The Link Juicer, Super SEO Backlinking Program

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The Linkjuicer program is a fantastic program to add to your SEO arsenal. It is a program I personal use and recommend. And if you’re a long time visitor of Netwoozy you know that I don’t recommend what I don’t test or use or feel is essential to your online business.

In this video I’ll be showing you the inside of this program and give you an overview. This will help you understand a bit more how this program works. The next video I work on will actually show you how to use this program. It can be a little bit confusing at first so watching the videos will help you get off to a fast start.

Should you decide to try this program and join through my referral link, I’ll give you a one on one phone session to help you with your own SEO project. You can use this time to pick my brain in SEO or even have me take a look at your website and help you see where you can improve your SEO.

Okay, that’s it for this post. I’ll probably work on the next video Monday. My goal is to work as little as possible on the weekends. So, um… looks like I need to get outta here. :P

9 Responses to “The Link Juicer, Super SEO Backlinking Program”

  • pythian99 says:

    I used the Linkjuicer free trial in January 2014 and I believe it helped contribute my blog moving from 6th page on google to bottom of page 1 and top of page 2. I must admit the traffic hasn’t exploded but that is mainly due to the keyword which doesn’t have lots of searches per month. However, I can see that for a competitve keyword with a mixed backlink strategy over say 6 month you’re likely to get to page 1 or 2.

  • chrisi says:

    Hey Champion,

    I’ve had this blog since 2000, sold it in 2002, bought it back in 2005 I think. I have a very successful business online at, but I still enjoy posting on my blog here.

    To make money blogging is truly a most difficult task. You would have to pick a topic and find ways to get your articles to go viral. Youtube videos would help if you could get those to go viral as well.

    Without any prior training I would say if you just want to blog for fun, it’s super easy to learn. If you want to blog for money, don’t believe the hype about it being easy as 1,2,3. It never is.

  • champion says:

    Hey there excellent blog! Does running a blog like this require a large
    amount of work? I’ve absolutely no understanding
    of computer programming but I was hoping to start my own blog soon.
    Anyhow, if you have any suggestions or tips for new blog owners
    please share. I know this is off subject nevertheless I simply had to ask.
    Many thanks!

  • Adam, you can change the number of backlinks made each day if you’re worried about Google reacting negatively. I set my campaigns at 3-5 a day and haven’t had a problem.

  • smuigal says:

    Hi Adam,

    Yep, my Youtube account is Netwoozy and it’s me in both cases. There and here. :) Remember to let me know if you join anything through my link. I’m now offering a free 1 hour SEO coaching session. Testing is always good. My next video is going to go into more details on how to use Linkjuice in a non-spammy way. Any SEO software can be abused of course. Many people do this. And these people do get sandboxed for it.

    Keep me posted Adam, :)

  • Adam says:

    hmmmm, very interesting… thanks for taking your time to explain how it works. I won’t try it on my current site but definitely consider this method for my other sites. Is your youtube nick Netwoozy? or am I talking to another person?

    my site has only been created since early july this year and so far I’ve been ranking first page doing old fashion way of link building. majority of my back linking is to PR 4-9 websites including .edu and .gov sites so I’m hoping this site of mine will pick up PR ranking shortly.. nevertheless your method sounds perfect for my other sites to test on.

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  • Odis Topoian says:

    I’m amazed that this Linkjuice technology is even available. Thanks for the article!

  • smuigal says:

    Well, I used it to boost many of my websites rankings and so far none have ever been sandboxed. I usually start out with 4 links per day and sometimes increase it to 10. Some of these posts seem to sit on blogs that look very fresh, others are older more mature blogs.

    The social bookmarking is also really great. One thing people sometimes will do is forget to add variety in their SEO. This is really important. Just doing one type of backlinking is not a good idea. I would say that for a very low budget using linkjuice and AMA are a killer combo.

    In addition I would add some more variety using videos and places like Hubpages and Squidoo. Also leaving comments such as you just did will also help greatly. I think has a PR2 now so comments on my site will be a boost to anyone’s links. I just ask for good comments and thoughtful ones such as the one you just made Adam. :)

  • Adam says:

    hmmmm how good is the quality of these back links and will Google punish you for having so many backlinks in such short period of time?

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