4 surefire ways to Buy Backlinks with impunity (No Google Penalties)!

We need backlinks to rank and drive targeted traffic.

At the same time, this is the toughest side of SEO.


Because the search giant (Google) relies on this to know how much other website owners appreciate your content and no one is willing to dish out those links just like that.

If site owners link out to your site, they are telling Google hey… thumbs up to this guy. He’s done a great job. Give him a boost.

I know you are thinking about dofollow and nofollow. These both are important and Google considers them. I mentioned this in this post I recommend you read
Backlinks are not the only ranking factors though. There are hundreds of them grouped in technical and content categories.

Recommended: Should You Buy Backlinks In 2020? (A must-read if you really care)

A quick look at other SEO ranking factors

SEO is changing at the speed of light.

We’ve done keyword optimization relying on keyword density.

Keyword Optimization is simply placing your keywords strategically on your article in:

  • Article title
  • Article description
  • Article URL
  • Introduction
  • Headings
  • Body
  • Conclusion
  • Image tags

Keyword density is basically your main keyword count on the total number of words in the article, expressed as a percentage.

(8/1247) x 100 = 0.64%

Here is an article of 1247 words with the main keyword occurrence of 8. This means the keyword appears or is used 8 times in the article. This gives a density of 0.64%

I don’t think you should be wasting your time on keyword density. See more about this on my friend’s blog here.

What I recommend is Semantic SEO, which is more of reader’s intent, based on topical optimization. I wrote about it in this article.

Other ranking factors are time on site, pogo sticking, load speed, mobile friendliness, internal linking, etc.

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What does it mean to buy backlinks?

Google in this document describes the process as “exchanging money for links, or posts that contain links; exchanging goods or services for links; or sending someone a “free” product in exchange for them writing about it and including a link”

While the search lord frowns at this, it is still being highly practiced by most SEOs and content marketers who won’t admit doing it. But the question is how do they stay off the radar?

Now, to buy backlinks is a completely a violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and will lead to serious sanctions if you’re caught.

For this reason, I’m not in anyway promoting nor endorsing paid link activities. If you choose to do it, it’s fully your decision. Stand the risk alone.

Recommended:  10 Link Building Strategies You Should Avoid In 2020

How to buy backlinks under the radar?

Seriously I’m yet to meet a marketer who will admit to practicing link buying and selling. Many resort to it because it’s easy and quick. And it’s easy for man to ignore some warning signs until the worst happens. On the other hand, organic link building takes a lot more time and effort.

Here are four ways to buy links and mock Google:

1 – Paid guest posting:

Paid Guest posting is a link building exercise for many who do it. Take note I’m talking about paid posts on other websites.

Many top bloggers actually do not go out to contribute on other blogs. They hire SEOs, freelance writers and content marketers to carefully slip their links on posts they submit to different sites.

This is some sort of a camouflaged link buying. They get an editorial link from a guest post whose author pretends to link out from personal initiative.

2 – Undisclosed sponsored post

This is happening a lot of times. You simply sponsor an article on someone’s blog on condition that the blog owner doesn’t do these two things:

  1. Mention someone on the article it’s sponsored post
  2. Mark your links as nofollow.

And because the pay cut is often attractive and quick, many bloggers are going to ignore the risk and fool their readers.

But sponsored content are not a bad thing. However Google requires a disclosure statement and the rel=”nofollow” or  rel=”sponsored” on all external paid links on the post.

4 – Buy from Pinterest and social media high traffic sites

Not all websites rely on Google for traffic. So many marketers out there get a lot of their traffic from Pinterest and other social media platforms.

But buying links from these sites is near wasting money. The reason for buying backlinks is to boost your SEO right?

That’s why the higher the DA (Domain Authority) of any domain, the more expensive it is to get a backlink from it. And DA is purely an SEO metrics. Sites with low search traffic have weak DA.

Some of my friends have massive traffic from Pinterest. But looking at their DA and other SEO metrics, you understand the need not to struggle for a link from their domains.

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3 – Time

Whether you like it or not, one of the reasons you buy links and go unpunished is time. Google is smart but not all mighty.  If Google hasn’t caught you, someone has. You didn’t buy the link from a flying bird. You’ll one day jump into Google radar and reap a share of the penalty.

What pros never do

Some content marketing pros surely buy links in silence. But there are link buying method they never use.

– Buying from Fiverr and SEOclerks

I don’t know if you’ve used any of these services before but their craziest thing to do here is is buy backlinks:

buying backlinks

Now, 45 backlinks from DA 60+ domains for $5 is blasphemous. You need to just arrived from space to believe buying this will add positively to your backlink profile.

Several of these micro job boards are out there. There are other great services you can get there for an attractive price. But the SEO services should be carefully picked.

As you build and earn those links

It’s not enough to build and earn links. You have to take steps to maintain those links for long term SEO benefits.

