Do you find your brain shutting down and fingers cramping up over the thought of writing countless 400 word articles just to build a few more measly backlinks back to your site? Fortunately, the amazingly simple to use Linkvana system streamlines the entire backlinking process to make your SEO life easier and most importantly, it gets you the search engine ranking results you want for ALL your sites. In fact, you can choose to barely lift a finger at all and sit back and relax while Linkvana does all the heavy lifting for you. In this Linkvana review, I’m going to show you how this backlinking system works and how you can take advantage of it.
- Get the BEST Type of Backlinks – Contextual backlinks with YOUR anchor text, drip fed over time to a diverse set of high quality blogs.
- Spend Less Time Writing – Linkvana posts only need to be 100-150 words long.
- Be Lazy! – Outsource your writing tasks to Linkvana’s writers for just $2 per post.
- Scalable – Add every one of your sites in the system so they can all get great rankings.
- Completely Whitehat – Linkvana has strict quality control so Linkvana blogs only contain quality posts.
How It Works
Linkvana has a very slick web based interface and it’s very easy to get started. Linkvana uses the concept of project to organize everything. You can have one project per domain and you are allowed to create unlimited projects in the system. Inside each project you need to add your links on a particular domain using url|anchor text format.
To create your posts, click on the big Post button and where you just need to type in your Post Title and Post content. You will also see all the available links you’ve added to the project in a dropdown and it’s a snap to add the particular link you want to your post. You can add one link per posts and posts only need to be short blurbs that are 100-150 words long. As you will soon find out, writing shorter posts like this is MUCH easier then writing longer articles.
Of course, Linkvana does support posting articles as well. Articles have to be a minimum of 250 words long, but you are allowed to include up to 3 links in articles. There are certain times when you have something longer you want to post, so having this available is a nice feature as well.
Once you’re done with your posts, they will enter into the queue. All posts and articles are manually reviewed so that the quality of the Linkvana network can be maintained. They are very strict about this and you can’t use any spun, duplicate or PLR type content in your posts. Once accepted your posts will then be drip fed into the Linkvana network at the rate of about 2-5 posts per 24 hour period per project. This allows you to keep your link building activities natural to the search engines and ensures that your site’s rankings will improve instead of being sandboxed.
If you really want to sit back, relax and enjoy a completely automated backlinking solution, Linkvana can provide that for you as well. As a member, you can make use of Linkvana’s team of writers and outsource the writing of posts and articles to them. Each post costs $2 and $10 per article. While you can definitely get articles done elsewhere for cheaper, $2 per post is a decent deal. Once the money starts rolling in from your now high ranking sites, using the Linkvana outsourcing solution is a good way to scale up your backlinking needs with a minimal amount of effort on your part.
At $147 a month, Linkvana might not seem cheap on the surface. But think about this a bit. If you actually use the system to build 10 links a day, you’ll get 300 fresh backlinks a month which comes out to be just $0.49 per backlink! That’s a steal and the more backlinks you create, the more cost effective it becomes. You will also discover that writing these short 100 word posts is much easier than writing full articles, so building backlinks becomes a much less tedious process then before. Linkvana is definitely a worthy investment, and I highly recommend that you give the service a try.