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We've been using Curated Links for the past two years to rank our agency clients every single week. The power these links behold are no joke. 100% natural links, from 100% real sites owned by 100% real people.

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Who else can offer a 100% money back guarantee if you're unhappy for any reason?

I don't need a fancy infographic to sell this. You're going to be mind-blown by the sheer authenticity of the links we secure for our clients. Forget PBN's, forget web 2.0's - this is the real deal and the holy grail of link building.

We all know Curated Links (Niche Edits) are the best thing since sliced bread. Nothing comes close to the raw, sheer power of these links.

Why? Well, we go and do outreach on your behalf to real webmasters who own real sites. We then work with them to secure you a link in existing content. We then secure the link and ping Google to get it re-indexed and re-cached. The results are phenomenal and speak for themselves!



What are Curated Links / Niche Edits?

Curated Links (also known as Niche Edits) refer to a link that has been added to a post or page that already exists, and has already been indexed or cached by Google. They are extremely powerful for SEO, and as genuine as they come.

They are different from Guest Posts - because with a guest post, you get a link from a new post or page that hasn't built any authority or strength internally.

Curated Links (Niche Edits) offer much stronger link weight due to the fact that Google has already indexed and cached the content, and the post/page has already built authority internally.

We don't use any PBN's or sites that we own. Every single link you get will come from a REAL website, owned by a REAL person with GENUINE content written for a real audience. These links are the holy grail of SEO - nothing comes close to the sheer SEO power and authority of these backlinks.



For just $35 per link, here's what you're going to get:
  • 100%, natural and genuine outreach on REAL sites.
  • A link placed on a 100% real website, owned by a real person, writing REAL content
  • A site with a minimum of RD100+
  • A site ranging from DA10-DA90, TF10-TF90, and CF10-CF90
  • A contextual dofollow link
  • A link on a page or post that is RELEVANT to your niche!
  • We will even ping Google for indexing and re-caching for instant results!
Fancy more? Upgrade your order to an RD500+ link, or order a package and save money!

Ready to experience the holy grail of link building? Simply click here to go ahead and order.

We don't mess around - we're the highest quality Curated Link (Niche Edit) provider. Period.

Want to give us a test? Order ONE link for $35, and we'll refund you if you're not happy. 100% satisfaction guaranteed!!

Ordering is done via Konker. You can buy an order for one link / multiple links, here: http://www.konker.io/services/36000-real-curated-link-niche-edits-outreach-on-genuine-websites-rd100

If you don't want to order via Konker, please add us on Skype. Our Skype ID is serpwolf@tuta.io. Most of our customers transact with us over Skype using a spreadsheet and direct payments. This is safer, and usually quicker.

Want to speak to us prior to ordering?

Email: serpwolf@tuta.io
Skype: serpwolf@tuta.io

Replies via email are usually within 48-hours. Replies on Skype are usually same day.

(Affiliate Links added to Konker): We recently amended all outbound links above to go to Konker via our own affiliate referral ID. We noticed that Konker were claiming new users as their own "affiliate" and taking part of the sale as commission. A kindful BUSO user made us aware of this. By using our referral link, you won't spend any more money - it just means we get the full $35.
 
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This gentleman asked to be included in the Marketplace this week, and due to their lack of history on BuSo and the brevity and lack of substance in their reviews on their Konker page, we agreed that they would provide a couple of links so we could see the quality of their work. I reached out to a friend who was willing to gamble the benefit / damage and we got it done.

The links were on real websites inserted contextually within new sentences on pre-existing posts. I checked the sites out on Ahrefs and they were DR 41 and DR 49 on the new scale, neither penalized. Both receive a realistic amount of organic traffic. I'll report back if I hear that there is a bump in traffic to the linked page.

What I can say thus far is that SerpWolf communicates clearly and timely and the links provided were of the quality promised. I suspect these were the "Upgraded" links due to the number of referring domains to each site. If anyone else gives it a whirl, please make sure to speak up!
 

