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Introducing Backlink Rhino
Backlink Rhino is an Advanced backlinks SaaS tool that finds you High Quality, High Authority powerful backlink opportunities.
Google Loves WikiPedia, getting backlinks from Wikipedia makes Google trust (and rank) your sites/pages/videos
This is how the SEO insiders who are really in the know get high power backlinks that allow them to rank with ease and dominate the serarch results…
Backlink Rhino finds wikipedia pages where the domain has expired and can be re-registered for a few dolloars, just the same as a regular domain
This kind of backlink is often offered as a service from ‘SEO’ companies who charge $50-$100+ for just 1 backlink
With Backlink Rhino you can search for as many as you want, and once you own the domain you have far more flexibility what you can use the backlinks for…
Whether you want to rank a post on your site, an offer wor squeeze page, or even a video in YouTube, using just 1 backlink from your own domain linked to from Wikipedia will get you far more Google ranking juice than buying a bunch of low quality links from other services…
It’s like getting the backlink juice from a PBN network from just 1 link.
When it comes to backlinks and ranking, wikipedia backlinks are the Gold Standard of links!
Not only can you use these links for yourself, you could easily charge clients for providing these backlinks and even charge them monthly for them as an SEO service, creaing a long term recurring income stream for your business.
You could even sell the domains on Flippa for quick profits!
If you want to rank on demand for high demand buyer keywords this is the most effective way.
Just One Backlink From WikiPedia Can Mean Insane Amounts Of Google Traffic
Whoa now, what’s all this “backlink” business you’re talking about, Matt?
It’s quite simple. A “backlink” is just a link from one web page to another site. And the more of these beauties you have pointing to YOUR sites & offers, the more traffic you get.
But obviously, not all backlinks are created equal.
Unless your backlinks are related to your site content, they’re next to useless.
A link to your site from your best friend’s blog on basket weaving (that sees maybe 6 visitors a month) … IS NOT going to get you much traffic.
But a backlink to your web properties from WikiPedia?