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Backlink Generator

I was drafting on a new article but I missed a word to describe something specific. Let me coin the term "Backlink Generator". EDIT: Article now written here.

With "Backlink Generator" I mean a "machine" that generates backlinks passively. It is a tool, script or something else which makes people link to it without any effort from your part.

What is the difference between a Link Bait and a Backlink Generator?

With Link Bait people link to you because of the content. With a Backlink Generator people link to you because it is forced or made like that.

4 examples of good Backlink Generators

There are many more Backlink Generators that can be created, those are just from the top of my head and what I deem the most effective ones.

An SEO contest is a good Link Bait if executed well. If you then also force the contestants to link to you it also becomes a good Backlink Generator and even a better Link Bait due to the controversy ...

It is very easy for a Backlink Generator to get a lot of links and good PR. I manage myself 5 and they are all PR 5-6 and each day they get about 2 new good backlinks, passively.

Use your Backlink Generators to link to your content sites!

1 Oct 2006

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About the Author Jim Westergren Jim Westergren is a web entrepreneur from Sweden now living in Bolivia. He is happily married and has two lovely children. Some of his interests are web development, SEO and writing. He is the Founder and CEO of TodaysWeb offering SEO, web development and manages projects such as N.nu. Read his . Follow Jim on Twitter.

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