffic to your website. Flat price per ad for a 30 day ad run, so you never need to worry about cost per click or CPM rates.

New to link buying? Text Link Ads is the perfect tool for any linking campaign, and they've put together a $100 starter kit that will help you hit the ground running. Take advantage of their free tools, and you'll be running successful linking campaigns in no time!

You can also make money with Text Link Ads, by selling links on your website and your RSS feeds, and also through their affiliate program.

What is 'Vaultage'?

Vaultage is the term used at Link Vault for the points in their system. With your vaultage points you can spend them to obtain links on other sites. Each link you get costs you vaultage points. You gain vaultage by placing Link Vault code on your own site and having links placed their by the code. The higher your PageRank for the placement page of each link the more vaultage you gain at Link Vault. You can choose to place multiple links from 1-5 per page. Each represents more vaultage earned.

Receive Links has something similar, but calls them 'points'. You collect points by providing slots on your website for links, and you can spend them on ads to other sites. The points cost of a link varies depending on the PageRank of the page it is placed on.

Unfortunately, it's not possible to install the Link Vault or Receive Links code on a Squidoo Lens, but if you have another website you can use that one to build up your 'vaultage' or 'points', and spend it on links to promote your Lens.

Both networks support PHP and ASP.

Article: Link Vault or Link Farm?

By Harvey Kane

All webmasters should be familiar with Google's quality guidelines. The last thing you want when optimising your site is to be blacklisted and have all your effort wasted.

People refer to SEO as black hat or white hat. Let's be clear, there is no such thing as white hat SEO - it's all varying shades of grey. In my books, White Hat optimisation is writing a good site that is designed 100% for the visitor - this is good, but it's not "optimisation". As soon as you add tweak your keywords or title tags for the Search Engines, you are engaging in grey hat SEO. You need to make sure your optimisations fall into the light grey area, as opposed to the dark grey where you risk getting penalised.

The paragraph in Google's guidelines many webmasters will be concerned about follows...

"Don't participate in link schemes designed to increase your site's ranking or PageRank. In particular, avoid links to web spammers or "bad neighborhoods" on the web, as your own ranking may be affected adversely by those links."

There are 2 important things to note here.
Firstly, Google doesn't like "link schemes". This is a linking strategy that is solely for the search engines, not for the visitor.
Secondly, Google makes it clear that if you link to a banned site, then this will have a negative impact on your ranking, perhaps even a ban for your site.

Link Vault is an automated way of setting up text link advertising across other related websites. This in itself is certainly no breach of the Quality guidelines, but you do need to be able to justify it's existance to Google. In other words, do the ads provide some value to your visitors, or is it simply a link scheme?

If Link Vault / Reciprocal Exchange / Blog Spam is done solely for Google, then it's a link scheme. If your site has no real content, just Adsense a reciprocal directory and Link Vault, then it's probably a link scheme.

However if your site has real content on it, is well laid out, and has some related text links on the page (along with other good information), then it's simply advertising. Taken in context with the rest of your content, 5 additional text links on your page isn't a problem.

I recommend you treat your Link Vault links like you would any other SEO - take the time to do it properly. Don't bury them in your footer, or cloak them in hidden CSS. Only place the links on sites that have genuine content. Ensure the links blend in with your site design, and aren't just tacked on as an afterthought. Make sure your other SEO efforts are light-grey hat. In the context of a well maintained site, adding LV will not make your page look like spam, and is therefore light-grey hat SEO just like reciprocal linking.

The second part of Google's statement is a little more difficult to control. Because Link Vault is automated (that's why you are signing up right - to avoid manual link building) you have limited control over the sites you are linking to.
Firstly, All sites are checked by a person before being added to the LV network. Next, all links are regularly checked to ensure they are cached with Google. If a site has no pages cached with Google, this is a sign it may have been blacklisted and it's removed from the network. Link Vault does try to match links amongst the same categories wherever possible. If you are in an industry where "bad neighborhoods" are particularly common (mortgages, mens health etc) then you may want more control over who you link to. For most other industries, the Link Vault checks provide a good safety net.

Link Vault can be a valueable SEO tool, used in conjunction with other SEO strategies. As with any SEO, care must be taken to ensure it doesn't look like spam. If your site already employs other "dark-grey hat" optimisations then Link Vault may not be a great idea, but for many sites it's a great tool to have available.

