Buying Valuable Backlinks from BacklinkBuild

Buying Valuable Backlinks from BacklinkBuild

Do you feel like you’re doing all the right things for the purposes of search engine optimization but your efforts are coming up short? Maybe you’ve tried to promote your website through social media, but that’s not generating enough traffic either?

As you may already know, one of the most powerful elements of a successful SEO campaign is to acquire as many quality backlinks as possible. These help with your search engine rankings and they’re worth more when they come from higher ranked pages on the ‘net. It may take forever for you to acquire these backlinks organically, so that’s why you may want to consider a service like BacklinkBuild.

Over the course of this review, we’ll take a look at the different packages offered by BacklinkBuild and whether they are worth your hard-earned time and money.

Loading Up with PR5+ Backlinks

The primary product featured on the BacklinkBuild homepage is the sale of over 45 one-way backlinks coming from PR5+ websites.

Buying Valuable Backlinks from BacklinkBuild

These can work wonders in getting your website ranked for your chosen keywords and keyword phrases, especially since BacklinkBuild allows you to choose your anchor text. In fact, you can choose as many anchors as you’d like. These links are all do-follow and permanent.

While it may sound like BacklinkBuild will be placing these seemingly organic links inside websites in its network, you’ll notice the fine print in the footer of the page. In addition to manual text link placement, BacklinkBuild also uses “dofollow blog commenting.” Blog comments have some SEO weight, but they’re not as valuable as regular in-text links.

The price for “over 45” PR5+ backlinks is $295, down from their regular price of $465. That works out to about $6.50 per link.

The Social Bookmarking Phenomenon

If you didn’t know any better, you would assume that the PR5+ backlink package described above was the only package that BacklinkBuild had to offer. However, you’ll find three other options at the bottom of the page. One of these is the social bookmarking package.

Buying Valuable Backlinks from BacklinkBuild

With this, BacklinkBuild will submit your website to over 1,000 social bookmarking websites for SEO and traffic purposes. We assume that they’ll be using services like Reddit and StumbleUpon. You could certainly do this on your own, but it could be very time-consuming to do so.

The social bookmarking service from BacklinkBuild is $119.

Educational Exposure Too?

As difficult as it may be to acquire a good number of regular backlinks from regular websites, it is even more difficult to get these links from coveted GOV and EDU domains. These TLDs are heavily regulated, so only certain people and organizations can register for them.

Buying Valuable Backlinks from BacklinkBuild

Unlike the regular backlink package where the links are permanent, the EDU text link package from BacklinkBuild does not guarantee that these links are permanent; they’re only guaranteed to stay “live” for 30 days. BacklinkBuild does say that “most links are permanent,” but it’s a roll of the dice after 30 days.

Not surprisingly, the EDU link package is more expensive. There are four packages, ranging in price from $119 for the basic to $980 to the corporate. These work out to between $14 and $17 per link.

More Relevant Links to Your Site

The main PR5+ package may, as mentioned, make use of dofollow blog commenting to give you the 45 backlinks. The relevant link package, however, is more akin to a PayPerPost system.

Buying Valuable Backlinks from BacklinkBuild

For $189, BacklinkBuild will produce “unique articles optimized for SEO and containing anchored text links to your website.” The articles will then be published on PR3+ blogs on a permanent basis.

However, there does not seem to be explicit mention that you’ll get 12 unique articles for your 12 included text links. It’s very well possible that BacklinkBuild will only write two articles with six links each, isn’t it?

The Risks and Rewards of BacklinkBuild

Remember when Google cracked down on any site that sold paid text links? Remember how John got the smack down for running contests to acquire links back to his blog with a specific anchor text? Well, it may be possible that BacklinkBuild’s efforts could land you in the naughty books of Google, but it is also possible that Google won’t notice and assume that these inbound links are completely legitimate.

Such is the risk and reward of paid links. Proceed at your own discretion.


53 thoughts on “Buying Valuable Backlinks from BacklinkBuild”

  1. CredFollow says:

    Hi John,
    while users are allowed to choose their anchor text, are they also allowed to choose the websites to plzce the liks ?