Sometimes, it’s difficult to keep an eye on your links as your link profile grows. You will certainly need link monitoring tools like backlinkseo and several others to keep track of your links as they are built

Focus more on organic link building

Organic link building is simply allowing your articles to be found and linked to by other website owners.

For this to happening, you need to position yourself to attract links by creating link-worthy posts and connecting with as many like-minded bloggers as possible.

Create articles out of the box. Data-rich and research-based content will attract more links.  Allow top marketers to submit to your blog. By tapping into their knowledge and influence, you extend your community to theirs.


Do you buy backlinks?

Of course I know you are not going to say yes if you do. However, let me know your thoughts in the comment box below

17 thoughts on “4 surefire ways to Buy Backlinks with impunity (No Google Penalties)!”

  1. Hie Enstine,

    I agree with your thoughts on buying backlinks, but similarly I think that buying from Fiverr is also genuine, I have buyied many times backlinks from Fiverr for my client projects.

  2. Very well explained Enstinemuki. Thanks for helping me by explaining Backlinks. I was finding the way to rank my website. I will definitely implement these methods for my website.

  3. Hii Enstine
    Thanks a lot for sharing this awesome info . i personally like all the point you explain about the backlinks stratergies and how to rank your website traffic increase digital presences and engagements.i will go for organic backlink rather than paid backlink i will follow it .keep it up with such great content

  4. Hi,
    Thanks fro this very informative article. SEO ranking is something that concerns every blogger and entrepreneur, and your tips ad ideas would surely hep us improve the same. Also thanks for letting us know about some safe and sound places to buy backlinks. Would surely explore them.

  5. Hey Enstine,
    Thank You for this.
    Well, I wouldn’t buy backlinks. Especially the ones that are super cheaper and from high DA sites.
    I think no one should buy either.
    I’m in with Jan Verhoeff.
    Like always, we have to move forward with the natural flow.
    No one knows, when google unleashes its animals. 😀
    So, even if we go for a paid guest post, no one should ever try super cheap backlinks.
    No matter how they being presented, if they are cheap they all come with a cost.
    Aren’t they?

    Keep sharing!

  6. Hey Enstine Muki,
    Thanks for leeting us konw the safesure places to shop for back-links. Talking approximately me, i dont think i’m able to purchase inbound links however if there is much less time then i will think about it.
    Keep up the best paintings.Expect greater posts from you.

  7. Hi Enstine,
    Getting organic backlinks could take like forever to build, thats why most marketers will still want to to buy links. i always kick against buying og backlings. gOOGLE Would soon find out

  8. This is really a long time process, if done organically. It require patience, fiverr gigs are too tempting, that many times we fall into the trap just to avoid the hard work and skip the time.

    Thanks for another great article. I keep on reading your different different articles just because of the content you provide. Keep up the great work you are doing.

  9. Thanks for sharing this post very helpful article
    Thanks for the article on SEO ranking, but frankly I do not think the methods you suggested above are working as well as you expected nowadays.

  10. SEO is such a finicky thing, I have to laugh at most of the traditional bloggers who go after the full-on SEO Market instead of finding natural options for marketing their content. I prefer organic, the kind that allows you to share your content and promote without worrying about the traffic. I’m a big believer that if you build it, they will come – and they usually come because they like what you offer. More often than not because they’re searching for what you offer. That’s a good thing!

    And there’s so many who just love the fact that you offer quality solutions. Great post Enstine! I appreciate your candor.

  11. Hi Enstine,

    Personally I don’t think the method you mention in the article is right. Guest Posting is a natural link building and high Profile links creation. Apart from that, you can create an expert roundup post on different topics! Paying and getting links is a waste of money.

  12. Hi Enstine,

    Thanks for the article on SEO ranking, but frankly I do not think the methods you suggested above are working as well as you expected nowadays. Speaking from my own experience (I managed to increase my own site ranking from 10 to 26 within 1.5 months), the best method to increase the seo ranking would be guest posting & creating high-quality content. Period.

    In fact, I should write an article about how I managed to increase my own site’s ranking within 2 months.

  13. Super post, Enstine. It is true. It’s possible to buy links and for Google not to know about it. And I don’t like it because I’m currently battling against sties that obviously buy links and Google’s not doing anything.
    It’s frustrating but I know Google will eventually catch on.
    You can’t win long term against the smartest algorithm in the world.

    • Hey Nik,
      Hope you are doing good 😉
      Link buying is still very active but it’s just a matter of time 😉 Google may be slow in tracking down but it’s steady and progressing 😉
      BTW let’s see how it goes tomorrow

  14. Hey Enstine Muki,
    Thanks for leeting us konw the safesure places to buy backlinks. Talking about me, i dont think i will buy backlinks but if there is less time then i will think about it.
    Keep up the good work.Expect more posts from you.

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