Google has over 200 ranking signals, and backlinks have signals within themselves, such as relevance, placement, anchor text, etc.
It is important that any and all new backlinks that your website obtains appear as natural as possible in the eyes of Google.
What many people don’t realize is that Google ranks each individual web page separately, they don’t rank websites as a whole.
This is why you need to have relevant backlinks going to your important sub-pages, as well as natural backlinks to your homepage.
- Real Website Placements: We get your link placed on real websites. We avoid ‘Write for us’ pages as well as PBNs.
- New Referring Domain: We’ll check to make sure the websites we reach out to have not linked to you in the past.
- Content Creation: We’ll look after creating the content for the website linking to you. This allows control of the anchor.
- Content-Based Link: We place the backlink to your site in the content section of the page, for a more natural appearance.
- Multiple DR Options: We try to cater to each and every budget, which is why we allow you the choice of DR (Domain Rating).
Depending on the number of link placements that you have ordered, we will have your link placed on a page that has already been live (and more than likely indexed in Google) for a while now. We reach out to the website owner offering further content to enhance their page, which includes your link.
How does it work?
We’ll reach out to different websites that we believe would be a suitable match to post your link. Once we’ve found a suitable website, we’ll make arrangements to have the content edited to include your link. Once your link placement is live on another site, we’ll send you the URL to view it yourself.
SEO Best Practice
Link placements help to show a natural backlink profile to Google, although you don’t want to go all-in on link placements, we advise they should be used in tandem with other link-building methods to ensure a truly natural backlink profile. Use a link placement for 1 out of every 5 new links.
Q: What is a link placement?
A: A link placement is including a link to your website on a web page where the content has already been published for some time. This includes making a slight edit to the content, in order to add your link. Link placements can also be known as link inserts or niche edits.
Q: Do I need to provide the content?
A: Nope, we take care of all of that for you. The pricing that you see includes the fee for the content that we create on your behalf, which is posted on a separate website.
Q: Are these DoFollow links?
A: Yes, we only secure links that actually provide some SEO weight for your website. There is no point in obtaining links from websites that place NoFollow links, are published on Orphan Pages, placed on PBNs, etc. You really need to be careful to watch out for these things when link building. Luckily, we take care of all of that for you.
Q: What is the difference between obtaining a backlink from a guest post versus a Link Placement?
A: A Guest Post involves creating content that will be displayed on a brand new page of a website, whereas a Link Insert is adding the link to a page that has already been created, but will be edited to include your link.
We aim to have your new link placement(s) live on a suitable website(s) within 28 calendar days of your order, regardless of the quantity ordered.