We discovered that 78 percent of businesses who buy legitimate paid links consider them to be efficient backlink building opportunities. Similarly, 69 percent of businesses using paid link buying considered their campaigns to be efficient, according to our poll.
Though the reported success rate is surprisingly high. If you’re considering buying links, just make sure you understand you only buy safe and natural backlinks and consider the potential impact on your long-term SEO before purchasing.
Good link buying practices take time and patience. You need to begin with the same content you would use to launch an organic link building campaign — content that is highly relevant to your niche, high quality, and appealing to your target audience.
You should also have a well-grounded link profile before you consider buying links, which means cultivating high-quality organic backlinks first.
Once your assets are in place:
- Vet websites carefully before buying links. Carefully vet each domain for anything that seems off, such as domain history, PageRank, and too many spammy outbound links.
- Create a purposeful link building strategy. Buy links slowly and intentionally, beginning with up to five and gradually increasing over the next few months. Your link profile should never exceed 10 to 25 percent paid links.
- Keep your anchor text diverse across each domain. Anchor text diversity is a must.
Bad link buying practices include anything Google’s been working diligently to stamp out over the past few decades. These include link farms and private blog networks (PBNs). If your paid links are yielding a large volume of low-quality links, watch out, you’re at serious risk of receiving a penalty.
A few recommendations:
- Never buy sitewide links. Sitewide links (e.g. links in the sidebar, footer, navigation, etc.) scream “spam” to Google.
- Avoid link selling services and anyone selling “backlink packages.” Paying someone on Fiverr for a backlink package, and contracting a link selling service (e.g., Sape) are good ways to earn yourself a Google penalty. And if a site openly advertises that they sell links? Run!
- Avoid “red flag” websites. Websites that have been previously penalized, repurposed into link/article farms, and generally rely on ad-heavy, content-thin pages should all set your internal alarm blaring.
Of course, whether you’re buying links or building them organically, it’s always important that you monitor the health of your backlink profile. Use link tracking software to measure your links’ impact, and prune low-quality links that might have a negative impact on your site.
Be especially diligent if you’ve purchased links – double check page quality, authority, etc. regularly, and make sure your link’s anchor text hasn’t changed.
Our backlinks we provide, have the following features:
- DA PA > 40
- Number of webistes to build links: 200
- Backlinks created on high traffic sites
- Backlinks created in content of blogs and articles
- 100% Dofollow
- 400-500 backlinks created per month
- 100% Backlinks created manually
- Time of link building: 6 months
- Time of keywords appearing on the first page of Google: 6 months
- Backlink report sent by email weekly
- High quality backlink services
- Keywords get on top of Google (on the first page of Google within 6 months)
- Support clients to develop website in the long term
Thank you so much