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2008
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One Way Links

Getting One Way Links To WordPress Blogs

Discover how easy it can be to automate the process of getting hundreds of targeted one way backlinks to your wordpress blogs : 8.23 mins

Here’s the link to check out the system, whilst it’s not free, it’s far from expensive, especially for how easy it is to use, how many sites you can add (up to 100) and the number of backlinks you can get from it: –

Get the One Way Backlinks System

I should also mention that there’s a built in system to get extra links and social “Buzz” from social network sites as well. πŸ™‚

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# Related resources – Choosing Keywords

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33 Comments

Comment by John in Ohio
2008-12-09 12:55:41

Matt — Great info and clear video instructions! I would love to get this started but as a newbie the $27 monthly is out of reach for the moment. Thanks for all the free info and training you have here. I always look forward to reading your mail and new posts. John in Ohio

Comment by admin
2008-12-09 18:18:46

Hi John,
I use a few systems that are similar to this, as I know how valuable they are for getting those precious backlinks and driving targeted traffic to my sites, but this is the cheapest one I’ve come across so far.
and it easy a piece of cake to use…
cheers,
Matt

 
 
Comment by Phil Davis
2008-12-09 15:01:02

Thanks for the great video on getting links with Neurolinker, seems to be a useful and simple to use service and I might just give it a go.

A note on the Related resources link to Choosing Keywords. Is there supposed to be some content there? All I got was a basically and empty blog.

Thansk, Phil

Comment by admin
2008-12-09 18:20:17

Hi Phil,
yup, it’s still empty I’m afraid…
I only got the blog installed last night and haven’t had time to start putting the content on there yet, although I’ hope to have some meaningful content on there by the end of this week. πŸ™‚
cheers,
Matt

 
 
Comment by Glenn
2008-12-13 07:09:54

Hi Matt,

How do you think this compares with the 3 way link system you sent out an email about a while back?

Or another that might be more like this, articlemarketingautomation.com?

Thanks,
Glenn

Comment by admin
2008-12-13 10:14:41

Hi Glenn,
there are a few systems that offer the same sort of facilities, i.e. automated ways of getting backlinks to your sites.
I use all of the following and find them all to be worth the price: –
http://www.1waylinking.com
http://www.3waybacklinks.com
http://www.articlemarketingautomator.com
http://www.backlinksolution.com
http://www.linkingvana.com
http://www.nurolinker.com
I guess it’s a case of picking which one(s) you like, just remember you can never have too many backlinks… πŸ˜‰
cheers,
Matt

 
 
Comment by Lyn
2008-12-13 10:26:18

Hi Matt,

Looks to be a good find. I rather fell out of love with 3waylinsks, because Jon Leger is paranoid about offensive sites. I had an interior design site and had to remove an article about decorating a child’s bedroom for Christmas. And stuff like homeopathy, aromatherapy and yoga are all banned…. nuts.

One thing I do dislike about these programs though, is that they are a hamster wheel. If you leave you lose everything you have already paid for, which is, to be polite, a tad “unfortunate”.

But as you say, extremely good value, and it’s nice that the links are to relevant sites. I don’t care what JL may say, they have to be preferable.

BTW, have a look at http://www.inboundlinkbuilder.com, which I was introduced to the other day. You submit articles which are posted in about 54 blogs, for a nominal fee. Still in its infancy, the blogs seem to be low PR, but one to watch for the future perhaps.

Many many thanks for all your help. I do spread the word as much as I can!
Lyn

Comment by admin
2008-12-13 11:27:24

Hi Lyn,
yup, loosing all the links if you unsubscribe is a downside, and it’s a classic marketing technique to keep you in as a member, the theory being that if you have chosen the right keywords and the system is helping your site to be profitable then there’s no reason for you to cancel.
It’s one of the reasons that a system like http://uniquearticleswizard.com is better, as the articles you submit for backlinks on their blog network won’t be removed if you leave, so your links are permanant.
and they have a LOT more than 54 blogs in their network,…
but I’ll take a look at inboundlinkbuilder, as having another system for links doesn’t hurt.. πŸ™‚
cheers
Matt

 
 
Comment by Lyn
2008-12-13 10:28:55

Can I just add, for any newbies, the choice of the three keywords is VERY important. This is where I think I tripped up with 3way. Sites that I could not register with them basically got similar traffic…. and I think it must have been because I chose keywords that were too competitive.

Comment by admin
2008-12-13 11:23:18

Hi Lyn,
yup, choosing keywortds that are too competetive is an easy mistake.
I’m going to be doing some videos and posts on http://choosing-keywords.com over the next month or so to help with this kind of thing.
it is possible to target more competetive keywords if you use several backlinks services tho.
cheers,
Matt

 
 
Comment by Maurice
2008-12-13 10:58:49

Matt great info! It seems really easy to do. I need backlinks badly, this is a great info and I’ll definitely join. πŸ˜€

Maurice

 
Comment by Glenn
2008-12-13 11:38:12

Hi Matt,

That’s a nice list of services you’re signed up with there πŸ™‚ I’m just curious though, do you use all six on each blog, and if so are you able to track which one/s the traffic is coming from?

Anyway, Neurolinker does sound quite impressive for the price, so I might about signing up sometime soon.

