25 February 2011

Build 25 Unique Backlinks to Your Pages Every Single Day, FREE!

Building backlinks to your pages is an essential part of SEO (short for Search Engine Optimization) for two reasons. 

  1. It helps your pages get indexed faster, which is very important because you want the search engines to find them as soon as possible and crawl them regularly.
  2. It helps your pages get higher search engine rankings for the keywords of your choice.
The more backlinks you have, the better. Period.

Submit your 
content Every Day to 25 social 
bookmarking sites, all on unique 
C class IPs... FREE.

However, building backlinks can be a time-consuming, boring process. You can outsource the process to an agency and pay a lot of money... Or you can do it yourself with SocialMonkee! SocialMonkee is an instant backlink builder allowing you to build 25 unique backlinks, every day, FREE! All links are on unique C-Class IP addresses and domains. Imagine being able to create 25 unique backlinks every day, with the click of a button, FREE! Well, you can stop imagining...

So, 25 unique backlinks every day... That's a total of 175 backlinks every week, 750 every month. If you upgrade, you will be able to build 100 uniques backlinks, 3 times a day! That's a total of 2,100 backlinks every week, 9,000 every month!

Submitting a page to SocialMonkee via the members area takes under two minutes, but there's an even faster way! They created a Firefox plugin that allows you to submit your page to up to 100 sites in just a few clicks, using nothing else than Firefox! Submitting your RSS feeds to RSS submitters is actually a very important step in link building.

So what are you waiting for? Join SocialMonkee now while it's still free!


  1. This sounds great, Sir Rob! Whew 25 daily backlinks daily, that's every blogger's dream!

    Will check it out. :D

    Have a nice day!

  2. nice one, thanks for sharing all these! =) Godspeed!

  3. I think i'll be needing this, cause all of my Alexa went down the drain XP

    I hope to return too for good, but that passion of blogging isn't that too passionate right now X(

  4. This sounds good, but I'm afraid that anything that relates to "automation" and "speed" raises fears of violating Adsense rules. I prefer to take the long and winding link building route, Sir Rob :)