Harvey Kane is a Web Developer based in Auckland, New Zealand. He is available for freelance Web Development and SEO.

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      GuruOfBacklinks 5 years ago

      @sweetpressuk: Things have changed a LOT since the days when link exchanges were acceptable. These days, they're a fast ticket to penalties or deindexing, which can be very hard to recover from. Google views backlinks as "votes" of confidence regarding the relevance and quality of your site. A link exchange, however, just gives you links in exchange for linking to someone else. Those are manipulated or incentivized links - not what Google is looking for.

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      sweetpressuk 5 years ago

      Previous advice regarding link exchanges is confusing, and with the new google updates I am wary. I have a new site and cannot afford to be penalised from the off.

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      tonytopline 5 years ago

      Not sure about Link Vault because it seems purely designed to artificially generate links i.e. Fool those nasty search engines! A few years ago Link Exchange was like this. Every one thought it was a good idea so jumped on the bandwagon but in time the search engines find another way to evaluate your site based upon original content and genuine links. Having had my fingers burned with Panda/Penguin, I am now very wary of any scheme which artificially creates links. Even if there is a short term benefit, in the long term I foresee problems. Can someone persuade me this is the way to go?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Thank you for the great information, I've been trying to get my foot in the door for SEO for a long time and this information will definetly help!

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      oooMARSooo LM 5 years ago

      An ever-evolving issue, but one that's here to stay as long as web links are so important to SERPs. I still think social media links are a better indicator of site relevance and authority though, but I'm not Googlebot, am I? ;-)

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      genuineaid lm 6 years ago

      Are you sure this Link Vault is ok with Google?

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      jemsseo 6 years ago

      This is really a good information.It helps all SEO member that how to get quality back link.Thanks to you for this valuable information.

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      anilagarwal 6 years ago

      Do some article submissions, guest blogging and blog commenting kind of activities for getting lots of high quality backlinks to your website

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      marketingmania2012 6 years ago

      I think that's a great concept from the outside; however I am of the same opinion as manchester...I do appreciate the concept and it probably does work, but gaining backlinks from authority sites based on communication and participation sure provides for stronger, long-term benefits...once again, in my opinion. Thanks for the article though. Brings a lot of good conversation.

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      Steve-SEO-UK 6 years ago

      Many thanks for pointing out these resources. I do feel that the Search Engines do know about these programs and wonder if they follow the footprints and devalue the links. That said, a link is a link whatever the value and if you build enough of them you would eventually outrank the competition. Thumbs Up for you.

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      LoveAdviceForum 6 years ago

      Thanks for the information! I am thinking for using a service link this but am afraid of getting blacklisted.... I might have to give it a try though

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      peruandarts 6 years ago

      You must remember, when you use "link schemes" you run the risk of having your site hit with a penalty. Link schemes are great for short term SEO but not for long term rankings.

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      Tonie Cook 6 years ago from USA

      After being here for more than four years, this is one topic I've been slow at figuring out. Thank you for your being here to shine some light on this topic.

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      fenz28 lm 6 years ago

      I really need to learn this stuff. Thank you for the informative lens :)

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      gypsyman27 lm 6 years ago

      Interesting lens on link building and automating the process. See you around the galaxy...

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      manchester lm 6 years ago

      I'm really not a fan of automated link building schemes. I just think links should be placed for editorial value or manually sourced in the very least i order to ensure quality and relevance.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I heard that any kind of link exchange technique other than relevant content,directory and search engine submission is not appreciated by Google. Is it true, If so how will these link building techniques work

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      googleseotips 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Yes it is as long as the blog is related to your niche. Blog commenting however has now lost its reputation because now people have started to abuse it by spamming them to get links. So if you don't want to be known as a spammer in your industry make sure you comment only when you have something useful to offer. Its good to get links but don't comment on a blog just for a sake of a link. If you follow these it won't not only give you backlinks but you'll be treated as an authority in your niche and more and more people would like to link to you by themselves. I hope this helps.

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      aashi-techmagnate 6 years ago

      @anonymous: yes but make sure to get links from the same theme...

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Is blog commenting a good way to get links?

