FAQ

What makes LinkFool back links so powerful?

Our link builders will look at your individual website, your previous links, and your competitors links and devising a strategy to move your rankings forward. Each account strategy is custom tailored to ensure the maximum ranking potential.

How long will it take for my search engine rankings to improve?

Each site is different and with each search query there is a different level of competition. If you would like to learn more about reviewing the competitiveness of your search query we recommend. An example of this is that there are 135,000,000 results when searching for the key word “Web Hosting”, however, if I search for “Web Hosting in Colorado Springs” there are 341,000 results. Ranking for “Web Hosting in Colorado Springs” might only take a few weeks while acquiring a good ranking for a considerably more competitive term such as “Web Hosting” can take months. You must also take into account on-site metrics even though back links are always considered the most important part of any SEO strategy.

What if I want to add more than 3 keywords?

We advise focusing on 3 keywords or key phrases per web page at a time. As your rankings increase you can continue to tweak and edit them and we suggest you continue to revisit this every 3 months.

What type of backlinks are used to point to my site?

All backlinks used that point directly to your site are built manually. They are profile links, web 2.0 links, comment links, and more. We strive to maintain a diverse link portfolio for your site.

How will I manage/review my backlinks?

We will send you a monthly report that includes your completed backlinks and back linked backlinks.

How can I add a second site?

In order to add a second site you will need to upgrade or purchase a premium account, you may also accomplish this by ordering a new account, if you are ordering services for 5 or more sites please contact us for bulk pricing.

How can I upgrade my account?

From your billing dashboard you can upgrade your account at any time.

Can I change my primary domain and keywords?

To change your domain or keywords please fill out a support ticket at www.linkfool.com/support.

What are bonus backlinks? (offered on the site)

These are usually directory or web 2.0 backlinks that we build for new sites. They are important base links for sites. They don’t necessarily help them rank for a keyword, but they give them extra search visibility and potential page rank (PR) value.

What are Layer 1 backlinks?

These are hand built backlinks. We are always reviewing our strategies for building these links. Sometimes we’ll build links that the customer’s competitors are using, sometimes we’ll look at links from relevant sites. The PR of the backlinks range from 1-9 with an average of 4.5. They are “do follow” or not “nofollow” links that contain the customer’s anchor text.

What are deep URL’s?

These are pages deeper within the customer’s site. For example: website http://www.goodkitchens.com/ might want their site to rank for “kitchen appliances”, however they might also want their widgets page http://www.goodkitchens.com/widgets/ to rank for “kitchen widgets”. The former is an example of a deep URL.

Is there a time frame of when the customer gets a report?

Reports are received on the first of each month.

What are web 2.0 links and/or web 2.0 methods?

Web 2.0 links are community sites like digg.com, reddit.com, delicio.us, and hubpages.com. They are often do-follow and are especially excellent links for establishing a new site.

Does the LinkFool method involve commenting on blogs, forums, etc?

Occasionally if there is value blog commenting will be used. Forum commenting is rarely, if ever used.

Does LinkFool offer in content linking?

Yes, this can be custom requested or we may employ these strategies if we feel it’s necessary to rank the site.

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