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Everyone is talking about all the drama with Build My Rank shutting down their service. As upsetting as this may be to all of their customers, when it comes to internet marketing there are always a never ending supply of similar services and competitive programs online. Just because Google shut down Build My Rank and put them out of business over night, it doesn’t mean all of the other players in this link building area are safe, but they still may prove to be useful while they are still actively running.

Below is a list of the some of the best Build My Rank alternatives.

With members quickly fleeing from BuildMyRank to other networks, Link Authority is at the top of many of these people’s lists. Link Authority is a lot like BuildMyRank but also much better in a few different ways. Instead of having to sign up with a monthly membership fee, Link Authority is free to all members. If you want to increase the number of articles and backlinks you can get through the site, you will need to pay for a higher daily quota or submit your own blogs to the network to help spread out the article submissions. Another reason why Link Authority is more attractive than BuildMyRank is that they only accept sites that are Page Ranked 2 or higher… remember all those annoying Page Rank 1 link backs you were getting with BuildMyRank? Well, that won’t happen at Link Authority. Also check out our full Link Authority review.

Another service that is quietly growing in size is Rank Jumpers. The platform and service is very similar to BuildMyRank, so if you were a BuildMyRank user, you will have no problem getting used to Rank Jumpers. Some of the highlights of Rank Jumpers is they offer quality one way back links from their network of PR1-PR5 sites that are hosted across multiple Class C links and servers. Rank Jumpers also says that their domains are all aged and Page Ranked. A few of the other benefits of the network is that you can schedule out your posts and the costs start at $57.95 per month for 5 web sites, or up to $127.95 a month for 20 different web sites.
(UPDATE: Rank Jumpers is now closed to all new members and they are also no longer accepting articles from their members. All article submissions must be written and purchased from Rank Jumpers at the price of 2.25 per article.)

If you are looking for new link building solutions, the two services above are growing in size and customers at a fast rate. Many of these link building services like to close registration and limit the amount of users they allow into the network. Feel free to leave any comments if you’ve tested any of the services listed above.

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

Share your comment 11 responsesTO Build My Rank Alternatives.
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    on 24 Mar 12 at 7:32 am

    Google becomes more and more strict and it is clear. His aim is to give links to relevant content, but sometimes it is hard to forsee for what actions you can be kicked out by Google. The same unexpected situation happened with many blog networks. Noone knows who will be the next.

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      on 24 Mar 12 at 16:55 pm

      Definitely. It will be interesting to see how these other link building and blog networks fare over the next several weeks and months. I’m also interesting in see what BuildMyRank comes out with next.

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    on 25 Mar 12 at 4:55 am

    Thank you so much for sharing this alternatives!

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      on 26 Mar 12 at 0:56 am

      Glad you liked them. Hope they will be of use to you!

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    on 25 Mar 12 at 21:52 pm

    I am starting to work with Link Authority after my main Authority Link Network site was de-indexed. 20% of their network was de-indexed over a week or so. I am wondering about LinkAuthority as they are associated with ArticleRanks which I have read was de-indexed at a pretty decent percentage. So LinkAuthority can’t be much safer?

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      on 26 Mar 12 at 0:55 am

      I haven’t seen a ton of difference. I think it will eventually happen to all of them. But here to hoping they wont’

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    on 27 Mar 12 at 3:07 am

    Thnx for posting about alternatives

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      on 27 Mar 12 at 10:35 am

      Glad you liked them. Which of them have you found most useful?

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    on 6 Apr 12 at 17:42 pm

    I like the concept on Link Authority, because if and when it gets hammered you haven’t spend a lot of money pushing those links.
    But as you wrote in your review of Link Authority, that hey will see a massive increase in new users. This might just bring some unwanted attention from “big brother”, so I would definitely wait e few weeks just to see if they get hammered also.

    Regarding Rank Jumpers I believe that it’s just a matter of time before get it, because you have to pay for the articles also and Google doesn’t like that. 😉

    But only time will tell if anyone of them is worth it, and if they are, then I have a site I would try it on.

    Have a great weekend.! 😀

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      on 7 Apr 12 at 14:22 pm

      Yes, we’re just providing alternatives that people have found useful. I myself wonder if they will always be good. I also believe in building all REAL and good links. Spend time building quality links and your site will show because of it. Time will tell if these other methods still work.

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    on 5 Jan 13 at 12:43 pm

    Hi everybody, here every one is sharing these kinds of know-how, therefore it’s pleasant to read this web site, and I used to pay a visit this blog all the time.

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