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@josidiaz6 There are many factors that contribute in making your campaigns successful or not. A link building tool or system is only one of those factors. There is no doubt that using Link Emperor can help rank websites so I wouldn't be so quick to place the blame there.
Are you using LE correctly and following today's link building best practices? Is the content on your site quality and more importantly how to it stack up to the other sites ranking at the top of the search engines for the same keywords you are targeting?
If you don't mind sharing your campaigns with me, I wouldn't mind providing you with some feedback that may help you out. Send me a message through the contact form if you would like some help.
7 months, 1 week ago on Ultimate Link Emperor Review
@Matthew Hunt Thanks very much for the kind words! I appreciate them a lot. It is difficult for me to find the time to write reviews but when I do, I like them to be as useful to the readers as possible.
I will be adding an update to this review as LE has worked really hard to get the link building costs down to a point where it merits I do so.
8 months, 1 week ago on Ultimate Link Emperor Review
@KevinJ So many uses for systems like this. The ways in which business is done in the world is changing right in front of our eyes.
9 months, 1 week ago on Brilliant Use Of A B2C Mobile App
@KevinJ Me either. The instructions do state the following, "If the site is already formatted for Mobile Devices, select "Child". If the site is not a mobile site, select "External".
So maybe mobile ready sites show differently. I will do some testing later tonight.
9 months, 1 week ago on Weekly Recap (8-12-2012): Sales People, Done-for-you App research & Skybuilder
You got it SaSh. I hope it helped you out. Here is a follow up to your questions...
Q. But what about the blog, web 2.0 and the Wiki's? Do you really think that a large portion of them will get indexed in the end?
A. A large portion, maybe not. But a large enough portion to get my pages to rank high in the SERPs. I like to let Google find some of these links naturally. I do think Google will find most blog posts (assuming the blog is indexed) because of the way most blogs are inherently inner-linked. Wikis maybe not so much, but those links cost as little as $0.33 for 400 links ( http://affiliateboy.net/link-emperor-backlink-marketplace ). One more thing, when I do receive a wiki blast of 400 backlinks, I would rather Google did not discover all these links in a short period of time and an indexing service would force this.
Q. would you please share your strategy on delivering the content which will be used by LE on a daily basis?
A. I use the Article Builder articles whether they are relevant or not. I just choose the category that is closest. In a perfect world I would like all of the articles with links pointing to my site to be relevant but in practice I have seen little negative affects from using articles that are not exactly relevant to my target keyword.
Q. Do you manually add spintax articles?
A. If you do have relevant articles from another third party source you can add to your campaign without spinning them. The service providers will spin them for you.
Q. How many articles per week would be okay?
A. I would add as many as you can when you set up the campaign so you never have to go back and think about it again. It also depends on how much your campaign is getting blasted. The more blasts the more articles.
Hope that answered your questions?
I should also mention that LE is NOT the only service I use to build links especially for the more competitive keywords. This does have an affect on the way I use it. I am in the process of recording a video series detailing the exact process of ranking for competitive keywords that I currently am successfully using. I will send out and email to my list when it ready.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on testingggg
Good question. Link Emperor always had a way to index your links until they found that the service that they were using was not reliable. One of the best things about LE is that it automatically audits ALL backlinks built for you campaigns. Having this built in enabled them to realize that the service they were using for indexing was not up to par. BTW, this was a well known indexing service. So they are currently looking for a replacement service that's more reliable.
As for how I deal with this? This may surprise you a bit but I do not use an indexing service on my backlinks. This is for several reasons.
1. It is a waist of time and resources to use an indexing service on some backlinks.
For example, blog comments, forum post and any backlinks that land on the home page of a site do not need me to provide that extra effort. Other marketers sharing comments on the same blog posts, posts on the same forum thread and backlinks on the same home pages of sites will already to using indexing services that will get my links discovered. They've done the indexing work for me. Make sense?
