Linkbuilding Ideas – Utilizing Seo Linkvine Backlinks Building Software

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Linkbuilding ideas are a dime a dozen. Just Google “linkbuilding” and you’ll get all kinds of lists of ways to build links.

The problem is, most of them aren’t worth the trouble to create them. For linkbuilding to be effective, you need to have real content out there, on solid, fairly high page rank blogs or websites, with a lot of similar or related content. And your content needs to have anchor text links in it feeding people to your money site and associated other content.

What’s more, you need a variety of content. You can’t rely on just articles or just blog posts or just videos or just blog commenting. You have to mix it up or Google will see it for what it is. Self-promotion.

So I’m going to give you a series of linkbuilding articles that show you exactly what I’m doing and how I’m building links for my clients and for my own Internet Marketing websites.

Here is the first one on using SEO Linkvine to create lots of backlinks.

It is really a lengthy slow-moving procedure creating backlinks manually. That’s why I use automation. It gets links built fast.

But if I’m going to use automation to build links, I’m going to do it smart. The wrong way to use automation to build links is using some SEO software that submits the same content to a bunch of worthless aticle sites no one ever heard of.

The smart way is to put “spun” articles out on the Internet on real blogs or website with related content. So how do you do that automatically?

What I do to get spun article backlinks

I produce lots of content articles. And I use the best article spinner to create multiple, unique versions of them. But placing them on standard article sites such as Article Dashboard and ArticlesBase took way too much time and ultimatel, because just about all your content articles tend to be originating from a handful of URLs, the search engines quit paying much interest. I required a method to get them distributed on actual weblogs all over the web.

My new secret weapon is called SEO Linkvine. SEO Linkvine has two offerings. You can sign up to get unique, related content posted to any blog or website you own automatically; or you can post spun articles on the site and get other people to automtically post your articles on their websites or blogs.

Pretty darn slick.

Getting your content posted automatically…

To get your content posted on other people’s weblogs, you merely upload your articles and pick the various categories you believe your article is suitable for. You only want to upload articles that are spun so each uploaded article will be unique.

You can do that one of two ways. You can spin it using SEO Linkvine’s spinning tool or you can use your own article spinner and upload the spun version. I prefer the latter. Using The Best Spinner is much easier and faster than using SEO Linkvine’s spinner and I can use the spun article for other purposes.

Then you choose how many times per day you’ll allow the article to get posted and you can set the maximum number of times you’ll allow it to get used. I love having that kind of control over my link building campaign.

Your article is then submitted to everyone that is interested in articles in the categories you chose. They either have their choices set to automatically upload your article to their website or they may manually approve it.

To give you an idea of the effectiveness of this method, here’s a screenshot of my dashboard (click the image to see it big enough to read):

SEO Linkvine dashboard showing how many articles have been posted

As you can see, it shows when the articles were uploaded and how many times the article has been posted. And the beauty of it is, these articles are posted organically, randomly, naturally. I’m not posting them. Other people all over the Internet are choosing to post my articles on their blogs. And that’s how Google will see it. And that’s how we want Google to see it.

Getting new content for your websites

Getting unique content automatically uploaded to your website or blog is even easier. All you have to do is set up your blog with an author account and register that author account with SEO Linkvine. Then you just pick the categories you’re interested in and wait for the articles to get submitted to you.

You have the option to have them just automatically post to your website or blog without looking at them but I highly recommend against it. My experience has been that some of these people are just not trustworthy and will submit absolute garbage or totally unrelated articles to your blog. And you can’t afford that.

Here’s a look at the dashboard for submissions for my websites (again, click the image to read it):

SEO Linkvine dashboard showing content submitted for my websites

Just make sure you set it to have every article approved and then once a day or once every couple of days, drop in, check out the articles that have been submitted, and either approve them or reject them. But make sure you look at them before you make your decision. Once you approve them, they’ll be automatically uploaded to your blog.

All I can say is that this is the easiest way I know of to get your content distributed. (Well, that’s no entirely true. I just discovered that The Best Spinner offers something similar now but that’s another blog post.)

If you want to read another SEO Linkvine review, just click this link. Or, if you want to go to their website and check it out for yourself, click here: SEO Linkvine

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About the Author:

Bob McClain or WordsmithBob, is a retired website copywriter in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. He has focused on developing new, more effective approaches to web writing, web content, web copywriting and Search Engine Optimization. Starting with a BA in Technical Communication and a minor in Creative Writing from Metro State University in St. Paul, McClain has worked diligently to end the use of "corp-speak" and "technospeak" online. His approach is to “humanize” the Web, using real information to guide people to buy rather than turning websites into advertisements that people can easily ignore.
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  1. Nigel Evans from Internet Marketing for Small Business  August 5, 2010

    We are starting to move slowly away from conventional article marekting with our clients and toward a more web2.0 approach, including blog syndication. It looks like the more interaction (comment trails etc) the better according to the new Google algorithm.

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