Buying Quality Backlinks with SEO Link Wheelers

All the regular readers of John Chow dot Com will know that John has been known to use some so-called “black hat” methods when it comes to search engine optimization and making money online. Even so, these methods may not always work and it’s very possible that you could face certain punishments from Google if you do.

That’s why it may be a more prudent option to use the services offered by SEO Link Wheelers. Over the course of this review, we’ll take a look at what they do, why you might want to hire them, and how much it all costs.

Creating One-Way Backlinks

As you may already know, there are countless different strategies and tactics that you can employ to get your site skyrocketing to the top of Google. Part of it has to do with on-page monetization, but getting those valued backlinks directed at your site using the right anchor text can have the biggest impact.

And that’s where this SEO service comes into the picture. You won’t find anything too complicated or overwhelming with what SEO Link Wheelers brings to the table. What they do is “handle the tedious, boring work of creating one-way backlinks.”

You have to remember that one-way backlinks are much more valuable than link exchanges. It’s also important that these links come from legitimate sources that have not been flagged by Google as spam sites. That’s why they use what they call “link wheels,” helping to maintain the legitimacy and value of each outbound link (or inbound link, from your perspective).

Analyzing for the Right Keywords

One of the first things that you’ll want to do before you sign up for the SEO Link Wheelers service is to use the free site analysis. The basic version can be accessed from the main page, inserting your site’s domain into the domain as depicted above.

For the sake of his review, I entered MichaelKwan.com. This is the basic analysis, but you can also submit your e-mail address for a fuller report. Looking at the basic analysis, it seems I have quite a varied source of traffic. Some people appear to be looking for me, but others are interested in the 300 movie, “sic” grammar concerns, and Kid Carson.

The analysis is able to show you what keywords are currently bringing the most traffic to your site, but you can always request that SEO Link Wheelers focus on other keywords or keyword phrases. If you have a car buying site, for example, you might tell them to focus on “used cars” or some variation.

US-Based Link Building Firm

If you’re thinking that you can get the same kind of service outsourced somewhere else, SEO Link Wheelers is quick to point out that they are different from the rest of the crowd. The developers “were tired of paying some foreign company money on PayPal, hoping they would get back to us. We could never talk to anyone on the phone, and we were just happy if we got half of what we paid.”

By contrast, this SEO service is completely US-based and you can actually talk to someone on the phone if you have any questions or concerns. After placing an order, you also gain access to the project management system so you can see exactly what’s happening and when you should expect to see results. In general, the links you order will be up within a week and you could see search ranking improvements in less than a month.

How Much Does It Cost?

Well, that depends on how many targeted one-way backlinks you want to have.

At the moment, SEO Link Wheelers has three price plans for you to consider. The $479 Gold package is the most popular and offers a total of 74 links. Most of these are sponsored blog posts (perhaps through places like SocialSpark), while others come from web 2.0 properties, PR sites, and custom YouTube videos.

Stepping up, you can get 119 links with the $664 platinum package or you can step down to the $379 silver package for just 37 links. Each of these come with certain restrictions as to the number of keywords and URLs, so you’ll want to factor that into your decision making process too.

Rolling with the Link Wheel

No matter what your school of thought when it comes to search engine optimization, it really does boil down to the number and quality of links that are directed toward your site. SEO Link Wheelers helps to build that up for you using completely white hat methods. This way, you won’t get the smackdown from Google for trying to game the system.

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51 thoughts on “Buying Quality Backlinks with SEO Link Wheelers”

  1. Dino Vedo says:

    Interesting stuff, definitely may give them a try in the future!

    Thanks!

    1. PPC Ian says:

      I agree! Seems like an interesting service. I have seen them advertising a lot on affiliate marketing blogs. I wonder if they just create all the links at once or space them out over time?

    2. dotCOMreport says:

      They are definitely worth considering. Although you should not leave everything about your site’s SEO to someone else.

      1. This service isn’t leaving everything SEO to someone else. it’s just another tool in the shed.

    3. Kirk Taylor says:

      Why wouldn’t you try them right now if you think this company is worth it?

      1. They may be worth considering but trying them out is not free. Or is it? Futhermore
        I’m a bit skeptical about services like that. In a way you’d be paying to get links and that is what Google can punish you for.