    1. I think that would be highly unlikely…….

  2. Google not notice? Are you serious? After it got published here? Seems this service is a good way to ruin a promising web site in its infancy, as for dofollow blog commenting, I have this sort of people commenting all the time on my blog, but I remove their backlinks, by now I can smell a spammer 3 miles against the wind as we say in German. But no reason to worry, I am sure Matt C. and his team have already subscribed to this service and are now investigating exactly how, to where and from where they build there links, they are out ofbusiness soon, hopefully, SY
    PS Can you feel that, as a blogger, I really do hate spammers?

    1. Harry says:

      I like you. You’re not retarded.

      1. Benjamin Cip says:

        It’s obvious to me. You will never stop spammer anyways. Even non-spammer sometime write simillar same small sentence that can be seen as spam

    2. Google is not smart enough to know each link that paid link (base on my own experience) but yeah, once Google know your site use paid link , Your site will be in doom for sure.

      1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

        I believe that if you place the text link in your site naturally, Google might not notice about that’s a paid link? But that’s the risk, I prefer playing safe game and not to sell paid link.

    3. your darn right man! But I guess G and MC have an algorithm to control spams and penalized on their end and its by program. It is however, still in the control of the site owner if they will allow spammers on their sites. They have the option to control by using preventive measures like anti-spam plug-ins and the like.

    4. Patrick says:

      My first instinct is to not chance getting caught doing it. But you could just set up a test site and try it. If your site gets caught and disappears from search results then you know not to do it again.

  3. From my own experience this kind of services can do more harm than good. For example getting 45 high PR links to a fresh site will trigger a filter or penalty for sure been there, done that).

    1. Yeps, forgot that one in my rant, a certain surge of links and then noting will send you forever into the Big G sandbox, which is understandable in Googles eyes, because, if your content is so great that sites start to link to you, why do they suddenly stop to do that? SY

  4. Kajanova says:

    I’m gonna stay away from paid links.. I’m too worried that google with penalize me or the backlinks will become worthless or less valued over time, thus making my investment a waste of money.

    However, on the other hand. Good backlinks are hard to acquire. Sure, you could comment on forums or do follow blogs.. but those types of backlinks are not very valuable..

    I think the best method and your best bet is linkbait. Write good quality content and people will naturally want to see it and link it.

    1. Benjamin Cip says:

      Still you’ll have to compete with other blogs and will probably need good seo and why not ppc compagn to get targetted traffic effectively…

      1. Part of SEO is getting backlinks.

  5. How do these backlinks compare to buying from an arrangement of websites?

  6. blues says:

    I am in little doubt cause I hardly heard a bit good of it.

  7. Zee says:

    I still think going on personally to build backilnks is important, especially in a blogs early stages. Also, the price is too high for even PR5 backlinks. Should up it to PR9 and I’ll consider… πŸ™‚

    1. $295 for 45 pr 5 links to your site is too expensive? As long as they are legit and can be targeted, that is a deal.

  8. Hem… link business surely a risk business because google really hate it, but yeah — it is a great business regarding the earn.

    Btw, without risk there are no gain, isn’t it?

  9. Clarky says:

    Oh wow, this is really a very cool service, but I won’t try this. I have tried to buy do follow blog comments, but after one month, them did nothing for me. I was so mad with their working and asked for getting my money back.
    After that, I won’t trust any site selling do follow blog comments. I don’t care about this website is scam or not, because I won’t buy it.

  10. Kevin Pasco says:

    This seems like a pretty promising service although you’re pretty much going to land on Google’s “Naughty List” by this Christmas if you use it. Correct?

    1. ou don’t really know that you will end up on G’s bad list. Matt Cuts has more to do than sign up for every service like this, and there are plenty of them out there. There are all kinds of ways to get around Google.

      1. Matt is not alone, I am sure he has enough interns, students, job starters etc working with him πŸ˜‰ I think it was on his blog that I read some months ago that Google is more concentrating to find the source and then the web sites where Black Hat Seo is used. Means Big G is watching all this sites / services, observes what and how they do it and cracks down on everybody involved. Oh, and do you know how Google finds out? By actually reading web sites / blogs like Johns etc, SY

  11. Lee Ka Hoong says:

    Backlinks is very important for all the site to rank well in Google search engine, but buying paid links Google may ban us for no reason. I still prefer to build links slowly and naturally.

