Get hundreds of backlinks from unique blogs to any page you want -- on autopilot!
Finally, an Endless Supply
of Quality One-Way Links
that Will Rank Your Sites
in Google Like Crazy!
First, Some Proof
Before telling you how 1WayLinks works, let me show you that it works. I created a blog dedicated to reviewing a variety of dieting programs back in June of 2008. However, I did not put the blog into the 1WayLinks network until December of 2008. Here's the traffic stats for all of 2008 for the blog:
In December of 2008 I started using 1WayLinks.net to get links to each of the 10 posts on the blog. Look at how the traffic has grown in 2009:
Would you like to see traffic growth like that for YOUR sites?
How It Works
The basic concept behind 1WayLinks is simple: you write a blog post that has links in it aimed at your site(s). That post is then spread out across our network of (currently) 2,736 blogs. You decide how many blogs each post you write gets posted to. As your site gains backlinks from these blogs, your rankings in the search engines improves.
Taking advantage of this incredible network is easy. Here's how it works:
- Create An Account
Of course, you first create an account in the network. This allows you to manage all of your sites and links from one easy interface.
- Add a WordPress Blog to the Network
This network is made up of blogs mostly owned by the individual members of the network. The reason that's so important is explained further down the page. WordPress has a technology called XMLRPC that allows the 1WayLinks.net server to automatically add blog posts to every blog in the network on a regular, randomized basis. It's truly "set it and forget it" on your part.
Notice: The blog can't be a free wordpress.com blog, since this network is focused on IP diversity.
- Add Posts to the Blog Network
Once your blog is live in the network, you can then submit posts to be spread across the network. Each month you're given a quota of 250 "post credits" that you can use to have 250 posts spread across the network. Since each blog post can have 3 hyperlinks, that gives you 750 one-way links per month that you can aim at any web page you want, with whatever anchor text you want. Every month your credit limit is reset to 250 and you can spread more posts and get more links.
1WayLinks has nested spinning capabilities, so if you want to spin your posts to make sure they are unique, you can do that. (If you don't know what spinning is, don't worry -- you'll learn soon after creating your account.)
There are currently 2,736 blogs in the network for you to get links from!
We Give Google What Google Wants
1WayLinks works because it follows a linking pattern that has proven successful for thousands of web sites with page-one rankings in Google. That pattern is not complex, but it is very important. When growing links to your site to improve your ranking in Google, your links must meet the following criteria:
One Way Links
Yes, the days of being able to get reciprocal links (where you link to them and they link back to you) are long gone. Reciprocal links used to rank your site well in Google, but no more. You need links from sites aimed at yours that you are not linking back to (one-way links).
This network only provides one-way links. There is no reciprocal linking.
If all of your links come from web sites that are hosted in the same place or on the same IP address Google will discount or ignore the links.
This network perfectly mimics a natural network of links, because that's exactly what it is! There are hundreds of blogs owned by many hundreds of webmasters. The blogs that will link to yours are located all over the globe, on a very diverse variety of IP and Class C addresses.
This network provides optimal geographic site diversity.
If hundreds of links suddenly appear in Google that are all aimed at your site, Google will not count the value of those links for many months. This process of withholding link value is known as the "Google Sandbox". When this happens, you have to wait anywhere from 3 months to a year to see the value of your incoming links applied in Google's ranking of your site -- if you ever see their value at all.
This network spreads links slowly, at the rate of 0 to 9 posts per day. That means that there will be some days where no new links are added, and some days where as many as 9 are added -- which is how natural linking occurs.
This network grows links over time, the way Google wants to see links grow.
We Give You What You Want
750 One-Way Links Per Month
The 1WayLinks network allows you to add blog posts on 250 blogs in the network each month. Since each post can contain up to 3 hyperlinks, that gives you a maximum of 750 new one-way links every month, aimed at any urls you want, with whatever keywords you want.
You have complete control over how many blogs each post you write will appear on. If you want to create one blog post and have it appear on 25 blogs, another post on 60 blogs, and a third on 15 blogs, that's perfectly easy to do. You can break-up the spread of your posts and links any way you like.
As I said before, this is a "set it and forget it" system. It only takes a few minutes to write and submit a blog post to the network, and once that's done the rest is taken care of for you.
This frees you to create new content or work on building up even more links to your sites through article distribution or other methods (which is important if you're trying to rank for very competitive keywords). The old time-consuming manual process of getting links into your site is gone!
We take the security of the network very seriously. Every blog post is manually reviewed for approval into the network by a human reviewer. This ensures that only good quality, family-friendly posts will be added to your blog. No adult, gambling, illegal sites, or sites with religious content are allowed into the network. You never have to worry about linking to sites that you would not approve of.
Automated processes verify that all of the blogs in the network maintain their links to your site. Any cheaters are found and kicked out of the network, and any blogs banned by Google are removed from the network swiftly as well.
There are no links or footprints leading back to 1WayLinks.net, either. Each blog is completely independent.
What Are You Waiting For?
How much is all of this going to cost you? Only $7 for your first month. That gives you plenty of time to try out the system and see if it's for you. If you decide to stay with it, it's only $47 per month after that. That's right, for as little as $0.06 per link you can start seeing an incredible return on your investment.
the first month, then $47/month