It’s likely you haven’t heard of Neurolinker, but quite possible you’ve heard of Google Annihilation – both are link building systems where you can gain lots of quality backlinks to your sites and blogs. Both of these are fairly similar systems, though one is clearly streets ahead of the other on price, performance and value for money.
And the winner is….
Neurolinker. Surprised? Well, Google Annihilation is being promoted by the internet marketing “gurus” and everybody and anybody who has an IM related list. And that’s fine – but before you invest you’re money, you should definitely check out Neurolinker as well. If you’re looking for a link building service to increase the link popularity of your sites and increase your search engine rankings, you owe it to yourself and your business to do your due diligence.
To help you along, here’s my own comparison of Neurolinker vs Google Annihilation:
They both allow you to add your sites to a 3 way or N-way linking network that builds backlinks to your sites over time. They both allow you to use several keywords for your sites, and link to internal pages within your site (very important for SEO). But that’s pretty much where the similarities end. Neurolinker costs less, and lets you add over 3 times as many sites to the network as Google Annihilation does. And Neurolinker has a whole host of powerful Web 2.0 benefits that Google Annihilation doesn’t.
|$27 for up to 100 websites||$37 for up to 30 websites|
|Uses complex algorithms for finding most relevant websites, and lets you pick manual categories too||Uses NO relevant website matching algoriths, only manual categories|
|Virtually unlimited anchor keywords using advanced keyword syntax||ONLY 3 anchor keywords allowed|
|Article marketing component with article spinner||NO article marketing|
|Free website content for your website from articles||NO social bookmarking|
|Collaborative social bookmarking system for permanent links from social BM sites||NO user options for selecting number versus relevance of links|
|Can reject any inbound and some outbound links||NO ability to reject any inbound or outbound links|
|Plenty of tutorials and instructions||NO tutorials or instructions|
|A forum for help and suggestions from other users||NO forum|
I’m not saying Google Annihilation is bad – it’s just that Neurolinker is a far superior system and costs less.
The Web 2.0 power of Neurolinker comes by the way of a collaborative social bookmarking system where you can add your site, Squidoo and Digg URLs to be bookmarked, rated and dugg by all the other Neurolinker members. Not all members participate in this web 2.0 service, but those that do are seeing a remarkable improvement in the rankings. Basically you’re getting everyone else in the network bookmark your sites on well known web 2.0 properties like StumbleUpon, Furl, and Delicious.
Each member’s list of sites to bookmark is prioritized so that other members who have done lots of social bookmarking themselves get their sites listed at the top of the list. So, each member gets rewarded for doing social bookmarking for others because then their sites are get pushed to the top of the task list for everyone else to bookmark.
I’ve been using Neurolinker for 3 weeks now – during that time I’ve noticed a definite increase in the traffic levels to my sites, and consequently an increase in the number of sign ups to my lists and the income these sites generate from my affiliate programs and adsesne account. I did sign up at Google Annihilation to check it out, but when I realized it offered only a small fraction of Neurolinker I canned it and requested a refund.
For $37 it’s definitely a no-brainer – and the guy behind it (Marc Ilgen) has a Ph.D in computer science, has been developing software for over 25 years and is extremely well versed in SEO and link popularity. So he knows what he’s talking about.
So if you’re looking to add an extra tool to your SEO war chest, or simply want to increase link popularity to your sites, Neurolinker is definitely worth checking out. If you want to know more, add a comment to this post and I’ll help out any way I can.