WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:
- A genuine, high authority link from a Wikipedia page that relates to your website niche or topic. Unlike most other services this link will pass Wikipedia's scrutiny and will, therefore, be permanent.
- A link from Wikipedia is a no-follow link so it will not pass link juice to your site. However, they are good for passing trust and authority and possibly some traffic.
- It will not be possible to find a suitable link in all cases, sometimes they simply do not exist at the time of searching. For this reason, we only request payment after we have found your Wikipedia link. No Link - No Fee.
WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU:
- The URL of your website, to enable us to start the search for the link.
- An article placed on your website that matches the requirements we detail for you. The Wikipedia link will point to this article.
HOW IT WORKS:
On Wikipedia, there are thousands of 'dead links'. These links point to pages that no longer exist or have been moved.
- Drop us an email using the form at the bottom of this page, at the same time tell us the URL of your site. We then start the search.
- Once we have found one such link we determine the content of the article that the link previously linked to.
- We will then send you an email saying we have found a link, ask you to write an article that matches the article that previously existed for the link, and post this article on your website.
- You send us an email with the URL of the page you posted the newly written article and pay for our service.
- We complete the linking and send you details of the link, to prove the work has been done.
You only need one or possibly two Wikipedia links to your site, more links are ineffective.
$67 One Off Payment per link.
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
Service Reference: Wiki Link