2. Using an indexing service on social bookmarks seems unnatural to me. For example, many indexing services use sites like delicious to get your backlinks indexed and trying to get your delicious bookmarks indexed using a bunch of other delicious bookmarks is not something that happens naturally.
3. Overall, it just looks unnatural to me to have a bunch of social bookmarks at the end points of all the backlink profile pointing to my site.
I know not using an indexing service makes my link building a bit less efficient and some backlinks will take longer to be discovered by G and some will never be discovered at all. I am happy to sacrifice this efficiency for a more natural looking profile especially since automated backlinks are so cheap. Even with Link Emperor their are some service providers that blast thousands of link for less than a dollar.
I assume others are using link indexing services with success but this is the way I am building my backlinks and it is working for me. I will be publishing a video series on how I build my backlink profiles soon that should also clarify the reasons why I don't use indexing services more elegantly than this comment I just wrote.
I would love to here your thoughts SaSh?
@Theeappman @Tim I would wait to see what Admob support says. This way we know what the problem is if it happens again. If you make changes before then, they may have no way of letting us know what the problem was. You will be getting downloads for that app for a long time (unless you keep it a secret from you know who and it gets removed) so I wouldn't worry about it. But, it's you app and your call.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on Weekly Recap: Skybuilder, Infographic and Scams
@Theeappman So you did download you app, saw your ads showing on that app and it still says that it has not sent a request in the last 72 hours. Yea, you should contact Admob support for an explanation. Let us know what they say please.
Haha. All fixed up. Thanks.
10 months, 1 week ago on Anchor Text SEO That Wins In 2013
@KevinJ Unfortunately you need Skybuilder for that. We need to get an Android around here so we can test these before we publish. I'll look into a solution for this today.
Testing your iOS apps on an iPhone is super easy so we will have no problems there.
What I would do for now is remove your App from the Android marketplace (from within your account) until you get the button fixed up. (I have a feeling the quotation marks in your search field may be causing the issue) Let me know if you need to come by and make some changes?
10 months, 1 week ago on Resources
@nowayjose2 Cool. Try to track what you do and make sure you come back here and let us know if there was any movement in a week or so.
10 months, 1 week ago on App Store Rankings: Can We Influence Them?
@nowayjose2 Yes. I'm looking at it now. Let's see how the others did and see if we can determine why some job posting received more than others. We'll chat about it Thursday if others have posted their applicant numbers up here by then.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Odesk Applicant Screening Pt 1
@nowayjose2 I don't recommend that you do anything on your job postings that will make applicants think you are unprofessional (i.e., secret word "bath salts")
@nowayjose2 When you get a chance will you take a Jing screenshot of your job posting and post the link here so I can see it?
@nowayjose2 You have 11 total Jose?
@sfreiman Hi there,
Good question. I do use custom target values and I made a video about how I determine these values. I would explain it to you here but it would be a long post. To watch this video just sign up for the mailing list above this comments area that is titles "Watch Video Of A Simple Backlinks Formula That Will Boost Your Results".
The video explains exactly how I set these values. I've been meaning to make an update to this video that goes a little further but have been very busy. I will try to make some time late tonight to make an update to that video. After you watch the video let me know if my system makes sense to you.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Ultimate Link Emperor Review
@drusselljr If you are making apps the way I am then the only other costs are as follows:
Apple developer license - $99/year
Android developer license - $25/year
This is assuming you want to submit you apps to both of these marketplaces. You'll only need to pay these when you are ready to start submitting apps. Probably two weeks into the course.
If you want to develop an app where you will not be able to use the app generator then you would need to hire a programmer. This is not difficult but it does cost money. Hiring and oversees programmer can make this affordable and save you ~80%. You will not be able to develop an app like Angry Birds for free. LOL.
I would recommend that you just follow my lead at first because there are no additional costs (besides the yearly marketplace costs) until you have several apps actually being downloaded and earning money. Then you may want to try your hand at developing that home run app idea I know we all have rattling around in our heads.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on You, Mentored By Me For 10 Weeks