30% Off: Download the Link Builders Toolkit

Posted by Mark Thompson - April 27, 2010 - SEO, Tools - 2 Comments

Today is the official launch of the Link Builders Toolkit.  The Link Builders Toolkit is THE ultimate resource for finding quality websites to gain inbound links.  Over the years I have been collecting websites that I found to be of high value and worth investing time into gaining links from.  I finally got around to organizing the list and adding other link building resources.  This toolkit will save you hours and hours from manually having to hunt for websites to gain links from.  This excel document contains over 1400 PR 3+ websites all organized into different categories depending on the type of sites you are trying to get links from.

What’s Included in the Link Builders Tookit:

  • Over 160 Blog Directories (Download this tab for FREE!)
  • Over 30 Classified Sites
  • Over 100 Content Sharing Sites
  • Over 80 Coupon/Deal Sites
  • Over 400 Directories
  • Over 40 eBook Sites
  • Over 25 Event Sites
  • Over 30 Forum Sites
  • Over 50 Local Sites
  • Over 40 Photo Sharing Sites
  • Over 35 Podcast Sites
  • Over 300 PR/Article Submission Sites
  • Over 35 Q&A Communities
  • Over 65 Review Sites
  • Over 60 RSS Submission Sites
  • Over 50 Social Bookmarking Sites
  • Over 50 Social Community Sites
  • Over 45 Shopping Sites
  • Over 35 Twitter Sites
  • Over 35 Video Sharing Sites
  • Over 60 Free Website Creation Sites
  • Over 15 Wiki Sites

Other Great Resources That Are Included:

  • List of Ping Sites to Syndicate Your Content
  • Complete List of Search Queries for Finding Link Partners

You can buy the Link Builders Toolkit or download the Blog Directories tab for free.  For a limited time, you will get a 30% discount on the toolkit, so make sure you pick up your copy.

About the Author

Mark Thompson

Mark is the creator of StayOnSearch and president of Search Creatively, a full-service Internet Marketing Company located in Raleigh, North Carolina. He also contributes to many industry related blogs including Search Engine Journal and is active on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Mark on Twitter
2 comments
unhappy guy
unhappy guy

I spent the money based on the buzz, but have to say that I'm not impressed by the number of these "resources" which no longer are accepting links or are requiring ridiculous sums of money for links. I'm sure to find a handful.. but not worth the money spent.

Kristi Hines
Kristi Hines

Just downloaded it - absolutely amazing resource for any link builder, from beginners to the more seasoned professionals.