Awesome Link Building Method That Should Be Paid But It’s Free

Awesome Link Building Method That Should Be Paid But It’s Free

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I’ve been using this method for a bit now I can tell man this is sweet. You can build backlinks on demand after you have the system all setup

A bit of warning when building links to a new site take it slow and when it ages, starts getting more traffic then you can start ramp up your link building

Check out this video  Leave a Comment Below Tell me what You Think.

Please take note of this: When using the same video You Tube Can Check for Duplicate Video. What you can do is when you are using Animoto and want to upload the same video use two different compressions.

For example download the regular version and then download the HD Version and use them both. Furthermore You can also take the same video and either change the length of it by adding a couple of images or Shortening it can work as well. That way they’ll auto accept both. I really should of mentioned this in the video but forgot sorry.

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  • Martin Platt

    Reply Reply February 24, 2013

    I was all ready to give this a go – I’ve already heard good things about pixelpipe, but didn’t do anything with it.

    Seems that they are not allowing new signups now, which is a shame – any alternatives around??

  • Mario

    Reply Reply December 2, 2010

    @Scott Sorry I missed you post. I do use sites that only do text url and are not hyperlinked. Two Reasons

    1- it still counts as back link and 2 – It's varied back link to your site or where ever your sending them to 🙂

  • Mario

    Reply Reply October 5, 2010

    @Len I can say what I do I use Pen Names. But I have my own Personal account to 🙂

  • Len

    Reply Reply October 4, 2010

    Mario, great video! I'm going to give this a try. I do have one question, though. When I set up accounts at the various video sites, should I use my real name? I'm just wondering how transparent everything should be.

  • Mario

    Reply Reply September 29, 2010

    I'll answer number three the drip feed method I hit a small snag I'm looking for a work around.

    Viddler Well I use the personal mostly on some sites I'll use partner.

    Tags well I would limit them to 5 I know I said 6 but I've noticed that when you add 6 or more a strange thing happens it drops the tags on occasions.

  • Rochelle

    Reply Reply September 29, 2010


    I posted this in the HSA forum, then realized this would be the better place, so I'm asking here to. Sorry for the duplication.

    I started working on your Pixel Pipe method last night and have a few questions:

    1) Viddler has two free accounts. One that says it is not for commercial purposes, and one that uses revenue sharing. Are you using the revenue sharing method?

    2) With tags, are they single words, or phrases? Could we use our site URL as a tag?

    3) Have you finished testing your drip method, and are you ready to share it?

    Thank you,


  • Scott

    Reply Reply September 28, 2010

    Hi Mario,

    Great strategy. However, I noticed that some sites, e.g. Kewego & strips out the backlink leaving just the text url. Does it still make sense to submit videos to these sites?



  • Mario

    Reply Reply September 27, 2010

    @Andrea you can submit different videos for different websites you can do that. sure I just like keeping my accounts separate for each niche.

    I like the set it go do something else while this loads and sends my videos out to where I tell you to way.

  • Andrea

    Reply Reply September 26, 2010

    Hi Mario

    Thank you for this video. I am going to try it now. I am not sure I understand it completely. When you say we can submit all videos at once, are you referring to all videos related to a specific website, or all videos related to a niche, like Halloween. Sorry, I have never submitted like this in mass. Will try it now.

    Thank you


  • Kendra

    Reply Reply September 22, 2010

    Thanks for this valuable information, Mario! I am just getting started with video submission and so I found this at the perfect time! I am looking forward to looking around your blog!



  • Lena

    Reply Reply September 22, 2010

    Awesome Mario!

    I am going to try it now. Very clear video even for somebody with no experience in link building.

    Also,thanks for the Animoto video.

  • Mario

    Reply Reply September 18, 2010

    @Rochelle yep and you have full control to which makes it great:)

    @Tammy I know I was talking to you through PM's about this so I Figured I'll share it with the world 😀

  • Mario

    Reply Reply September 18, 2010

    Thanks All 🙂

    @leanne I personally keep my niche video's separate so I would recommend to keep your Separate niche accounts as well. And If you want to go one step further keep niche related emails as well. Kinda keeps everything simple

    I'm working on a new video on some really cool ways to use pixel pipe with rank builder. I'm just in the process of testing it'll all be here.

  • Tammy

    Reply Reply September 18, 2010

    Awesome video Mario !

    I was in the process of setting it up like you suggested…then I see you made a video that explains it perfectly step by step! Thank you !!

    ~ Tammy

  • Rochelle

    Reply Reply September 18, 2010

    Mario, this is brilliant! I had been wondering what to do for video submission now that we can't use TubeMogul, and this looks even better than TubeMogul. Thank you so much for this detailed video.


  • Leanne

    Reply Reply September 18, 2010

    Hey Mario

    GREAT Video! Thanks heaps!

    I always learn so much from your videos and I love the way you show us the steps so clearly. Perfect for me as I am new to this and struggle with it sometimes. If I dont understand what to do exactly then I tend to just put it off.

    So thanks again.

    Question: Should we create new accounts at each of the submission sites (eg Daily Motion, Meta Cafe etc) for each different niche and then use these in Pixel Pipe for each different niche? Or doesnt it matter?

    All the best

    Leanne 🙂

  • Carmel

    Reply Reply September 17, 2010

    Hey Mario,

    Great tutorial, thanks very much. I've just submitted my first videos using your instructions and it was so simple. I've spent the last two days trying to do the same thing using VideoBot and all it gave me was errors and a massive headache.

    Thanks again….Good Stuff!!!



  • Mario

    Reply Reply September 16, 2010

    @topher that depends on when the search engines crawl the videos. I'm testing a way to get backlinks for the videos you submitted as well so they get some juice as well. About different accounts for each site well you don't have to really it's more a personal preference and what's working for me right now.

    @Chris yeah it's not hard after you have it all setup it's actually a breeze.

  • Chris

    Reply Reply September 16, 2010

    Hi Mario, this is such a great video, I have been avoiding video submission as I thought it was hard but you make it look so easy! Thank you very much and I look forward to catching the next tutorial!

  • Topher

    Reply Reply September 16, 2010

    Animoto – yeah that was a great tip! I finally see the power that video submissions possess. To clarify…you recommend a new pixelpipe account for each niche site?

    Also, in your experience, how long does it typically take to get video to get indexed? Do they ever show up in Yahoo's link search?

    • Mario

      Reply Reply June 20, 2011

      Animoto is a great tool to use, I use it all the time

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