=> Are you tired of spending way too much money on mediocre inbound links that put your site at risk?
=> Does link building bore you to tears - mountains of work with very little results?
=> Do you prefer creating and publishing epic content and to leave the tedious job of link building behind?
If you answered "Yes" to any or all these questions, read on.
Discover how I've attracted 6,000+ inbound links on auto pilot from real sites with loads of traffic to my niche sites NATURALLY and continue doing so to the tune of dozens per day.
Here's some inbound link data for three of my niche sites:
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This course reveals how to attract real links from real sites on autopilot... no tedious outreach or guest posting or paying for links!
This is white hat SEO that costs me nothing and that Google rewards with rankings and traffic (over 1 million monthly visitors across my niche sites).
This DEEP-DIVE concentrated course reveals all 9 methods I use across my niche sites that not only makes for better content on my sites but attracts inbound links naturally.
This concentrated course includes examples so you get an exact idea of how you can apply these autopilot link building methods to your niche sites.
Who am I and what do I do?
I'm Jon Dykstra, creator of this course "The Natural Link Building Formula".
I'm a full time niche site publisher and blogger. My niche sites haul in over 1 million monthly visitors from Google search.
I built that traffic not by building lousy links but by focusing on publishing awesome traffic AND discovering that some types of content tended to attract links on autopilot in droves.
When I discovered what types of content attract links from other sites, I just published more of that and continue to do so continually ranking for more and more keywords in Google search.
This course reveals all the many types of content and articles that just happen to attract links from other sites - just because other sites like sharing it with their readers.