How to Make Money Link Building with WebSEO

Do you want to know how to make money link building? Better still, do you want to know what link building is, so you can make money the honest way from it? And if there were a solid, affordable way of building links to your website or blog, would you like to know all about it? Well, if the answer is yes to all three, pull up a seat, make yourself comfortable and I’ll tell you.

First of all, what do I mean by link building?

Link building, as I have doubtless explained at length in previous posts in this blog as well in one or two of my other “how to make money online” type blogs, is the process of obtaining relevant, keyword anchored, one way back-links to your website. You do that so your site’s authority grows as seen by Google and the other search engines. When your authority grows, your position in the search engines index will rise, eventually placing you at the top of page one for your main keywords. When that happens, you will attract a lot of organic search traffic to your site, which will, assuming your site is correctly set up, earn you money from your chosen monetisation method.

There are no hard and fast rules about link building, as it really depends upon the niche your site occupies and the keywords you are targeting. It depends upon how competitive your niche is and this is usually, but not always dependent upon the volume of search traffic those keywords attract on a regular basis. But that’s as deeply as I’ll explain niches and keywords for this post, as the real reason for it is to talk about how to make money link building. Or more especially, how to obtain sufficient back-links to make a difference to your site’s organic traffic levels.

Backlink Building

Traditionally, people obtained back-links to their site through the use of article directories, social bookmarking, forum posts, blog comments, web directories etc. Most of those methods are still as valid as they ever were, but they have been so diluted by spammers that Google doesn’t really give those links as much weight as they used to. Meaning you need other avenues of obtaining those all-important one-way, keyword anchored back-links that do still hold weight with the main search engines. These are best obtained from related blog posts where your link is placed in the content of the post. Its better if the blog itself already has plenty of SERPs authority to begin with, as this means it will pass on some of that authority in the link to your site.

But obtaining these high juice links is either difficult at best, or downright expensive if you choose to buy them. Ok, I just said a bad thing and will make amends. You should know that Google and the other top search engines do not condone the practice of buying (or selling for that matter) links to other sites as this is seen as attempting to game their system to artificially inflate your site’s SERPs authority, which in turn devalues the integrity of their search index.

Having made that point clear, you should also know something.

Your competition is buying links like there is no tomorrow and that is how they are staying at the top of the SERPs for their high power keywords and getting all the traffic and making all the money. If you do not compete on their level, you will never beat them. fact.

So the alternatives are not altogether palatable, but the harsh truth is you have to fight as dirty as your competition if you ant a slice of the same pie. Again, depending upon the competitiveness of yoru chosen niche, you will need to either spend a lot of money on buying links to overcome your competition, or spend years doing it the hard and (unfortunately) honest way and still maybe never getting there. So unless you’re prepared to settle for second best, you need a battle plan.

Another fact is that buying links is expensive and in some niches, beyond the pockets of mere mortals. There are other alternatives such as paid link schemes, but even these can work out expensive with a recurring monthly subscription that you have to keep up with or you’ll lose what links you have gained. Oh, didn’t you know that? Well now you do.

There is another alternative that takes an enormous amount of work, but will, in time, allow you to compete. That’s to build your own stable of supporting sites for your niche and try to dominate that way by using your supporting sites to link to your main money generating site. The downside is that you still need to get authority for those supporting sites and their number will often need to be in the several hundreds or even thousands for them to be truly effective. Oh, one other thing about that… it is also deeply frowned upon by the search engines to build and use a link farm to generate links to a website. So while I’m pointing out that it is an available option in the battle to beat your well equipped competition, I’m also saying that it is a no-no and you shouldn’t do it. At least don’t get caught, because the de-indexing of hundreds of sites that you may have put many hundreds of hours work into can be soul destroying…

Ok then. Where does that leave us?

Traditional methods of obtaining free links just doesn’t have the effect you need to overcome your competition any more (your competition are probably the ones who spammed the living daylights out of them already).

You can’t buy links because Google says you can’t (even though your competition seems to be able to do it with abandon and get away with it) and you probably can’t afford them in any case.

