My thoughts are that purchasing backlinks is NOT recommended.
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I'd focus on getting links the old fashioned way. Good content reaching real readers. Not only will you get the advantage of links coming to your site - but there will be a reason for folks to visit too.
The difference is that free backlinks take a lot longer to build while purchased backlinks are easier and quick to obtain. Quality free backlinks requires contacting other webmasters etc. for link exchanges
Best to just stick to free one-way backlinks. I suppose the odd purchased link every so often wouldn't do any harm though. So long as it looks natural and the link is from someone who doesn't blatantly sell backlinks on there websites you should be ok. Featured links are good also as you are not paying for the backlink itself, but rather paying to just have your site listed above other free listings. Nothing wrong with that...
not necessarily, however with paid backlinks you will run the risk of getting too many of them too fast at very low quality and not relating to your website content. I agree with the others that it's best to build them up yourself, not really exciting. However you could outsource the work just be crystal clear on what is required.
I wouldn't outsource the work. I think it's best to do it yourself as you know exactly what has been done then. I wouldn't trust someone else to do it for me. They could just contact my competitor and do the same work for them for more money so competitor site ranks higher than mine for all I know. If you really haven't got the paticene to do it yourself and would prefer to get someone else to do it then just make sure they can be trusted and have good reviews etc.
I do not purchase back links or any kind of links that do not send real visitors. SEO methods definitely work for many websites (you can see some spammers in the first pages in Google on web hosting related keywords), but not for me. Only quality targeted traffic works!
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I would never recommend buying backlinks to anyone, especially newbies, unless you are buying from us.
Saying all backlinks purchases are bad is of course good thing to say
Following the above rule is also naive.
Rules are meant to be broken, however break them wisely, and only if you know what you're doing, and only if you're ready to take responsibility for the consequences. Don't follow everything Lady GooGoo tells you
Backlinks could really be a gold for sites but it has to be of quality as well to have value on google's eyes. Buying backlinks is really not a good way if you want a long term success with your site's ranking.
You'd better stay away from phurcased backlinks although they are much easier to obtain than natural backlinks.
Try these ways:
1. Join forums, blogs and other discussion group
2. Submit to search engine directories.
3. Create useful inforamtion in your website for you audience.
4. Publishing and submitting articles.
5. Links from related websites.
Then, all you need do is to be patient.
Google tends to frown upon paid links and so called "link farms." My advise is to do article marketing with anchor links for your targeted keywords ... Google loves content and the more helpful/useful content you can get out there with anchor text links, the better.
Also we have found that using services like PRWeb for press release is very useful. You need to make sure that your press releases are well written and properly optimized for your keywords and you will be amazed at how many page-views they receive and how it will improve the traffic to your site. There are similar services but in my opinion PRWeb works the best and they really try to get your article "out there" to the proper channels. I think that spending $200 for a press release is a way smarter option than purchasing links that are really quite meaningless ... like I said in previous post -- Google loves actual content ... not just pages with links on them.
Also keep in mind keyword density -- you don't want to overload articles and press releases with keywords. There are a lot of helpful guides on SEO all over the Internet. Spend some quality time learning from these articles/guides/websites/tutorials and you will be able to really improve your search engine standings.
Very good choice of method Although good back links are an asset it can drag your ranking because of link farming sites so better be safe play with good content and a fair amount of patience are the easiest and quickest way to climb the Google ladder.
It is better not to purchase backlinks for Google might punish some of bad ones inside them. There are so many other one way backlinks channels to be chosen from like social bookmarking, forum signature links and other.