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Ever since Google wiped out BuildMyRank, web site owners that are looking to build incoming one way links to their site are on the prowl for the next best solution. One of the link building services that is catching the eye of many site owners is a network called Link Authority.

What is

Link Authority is much like the BuildMyRank concept, except they are free for users to join but also offer an upgrade option for anyone looking to submit a lot of content. Link Authority has built up a massive collection of blogs that are ranked with a minimum Page Rank of 2. In addition to their own network of sites, Link Authority allows their members to submit blogs of their own to post content to.

To concept behind the site is simple… submit original high quality content and get a link back to your web site from one of the Page Rank 2+ sites in the blog network. The minimum words per article is 200 words, and if you submit an article with 300+ words you can include three links within the article.

How Much Does Link Authority Cost?

As mentioned, Link Authority is free for anyone to use but there are limitations on how many links and articles you can submit through the site. To increase your daily quota on submissions, you can either submit your own blog sites to include in their network of blogs, or you can simply pay a monthly rate based on how much you want to increase your quote.

If you want to add your own blogs to increase your daily quote, the amount you receive will depend on the Page Rank of your site. Since Link Authority only accepts blogs with a Page Rank of 2 or higher, quality is a must when they are accepting sites. Below is a break down of how much your quote would increase with a blog submission to their network.

  • Add a PR 2 site and increase your submission quota by 2 per day
  • Add a PR 3 site and increase your submission quota by 3 per day
  • Add a PR 6 site and increase your submission quota by 7 per day

If you don’t want to add any blog sites to the network, you can simply upgrade your account. The average price per daily quota submission is around .30 cents, but this will vary on the amount you decide to purchase. The higher the limit, the less you will have to pay.

Link Authority Review and Recap

With more people looking to increase the amount of one way incoming links to their web sites and the recent closure of BuildMyRank, I am sure Link Authority will see a massive increase in signups and users over the coming weeks. Two huge benefits that Link Authority has over BuildMyRank is that they only offer links from blogs with a Page Rank of 2 or higher… which means you don’t need to waste articles and get a lousy PR1 link back. And of course the other huge incentive is that it’s free to join.

Create Your Free Link Authority Account Now.

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

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  • Reply
    on 23 Mar 12 at 23:04 pm

    Hi Zac,
    Are there any SEO side effects of using this system?

    • Reply
      on 24 Mar 12 at 11:33 am

      The extra links that you build up over time will definitely help out your sites rankings in the search engines, but you also have to be aware of the possibilities of Google removing and de-indexing the network of blogs that you are receiving links from… which could result in a ton of links lost if you are pushing these services hard.

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    on 7 Oct 12 at 0:49 am

    Wonderful site you have here but I was curious if you knew of any forums
    that cover the same topics talked about here? I’d really like to be a part of community where I can get suggestions from other knowledgeable individuals that share the same interest. If you have any recommendations, please let me know. Thanks a lot!

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    on 11 Dec 12 at 13:03 pm

    Excellent information. Glad you could share such an interesting bit of information for link building.

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