You can’t build your own link farm of supporting sites, because Google says you can’t (even though you can bet your competition has their own enormous link farm that seems to pass under the radar) and even if you did, it would take many months of hard work to start seeing any results.

You can’t buy into paid link schemes because Google say you can’t (even though your competition almost certainly does… again, without getting caught) and their ongoing expense makes them a big commitment to make for the average person. They also require you to write the original articles that will be submitted to the network of sites yourself, which is time consuming in the extreme.

So what’s left?


What’s WebSEO? This is a compromise for people who can’t afford to pay the recurring monthly subscriptions to the paid link services. It gives you a one-shot at producing a big cache of links from one, two or more of the major link building services for a one-off fee.

The benefits are obvious and some not so obvious but of great importance. The obvious benefits are that you get a guaranteed batch of keyword anchored back links from authority sites for any campaign you are currently working on for a one-off fee, rather than having to pay for the monthly subscription. But it gets better. You don’t have to write any articles. Saving you a heap of time.

Maybe less obvious but of vital importance is that if you were to sign up for one of the monthly services and place your links and then cancel your subscription, your links disappear with your subscription. This doesn’t happen with Once your one-off submission is accepted, the links get placed and they stay in place for good. I’d say that is a major benefit, wouldn’t you?

Does it work?

Yes. I can personally confirm that a website of mine that was nowhere in the SERPs climbed to page one in Google’s main data centre for a relatively competitive keyword in the weight loss niche within just two weeks of using the service. It absolutely works.

Please use the link above to head over to the site and see for yourself. Its not an affiliate link, so I’m not actually making anything from this. I just wanted to give you the heads up that it is there for anyone who needs it to use.

You will need to sign up for it, which is free. This allows the Admin to verify you are not a spammer, as they don’t want any of that messing up the works of what is destined to be a very highly sought after service for those who do not want to commit to an expensive monthly subscription service.

Once you’ve been approved, you simply log-in, then click on the link service you require from their list of alternatives and pay via PayPal. You submit the keyword anchored links you want to promote and they go away and do the rest. Simple!

You can use this system as little or as often as you need, when ever you need it. No strings attached, no on-going fees, no article writing and no worries. How bad is that?

So give it a try. What are you waiting for?

Terry Didcott
The Honest Way

7 thoughts on “How to Make Money Link Building with WebSEO”

  1. Yep, that is definitely a great service. It will make a lot of people very happy helping them to make money online building backlinks. Wish I had thought of it myself!

  2. What exactly did you mean when you said the paid links will disappear if you cancel your subcription to a service? Is this for any link service or just a certain one?

  3. Hey Trent,

    That was a great piece of intuition on the guys that thought it up. They found a corner of the niche that wasn’t being served and pounced. Good on them!

    By the way, I had to fish your comment out of Askimet, which is why it only just appeared.

  4. Michael,

    Check the TOS of the link service you are interested in as they differ from service to service. Some do actually state that if you cancel your subscription, your links get taken down. How that works in practice I can’t say.

    I’m not naming names here as of course these services are not supposed to exist…

  5. Hey Terry

    I am just starting out and (perhaps) have bitten off more than I can chew by targeting the weight loss niche. There are millions of competing websites and it seems like such an incredible climb to reach page one! But your post gives me some hope, and I will certainly follow up!

    Thanks for the great blog.


  6. Hi Jeff,

    Don’t worry about the big kahuna keyword “weight loss” itself. Go for the multitude of smaller, less competitive ones first. It’ll still take some time but you’ll gradually get there as long as you keep building links to your site. In time, you’ll start ranking for some of the more competitive KWs and then finally the big one!

    That’ll happen as a consequence of aiming for the smaller KWs first, because they will all contain the main KW in there, meaning you really are targeting “weight loss”, just in a round about way.

    I was once told “Don’t aim for sparrows if you mean to hit turkeys” – pretty good analogy of the game we play with keywords. Although keeping the main goal as the focus, you’ll have to hit a lot of sparrows before you start hitting the turkeys, but once you do, it’ll be worth it in the long run!

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