I think this one is good. Go ahead with this and have more information about this site.
I stumbled on a new SEO service website a few weeks ago, The Backlink Builders - Buy Backlinks. I don't even remember how I got there. The website offered services for building back links with a very competitive price. Check out the price here:
1,000 Profile Backlinks - $9.99
3,000 Profile Backlinks - $19.99
5,000 Profile Backlinks - $29.99
10,000 Profile Backlinks - $49.99
They even had a live chat with the customer service using Meebo so that was a relief to actually talk to a real person behind a website.
Long story short, I decided to try them out and placed an order for the 1000 profile backlinks for only $9.99. I found out that they are using different databases for each of the packages above. So I thought I would try the 1000 first and when I'm satisfied I would go on with the next packet.
Turn around time was 5-7 days. I placed the order on 17 June 2010.
1st day passed. 2nd day. 3rd day.... 7th day still nothing. 8th day nothing...
When just today, 29 June I didn't get any reports from them, I went back to their Meebo live chat on their website and talked to their representative there.
Apparently they already sent the report on 21 June 2010, but it went into my spam box. That is only 4 days after I placed the order!! They were 1 day quicker than what they claimed to be their turn around time in their FAQ section.
I placed the order for my finance blog My Loans Consolidated with the anchor text "Student Loan Forgiveness" and it ranks on the first page of Google SERP... #9 as I am writing this post!
I'm gonna try this on my other domains and see if I can rank them too!
Is this service white hat or blackhat? In other words, do they use Xrumer or the like?
Looks like a great service, I understand what James Stein is saying, but still...wouldn't these links help if you use them to build links to sites that are linking to your site (rather than getting them directly to your actual site)?
I totally agree, James. There's profile building and then there's profile building. The only way you're going to get those links to be decent links that count is if you participate on the social sites where you create the profile(s).
I wouldn't get any profiles set up that I ultimately am going to not have control over, that just doesn't make sense. If they create a profile for you then you should have control over it.
I would totally want to create profiles at the sites listed at KnowEm Username Check - Secure your Brand or Online Identity on Social Media , for example, which are mainly the better social sites, the ones where you'd want to participate on a regular basis.
Sounds to me like that was worth the money. Just if you can get someone to actually do that participating for you then that would be worth paying more for....and I have some nice profiles that I participate in by making post, comments, making friends, and etc ...
Getting a load of links with in few days is not natural. You might rank well for now but later on they will drop also how competitive are those keywords you targeted?
Also those links are not relevant and not under your control. That is some thing you dont want to get.
I bought the 1,000 package as a test. Lets see how it goes.
On the other hand, it's a better stratgey to build for the long term. Even "building out" two profiles per month will give you 120 after five years.
Isn't natural linking done by average internet users only and non-natural linking what's done by webmasters?