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How to Build Links without Paying for them?

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Msg#: 4018381 posted 6:30 pm on Nov 3, 2009 (gmt 0)


I have a question, that how can i generate backlinks for my clients website without doing paid link, advertising or any kind of paid submission.

Because we have a deal that if i generate 100 backlinks then he will pay me for 100 backlinks.
In my view what i need to do:
1. Directory submission
2. Article submission
3. Social Bookmarking submission.

know is there any other way plz help me so i can generate links for him.



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Msg#: 4018381 posted 2:24 pm on Dec 18, 2009 (gmt 0)


I don't understand what you mean and I don't think you understand what I mean. My first post in this thread was the 7th one; did you read that?

I'm not arguing for junky linking, exactly the opposite. I'm saying that junky linking is bad and that I've seen the harm it can do.

I also said that the site DID NOT have a strong link profile. I've seen two instances of -950 penalty, both related to over-use of anchor text on sites that had weak link profiles. The first a few years ago and was caused by excessive repetition on the page, fixed by de-optimising. The second (the one I refer to here) has been caused by IBL anchor text.

In both instances only the over-used terms were affected.

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