About the Service
You probably need to diversify your link profile...edu links are a powerful way to do so.
These are real .edu & .gov links (that actually get indexed) 📚 🎓
👉 Why would you need this service?
Every single website needs .edu links.
Not only do you get a huge diversity of quality and authoritative links, but they're also very powerful and completely Google friendly.
🏗 You can't build a house without a great foundation = You can't rank your site #1 without a great foundation of links.
You shouldn't start out with PBN links or Guest Posts, no website should be blasted with them in the first months, it looks unnatural.
👉 How Can These Links Help You?
These links help you diversify your link profile.
You'll get real .edu (and .gov) links that are meant to give your site a boost in search.
You're investing in .edu links. These are created on powerful sites that will help you to diversify your backlink portfolio, as well as increase your rankings on Google.
Google loves links like these, plus they're all manually created!
✅ The truth is that your site needs a diversified link profile. And these links help you with that.
👉 Do The Links Get Indexed?
Of course they do, these are quality links.
Around 90% of the links created will be indexed in Google. You're buying quality links, not cheap .edu links.
👉 Do You Need These Links?
Most people when they start working on a link building strategy for a site, start out with Guest Posts or Niche Edits right off the bat.
In my opinion (and experience) you shouldn't do that.
It doesn't matter if we're talking about a new or an old website, every single link building campaign needs to start with a solid foundation.
You need to build a solid base before you can start bringing in the most powerful links (Niche Edits, PBNs, Guest Posts, PR etc...)
So, these links alone won't rank your site, BUT if you let me manually build these links for you, and later when you build out some other powerful links, you can be much more aggressive with the anchor text you use on them.
For example, the anchor text rotation would look something like this:
- .edu & gov links: brand anchors, naked URL, generic anchors
- Niche edits, guest posts, pbn links: exact match anchors, partial match anchors
If you were to start with Niche Edits/PBNs/Guest Post links, 100% of your anchor text would be 'exact' or partial match, which is highly risky and can end up penalizing your site.
You only do exact/partial match anchors on your strongest links, all the other links (not less valuable but less powerful) are used to diversify your link profile, diversify your anchor text rotation and build a strong foundation for your site.
👉 What Should You Do Now? <
If you're ready to diversify your link profile, then click the 🟣PURPLE🟣 order button, and let's get started building a strong foundation for your site, with some powerful .edu links!
Thank you for reading through,
P.S. If you're planning on ranking any site, these links are key to diversifying your link profile before you start creating more powerful links. I always create a couple of these at the beginning of any campaign for every single client of mine.