        1. I don’t know if they really consider this paid links. You’re just outsourcing some link building to a service. it’s just someone else doing the grunt work.

  2. sari says:

    gretings .
    good article .
    thanks for info .
    be success .

    1. Did you write this through as telegraph? It would be nice to get some real input and real participation. One to three word sentences and 4 of them saying nothing.

      Surely you can do better.

      1. Agreed lol. Maybe he was so stunned with the information he just read that he could not think of anything else, therefore it resulted in verry few words. Who knows. 😛

        Nice article, though the keyword tool does not work for me, it says I need to contact them for the information. =(
        Anyways, I can’t afford these things right now, so I’d be better of just working my way around the Internet manyally creating the backlinks myself.

        Have a great day!
        //Alexander.

  3. I have a plan to migrate to hire some link building services and it seems SEO Link wheelers are doing providing quality services. Will check their pros and cons and will give them a try. Thanks for the review.

    1. PPC Ian says:

      Sathish, please report back here how your experience with Link Wheelers goes, if you have a chance.

    2. Kirk Taylor says:

      You might consider doing a guest post with your results here. That could be extra benneficial

      1. I guess that a guest post like that would have to report on very positive results. I’m not sure that many people would want to read a sad story.

        On the other hand John is very open-minded and as long as the guest post is giving value he will still post it here.

  4. Simon Bunker says:

    Interesting article. Has anyone actually got experience of using them? and would they be prepared to share the results?

    1. Kirk Taylor says:

      Great comment. I would enjoy seeing others produce their unbiased results

    2. Michael Kwan says:

      I believe Shoemoney used them for one of his sites and he sounds happy about it.

  5. Alex Neill says:

    Hey John a little pricey, but I can totally see the reason why Link Wheelers would be excellent for seo purposes, in the meantime I guess I just gotta find those links myself! Alex

  6. Kirk Taylor says:

    Does anyone believe that you can organically grow your audience anymore? Do you have to spend money to ultimately get the major traffic?

  7. fas says:

    I think the link price for John Chow readers seem quite reasonable.

    1. Kirk Taylor says:

      If you can prove a great return than it’s a great price. Are you going to try it out?

  8. Donny Gamble says:

    These are 1,000’s of these types of services especially on places like the Warriorforum. The only probably is that you can only use them once to be effective

  9. Sounds good allright, but the price is a lot, would want to be getting serious results

  10. Hey guys, thanks for the comments.

    @alex Neill
    We have an eBook on our site that shows you how you can build link wheels yourself, but if you’re like us, you probably don’t want to write 116 articles by hand, which is why we started this service.

    @Donny
    You’re 100% right. There are a lot of companies on Warrior Forum selling something very similar. The main difference between those guys and us is we are here for the long-term. We are a US-based company, you can call us on the phone (352) 509-5736. We are constantly revising and improving our link building methods, and offer you a 100% replacement on any links we build. If you find a dead link, let us know and we’ll replace it free of cost.

    @Dutchys
    Once our clients buy, they stay with us because they’re getting great results. On almost all packages, we increase our clients’ rankings and if we don’t see any movement we’ll help you investigate the cause and get it fixed. It could be onsite, it could be offsite, whatever it is, our goal is to make you happy.

    1. I was really excited when I saw this service because I work for a SEO firm with dozens of clients. We link building an article writing in a similar method, but not nearly to the same extent.

      Unfortunately, I have not been able to get into contact with anyone from SEO Link Wheelers. I have sent at least 3 e-mails with no response. I have also called and left a message several times – not one time has anyone answered.

      I desperately would love to find a link building service that does what SEO Link Wheelers claims to do… If I get a call back, I’ll sign up today! Anyone else had any luck getting in contact with these guys?

  11. Hmm,

    Definitely seems interesting. Are you sure that it is 100% white hat though? I see that they use sponsored blog posts in the link wheel.

    Will Google ban you if they see you have been buying links in the form of a sponsored review?

    Other than that, it seems they do provide reasonable prices for this service. It strikes me as something you don’t want to do too often, but if it is truly white hat, I could see how it could help your position in the serps.