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      ProVideoProducer 7 years ago

      I've always felt the best SEO is Organic/White Hat. When building my site, which is geared towards and offers video production, I painstakingly read, read, and read all the information again to make sure it pertains to my site's subject. I hate it when I click a link only to find out that the site does not pertain to my want or search.. It's a big waste of mine and their time & energy and totally ruins their credibility in my book. Just because you "trick" me into visiting your site does not mean I'm going to make a purchase or return.

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      Snakesmom 7 years ago

      Thanks for the great tips on links. :)

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      mattseefood lm 7 years ago

      Nice tips! Hope these can improve my lenses :)

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      CruiseReady 7 years ago from East Central Florida

      Once again, you have provided great information with good value! The two you have highlighted sound like they could be worth looking into, and using, but with some real thought put into it.

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      thedan1984 7 years ago

      Good information. Just remember, anytime you use "link schemes" - you run the risk of having your site hit with a penalty. Link schemes are great for short-term SEO, like holiday landing pages and such, but not for long term rankings

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      hsschulte 7 years ago

      You have so many amazing lenses. This is one of my favorite. ~ Blessed.

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      John Dyhouse 7 years ago from UK

      Still trying to get the hang of this SEO thing and particularly backlinks, this has been a great help - thanks

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      crazyseodude 7 years ago

      A lot of valueable information is jam packed into this lens. I would highly recommend staying away from TLA though. The new Google algorithm in 2011 is really slapping sites left and right that use their service.

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      jennikitten lm 7 years ago

      Nice lens, it would benefit from clarifying which of these sites (if any) provide follow links rather than nofollow, though. Also, I personally believe that white hat SEO is any kind of SEO that doesn't break Google's specified rules, although I agree that 'white', 'black' and 'grey' are too simplistic for names.

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      KokoTravel 7 years ago

      Ah... great suggestions! I was not aware of these services.

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      erichdragon 7 years ago

      Great lens. Very useful info. I use Link Vault and it is great. One suggestion for your lens would be a table of contents so I could use this lens more easily as a reference.

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      QuestForHozro 7 years ago

      The best part about Text-Link-Ads is that you can let them sell links on your sites for you and fund your backlink purchases. I've made as much as $100/month/site with them. A really great service. Thanks for sharing these resources TFN!

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      techjunkie11 7 years ago

      Good strategy for automating the hard part of seo, linkbuilding.

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      Virginia Allain 7 years ago from Central Florida

      Thanks for expanding my thinking on this. Links are a murky area in my mind.

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      Lost in Mirkwood 7 years ago

      I think Google is always one step ahead of where everyone thinks they are when it comes to ranking websites. So proceed with caution. A few high quality, genuine backlinks can be worth more than hundreds of low quality ones.

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      purplelady 7 years ago

      Here you are again, Fluff, with another lens with great help and advice for all of us Squidooers who want to get more people to visit and like our lenses.

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      CliveAnderson LM 7 years ago

      These are some methods that I have not tried so perhaps I could add them to my portfolio of SEO traffic generation. Thanks for the great information...Warm Regards,Clive

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      top-notch-shop 7 years ago

      Sounds good,never heard of Link Vault,but worth a look and see how well it performs

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      Jeff Wendland 7 years ago from Kalamazoo, MI

      I spend half of my days building links for clients so I appreciate new ideas and applications. Thanks Fluf.

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      agsdirect 7 years ago

      I used Link Vault for a while and didn't see any benefit from it so I removed it from my site. Perhaps becoming an affiliate for them is worthwhile, as you know all too well. Nice splens!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Just back to look through this again - I have to admit that establishing backlinks is probably something I dont work very hard at, certainly not as hard as I do on keyword research ;) It is something I am trying to address, particularly as I am now starting to make some sales on my lenses and on my niche blog.Thanks for the tips Fluff :)

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      angelontequila 7 years ago

      Ive ran out of ideas on how to get backlinks so tnx for these advices, im going to try them out soon.

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      glenbrook 7 years ago

      Thanks for posting useful stuff like this - not just on this lens but some of your others as well.

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      Tony Payne 7 years ago from Southampton, UK

      This sounds like a good idea, as long as you are getting quality links that are from other sites that cover relevant topics with your web site. This could be very useful.

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      thesuccess2 7 years ago

      Much to contemplate here, also read the comments below which are knowledgeable!