    1. I think the definition of natural backlinks is in question now. If you can write 10 articles a day because you are a super writer when someone else has brain freeze and can only write an article a week, what is natural.

      And what happens when something goes viral? You end up getting 1,000 links a day to something. How does Google know that’s natural?

    2. EarningStep says:

      agree with you lee. too much not natural link and google banned your site. that’s big risk when we have spend thousand of dollar for something but big risk

  12. Hot says:

    I think banning is the fear people don’t get paid link.
    you have done whole your business on illegal terms man..
    don’t you fear getting banned,…

  13. If there is one thing you should do to rank high in the search engine results, then that’s getting back links to your website.

    Packages like this will make Google take note of paid links. The best way to go around this is not to use all of the back links but some of them.

    That way, big G won’t find out. But then again, it’s expensive to pay for 45 back links and only using some of them.

  14. I think the bulk of these links are going to be comments posted on blogs on your behalf, by the look of it. How much value these guys will truly be offering is debatable, but I woiuld suggest you rather do your own link building than engage “pros” who are bound to do you more ahrm than good in the long run.

  15. BLOGERCISE says:

    It is highly likely that Google will catch up an penalise sites that get caught up in this sort of thing sooner or later.

    I also think that if you have to resort to buying links then there is probably something wrong with your site, and if there is something wrong with your site a few links won’t help.

    My most successful site has about 100,000 back links, none of which were paid for, and aside from an initial couple to kick things off, none were made by me. How does buying a handful of links make you competitive against a “good” site that does it naturally?

    Another disappointing promotional post :(.

  16. iHing says:

    I think good quality content and marketing your site is the way to go.

  17. Dean Saliiba says:

    I’m not bothered about PR, so this type of thing isn’t something I’d be interested in.

    1. Are you bothered with SERP? That is what you need backlinks for! SY

  18. How are these Backlinks any different from the ones Steve mentions in his clone cash system for $8?

  19. Jacob Godwin says:

    Someone mentioned it’s probably just a bunch of comments on several dofollow blogs. Anyone can do that.

    Why pay $100+ for some guy to do work you can do in about 45 minutes? Just Google “dofollow blog” and get to work.

    And if you’re really that lazy, contact me. I’ll gladly post a comments for you in 50 different blogs for $50. (BTW, that’s sarcasm!)

  20. Craig says:

    It would be interesting to see what sites the links are actually placed on…Do they tell you once you have purchased?

  21. Generally i avoid buying links, but yeah its true that for some highly competitive keywords we have to go for paid links.

  22. Chip says:

    I’m not gonna do this. Too dangerous. I’d rather do it manually.

  23. very gud… specially becoz it is customizable and we can choose exactly what kind of back-links we want to add .

    1. Yeah, say good bye to your trust rank then, SY

  24. Oh, and I just checked the domain in Google, 5 pages indexed, really impressive πŸ˜‰ SY

  25. videostar says:

    All natural processes are slow but safe.I prefer everything natural.

  26. I think this could work, but with this post, and buzz created through this, I’m sure Google employees are watching this. I say, if this gets saturated and a lot of people starts doing it then we’ll start seeing problems. If only few starts doing this then I suspect nothing bad will happen.

  27. “I believe that if you place the text link in your site naturally, Google might not notice about that’s a paid link? But that’s the risk, I prefer playing safe game and not to sell paid link.”

    I agree with this.

  28. Mladen says:

    Your post has been more than helpful but i prefer more natural backlinks…


  29. Jaron says:

    Great review of BacklinkBuild. I’m looking for some feedback on a backlink tracking tool that I recently created, and would love for your and your readers to provide some feedback on it.

    The free tool automatically checks to see if your backlinks are still live – no more wondering if the links you’ve purchased are still on the site months after you’ve gotten them. It also tracks the PR, URL, contact info, price paid, and more. All you have to do is provide a link in order to use the tool.

    You can find it at I look forward to hearing your feedback. Thanks!

  30. oes tsetnoc says:

    But i have read that buying backlink is not good.. basically google dont like it

  31. chester says:

    It’s a small financial risk but if Google started penalizing for buying links, then that would be devastating.

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