The magic behind our backlink Service
Our goal has always been 100% customer satisfaction. We have refined our process through our long-term experience in the industry. Our process allows us to meet customer needs on time and above expectations. The following is a step-by-step breakdown of our process:
Customer Registers with Our Site Autobacklink Service has created a simple sign-up process which will take less than two minutes to be all set-up with an account.
Customer Places an Order Customer determines which service package fits their needs and selects their preferences throughout this step.
Link Creation Our highly-knowledgeable staff produces hand-made, organic backlinks to fulfill the order.
Notification Once an order has been completed, the customer will be notified and will be guided to a page where they will be able to view each backlink created. In addition, that page can be used to track the process of backlink creation in real time.
System Validates Links Our software validates links on a daily basis and replaces any broken or invalid links immediately on a daily basis at which point the customer is notified of the broken and then replaced link.
Pinging for Search Engines Once links have been checked to ensure their validity, our staff pings out the links to notify search engines of the new content and drive traffic to your site.
Index Check in Google Once the entire process has been complete, our staff then checks to ensure that all links are being indexed by Google and reports the progress to our customers through their account.
Autobacklink Service offers a seamless service, through detailed account updates which can be monitored in real-time. We offer best-in-class customer service and are always happy to answer any questions, walk anyone through our process, and provide advice and support to our customers.
I can only advise Ardor Backlinks! Already the few free backlinks they gave me are showing great results in my own ranking. Thanks a lot to the team again!
On-site links are no longer restricted to 100 links per page (as Google guidelines used to state). It is perfectly reasonable to have more if the page and site is rich in content. Common sense is needed, however, as 1000's of links on a page could indicate a link farm. Also keep in mind that pagerank on a page is divided out to the links on the page (a PR4 page with 40 links will mean each link gets a 1/40th chunk of the PR) so it may be beneficial to have only important pages linked to from a high PR site.
Matt Cutts on link numbers