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Backlinking Philippines now offers Backlinking Services to internet marketer

November 25, 2010, CEBU, Philippines – Backlinking Philippines (www.backlinkingphilippines.com) is now providing backlinking services to the open public. Prior to this it was providing these services to an exclusive group. And to celebrate this change they are giving a huge incentive to website owners all over the world as it offers a 50% discount for the first month of its link building services. Backlinking is the process of creating a variety of different external links that point to a website so that the site will move up the search engines.

Rudy Silva, CEO of Backlinking Philippines, notes that all clients who sign up only have to give their email address, URL , and the keywords they want to target. The company has a group of skilled encoders, submitters, web creators, marketing specialists, and writers who shall do all the backlinking processes. Mr. Silva adds that the company aims to provide maximum customer satisfaction by making their service and price structure simple.

Backlinking Philippines offers its service at 3 levels where all levels are capable of increasing a website’s traffic. Here are the 3 levels with their corresponding trial version price:

• Basic Motion Service --350 submissions per month using six submission categories.

• Fast Motion Service -- 650 submissions per month using six submission categories.

• Super Speed Motion Service -- 650 submissions per month using six submission categories.
The submission categories include Web Directories, Article Directories, Social Bookmarking, Blog Postings, Forum Profile Postings, and RSS Feeds.

Low cost outsourcing has now become an important service for internet marketers. For many marketers to expand their business, it has become necessary to outsource their repetitive work.

Mr. Silva has seen the need for providing out source backlinking services to marketers that don’t have the time or staff to promote their sites. Marketers need to get hundreds and even thousands of back links to their sites, if the want to get a good flow of traffic and make a substantial amount of money.

Mr. Bruce Sanford, of Increase Visibility, says, “We are definitely happy with Mr. Silva’s service at Backlinking Philippines. We have been using his service for 1 1/2 years. We expect to continue using his services into the coming year.”

Each month, the client will get a report (MS Excel format) on the directories submitted with the active and inactive postings listed. The report will also show the pending submissions, as some directories take 2-6 weeks to approve submissions. On the other hand, submissions to blogs, forums, and RSS feeds are active immediately, giving clients immediate backlinking links.

In order that the search engines see client-websites getting links from many different places, Backlinking Philippines varies the backlinks through the different avenues that it provides to the clients. One of his service packages also offers article and web information spinning to create more backlinking than normal.

“We provide you with this extremely low trial cost, since we know you will become one of our regular customers,” Mr. Silva says. “You can evaluate our services and can cancel if you are not satisfied.”

Located in Cebu and Surigao City, Philippines, Backlinking Philippines is a company founded by Rudy Silva in 2008. Mr. Silva is from San Jose, California and he came to the Philippines to do his Internet marketing and backlinking submissions. The company, composed of committed professionals, has since worked with hundreds of small and large businesses from the US, Europe, and the Asia Pacific.

To get more information about Backlinking Philippines, visit their site at http://www.backlinkingphilippines.com

Rudy S. Silva

CEO, Backlinking Philippines Inc.
Las Vegas Street, Lot 8
BF Better Living Subdivision
Basak,Sudtungan, Lapu-Lapu City
Cebu, Philippines, 6015
8 am to 6 pm
+01163-9299607327/rsilva@backlinkingphilippines.com
http://www.backlinkingphilippines.com

I have been writing articles and e-books on nutrition and natural remedies for the last four years. I enjoy helping people learn about how they can keep healthy. Send me an email if you have a question about natural remedies.

CEO, Backlinking Philippines Inc.
Las Vegas Street, Lot 8
BF Better Living Subdivision
Basak,Sudtungan, Lapu-Lapu City
Cebu, Philippines, 6015
8 am to 6 pm
+01163-9299607327/rsilva@backlinkingphilippines.com
http://www.backlinkingphilippines.com

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