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      Missmerfaery444 7 years ago

      Another brilliantly helpful lens - you're a star!!

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      VarietyWriter2 7 years ago

      Another great lens by you :) Thumbs up!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      This is incredibly valuable information, thank you for posting this lens.

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      Ellen Brundige 7 years ago from California

      If anyone else had suggested this I would've skipped right over it, because I am inherently skeptical of the SEO value of paid link directories and most reciprocal link schemes. I think that while search engines follow them to FIND new webpages, I'm not sure how much those links actually count as far as increasing a page's ranking in the SERPs.But you know what you're talking about. Hm. Still wary, but I trust your recommendations more than my own, that's for sure!

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      texasshutterbug 7 years ago

      Another suggestion would be just to create another blog similar to your websites goals with a different url and then link to your squid lens that are related to the topic. Why wait around for people to rank your site or approval. Take it into your own hands and create then outsource.

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      rpmsol001 7 years ago

      Backllinks, One-Way Links, Reciprocal Links... I am so tired of it all I decided to do something radical. With tons of Reciprocal Links and Google pissing and moaning about linking programs and all, I figured I would just give Google what it wants!I locked myself in my room with lots of coffee and junk food and set myself to the task of writing a link cloaking application that would turn any URL (Links Page or what ever) invisiable to all the major search engines while having no effects on the URL for anyone else what so ever. A few weeks later, I had it working just the way I wanted it to.The only problem was that if someone got their hands on my code, the gig would be up and everyone would be downloading it from Rapidshare in a day or two. So back into my room and two days later, I had it working perfect on my own server using remote includes via PHP from websites on my remote vhosting servers.No way anyone can tell anything is going on at all. Not the search engines, not the link partners or link checking bots. nobody! I'm doing some final testing and plan to add some detailed stats to be sure nothing is getting past my cloaking. Anyone want to check it out or maybe help me add a control panel so I can let other people use it too, that would be great.I'm not sure if I can post a url here, do just search for link-fusion. It on an Open Dns System URL with an ORG extension.Take, Robert McCulloch

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Google is familiar with most paid linking sites so it's important to study these things before purchasing links. Google will penalize a site that it knows it using a link service.

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      Anthony Godinho 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Good information regarding Link Vault and how it works. I've not tried this specific one, however, I've tried article submission and recently created a lens on it. I'll have to try Link Vault when I have some time. Thanks for the review!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I'm not much a gray hat backlinker. I confine my backinking to PR 5 sites and better. In a moderate to low competition site. I have found that 15-30 quality links from PR 5 or better sites especially with a number of them being .gov .org .edu sites will often get my sites to pg 1 google in just a week or three. I also check back to be sure my comments passed moderation and I then pink that url. My comment has updated the site. This gets your link noticed by google quicker or seemingly soooo.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      @junecampbell: Very helpful information, thanks.

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      Trioman 8 years ago

      one way backlinks are the best way to rank with the search engines...this lens is great because it specifies how easy it is generate one way backlinks...great product...great lens..thumbs up

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      Diana Grant 8 years ago from United Kingdom

      My own website is a bit amateur and not good enough to submit to Linkvault, although I would like to have backlinks to it. Would it be OK if I submit one of my best Squidoo links, and then, in return, I receive backlinks to my website? This is all a bit advanced for me, but I shall study and use it all in good time - thanks.

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      VarietyWriter2 8 years ago

      Nicely done and so much helpful informations! Leaving Angel Blessings :)

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      bodymindsuccess 8 years ago

      Thank you for all the great resources. I do appreciate them and am applying them as I read the post.

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      fabian76 8 years ago

      i would like to know if this would effect your search engine ranks such as google

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      June Campbell 8 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      Very helpful information, thanks.

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      MoonMaa 8 years ago

      I have never heard of link vault before. Thanks!

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      westofpluto 8 years ago

      This is indeed good information for link builders. However, you forgot to mention other quality systems like Neurolinker and Linkvana, which are well established and well worth checking out.

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      debbi_b 8 years ago

      I just want to thank you for making this confusing subject easier to understand. Great lens!

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      jeffmonet 8 years ago

      this is really good stuff for link builders!

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      mij fan 8 years ago

      Nice info - both the "how to do it" and the "how not to do it". I like that.

