Take these steps…

Our measures go above and beyond the norm when it comes to hiding footprints and securing the sites.

However, you can help too.  Here are some necessary actions we insist that you take to protect your investment.

  1. Keep track of your links.  It goes without saying that in order to perform proper offsite SEO, you need to keep track of the sources of your links as well as the anchor text you’ve used.  That being said…
  2. Avoid using Google products for keeping track of your links.  Especially…
    1. Gmail – We’d highly prefer if you didn’t use gmail, but if you insisit, do not ‘type’ any URLs (your sites or ours) directly into the message.
    2. Google Docs – We recommend docs.zoho.com which is a much better XLS solution anyways.
  3. Try not to repeat the same link patterns.  For example, lets say you have money-site-a.com and money-site-b.com.  You purchase a links from pbna.com to both money-site-a.com and money-site-b.com.  Try not to repeat this same pattern on another PBN.  The more that it’s repeated, the more of a footprint you’re creating.


    Don’t Repeat the Same Outbound Link Patterns

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  4. Be careful with disavows – Perhaps in the past you’ve gotten some low quality spam links or maybe you were negative SEO’d.  Before considering a disavow, make certain for sure that you’re facing a Penguin penalty.  Matt Diggity (matt@diggitymarketing.com) can help you out with determining this.  Second, be absolutely sure you don’t disavow the wrong links.  There’s right ways to do disavow and wrong ways.  We’re happy to give our advice.

Deindexing

During the large wave of deindexes in September 2014 where people lost between 40-100% of their networks, Diggity Links faced zero casualties. 0% of the network was taken down.

In August 2015, many networks exeperienced de-indexing due to being on SEO hosting, a pitfal we had predicted long ago.  Again, we faced zero casualties.

You’re in good hands.

Should a deindex happen for whatever reason, we will automatically adjust your subscription and refund you for the unfulfilled month.  However, we do not offer refunds for any penalties that you may incur.  By making a purchase, you are acknowledging that there is a risk involved (for both parties, in fact).   

Is it ok to change URLs or anchors after the links have been placed?

No.  Once a link is placed, neither the URL or the anchor text may be adjusted.  The reason is as follows: search engines punish websites that are clearly in control of their own link building.  When a target URL or an anchor text is changed in an existing article, that is a clear sign that the site owner has control of the sites linking to him/her.  Thus, we don’t allow URL and anchor changes, to protect both the network and yourself.

Cancellations

If you’d like to cancel links for whatever reason, log into PayPal and cancel the appropriate subscription in your “My Pre Approved Payments” dashboard (instructions).  When you purchase an order with us, we send you a subscription ID number.  You can reference this number to make sure you cancel the relevant subscription.

Note: Because of changes in the PayPal system, we will no longer be able to cancel subscriptions for you.  If you would like to cancel a subscription and you are late in doing so, no refunds will be given.

How to get Free Links

For every 10 links that go to a single domain (various pages on the same domain count), you’ll get two free lifetime inner page links to that same domain, on a blog of our choice.  

These links are ideal for pillowing: creating backlinks for your non-critical anchors such as URLs, brand, and “click here’s”.

You can reach the 10-milestone on one purchase or multipe purchases.  For example, if you order 4 links in your first order, and 6 links in a later order, then you’re still elligible.

Once you reach 10 links, simply contact orders@diggitymarketing.com with the URL and Anchor combinations you’d like.