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I noticed the user name and how he fast tracked to posting in market place.... looks like a good service. I'm gonna subscribe to thread. Interested to see how everything works out for everyone before I order anything. Good luck with sales thread and welcome to buso @SerpWolf.
 

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I'm willing to try it out, but Ive never used this Konker thing.

I would like to see 3 samples ( 3 sites ) where the links were placed though before ordering.
 
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I'm willing to try it out, but Ive never used this Konker thing.

I would like to see 3 samples ( 3 sites ) where the links were placed though before ordering.
Hi buddy.

Konker is very similar to Fiverr - it's a simple order process and probably offers you an extra level of protection. Payments are via PayPal, the same as Fiverr.

With that said, I'll be happy to provide you with a review copy if you like?

Go ahead and PM me a url/anchor/niche, and I'll provide you with a free review copy in exchange for an honest review on this thread :smile:

Yes can we see the site first?
Hi Darth.

We don't have a site list, and we don't send sites for pre-approval due to the extra time it takes waiting for responses from clients. Every campaign is unique to your site, and your niche, and we can't always guarantee a placement on a specific site for that reason.

With that said, I'll be happy to provide you with a second review copy if you like?

Go ahead and PM me a url/anchor/niche, and I'll provide you with a free review copy in exchange for an honest review on this thread.

I noticed the user name and how he fast tracked to posting in market place.... looks like a good service. I'm gonna subscribe to thread. Interested to see how everything works out for everyone before I order anything. Good luck with sales thread and welcome to buso @SerpWolf.
Hi Mj22.

Thanks for the kind words.

Happy to provide you with the third review copy of the thread if you like in exchange for an honest review?

Go ahead and PM me a url/anchor/niche, and I'll provide you with a free review link in exchange for an honest review on this thread.
 

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Bro, I appreciate it, I'm just a buyer here. @CCarter , @Ryuzaki or @eliquid wld be better reviewers for you here than me. I'm still new here yet. Good luck with everything, wish you the best.
 
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I haven't heard of konker before but just bought a gig to try it out. I'll be posting a review when it arrives. I didn't see an option to upgrade the order.
 
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One question that might interest other people as well: are you only inserting links in existing paragraphs, or are you adding contextually relevant paragraph(s) that surround the new OBL?
 
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One question that might interest other people as well: are you only inserting links in existing paragraphs, or are you adding contextually relevant paragraph(s) that surround the new OBL?
Hi Andreint.

It depends. If there's an existing paragraph that makes perfect sense with your anchor text included, then we'll work with the webmaster to just add the link. However, often times, this isn't the case, so we work with them to add anywhere up to a whole new paragraph to ensure it makes sense and looks natural.

I haven't heard of konker before but just bought a gig to try it out. I'll be posting a review when it arrives. I didn't see an option to upgrade the order.
Hi Tucky, thanks for that - received and the team will get started in due course.

There should be options below the gig to upgrade - e.g. an extra $10 for RD500+, or the ability to buy packages with discounts baked in.

All the best
 
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I just received my free link (quick turnaround!)

All in all, it looks decent.

The metrics/traffic numbers of the site are on the lower side, but I don’t mind that.

Site has TF/CF of 10/36 and it’s broadly related to my niche which isn’t ideal, but it’s solid considering the price tag is only $30 a link. It has 400+ RDs, mostly with branded anchors, and most of them are coming from web 2.0s, pinterest, and (semi) related blogs.

The root domain is DR 18, and the URL on which my link was placed is UR 8 with no traffic (according to Ahrefs). The post was published back in 2012 and is indexed. No backlinks pointing to it, though.

The post has a lot of images, it’s nicely formatted (schema included) and the site overall looks solid.

Again, considering the price tag, this looks like a solid service, but I really don’t expect to see any movement whatsoever with only 1 link.

I’d use this service primarily to power up my tier 1 links and maybe even to send a couple of direct links to my money site (inner pages, info content, branded/generic anchor).

Cheers.
 
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I received a message from @SerpWolf a few hours after I gave him my details, saying that my link was live. He did say that it was only this fast because it was a review copy, but it’s impressive nonetheless.

