- May 24, 2015
SEO FRIENDLY WIKIPEDIA BACKLINKS
About the Service
I am very experienced with Wikipedia and I have an extremely reputed and trusted account with over 200k edits. On Wikipedia nothing I guaranteed! It is a free encyclopedia, written collaboratively by the people who us it. Anyone can edit it.
As you may know, it is almost impossible to get links into Wikipedia without an extremely trusted and authoritative site and most links get deleted by moderators the next day! With my reputation, authority, and experience to stay under the radar in Wikipedia I am able to get stable long term links.
I will add a link to your site in Wikipedia, on an existing page related to your subject. I will pick the best page allowing for both a high chance of the link sticking as well as maximizing traffic to your site. Everything I do is thoroughly planned out.
Even with the new regulations and guidelines (which I mention below) - I am still the most qualified person to place links/content on Wikipedia. Here are a few of the new regulations that make things even more difficult than they already are.
A. Detecting spam (better systems) - practically all edits that involve a link addition are reviewed now, whatever the account may be. Even older accounts get reviewed now!
B. More risk - I need to do a lot more preliminary work to ensure that sites do not get blacklisted, since they are more trigger happy with spam blacklists now.
C. Standards are being raised so having a respectable account means much more work and meaningful editing.
Benefits & Stats
Fact #1 | Traffic Benefits
Some wikipedia pages also get a ton of traffic, and some of those people will be clicking through to your site, so these links can actually pay for themselves in time just from the traffic.
Fact #2 | SEO Benefits
I really can't claim anything for SEO benefits, it all comes down to your own knowledge. Ask yourself this, what is the purpose of a backlink? It shows authority and trust to search engines. What better authority and trust is there than having a link inside Wikipedia, where it is nearly impossible to get a crappy site in?
It is also no follow link, but its the BEST no-follow link you can get. Here are the current stats. Numbers speak for themselves;
- Domain Authority (DA) = 100
- Ahrefs domain rank = 91
- Alexa Rank = 7
Refunds & Guarantee (updated Feb 20, 2018)
I have done almost 5k+ links by now, ~95% of the links I have done have stuck permanently. This is due to my experience, research and preliminary work - which is time consuming, but worth it in the long-run.
The 5% removal rate is pretty great considering that anyone can edit Wikipedia, competitors sabotage pages, noobs edit pages, consistent page audits by veteran moderators, new rules/regulations - not to mention all the background user checks that are in place! Considering all these circumstances, offering a guarantee on something we can’t control is not realistic, so we are putting an end to that!
Instead, we are standing behind our expertise (9+ years) and quality of work (as you can see from the reviews). We use a tested set of methodologies that has been working for the past 9 years.
Check Get Wikipedia Backlink FAQ for frequently asked questions if you need to.
Ordering & Contact
PM me! or Skype: editor.wikipedia
(MAKE SURE YOU MENTION YOUR FROM BUSO!)
Cost (updated March 28, 2019)
We don’t have any set prices because each request varies in difficulty. We do research before providing you with a recommendation and price. That being said, price for a link usually cost $288, unless its hyper difficult niche. This price is only for BUSO members and provided after the research is complete.
We don't charge for the research. Its free and always will be. For bulk links, discounts are available.