I originally did not want to buy backlinks when I first started, but now would like to possibly buy long term backlinks. I just don't want spam ones or bad ones.
What are some legit sites that offer long term backlinks?
You are always taking a risk wherever you buy them from. If google thinks you are buying links they will penalize your site, or your hub if that's what you want to buy links for.
I think Misha could help you with that. One of his hubs might even list some "legitimate" (as legitimate as such things can be) sites.
But you are looking for trouble. Misha and some others will tell you it's no big deal, but in reality it can be. It can cause you trouble with Google and with HP.
Why not expend your efforts on writing more hubs? You seem to have decent material on gaming - not my thing, but certainly a popular area. I see you include opinion and personality, which is good. I don't honestly think you need to buy anything - I think your audience will come in time.
I'll check it out. This is why I said legit cause I don't want to be penalized. I am not 100% sure I am going to buy backlinks and If I do I would like to make sure they are not corrupt backlinks so to speak.
In Googles eyes, the only legitimate backlinks are those bought for traffic, not SEO. That means "nofollow" links. Is that what you seek? If so, you should realize that there is little value to them unless you have something to sell, and if you do, it is probably better to spend the money on real marketing and advertising. Trying to arbitrage Adsense tends to be a losing game (and is also disliked by Google).
More traffic is what I seek, but if it means compromising something negative then I will not purchase them. I mainly am looking for long term traffic. I have gotten some good traffic with my gaming topics and other misc., but I know they could do better.
I am going to write many more hubs, its just that I don't just want to rely on making more hubs. Some of my hubs have gotten very good traffic like 50-100/day while one at one point had 100s.
If more of my hubs could stay in a consistent range of 10-20 view per day, and have some others hit 50+ consistently then I would be happy. At that point I would feel making more hubs would be even more beneficial...
I am not looking for 1000 views per hub. Merely want more traffic for the time spent cause I have seen success in some areas. Potential is there somewhere.
I would try contacting websites rather than using a particular website which sells a backlinking service.
I don't buy backlinks. I write articles that will hopefully have SEO value and include backlinks in them - on blogs or third-party sites. I know this takes more effort, but buying backlinks always sounded spammy to me. And why would I EVER want my link to be backlinked on a spammy site that lumps all topics together?
If I write about homeschooling, for example, I want it linked on a homeschool site. Since homeschooling is something I've written about, I do have two homeschooling blogs I could drop a link into while writing about a topic similar to whatever my article was about.
Recently I built a horse niche. I started to promote one horse related article I wrote. Pretty soon I had horse articles all over the net pointing back to that one original horse article. Instant payoff! Well, not instant, but it took less than a month for one article to develop a thriving niche across a variety of platforms.
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