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My name is Yasir Khan and I'm the owner of a leading Seo company which has over 150 clients worldwide.
I am in need of a person who can negotiate with other relevant and authority websites into placing our back link on either their homepages or on other main pages such as their blog.
We can either pay monthly for those links, they are one time fee or we can simply provide them with free Seo work in return for link.
The links need to come from authority websites which are relevant in nature.
Normally, I'm looking for links which are on the homepage or on the blog etc.
I understand these kind of links are not easily built which is why I would be happy to reward anyone who can do this for us consistently.
Here are some examples of the websites where we would like to get the links from:
There are no hard or fast rules but I hope you understand what kind of links we are trying to get.
Please only apply to this project if you have done this kind of work before. We will not be able to award this project to anyone who is not completed these kind of negotiations in the past.
When you apply, please send us the relevant information regarding how you were able to build these kinds of links in the past for your other clients.
The upside is that if we hire you, you will always get rewarded whenever you place a new link for us.
We are fully open to full-time work together.
Additional Project Description:
01/24/2013 at 11:57 PHT
IMPORTANT: Please do NOT think of this as just another SEO project. Please read the description before bidding. We are looking for very specialized skills etc.
01/25/2013 at 5:01 PHT
We do not want any links from link networks or from other websites that you own.
We want links from authority websites which are in good standing with Google. We actually want someone who can reach out and negotiate with these webmasters so we can place a link on their website.
Please understand that this approach is totally different from the spacing a link on the back link network, which is something we do not want.