First impressions of the site were really good, I can tell it’s a real business and not just a site made for selling links. It has over 2000 indexed pages, and all of the social profiles have hundreds of followers and thousands of posts/tweets.

On Ahrefs, the site has a DR of 48 and over 300 referring domains, although there is not much organic traffic going to the site. The page itself has a UR of 9, no referring domains and no traffic.

The site as a whole is relevant to my niche, and the page is relevant to my niche also.

I’m guessing that a new paragraph was added to the article near the top. My anchor text is surrounded with relevant terms and the paragraph fits in naturally and doesn’t look out of place on the page.

Overall it’s a great looking site with decent metrics, it’s just a shame there is no traffic going to the page and little traffic going to the site.

But for $30 per link (and less if bought in bulk) this is a pretty decent service. The site is as far away from a PBN as possible and it would definitely pass a manual review. It’s one of the cheapest services for this type of link that I have seen, and I would have no problem pointing these links at my site. They would also make powerful tier 2 links.

Obviously, 1 link probably won’t do much to my rankings, but I pointed it to a page on my site that is 3 months old, has no other backlinks pointing to it, and the main keyword has a KD of 3. The keyword has been sitting on the middle of the second serps page for a few months now, so I will update if anything changes.
 
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Interesting. If you have any super premium sites, I'm willing to pay more than $30 per link, but I need to see a sample of them first.

Also, do you allow specifications on how the content edits will rundown? For instance, I don't want to you edit one sentence and place my link... I'd rather give you an entire paragraph that actually makes the page better, and includes links to other resources in addition to my own.

Do you accommodate this?
 
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Interesting. If you have any super premium sites, I'm willing to pay more than $30 per link, but I need to see a sample of them first.

Also, do you allow specifications on how the content edits will rundown? For instance, I don't want to you edit one sentence and place my link... I'd rather give you an entire paragraph that actually makes the page better, and includes links to other resources in addition to my own.

Do you accommodate this?
Hi Chanilla.

We usually don't accommodate this because it adds so much more time and pressure to the team. At $30 per link, we priced it to be competitive in the IM industry. We have a large-order filling agency retail side that deals with public-facing agencies.

We could work something out, but the pricing may go quite a bit above $30 due to the extra time and effort required to source links. For example, webmaster(s) might reject the paragraph you give us - that adds a ton of time to what we do.

Also, letting you pre-approve sites adds lots of time. You might approve a site, but the webmaster rejects your link placement/domain. All of this keeps adding time, and we try to work in an efficient manner.

We can perhaps work something out, but I'm not sure the pricing would be close to $30 depending on your requirements.

Thanks
 
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SerpWolf delivered my order quickly after I sent the details, they usually take 7-14 days however he advised.

The overall niche of the site and certainly the article in which my link was placed was 100% relevant. The article was edited with a new paragraph that incorporated my link and anchor text very naturally. All good so far.

The site itself has lots of articles and is updated regularly. However while some of the articles appear to be original (including the one I was placed on), many of the others appear to be syndicated (copied) from elsewhere with a credit at the bottom.

As a result of this I think the site does not appear to get much organic traffic. SEMRUSH says 300/month. The site appears to have active commenters on articles. According to SEMRUSH it has links from around 200 domains.
 
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Hey it sounds like this is the case based on previous comments but just for the sake of clarifying 100% - all of these webmasters are fully aware of the links being placed on their sites, right?

Let's say completely hypothetically the link was sending a lot of traffic and the webmaster noticed that in their outbound traffic, or if we were to message them for further collaboration down the road since the niches are related, would they be surprised at all to learn of the link? I think you know what I'm getting at, thanks for clarifying.
 
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Hey it sounds like this is the case based on previous comments but just for the sake of clarifying 100% - all of these webmasters are fully aware of the links being placed on their sites, right?

