Cheap Way to Build Backlinks for the Next Google PR Update PDF Print E-mail
LinksIt’s crucial to rank higher on search engines if your online business depends highly on web-based walk-in customers or rather known as web traffic. However, not everyone understands the importance of optimizing their blog or websites for search engine purposes.

I had a chat with one of my clients the other day – he has a website which lacks elements such as exposure and to my surprise it wasn’t even listed in the top 50 search results on Google.

One way to get your website noticed is to build backlinks to your site – Google places weight on the number of links linking back to your site to determine the importance. The more backlink your site has – you’d rank higher in Google. But that’s not the whole story – anchor texts have its role as well. Google also takes into consideration the anchor texts that was used to link to your site.

I know I know – this might sound a little techie… Nevertheless the bottom line is – if you want your website to rank higher on search engines, you’ll need to build backlinks.

There are tons of methods to build backlinks – but most these methods are pretty darn expensive:

1. Paid posts cost a minimum $5 per post and you only get a link back to your site
2. Listing your site on directories is also expensive – $7 to $10 for express listings, else 50% of the time, your submission is rejected


If cost and time is your major concern, you should definitely use link building services.


Think of this – a mere $11 a month may get up to 10,000 static links to your site… link building services is revolutionary – they already have

1. 40,500 users registered in their system,
2. 31,396,944 links available on their system, and
3. 40,813,118 pages indexed by TNX

What makes different is that they use a TNX-point system which is later used to purchase links on other sites. You can top up your points in your account by purchasing it using

1. their PayPal link or
2. Bank Transfer (Wire)
3. Checks
4. Money Order

NOTE: SEO consultants/specialists gets

1. 20% bonus for every $50 spent
2. 50% bonus for $100 and above
3. 100% bonus for $250 and above

But what makes special for webmasters is the ability to sell TNX-points for a profit or in simple terms – exchange your points for money or you can reuse these points to purchase links on other sites.

Sell TNX Points

It’s easy to run TNX on your site –

1. Register for a FREE account here
2. Get TNX’s code and paste it in your blog
3. Add your site in their database and wait for approval within 1-3 days

Income CalculatorBut that’s not it – if you refer someone to use TNX system,

1. You get 13.3% of all TNX-points generated by their websites, and
2. Make 5% of all payments made by advertisers

Try out their income calculator to find out how much you can earn through your sites.

1. Enter your website’s URL
2. Number of pages
3. Number of pages with PR
4. Your site’s category (different categories have different link pricing)
5. Number of links per page (max 4)

Best of all – you can run TNX codes side by side with Google Adsense, doubling your earnings.

Interested? Register for a FREE TNX account here. Cheers!

Comments (9)Add Comment
written by new zealand map, February 04, 2008
I have heard Google has been penalizing anything they can positively indentify as a paid link. Do you think this is true? If so, do you think this service could potentially cause Google to lower the PR of buyers and sellers using it?
I am just curious for your thoughts on this. I have been reading a lot lately from others about it.
written by jeff, February 05, 2008
Thanks for this great post.

I have been using TNX to sell links via TNX from my website since January 2008 and already earned more than I would earn in 5 months by selling links through any other networks.

TNX is definitely the best link network out there!

Will be also buying links later this month. Pretty sure TNX will do great.

I have already told all my friends about this great system.

Bravo, TNX!
Thanks for the advice
written by wabi, February 09, 2008
Hi Michael

it looks a very great tip!
I will try it, thanks again
written by iCalvyn, February 11, 2008
I always heard TNX, but never really know what is it... there are benefit if become advertiser and publisher... thank for the intro and i will join it with ur link... smilies/cheesy.gif
written by Phil the Plumbing Expert, February 20, 2008
Thanks for the great post! I now understand more about TNX. I'll try this also! smilies/wink.gif
is there a penalty in Google for using paid links?
written by Les, March 07, 2008
Like NZ Map, I've read something about Google penalizing what it assesses as paid links. Have you hear anything about this? Thanks for bringing my attention to this.
Very Nice Review
written by Kyrie Bridgewater, April 08, 2008
Hi Michael,
Thanks for the great review on TNX. I've heard about it, but really didn't understand it very well. Thanks for the many details, now it makes sense to me!

Kyrie Bridgewater
one tiny question
written by Polina, April 24, 2008
and what if google changes its politics regarding backlinks? It can change the formula any day and all the job on building inbound links would be ruined at oncesmilies/sad.gif
I also heard
written by JBourne, April 25, 2008
that Google was going to make paid links not count in the algorithm. Not sure how true that is, but it certainly does make paid blog directories useless from an SEO point of view. Still a great way to get referral traffic assuming you get nice placement on the blog directory, but that also assumes that the blog directory is doing its job by making sure it gets lots of visitors.

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