Don’t Buy Any More Links

September 30, 2010 by  Filed under: Search 

A lot of webmasters today are buying ways to improve their page rank in the search engines. If you are looking to buy paid link for SEO, then you might want to take a minute to read through this article. In this article, you will learn about the search engines view of using paid URLs, the downside to using bought link and what to do if you have too many of these.

Google has stated solely on its website that they are not in support of webmasters buying URLs to deceive the search engines. Google says that buying these to pass page rank ultimately dilutes the quality of a search result.

A search engine like Google can easily spot paid links that is pointing to a particular website. This has led Google to start cracking down on website’s that are notorious for buying one way links.

Google frowns on using any sort of paid linking method to manipulate rankings on the SERPs. Even though search engines may frown on it, I don’t think it completely eliminates the use of using bought links. The only downside to sold links is that if you are caught, you will sandboxed and de-indexed immediately.

The best method to using paid links is to make sure you use it sparingly. If you must use them, then you have to build them like natural links; one bought link at a time to make it look natural. it is advisable to use 1-3% of bought links for link building. So in case there is a clampdown on a website selling sold links, your site will not be adversely affected and won’t fall into the category of website’s buying links.

One of the questions I get asked by webmasters is how can they solve the problem of having too many paid links, so as to avoid been sandboxed by Google. Well, the only answer to that question is by building natural links, one link at a time. If you start building natural links now, you will have more natural links than paid links in no time.

If you are having a hard time building natural links to your site or you just don’t have the time, you can hire a link building firm that specializes in building natural one way links and are well versed in SEO methods. They are more experienced and they also know what the search engines are looking for.

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