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Contrary to popular belief, this is why you should definitely “buy” backlinks on a regular basis. First, I need to clear-up what I mean when I say buy backlinks, though. It’s probably not what you think.
Think of backlinks as like votes on the search engines. The more quality “anchor text” backlinks you have, the higher you’ll rank on Google for any given keyword phrase.
For example, if you want to rank #1 on Google for Atlanta chiropractor, you need more quality backlinks than the competition ranked above you. Yes, there are other factors but by far, backlinks are the most important ranking criteria.
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It’s not so much the quantity as it is the quality of the links. Not all are created equal.
So, knowing this, there are a few different ways you can acquire backlinks. Some of the more popular places to get them are from article directories, blogs, online forums, press release news sites, and software.
You can spend the time each day building links or you can have someone else do it if you know what / how it should be done to maximize your SEO and Google rankings.
This brings me to the point of why you SHOULD “buy” backlinks.
In this context I mean you should pay someone to manually build your anchor text links for you, simple. Either hire an employee by the hour or outsource on a per project basis.
What I never recommend doing is using an automated software program to spray a flood of links everywhere. This is not good and you’ll get your website heavily penalized sooner or later by Google.
You should also NEVER pay for high page rank (PR) backlinks. That’s basically where you pay a webmaster monthly to put your anchor text link on their high PR site. It’s against Google’s terms of service and will hurt your site once discovered.
Every savvy internet marketer knows and understands that link-building is an ongoing process because there’s so much competition and dozens of keywords one must blanket.
However, that being said, link-building is a task that’s very repetitive and should be delegated. It takes way too much time, energy, and effort to regularly build links AND your time is way too valuable to spend hours doing it.
Within the last few years, my experience has found that forums are some of the best places to acquire links from.
It’s because they’re online interactive communities which Google loves and weighs heavily. Their links carry a lot of juice.
That’s why I created a strategic backlink building service from authority-based online forums.
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