I will get your rankings up with Contextual Blog Posts

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  40 Contextual Blog Posts Quality blog posts fed to 40 sites on my Web 2.0 network over 7 days. 130 Contextual Blog Posts 200 Contextual Blog Posts
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About This Gig

If you want to get quality, long lasting rankings from Google, you need links that closely match your niche. That means if you have a site that sells dog training manuals, your links should come from content that relates to dogs or animal training. Google looks for contextual backlinks when evaluating web pages.
I will create an article for you and submit it to my private Web 2.0 blog network. I can also embed videos and images in the articles as well! If you are looking to boost your rankings for web pages, YouTube videos or sales pages, Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter pages, this will definitely do the trick. 

I've used these to boost my affiliate related articles and Amazon content a whole host of times to get them ranking for great keywords. Another great option is to run these on recent press releases to get them moving up the rankings quickly!

If you order the Standard or Premium Packs, you'll get 300 Social bookmarks to your blog posts absolutely FREE! 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I get my order done in another language other than English?
    At the moment, I supply content in English only.
  • How do I know that the links work?
    You get a report at the end of the session with live links to your posts. You can check the spreadsheet by clicking on the links to check them.
  • What kind of platforms do you offer?
    I have blog posts on over 100 platforms. This offers a wide spectrum of links for diversity. You can check out the list in the attachment on the Gig offer.
  • Do you offer same day service?
    I don't recommend that kind of distribution because it looks spammy. Google sees more than we think they see. I err on the side of caution and make my drip feeds look natural. Five to seven days is natural and reasonable for content distribution.