should I buy one way links to my website ?

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Hello to all forum members,

My name is beny dar and I have a question about promoting my website. :wink:

I'm new at the seo world and I'm trying all methods, one after other to promote my website.

The first one I'm trying in order to create real traffic is buying one way links to my website (which as much as I know will also increase my future pagerank).

I searched for a website that will allow me to automatic put links to my website at a reasonable price (because all the free ones are low quality) , and I found this website http://www.asalinks.com which seems to be ok for me - because as I readed it allow me to buy links on high pagerank pages immediatly, but I wanted to know if anyone used this website? and what you generally think about buying links from webpages ?

Thank you all,
Beny Dar.
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Never Buy a links.

One-way links or Non reciprocal links says, you get a link without having to give a link back. One-way links when a person links his website to yours without asking for a link in return, then it is known as a One Way Link. These links are the best way to have inbound links without giving out or trading links from your site to outside sites, as they do not look like a reciprocal link exchange. These give the appearance of natural link building process and are the best way to increase the link popularity of the site by getting relevant links for the site. One-way links count a lot more than swapping links. There are two main advantages to non-reciprocal links as opposed to reciprocal links, the first is that these links will hold more weight, as they aren't reciprocated (the search engines can detect whether links are reciprocal) and the second advantage is that they don't have to be monitored as closely as reciprocal links.

To Improve Your Page Rank:
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2. Article Submission
3. Press release
4. Reciprocal Link Exchange Services

benydar wrote:
Hello to all forum members,

My name is beny dar and I have a question about promoting my website. :wink:

I'm new at the seo world and I'm trying all methods, one after other to promote my website.

The first one I'm trying in order to create real traffic is buying one way links to my website (which as much as I know will also increase my future pagerank).

I searched for a website that will allow me to automatic put links to my website at a reasonable price (because all the free ones are low quality) , and I found this website http://www.asalinks.com which seems to be ok for me - because as I readed it allow me to buy links on high pagerank pages immediatly, but I wanted to know if anyone used this website? and what you generally think about buying links from webpages ?

Thank you all,
Beny Dar.
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benydar wrote:
Hello to all forum members,

My name is beny dar and I have a question about promoting my website. :wink:

I'm new at the seo world and I'm trying all methods, one after other to promote my website.

The first one I'm trying in order to create real traffic is buying one way links to my website (which as much as I know will also increase my future pagerank).

I searched for a website that will allow me to automatic put links to my website at a reasonable price (because all the free ones are low quality) , and I found this website http://www.asalinks.com which seems to be ok for me - because as I readed it allow me to buy links on high pagerank pages immediatly, but I wanted to know if anyone used this website? and what you generally think about buying links from webpages ?

Thank you all,
Beny Dar.


Do not involve in buying or selling links........it may not help you but can harm your site a lot as its violation of webmaster guidelines.

http://www.google.com/support/webmaster ... swer=66736
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I asked asalinks.com about this issue, and they emailed be that they currently removed their links from all of their's publishers websites so google will not connect them to these bought links and therefor nobody can know that these links bought by them because there is no sign to their name.

Is this correct or just some invention tey made?
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I would never by links for the purpose of increasing Pagerank or serp positioning. I would never buy from a company that sells links based on them telling you they will help increase your Pagerank or serp positioning.

I do buy links though...a lot of them. Now these links are for advertising purposes only. Will they help my free search positioning, probably, will they help increase my Pagerank...possibly...but they are on related sites that get a lot of traffic! And these sites that I have these links bring me a lot of traffic which I get great conversion rates from.

Don't be afraid to buy links, just buy them for the right reason.
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benydar wrote:
The first one I'm trying in order to create real traffic is buying one way links to my website (which as much as I know will also increase my future pagerank).


The Backlinks might not be a useful resource for attracting traffic as you are contemplating, but would help you to get identified by Search Engines more frequently. This would thereby improve your rankings, which is the most likely benefit of links.


It is perfectly fine to buy the service which purports to getting you links. Should you buy links from high page rank pages, I would suggest that you consider the duration of the links, since it is limited to a few weeks or a few months.

Be informed that no links would last forever, but should be in place for considerable time to benefit you.
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Backlinks are important to get good rankings in search engines. But what about traffic and visitors, I would suggest buying links from the website which can give you relevant visitors and traffic to your website. Otherwise, it would be useful to buy a link.
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mit wrote:
Backlinks are important to get good rankings in search engines. But what about traffic and visitors, I would suggest buying links from the website which can give you relevant visitors and traffic to your website. Otherwise, it would be useful to buy a link.


Why to go for buying links as they do not help to rank better and also buying or selling link is violation of webmaster guidelines and may harmful for your site.......I think we should focus on getting relevant links in different ways..................like linkk exchange, submissions etc......
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coolslko wrote:
Why to go for buying links as they do not help to rank better and also buying or selling link is violation of webmaster guidelines and may harmful for your site.......I think we should focus on getting relevant links in different ways..................like link exchange, submissions etc......


Yes! Relevancy is very important, I would not mind to buy link (sponsor) if I'll get relevant clicks/visitors from a website, but that's should be in genuine way.

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