Warning: Don’t get into 3WayLinks until you read this review.
I published my website about weight loss last November 2008 eyeing to earn from affiliates and Google Adsense. I of course did the usual site promotions and social networking techniques such as submitting articles and RSS feeds to dozens if not hundreds of article submission sites. And like many amateur webmasters, I also easily became prey to Submit-Your-Website-to-Hundreds-of-Thousands-of-Search-Engines schemes and spent hundreds of dollars just to get my website to top ranking page on Google, Yahoo and MSN. But to my dismay months have passed and I barely get any traffic much less get it to top 1000 in search engines.
Until sometime in February 2009, I came across this ad about 3 way links with a promise of guaranteed high rankings on Google. Desperate to achieve my goal, I decided to give it a try. Since they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee so I thought I would have nothing to lose because if it didn’t work in a month then I would just take my money back. The system allows you to put up to 50 domains in their network for your monthly fee. I only added my then only 1 website. I then promptly forgot about it and went on my life.
Less than a month later, the traffic to my site I had added to 3 way links network had tripled! I created 2 more sites and right away added them to my 3waylinks network account.
Then about 2 ½ months later I was looking at the traffic stats for the second site I had added to the network. It was a home remodeling related website, and I had been targeting the term “design kitchen” with my main keyword. I noticed that my traffic had jumped significantly for that term; however, it wasn’t the main way people were finding my website.
No, the top traffic generating keyword to my website was the term “home remodeling”. This website wasn’t optimized for the term in any way, shape, or form. I had deemed that word too difficult to get top ten rankings for. However, I had used the keyword “home remodeling” as my secondary keyword in the 3waylinks.net system. When I investigated where the traffic was coming from, it was all from Google. I had reached the top 30 of Google for the term “home remodeling” without even trying.
A couple months later I broke into the top 10 of Google for the term “design kitchen”, and that term then became my top traffic keyword. The site also achieved top 2 rankings in both Yahoo and MSN for “design kitchen”.
At this point I checked out how the third site I had entered into the system. And you can probably guess what I’m going to say – yep – top ten rankings in Google for that site as well. Right now I have a total of 9 websites all in my 3waylinks account and you bet they’re all in Google’s Page 1 ranking!
I am comfortable saying that, yes, 3waylinks is definitely worth it, and it works extremely well. I am extremely comfortable recommending this to everyone as a system that will help you get top ten rankings not just in Yahoo and MSN (as I originally suspected) but in Google as well.
And trust me, a top ten Google ranking is worth a heck of a lot more than a top ten in Yahoo or MSN because it drives so much more traffic to your website.
The Holy Grail of ranking well in Google is links. Lots of links. That’s an undisputed fact. The problem is that you can’t get just any kind of links. That is why reciprocal links just don’t work with Google. Google will only rank sites whose links follow a very specific linking pattern.
People spent hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars on discovering exactly what linking pattern Google demands. Jonathan Leger, the creator of Search Engine Myths Exposed, Instant Article Wizard, SEO Explosion, and Site Super Tracker, has uncovered what Google wants and have automated the process.
The system uses a method of linking known as 3-way linking. Unlike the traditional one-way link, where only one site benefits, with a 3-way link all 3 sites get what Google sees as a one-way link to their web site.
In the old reciprocal link method, site A linked to site B and site B linked back to site A. Google does not value that kind of link very much at all anymore. Google wants to see one-way links (or at least what it believes are one-way links).
In a 3-way link setup, site A links to site B, site B links to site C, and site C links to site A (as shown in the graphic above). This is where the power of this system lies. Google sees each link in the 3-way link exchange as a one-way link and gives it the FULL ranking value of a one-way link.
When your website gets into the 3Waylinks pool, it will be linked to thousands of quality websites that are already in the network “3-way linked” to each other ensuring that no reciprocal links are taking place. Having hundreds of links to your website (which Google see as 1-way-links) guarantees your site of Page One ranking.