Cheers,

Glenn

Comment by admin
2008-12-14 16:52:12

Hi Glenn,
I’ve used a mix of services across most of my blogs, meaning that I haven’t been able to get accurate ideas of which works best, but they were existing blogs so they already had existing traffic.
I’m in the process building a new batch of blogs where I’m going to use the services individually on some blogs so I can get some more accurate test results, but it’s likley to be a while before I have anything conclusive enough to post, when I do it will go on http://imtesting.com
cheers,
Matt

Comment by Glenn
2008-12-15 05:59:12

Thanks Matt,

I’ll be interested to learn how that goes for you, and will be keeping an eye on your imtesting.com site every so often.

Cheers,
Glenn

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Comment by Yvette
2008-12-14 11:14:47

Matt

The information you give always inspires me and these comments regarding backlinks have really helped me make up my mind as to which root I need to take. Thank you.

Yvette

 
Comment by Clive Praed
2008-12-14 19:20:55

Hi Matt,
Great info, as usual.
I’ll save this until I’m sure it’s possible to MAKE $27 a month in sales.
As yet, I am far from convinced.
As you know, I follow everything you write, so this is just one more thing I appreciate.
Unlike Yvette, I’m not ‘inspired’ as these things only work for SOME people.
Thanks again

Comment by admin
2008-12-14 19:31:00

Hi Clive,
If you choose keywords well and use the tool correctly it should work for anyone and any site.
It’s based on a sound principle that everyone involved in “SEO” know to work and work well, hence there being more and more services that offer this.
cheers,
Matt

Comment by Clive Praed
2008-12-15 17:33:56

Hi Matt,
Therein lies the slight “hitch” πŸ˜†
I am totally clueless when it come to keywords.
I use the “zen keyword tool”.
1. Write the article or sales page.
2. Read it and see which words you’ve used most.
3. Those are my keywords.

Keyword tools are, and will always, remain a mystery to me. I have no idea what any of the ‘so-called’ results mean. :roll:

SEO? I’ll have to leave that to the the Marketing Genius’, I’m afraid. It’s taken me 4 years to even put in any Meta Tags. πŸ˜†

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Comment by admin
2008-12-21 14:53:02

Hi Clive,
If you’re just writing your articles naturally and not worrying about the keywords then you’re actually doing exactly what google say they want you to do, so you’re probably not going to go too far wrong.
The simplest way of looking at keywords is to simply think of what people looking for your service would probably type in to a search engine to find you…
just taking a few moments to plug those keywords in to the google external keywords tool will at least giuve you a clear idea of whether people are searching for those keywords – https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
more advanced keyword tools and services simply help you to narrow the list of possible keywords to use down to those that you are most likley to do well with, i.e. those that don’t have LOTS of competition.
cheers,
Matt

 
Comment by Bob Marconi
2009-04-16 13:55:21

Thanks for the video/information.
This looks like a very useful system and I wonder if it something for newbies – dislike that word – or only experienced bloggers ❓

Comment by admin
2009-04-19 20:22:29

Hi Bob,
the video shows how easy it is to set up, so even brand new bloggers should be bale to get it set up on their sites pretty quickly.
cheers,
Matt

 
 
Comment by Sergio
2009-04-17 12:39:54

Hi, the software seems working well.
But… there is one question that I am not clear.
It seems that all the links go to a page that has to be built. What is the usefulness of it?
What we need are links to our pages, specially the main page.

Could you elaborate on this?

Thank you,
Sergio

Comment by admin
2009-04-19 20:30:21

Hi Sergio,
If you watch the video you will see (about 1m 40secs in) that you can specify whether the incoming links go to your sites homepage or an internal page, or a combination of both.The links come from a “links” page.
hope this clarifies things. πŸ™‚
Matt

 
 
Comment by Gail Bottomley
2009-04-18 21:34:32

Hi Matt,
Brilliant us usual thank you for sharing…. dosent look too hard… will give it a go.
Regards
Gail πŸ™‚

 
Comment by Lionel
2009-04-21 08:34:42

Thanks for the information about how to get one way links, I found it very useful. Thanks.

 
Comment by ่john
2009-04-28 01:10:51

Brilliant us usual thank you for sharing…. dosent look too hard… will give it a go.
Regards

่john

 
Comment by javanx3d
2009-04-30 20:09:20

Great article! So how exactly do you ‘lose’ links if not paying the monthly fee? Didn’t seem clear to me, but your tool looks cool.
Cheers,
James

Comment by admin
2009-05-05 00:51:42

Hi James,
I’m not sure exactly how they do it, but it’s built in to the system, I spoke to the guy that designed the system and he told me about it.
it’s a fairly standard sales technique to keep people interested in being a paid member, but personally I don’t mind as long as the service provides the kind of results it has been for me so far!
πŸ™‚
cheers,
Matt

 
 
Comment by paul barton
2009-10-08 11:43:51

Hi Matt – firstly great to hear a UK voice on this subject. Great video – will have a look and put it into practice. I’ll let you know how the ranking and visits are impacted
paul

 
Comment by Richard Duszczak
2010-09-22 09:03:06

Hi Matt,
Only just found this very informative video.
Just tried the link ‘Get the One Way Backlinks System’ and there’s an error.
Do you know whether the software is still available?(I see the post is nearly a couple of years old.)
Best wishes,
Richard

 
Comment by admin
2010-09-22 15:00:28

Hi Richard,
please try it now – http://www.nurolinker.com
thanks!
Matt

 
Comment by Kumar Gauraw
2012-11-23 12:01:41

Thank you Matt. Very useful video. I will take a look at it and give it a shot soon as I am launching a new website next month that will be fit for purpose. Thanks again.

Regards,
Kumar

 

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