Links That Rank is a paid-for link building service.
After many years of optimising web sites I would instinctively say that backlinks should not be paid for – but in the case of Links That Rank, I am willing to make an exception.
Why? – because search engines like Google don’t like paid links, in fact, in some cases they will penalise you for it so it is best to avoid them whenever you can. This applies even if no actual money has changed hands, for example, if the link was given in exchange for a favour although as long as the link comes from a site that is relevant; one of your suppliers perhaps, then it should be OK.
I’ve looked after hundreds, if not thousands, of websites and I reglularly check the Google Search consoles of my clients. There is a section in there called “manual actions” which is where Google would list any such penalties as a response for unnatural backlinks, i.e. links that have been purchased. Only rarely have I seen such penalties and that was in cases where there had been blatant and large scale link purchasing. I’m not saying you shouldn’t worry about it but, if done sensibly and carefully, purchasing links can work – just don’t overdo it.
The world wide web is built on the premise that web pages link to other web pages which are relevant to them. These links will occur, for the main part, naturally and will normally enhance the ranking of the recipient site(s) in search engine listings.
But what happens when they don’t?
What is the problem when a perfectly good website sinply cannot get a prominent position in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages) – even if it has some links pointing to it? In many cases this is simply because, although your website might be great and have some good links, your competitors are just that little bit better so they still out perform you.
Backlinks to a website are a bit like social media “likes” – they are nice to have but they do not necessarily offer any real advantage in terms of overall website visibility unless they are accompanied by other favourable actions such as an engagement with your content, (clicking on a link, liking, etc). However, good quality links from relevant websites with a higher level of authority than your own will almost always improve your own site’s Authority and help you to move upwards in the page rankings. for that reason, link building is a worthwhile, albeit quite time consuming, activity.
What you need are good quality backlinks from high authority donor sites and they are notoriuosly hard to come by. Until, that is, “Links That Rank” come into the picture.
Here is a source of good quality links that are specially selected for your site. All necessary precautions have been taken to ensure that the links are ompatible with your site’s content and that penalties will not be incurred. Links That Rank is a very high quality service that I strongly recomment you have a look at.
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Links That Rank, Summary
This is a professional service that builds high quality links that will enhance your website’s visibility considerably. If all you want is lots of poor quality links then this is not the service for you. Regard this as an investment in your business, i.e. one that you have to pay for, and the chances are that you will not be disappointed but give it time, this should be regarded as a long-term project and not a quick fix strategy for poor quality website performance.
A good backlink profile will not guaratee you a prominent position in search engine results unless it is combined with good, up-to-date content, properly constructed and optimised pages and a good look and feel to the site.
By using a service like this alongside an effective SEO strategy you should be able to keep yourself on page one of search engine’s results for most, if not all, of the search phrases that you want to target.