Why I built a link building plugin for WordPress!?
Personally, I prefer to have all information regarding my niche Sites in one place and not have it spread around different web applications I don\’t have full control of. Call me paranoid, but I am confident that information like backlink sources, keywords, contact details of my virtual assistants – hell, even the simple fact that I am building links to my niche sites at all – should be protected. Of course, I know that lots of tools may show this information anyway, but the less information is out there, the better. Still, most of the link building software tools mentioned above can only be used after paying for a costly subscription model starting at around €100,00 per month for professional systems (where I only use 25% of the features). Since we all know that link building is a long term thing, this can become quite expensive, especially for small niche projects (and I don\’t like expensive!).
With this stuff in mind, I created WP Link Builder just for myself, so I could manage my link campaigns and link builders safely without Excel chaos from the only place where it belongs – my WordPress admin panel. I am the “Do It Yourself David” kind of guy (yeah I copied that line with pride from the empire flippers), and so I also like to do the planning of my link campaigns myself. By the way I believe that when you outsource your link building, you have to do the planning yourself – otherwise, your campaign won\’t become a success.
Anyway, a while ago I went to an SEO regular\’s table where a friend told me that he wanted to outsource his link building for one of his side projects completely – but do the planning himself. He asked me if I knew a WordPress plugin, which enabled him to plan the links and also stay in control of the links that are built so that no spammy links would harm his link profile. So I offered my help 🙂
With a little adjustment of my plugin I thought, I could provide a beta version for his needs within a day or two… Of course, it took me five days of hard work (yeah I am very picky about details), but after that, I had completely rebuilt my plugin from scratch and added a rights & roles system, so link builders and link planers could be added with separate and limited access rights. The idea was that my SEO friend would schedule the links (link planer), that the link builder would build those links (trust links, board links, wiki links, etc.) and that the blog admin (in this case also my SEO friend) would monitor everything directly from the WordPress admin dashboard.
After some minor bug fixes and adjustments (so that also links to external domains could be managed from one WordPress backend), everything worked out as planned – and the link building for my friend’s niche site was a huge success. Why? – Well, to outsource your link building is in my humble opinion very risky, because you might end up with some shady self-proclaimed link building experts who do more harm to your link profile than any good. But with WP Link Builder you can exactly define constraints like the exact date when links should be built or what types of links should be built – and the plugin makes sure, your constraints are met by the link builder.
So here it is – the ultimate WordPress Link Building plugin you can purchase at a fair price without an expensive subscription model!
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