Backlink Battleplan

Backlink Battleplan is my first “premium” product. Actually, that’s not a very good way of putting it, because my free stuff tends to be pretty “premium” as well. Backlink Battleplan is the first product I’m actually going to ask you to pay for, then.

Right now, though, it’s not available yet. And to pass the time until it is, I’m going to be giving out some free tips, tools and techniques.

You can sign up here to go get them.

Backlink Battleplan is all about building links and there are two things that really set it apart:

  1. It gives you a clear, step-by-step site promotion plan to follow. Basically, you repeat all the steps in the Battleplan until your page reaches that #1 spot for your target keyword. Then you move on to the next site.
  2. It relies on automated link-building systems, but all of those systems are free. In other words, the Battleplan can save you a couple hundred bucks a month in paid tools. Or, you can add the free tools to your arsenal of paid ones and get even more links, even more quickly (hint: that’s what I do).

Anyway, to get an impression of what this thing is all about, head on over here and sign up.

Also: Please leave a comment below the free videos, letting me know what you think. Thanks!



I'm Shane Melaugh and I'm the guy writing most of the posts on this blog. My goal is to provide you with useful, straight-forward insights on how to grow your business by creating compelling offers, driving traffic and increasing conversions.

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Olivia - September 26, 2010

With your system, can I set up everything once for automation and move on to the next site?

Sounds great if you have one site as you can keep working away at it, but will it work for those who have multiple sites?

    Shane - September 26, 2010

    Hi Olivia,

    No, it’s not that highly automated. The automation is more along the lines of: You submit a piece of content once and get backlinks from a dozen or even a hundred places, instead of having to log into a dozen/a hundred places and submit the piece of content by hand. Or: You click a few buttons every day and get hundreds of bookmarks instead of having to create tons of bookmarking accounts and do the bookmarking manually etc.
    But it’s not a set-and-forget solution.

    From experience I can also tell you that such solutions are practically non-existant. While many automation tools will have you believe that they are like that, the really good automation tools actually require quite a lot of maintenance work.

    For a set and forget solution, you need to look for good outsourcers/outsource teams and link-building services.

Mike - November 7, 2010

How come your product isn’t in the recommended section.

    Shane - November 7, 2010

    Well, I can’t objectively recommend my own products on a review site, can I? ;)


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