  12. Allen Walker says:

    The service looks interesting, but a bit pricey… I don’t use link wheels though…

  13. I was under the impression that if Google discovers that you are paying for links then there is a chance of being banned.

  14. Mary says:

    Blogs usually start of with a PR 5 from Google when they are brand new. The same results can be achieved just by writing the same articles on your own blog, and waiting a few months. This system offers “paid links,” which Google penalizes your blog for by banning it, and what’s worse is those links are only PR 3. I guess PR stands for PooR.

    1. John Chow says:

      Don’t know where you think blogs start with a PR5. Why don’t you set up a blog now and tell me what the PR is? If it’s a 5, I’ll give you $5,000. Every site starts off at PR0.

      1. Abhik says:

        Correction..
        Every site starts with PR N/A

        1. Abhik is right on this one. I’m sure that John knows this. He’s so removed from no rank that zero seemed like nothing which it normally is but in this case zero is already a rank while N/A is not ranked at all.

      2. Craig White says:

        John,
        I was on Fiverr today and there is some one that says he will get you 7393 back links to your blog for $5 bucks. What is your thoughts on doing something like this.
        Craig

  15. Abhik says:

    I must say, the prices are too higher than the competitors..

  16. To be honest, Links wheels are history but they do works if done right. Only 1 link from a 2.0 site can move your site’s ranking up big time and its my personal experience.

    The prices, well they are very high.

    1. If the links work that great as you say, which is very doubtful, why are Link Wheels a history?

      Is it the price?

  17. GTA 5 says:

    At first I thought it was kind of expensive but finally it’s a big work very efficient quickly. I think it’s more dedicated to firms, it’s not really suited to common bloggers ^^

  18. Best Media says:

    Still not sure if buying links is a good idea, organic link building is far better.

  19. Hey, it may be worth a shot. I’ve spent $850 on 100 articles and then had to do all the submitting work myself.

  20. Hey guys, thanks for the great comments!

    1) Our service is geared towards firms/site owners who are currently either doing manual link building or using random outsourced teams and are frustrated with not dealing with a reputable, trusted company.

    2) We own our network of content sites and use our services on our sites so we can ensure they will work for you. Our service is nothing more than sites like Izea.com, SponsoredReviews.com where we aggregate this to a massive site network of sponsored articles. You are never buying a link from us, we are simply offering an article writing service that’s crafted around “link wheels” to maximize your link juice. Also, all of our reviews are objective in nature.

    3) Our prices do first appear high, but if you consider that we offer assurances. You work will be completed on time, we will replace links, and we stand behind our work (plus the fact you can call us), we think our prices are much more reasonable than other “SEO Experts” that charge $150/hr.

    1. Thanks for the explanatory comment about your company.

      I don’t know who in their right mind would pay for these services by the hour. Who cares how much time is spent on this, everyone wants results.

  21. Shoemoney used them?

    I thought Shoemoeny is against SEO proactises etc… 🙂

  22. It would be of great help.. I would give a try at the earliest possible.

  23. nintendo 3ds says:

    This is news to me. For what I heard recently was that google can understand if the links are paid or not. It finds out that you’ve purchased links, the site gets a serious beating.

    So I am intrigued and confused as to what to do next.

  24. Bank says:

    Price isn’t very high, especially in gold and platinum package. In Poland we have similar services, price is ~ half of this price, but PR is between 0-3 (sometimes 4). My doubt is about quality of these articles and (especially) reviews. 200 words is very short article…

  25. DUBturbo says:

    There is a definite benefit to getting as many one-way inbound links as possible. However, I would be too freaked out that Google would somehow find out my site(s) were part of a link wheel to use this service. Does this company own all of these domains or do they work with other site owners? Also, I wonder if they add all of these new links over a good chunk of time so as not to give a red flag to Google.

    – Andrew

  26. Jimmy says:

    thanks John for sharing that.. SEO Linkwheeler is god for making quality backlinks

  27. i may try this one as i need quality backlinks…

  28. The price isn’t real high when we are getting something really into the same niche. Good service, a worth try.

  29. Neon SRT4 says:

    Really i am looking for quality backlinks. This is a Lot high cost. Normally, if we do link wheel backlinks method, how can we increase rankings?

  30. We all know the importance of quality back links and I found the free analysis to be very helpful, thanks.

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