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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week or two, I’m sure you’ve heard about the recent changes from Google and how they are continuing their mission to wipe out all types of paid link building services. One of the most recent changes was their attack on BuildMyRank, by removing and de-indexing all of their network blogs. With everyone leaving BMR and looking for new link building solutions, many people are focusing their efforts on Link Authority, a similar link building network with higher quality sites and lower article submissions.

How is Link Authority Free for Site Members?

BuildMyRank was an extremely popular link building service and all it took was a 150+ word article to get a link back from a PR1-PR7 web site in their network. With these benefits came a membership cost ranging from $59 to $400 a month depending on how many domains you wanted to promote.

Link Authority has a concept very similar to BuildMyRank, but all articles must be 200 words minimum, and if you submit an article with over 300 words you will get to include three different links. Another huge difference between the two services is that Link Authority is free for anyone to use.

Instead of charging a monthly fee, Link Authority gives 1 submission per day to the average user. If you want to get more submissions, you will need to a site of your own to the Link Authority network. Adding a PageRank 2 site will get you an extra two article submissions per day.

If you don’t want to add sites of your own, you can always pay for a higher daily submission quota through the site. The more you buy the lower the cost, though the average will be in the .30 per article submission range.

For anyone who was using BuildMyRank, I’m sure Link Authority will grab your interest right away. Many people are using the web site to generate high Page Ranking links back to their web sites, but are still cautious at the same time after Google recently de-indexed all of BuildMyRanks sites.

To read more on Link Authority, be sure to read our Link Authority Review post, and be sure to sign up for a free account at their site.

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

Share your comment 6 responsesTO Link Authority – Free Account vs. Paid Quota Increases.
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    on 6 Apr 12 at 8:01 am

    Out of the 65 post i made. 15 were already deindexe. Had to pull out my site on the network. The links did not even last a month.

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      on 6 Apr 12 at 11:14 am

      Yes, we’re finding that several posts on this network are being deindexed. We’ve put up several alternatives.

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    on 6 Apr 12 at 8:06 am

    Sorry for the wrong spelling. It should have been deindexed. Anyway. The support told me they got like 10% of the total network deindexed already (So if they have 2000 sites, 200 were already deindexed). Its hard to get approved so i was really down when i saw i got 15 post deindexed already.

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      on 6 Apr 12 at 11:16 am

      Ya, I’m sorry your sites got deindexed. I hate seeing hard work going down the drain. I recommend working really hard at guest posting on tons of different sites. I feel that’s one of the best ways to get tons of attention and the best links. + you’ll never get those links deindexed because it’s not against Google terms.

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    on 27 Oct 12 at 12:45 pm

    Aren’t sites/services like Link Authority living on borrowed time? Maybe they survived Penguin as of today, but they could be whacked tomorrow. Am I being too Nervous Nellie?

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      on 27 Oct 12 at 13:41 pm

      They are risky sites! Very risky sites. Never buy links!

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