In this edition of my Fiverr gig review, I will be looking at 4 more SEO related gigs to see what impact thay had, if any, on my test site rankings.
Plus, I want to uncover a few other Fiverr gigs I use and the reasons why.
And in case you missed it, check out part one of my SEO Fiverr Gig Review.
So, let’s get started!
This gig basically takes an article you provide, turns it into a powerpoint and pdf file, then submits it to the top 10 document sharing and slide sharing sites. They then ping the backlinks for, as they say, faster indexing.
I tried this gig on an inner page of my niche site and I targeted a long tail keyword with easy to medium competition. The page was nowhere in the top 100 before testing this gig. It took a few days but it appeared at around position 45 then after a few weeks of slight movement it’s now sitting at position 41.
This gig will submit your URL, up to two of them, to 100 social bookmarking sites. For an extra $5 they will spin the descriptions, create RSS feeds and submit those feeds to RSS directories. I ordered the gig, used just one URL and ordered the extra’s to try and get the most benefit.
I pointed this gig at another page on the same niche sites as above with easy to medium competition. Before starting this gig the page was not in the top 100. It jumped around position 80 or so for a few weeks then completely disappeared again. It hasn’t been in the top 100 for the last month.
This service will submit an article you provide to MAN (My Article Network), ArticleRanks and Spin And Send. I linked back to an inner page on an authority site of mine that was a product name and medium competition. The page was not in the top 100 to start out with and two months later still hasn’t broke the top 100.
Sorry, there’s no screen shot for when my page doesn’t reach the top 100 for the keyword.
Obviously, the ol’ bullshit detector was going off before even testing this gig, but hey, why not give it a shot.
I tested this gig on an easy to medium competition keyword, a keyword they claim they can take to the first page of Google. The page is an inner URL on an authority site and is also a product name (not the same as the one mentioned above).
This particular page was at position #24 at the start of this gig and has slowly been dropping since and is now at position 49. To be fair, the page was as high as position 4 at one time and was starting on a decline before I ran this gig. Either way, it didn’t help.
In addition to the gigs I tested for this review, there are a few that I frequently use for various reasons. In no particular order:
- I will make 20 000 GUARANTEED Instant Blog Comment Backlinks with Scrapebox for unlimited urls and keywords for $5 and I will create Xrumer Backlinks 20 000, 30 000, 40 000, 50 000, 100 000 Links Verified Forum Profile Backlinks for $5: You’ve probably heard of the importance of getting your backlinks indexed. Furthermore, you’ve probably heard of, and perhaps even tried out, a few different backlink indexers, but IMHO none of those backlink indexers work as good as blasting your backlinks with comments and profiles. Both of these gigs WAY over deliver so you typically end up with hundreds of thousands of links AND you can point these links at an unlimited amount of URL’s! And notice that I point these to my tier 2’s and tier 3’s, NOT my money site! So, once a month I spend $10 and blast my money sites backlinks with these two packages. Works better than any backlink indexer and is affordable.
- I will use 22 PR8 to PR5 social bookmark to create backlinks MANUALLY to your website for $5: I’m a big fan of social bookmarking…when it’s done right! These social bookmarks make great tier 2’s and I usually blast these with comments or profiles to pass more juice through.
- I will spin and submit your article to 7450 Article Directories, Get 500+ Google Backlinks + Full Report + Ping for $5: Sometimes I like to blast my web 2.0’s and other tier 2’s with AMR blasts and this gig does just that. I like this gig because they even provide the article for you, making it completely hands off.
Now, I’d like to hear from you…What Fiverr gigs am I missing? What gigs do you frequently use if any? Let us know in the comments below!