Let's say completely hypothetically the link was sending a lot of traffic and the webmaster noticed that in their outbound traffic, or if we were to message them for further collaboration down the road since the niches are related, would they be surprised at all to learn of the link? I think you know what I'm getting at, thanks for clarifying.
Hey Potatoe,

We have two lots of inventory - our own that we outreach to, and external partners who we use from time-to-time in the case that clients have specific requirements, or a really difficult and uncommon niche, or they exhaust our internal inventory. All outreach is genuine, and we don't own nor control any of the websites.

As a matter of transparency, we have around 1,600-2,500 sites in our own inventory, and we can call upon quite a few thousand more from third party partners & suppliers.

As far as our own inventory is concerned, we are 100% confident the webmasters are aware as we directly communicate ourselves with them.

With our partners, we have them sign forms that webmasters have given them permission - known as a "supplier agreement". We are an agency based in the UK, so our supplier process is quite stringent. Some suppliers have agreements with the webmasters to place links while others give them a nominal fee for doing the placement, among other agreements in place.

While this is quite vague, we are very transparent as to how we do it - but we cannot divulge the finer details. We have been in the industry now for over 2-years, and there are already competitors trying to compete with us. As you can imagine, keeping the finer details for "internal use only" is of great importance to protect what we do for our clients. We have clients ranging from 100-staff agencies to 1,200+ staff insurance companies.

From doing this for just over two years now, I can only personally recall one time when a webmaster was unaware of a link that had been placed. It turned out that one of our partners was an agency, who included a clause in their contracts to say that they had access to their clients sites to add content that they considered beneficial for the website. Of course, the client(s) agreed to this, but they were unaware this included links. In the end, it turned out to be a misunderstanding the situation was resolved amicably, with the link being re-added.

These links are 99% used for public-facing large agencies who use us as their official outreach partner. This post on BUSO is our first foray into IM - so we take what we do very seriously. We're also excited to be entering the IM industry as a dominant player after being solely an agency that focused on being a "hidden" supplier for agencies.

There are quite a few (dozens) of agencies who resell our links to their client(s), but we're actively trying to enter the market ourselves now with competitive pricing & better service.
 
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Hey, since you are UK based, any way you can invoice my company directly and I can pay via bank transfer, cutting out Konker. My accountant doesn't like random PayPal receipts much.
 
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Hey, since you are UK based, any way you can invoice my company directly and I can pay via bank transfer, cutting out Konker. My accountant doesn't like random PayPal receipts much.
That's perfectly fine, although we do have to charge VAT. Hit us up on Skype and we'll sort it out.
 
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Just received my paid for link. Perfectly worded and slotted into an article that is bang on my requested topic. Also used my anchor text (company name) which was sweet. AHrefs says UR9 DR49 and the article is from 2016. The site is 100% legit with organic traffic 71.

All was looking good until I saw the site had 23k backlinks over 969 refering domains. Looked into this and take a look at what has happened recently...

Lots of pharma and foreign site backlinks - viagra etc :(

I'm guessing OP didn't realise this at the time but it's something that needs to be addressed.

 
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Just received my paid for link. Perfectly worded and slotted into an article that is bang on my requested topic. Also used my anchor text (company name) which was sweet. AHrefs says UR9 DR49 and the article is from 2016. The site is 100% legit with organic traffic 71.

All was looking good until I saw the site had 23k backlinks over 969 refering domains. Looked into this and take a look at what has happened recently...

Lots of pharma and foreign site backlinks - viagra etc :(

I'm guessing OP didn't realise this at the time but it's something that needs to be addressed.

Hi Tucky.

Thanks for the feedback. We definitely weren't aware of any links to the site in this case. When we initially work with a site, we catalog and vet their site on backlink profile, TF, CF and so forth, as well as ensuring the site is legitimate.

Unfortunately, it's a hugely complex task keeping track of these sites as time progresses, especially when we have 2,000+ active sites that we work with.

Can you PM me the link we sourced for you and I'll look into this for you?

Of course, this is definitely something that's out of our control, and an unfortunate event. I don't think it will impact the link strength in the slightest, but interested to see when this happened, and whether the webmaster has resolved the issue. If the issues been resolved and the page(s) 404, then Google should be ignoring those as it's fairly common nowadays unfortunately.

Thanks