Link Building Service
Links that grow your traffic
Our link building services are only available with a monthly commitment and cater to various clients, including other agencies, web design companies, and businesses lacking in-house teams or processes.
We focus on creating top-notch backlinks that have a lasting impact on both traffic and search engine rankings, with each link featured in high-quality content.
We ensure that every website and blog we collaborate with is genuine, rather than being part of a private blog network (PBN) that could potentially be penalized by Google. These sites have organic search traffic and each has a legitimate purpose beyond merely providing link-building opportunities.
We also offer HARO & Skyscraper link building
Full reporting of URL, anchor text, DA, DR & traffic
Link Building Prices
All link measurements come from SEM Rush, Ahrefs, and Moz.
Links range in cost from €250 to €450. All websites have traffic.
- 800 to 1,200 word post – depends on the website
- Niche Relevant Post
- White Label Reporting
- Niche Sites & High Authority Business/News Websites
- Keyword Researched Post
- 2 to 4 Weeks Average Delivery Time
How We Work
We have a simple process for managing your links:
Once you have paid for your order, you can either send us a sheet with your target URLs and anchors or enter the data on the dashboard.
We will create a sheet with all your current links from Ahrefs to avoid duplication of any domain you already have linking to you.
We will update this sheet as we place your posts.
Once all placements are complete, we will send you a white-label report with all the data.
This client has slowly been building 10 links per month. Over two years, they have gone from 400 to 20,000 organic visits per month.
They have also created great content during the period that we needed to point links to that now rank in Google, bringing 1,000s of potential customers each month to their website.
Read the case study to learn more.
Our SEO Link Building Experience
Our founder started building links in 2006 and has hardly taken a break since. We intimately understand quality metrics and anchor variation.
Talk to a Real Person
All orders are online – but we are happy to have a chat. You can get us during business hours, Monday to Friday.
We have been building links for years using Pitchbox, Mailshake, and Buzzstream and have organised all this data religiously.
Generating Increased Profit
Everything we do ties back into the bottom line. Our aim is always to generate and increase your profit.
Why Build Links?
Google was designed to use citations, a process the two founders took from their days at university. Published papers were considered more authoritative when they were referenced more often by other papers.
Simple? It was at the start. But there is a massive amount of money to be made online. Website owners quickly discovered how to game Google – then the battle began.
As expected, Google is winning. While winning this war, they have contributed to making the content on websites hugely better than it was 10 or even 5 years ago.
In 2007, you could publish a 300-word blog post in the morning and have it rank on the first page later that day. You could submit your domain name to hundreds of “business directories” and increase the rankings of your website. The same goes for lots of other black hat and low-quality link building methods.
At the same time, it was well known that exact match anchor text would boost your ranking massively. Internal, deep links pointing to internal pages were not the norm.
All the above is now truly dead. In fact, using these methods now will result in lost rankings, less traffic, and maybe even a manual penalty.
Too many exact match links today will drop that page on the search engine results page. Private blog networks are another risk. Google dislikes PBNs and will de-index them as it finds them. Google is clear that these methods violate their webmaster guidelines.
The same is valid for paid links. Google even has a page to report paid links and other spam. Would your competitors use this to kill your rankings and traffic if they could?
Let’s move on from the scary past (and sometimes present) to what works today.