October 9th, 2008
Jonathan Leger recently released a new linkbuilding service called 1waylinks.net and I’m comparing how it works versus the LinkVana linking service.
Here’s how 1WayLinks.net works and how you should use it.
It’s a blog network that hosts your blog posts for you.
This means you get your content syndicated across hundreds of blogs (over 800 in the network at the time of this writing).
The syndication of your content provides you with backlinks to your sites because each post you submit for syndication can have up to 3 links in there.
When you submit your posts for syndication they will have 3 links in there serving as backlinks to your specified sites.
You can get over 200 backlinks per month per account and you have the ability to use an article spinner to make sure you’re not syndicating 100% duplicate content to this network of blogs.
You will need to have an active WordPress blog with WordPress 2.6 on it.
How does 1WayLinks.net differ from LinkVana?
Linkvana costs a lot more and can be more time-consuming for you if you decide to write all your blog posts yourself.
You do not get 1 blog post spread out over 200 other blogs automatically with LinkVana, but the upside to LinkVana over 1wayLinks is that the links you get from LinkVana are more powerful, so less links are needed to achieve your goals for rankings.
I use both of these services so I have tested them out sufficently to know that LinkVana’s links are more powerful, plain and simple.
1WayLinks.net uses the “power” of getting massive amounts of links in a short amount of time to help you with your rankings.
BEWARE of the FACT that getting a lot of links to a site all of a sudden will not do your site too much good.
For a new site, it’s best to use LinkVana to get it going properly.
For existing, aged, sites, you can use 1WayLinks.net to increase the number of your backlinks more efficiently.