Back Link Beast Shares SEO Back Links Cheat Chart

The Cullens have a machine…it makes back links in a way you’ve dreamed about!  It seems to be located here:  BackLink Beast Click Here!


Here is a look at part of an article….Very interesting Reading…even if it is a picture!

Chart for SEO Backlinks

SEO Back Linking Cheat Sheet

The Beast is Really Here! Check it Out! Click Here!

12 Responses to “Back Link Beast Shares SEO Back Links Cheat Chart”

  • Sergio Felix on April 6, 2013

    Hey Cararta, great tips shared on that image and a good reminder I should actually work a little bit in more link diversity.

    I normally use social media, rss, forums, web 2.0 profiles and other blogs to link back to my site but I want to start including PDFs, slide presentations and a few others.

    Hopefull you are working on this too so good luck! ;-)


    PS. Don’t focus too much on SEO, Google changes its mind so much it’s almost impossible to keep up now.

  • Cararta on April 6, 2013

    Thanks Sergio, 1 p.m. and I just got up! Worked entirely too late last night!.
    Love Brad Callen…use his PPC Web Spy on my FF…My only SEO concentration right now is redoing existing articles where I misused H1 and H2 and things are kind of grubby.

    Have a pdf of the chart…thinking about wrapping up and replace my over sized optin with a slider, and if you want your own copy…optin?
    Still working on a solution to my menu problem here…or else just leave them hanging on the Footer!

  • Dita from Niche-Blogging on April 6, 2013

    Hi Cararta,

    This is a great image. Very good points. Interesting about nofollow links.So many people believe that they hold no value but they do. With all the changes that Google is implementing one never know anymore, though.



    • Cararta on April 7, 2013

      Hi Dita,

      I had to download as pdf and convert….Some great information from Brad Callen.
      I’m watching a video series by him right now. One Very smart cookie!

      He is releasing a new software to do back links automatically/manual combination. Says the only way
      to go. All White Hat!

      Thanks for the visit, come again…had a brief “recess” but back to working now! Always like new things
      so expect a review or post!

  • Adrienne on April 8, 2013

    I finally made it by but good information.

    I send everyone to my home page. It’s a habit just putting in my main link every time I visit someone’s page. Like for instance here in the comment. CommentLuv is pulling a post from inside my site so why not just leave my home page as my main URL. That makes total sense to me. Sorry if Google doesn’t like it but that’s just too bad. I’m not playing their game anymore.

    I have no doubt that this is great information for future reference if you want the search engines to find you okay. I’m sure there are plenty of people still eager to play their games.


  • Sylviane Nuccio on April 10, 2013

    Hi Cararta,

    Wow, lots of information about linking here, but like Adrienne, I don’t really care about playing Google’s game each time either.

    Just a bit tired of them at the moment, but this is still great info.

    Thanks :)

    • Cararta on April 11, 2013

      Hi Sylviane,

      Unfortunately I’ve never been SEO oriented so any tips are helpful….agree with you about
      Google, unfortunately probably Bing also..can’t depend on them….I think it is $$$$$.

      Like I heard someone say about a week ago, we forget that Google is just an Overgrown Advertising Agency
      with a self controlled search engine, so it provides what it needs to sell advertising. Even reads your emails
      if you use gmail before you do….

      Really enjoyed your The Art of Writing Superior Content, will visit again!

      • Sylviane Nuccio on April 15, 2013


        You’re the reason of my post this week! Hope you’ll go check it out!

  • Barry Wells on May 14, 2013

    Hi Cararta,

    There are some great tips in the image however, like Adrienne, I normally only link to my home page.

    Unless I’m on a site that is asking a question about a topic I have covered and may be able to help with. In which case I would offer the link to that content.

    Sergio mentioned a great tip: Not to focus to much on SEO as Google often changes it’s mind. If we were to play it their way full time we’d forever be having to edit our content.

    I saw you mention having to edit your content to add H1 and H2 tags. Your post URL’s are H1 Cararta, it’s the subheadings that need to be H2 H3 again, not something I really worry about unless I’m writing a review ;)

    Thanks Cararta best of luck :)


    • Cararta on May 14, 2013

      Hi Barry,

      Thanks for the visit…now my Google graph has gone down again…went down last night
      and I haven’t had time to waste on it.

      The reason i was having to edit the titles is I had Mistakenly made all the subtitles H1
      instead of H2.

      Sometimes think it works better to just select a larger text and
      bold it if I want a separation or change of focus in the article.

      Think I liked blogging better before I found out about SEO, Security
      alt tags……the list is endless.

      What was interesting to me on the seo was the fact that it said a few 404s aren’t that

      You had another gret post…have got to go back and take notes,
      or else if using some of it, I sometimes open two different browsers if I’m not going to
      be to long…so I can follow along and do!.

  • Reginald on August 23, 2013

    Hi Cararta,

    How are you? This is something interesting since I have yet to hear about this. I don’t really know if I am willing to fork out that amount BUT the 7 days trial does look very promising.

    Definitely something worth trying and of course, thanks for sharing!

    • Cararta on August 24, 2013

      Hello Reginald,

      Brad Callen and Matt are well know in the field of SEO…I have a different
      program from them, received the Cheat Sheet as a gift..with the notation to
      share…and since I’m sometimes lazy..used it as a blog post.

      When I went to your Blog and read your CommentLuv rant…was quite surprised.
      If you take the chart at face value…broken or deleted links are normal up to 25% but ZERO
      broken links may cause a problem!

      Come visit again, I like finding new things and people, keeps life interesting!

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