Is there anybody here who is interested in getting paid for providing me with one link a day for one of my websites?
can it be a link from this forum?
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How about 15 related links/month. Not more than 10% should be from forums, facebook, twitter, etc ...
No web directories links, no other low quality not-related links. Is that any better or do I need to specify it more closely?
Last edited by Lici; Jan 2nd, 2013 at 07:50 PM.
Thats definitely better, its that start of a spec. As long as you have a method for keeping track of things and own the accounts by which links are created then you should be on the right track.
Many sites require that you have a user name and log in assigned to a particular email.
If it is an email account you set up for your link builder (either Gmail or on your own domain) you are in control - when you fire them you can change the email password and the password to the associated accounts. If they are in control of it and you are not - they can change it or remove it when you stop paying for it.
This stuff happens a lot - the key take away is that you should be in control of, and own as much of your web marketing activity as you can. Even if it is with a friend or someone you work regularly with - when you need information that someone else has it is not productive.
There are different sites out there which can def. help you.
I think it's vital to define the parameters even more by defining what you mean by low quality and list the type of links you want. For example a normal backlink or backlinks from blogs, etc...
The niche you are in is also important, since topic related links are the key.
I think PR of that particular back link page also matters and it should be of same niche site also it should be cached within a month.
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