Affordable link building service?

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Hi!

Where can I find a reliable, fair company this regard? Too much supply in this market is.

Does anyone have experience in this respect?

Thank you in advance for your comments!
 

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Hi weekhost,

I would not advise using any of these link building services, they were once great at manipulating Google rankings but no longer.
Google knows all the little tricks people use and have changed the algorithm to shut this sort of thing down.

Google will hit your site with penalties or even sandbox it for a period of time making you almost invisible in the listings.

Forget trying to cheat the system as it will do more harm than good long term and just focus on natural organic link growth which is what Google likes to see. If 2000 links to your site appear over night it will have the opposite effect to what you want to achieve.

As the old saying goes " Cheaters never win " :think:
 

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Never get link building services from Fiverr or ultra-cheap freelancers. I've seen some freelancers doing link building for something like $5/hour. An average (experienced!) SEO marketer would cost about $18/hour minimum.

The only thing you should expect from Fiverr or ultra-cheap link building services is a penalty.

Also, always use known SEOers or established agencies. Check their reviews, check their portfolio, CAREFULLY check and review their application/pitch. Nobody can guarantee a position in search results. Nobody can guarantee a certain number or percentage of visits. Always be careful of any kind of guarantees. There can't be many guarantees in SEO. The algorithms are always changing and updating (even in real-time, through machine-learning algorithms) so there can't be any guarantees.

Like you said, there's been an influx of SEO "gurus/ninjas/experts/masters" lately, and they are all, to be frank, shit. Some of them (mostly from Asia) don't even speak/write proper English. How can you expect a good SEO campaign from someone that doesn't even know English?

The problem is that a random business owner doesn't know much about SEO, and can easily make the mistake of hiring an inexperienced person.

My team can do organic, white-hat, quality link-building services, but we aren't cheap :)

Which services in particular are you looking at?
 
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Best to DIY, but if in a rush then sure, you can hire someone, just be sure to do your DD first.
 

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Hello,

Thank you very much for the useful answers!:)
 

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You are welcome! Glad to help. :)
 

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A word of advice for anyone thinking about buying a link building service. Just make sure that whatever person, company, service or whatever you are using is completely trustworthy and not building links that could potentially ruin your domain/website.

Always remember that you are trusting whoever is doing this service to not do harm to your site/domain. A penalized website/domain can do a lot of harm...

I am not saying not to do it but just make sure that whoever you have do this is worth trusting the future of your website.domain. ;)
 
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