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      dtopmark 8 years ago

      @texasshutterbug: I totally agree. The key to ranking high in the search engines is to get quality backlinks from similar sites.

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      texasshutterbug 8 years ago

      Backlinking is a little tricky. I think the best rule of thumb in my opinion is to find similar websites with content related to your and have them link back as a recommendation with a specific. Such as a food blog that discusses different reciepes can link back to another blog who provided a recipe linking back to that other website that provided that information assuming that other site has food reciepes as well.

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      Patta52 8 years ago

      Very nice lens. Lots of good advice. I will definitely try these techniques on my non-squidoo sites.

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      seosolutions 8 years ago

      Some nice advice about links, nice share.

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      winstngwaf 8 years ago

      That is a grat lens but after trying to register for some back links my site was rejected may be they do not accept squidoo domains again.Thanks any way

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      beachbum_gabby 8 years ago

      This is very useful since I'm into SEO and it's part of my business. Thanks a lot for the wonderful information.

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      RichmondBlogs 8 years ago

      Some great info here. I'm always looking for ways to ways to increase backlinks.

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      musicmadman 8 years ago

      Thanks for this. Will check out linkvault if not's blackhat method.

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      Heather Burns 8 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      Had to come back to this wonderful lens and give it ~Angel Blessings~ today. It has helped many squidooers!

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Something I need to look at in a lot more detail. Good info and well laid out (of course!). Thanks for these tips on how to get Backlinks and SquidAngel Blessings for you.

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      religions7 8 years ago

      great lens, blessed by a squidangel today :)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      hi, googled some backlink keywords and found your site! besides the resources you mentioned, the FTS is also good for newbie to try out as it's free and cost nothing. besides FTS, i also use article marketing, and UAW Jetsubmitter for backlinks too. And also dropping links using the "Angela" style kind of links.. :p good luck and nice read on your article..

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      seoconsultantindia 8 years ago

      Very informative article. Thanks for the information

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      Tsunamiofpeace 8 years ago

      Thanks for the great info. It was exactly what i was looking for.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Backlinks are like web gold. Every blogger wants them. Because they deliver traffic and can also deliver search engine recognition. And that's just what you'd like for your home business website, right?

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Its very interesting thanks

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      Cynthia Davis 8 years ago from Pittsburgh

      I am in desperate need of backlinks, maybe Link Vault can help.

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      Sadheeskumar 8 years ago

      Very good lens for getting some information's and idea about one way links. I have not tried any of these sites yet. You have arranged the details in the nice manner. Five stars to this lens.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      great lens, with some really good and useful information, thanks. 5*s

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      kesoma_rai 8 years ago

      Amazing lens with lots of useful info..Thank you!

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      TazSol 8 years ago

      great lens.. just continue creating a good lens which is helpful to the readers

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      financialadvise 9 years ago

      I have followed some of the links you provided. I seee more tools that I need to have. Thank You!

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      wayfarer lm 9 years ago

      Very useful. The explanation about Google and how it would view such services was very informative.

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      Successmate 9 years ago

      This is great information and awesome content.Thank you for making it available!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      The most simple method of creating links is to select the SEO keyword and search the word on any major search engine. Begin by reviewing each of the Top 10 or Top 20 pages returned from the search result. Firstly, research the page ranking from the potential back link page. If that page has relevant content and a good ranking, scan the page for a potential area on the page that a back link can be placed. Ideally the position of the link should offer good exposure for even web surfers. Repeat this process weekly or monthly. Free back links do not always provide the best quality for increasing link popularity.Get Back Links To Increase SEO Link Popularity

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      HertfordshireSEO 9 years ago

      Being a marketer myself I must say that I appreciate the purpose of your writing this article. However, I appreciate the content more. You are a good writer. I will be back.I am also an SEO, Search Engine Marketing Link Building Services provider. I liked your piece on 'Grey hat'! I like to think of myself as 'white hat' and delberately avoid any of the 'dark areas' and always work in accordance with Google™ webmaster guidelines. BUT, you are right really. Keep up the good work....Lee

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      SamyRoumieh 9 years ago

      Great Lens!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      very useful informations, keep it up the good work

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      Patty_Delto 9 years ago

      Good one, keep it up! Nicely put and a lot of information!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Great info,thank you so much!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Great post! Thank you so much for this lens

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