One of the best ways to build links to your website today is
through private blog networks. Many marketers have used automation
software like SENuke X, Scrapebox, and XRumer over the last few
years to gain an edge over other marketers in the constant quest to
build links. While this type of link building may have their
place, Google has caught on to these link building spam strategies,
and they are simply not as effective as they used to be. For this
reason, we need to find other ways to build links!
Private blog networks have grown in popularity over the last few
years. There are probably hundreds of these networks now. Most of
us have never heard of most of them, but there are a few networks
that most everyone knows about.
Private blog networks are more effective today because they are
established in a way that makes them more SEO friendly to the
search engines. These networks are setup so that you have 100 to
1000 or more blogs in a private network of blogs only known to the
owners and users of the network. Each blog is setup on separate C
class IP addresses so that it looks like the blogs are coming from
different IP addresses. You can setup a hosting account like this
through Hostgator or other hosting services.
Most people aren’t going to take the time to setup their own
private blog networks, so here are the blog networks I recommend:
Build My Rank
Build my rank is one of the most popular blog networks available
today. Subscribers sign up for an account where they can link up
to five different domains for $59 per month. You can post up to 10
times per day per domain. Each post must be at least 150 words.
Once the post is completed, it goes out to a random blog on their
network. The links will go to pages with a PR 1 to PR 6! This
will help you get serious rankings in Google!
The only downside to this network is that you cannot send spun
content to thousands of directories, and it is time consuming to
write all of these posts.
Authority Link Network
This network is a network with over 5,000 blogs. You submit a spun
article to this network, and it starts going out to tons of blogs
based on the parameters you submit. One of the awesome aspects of
authority link networks is that it is free to join if you submit a
blog with a high PR to the network. There is also a paid option,
but you can easily buy an expired domain with high PR on sites like
Unique Article Wizard
This is another well known blog network that has been around
several years. You basically submit a spun article that goes out
to thousands of blogs and article directories. This specific
service runs for $67 per month for unlimited article submissions to
Submit your Article
This is not exactly like a private blog network, as they will
publish your article to public directories. You can write an
article on this network and only spin a couple paragraphs to submit
it through the network. It is easier than traditional article
spinning, and it runs for $67 per month.
These are my top 4 picks for private blog networks today! If you
are serious about investing a lot of time into these networks, you
should plan to hire someone to write the content for you unless you
want to do it yourself!