Backlinks are the master of ranking a site on Google First Page. This is the main part of SEO. If you want to make your business very strong and want to run your website business very quickly then you must need Backlinks to build up your site. A professional Site is dependent on Google Friendly Backlinks.
Paid link-building is taboo in most SEO circles. It’s talked about in hushed tones (if it’s talked about at all). Most SEOs won’t admit to doing it. Reputable SEO outright condemn paid link buildings, and with good reason Google’s stance is crystal clear:
To buy or sell the links is a violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and will result in a penalty if you are caught.
For those reasons, this post is not intended to promote the paid link building, nor do I personally endorse buying links. However, you choose to buy links is ultimately your decision. But be warned that paid links attract a high level of scrutiny and the risk to reward ratio is rarely worth it. To give my stance, you can imagine my surprise when my colleagues and I polled 628 different businesses and discovered:
● 22 percent still pay for the links without disclosure.
● 37 percent pay for legitimate links
Naturally, those results prompted me to dig deeper into paid link building. I wanted to know:
● Why do SEO and other business owners still buy links?
● What do they consider to be effective and paid link building strategies?
● Do paid links work?
Read on to learn what I discovered.
Do Paid Links Work?
The effectiveness and work of paid links is still hotly contested. It is something like some businesses are managing to blend links to buy strategies with organic link building strategies to make a great effect.
We have already discovered that 78 percent of businesses owners buy legitimate paid links. To consider them to be efficient backlink building opportunities. Similarly, more than 69 percent of businesses using paid links and buying considered their campaigns to be efficient, according to our poll.
Although the reported success rate is surprisingly high, then the threat of a Google penalty is significant and quite real. If you are considering buying links, just make sure you understand the risks and consider the potential impact on your long term SEO before purchasing.