Deep Link Engine Review

Deep Link Engine Review

Two days prior I ran over a module for WordPress called “DeepLink Engine”. They proprietors guarantee that with this module you will build traffic to any site. How it makes it happen, what I read, was that when you post an article on your site, it consequently look through the substance to obtain the best labels. Presently from those labels you will get a rundown of pertinent blog url’s. Assuming you pick those important blog url’s, they will naturally be transferred to your website as “pertinent blog articles”, which thusly conveys a ping to that large number of urls that you have connection to their webpage in the expectations that they will interface back to your webpage. Presently doesn’t that seem like the response to everything? Sure it does!

From my most memorable experience utilizing Deep Link Engine was that it was so natural to introduce and really use it. I introduced it on my Beachfront Jobs site since it gets a considerable amount of activity yet like in every case never enough. I’ve claimed Beachfront Jobs for quite a while at this point and the sum total of what I have is 10 significant articles on it! Could you at any point tell I’m not the best blogger? None the less I followed the most common way of setting up Deep Link Engine on my generally distributed 10 articles. End-product was that I had between 10 to 25 significant blog urls showed on each post.

Perhaps it’s the way the module works yet with that large number of the hidden wiki pings that should ping, I got a return remark on one of the articles! As of now I’m energized. One remark following 10 minutes, well perhaps we’re onto something! So I introduced on 3 of my different sites and was expecting a similar outcome however no karma, nothing.

Presently don’t misunderstand me here I’m not putting Deep Link Engine down, I”m simply answering to you my experience up to now. Isn’t this a survey for sure? It’s just been 2 days since execution of the module so lets allow it an opportunity. Normally I like to test a new module for no less than 30 days. So we’ll give it some time still.

Something I saw immediately was the way that all the page positions of the pertinent blog urls that are naturally gotten back from the label search all have a 0 for rank. Perhaps it’s me however in the event that I have a page position of model 4, what might be the upside of connecting to a site with a positioning of 0?

Something else is that how should adding 10 to 20 “pertinent blog” urls to each post on your webpage be great for page rank? Isn’t it better to have the most un-out going connections on a site? The reality of the situation will come out at some point us. So for the time being I’ll keep the Deep Link Engine module dynamic for the equilibrium between the 30 days and I will report the end-product.

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