Link Chest: strong link options for everyone - my pick of the KW45

Link Chest - List of High DR backlinks

My goodness ... I'm really behind again, what they Picks of the week concerns, but it's my turn! For calendar week 45 I have a nice straggler who should be interesting for every website owner who somehow wants to get ahead on Google, Bing or DuckDuckGo in order to get more visitors, readers or customers: Link Chest.

And no, what comes next is not a pointless SEO tool that is being advertised here without my ever having used it. I've been using Link Chest myself for over a year and can confirm that it helps domains rank better on Google, Bing and Co.

Tired of reading a lot? Then it works here directly to Link Chest for the regular 108 euros (one-time). With the code "APFELOT" (enter at checkout) you get a 25% discount.

With the one-time payment you get permanent access to the online database and benefit from all updates and new features.

Warning: Link Chest is entirely in English. If you have a problem with this, you can actually save the rest of the article.

The Link Chest currently contains over 1300 link options that you can easily use yourself.
The Link Chest currently contains over 1300 link options that you can easily use yourself.

Now, of course, you ask yourself: What is Link Chest, please? Basically, it's an online database of backlinks options that all have one thing in common: They come from domains that are extremely strong and - for Google - trustworthy. And strongly implied that they are of great value in SEO tools MOZ or Ahrefs to have.

The unit for this link strength is called "Domain Authority" - "DA" for short - and Ahrefs "Domain Rating" - "DR" for short. For this reason, this type of backlink is also called High DA or High DR Links.

This list contains over 1300 high-domain-rated backlink options - it is basically the heart of Link Chest.
This list contains over 1300 high-domain-rated backlink options - it is basically the heart of Link Chest.

Free, international dofollow link options

The Link Chest Service is by the way from Romain Brabant - the maker of the highly recommended SEO checklist - groomed. And Romain definitely knows what he's doing. But let's let him have his say for a moment - by copying a text from his site and translating it ;-)

Hello, my name is Romain Brabant 👋

I am a business owner who has ranked several websites at the top of Google for lucrative search terms. But I'll tell you right away, it's not easy.

The secret? Follow up with action. It's important not to get bogged down in learning, planning, or data (as important as those things may be). You have to move forward and you need the necessary motivation.

For this reason I created the Link Chest. It's all about action. You get instant access to 1.343 backlink opportunities. So you can start at # 1 and continue until you have hundreds of new backlinks pointing to your own website.

However, you really have to start building backlinks. The Link Chest is the easiest, cheapest, and most effective way to do that.

Have fun with the backlink hunt

I've been using Link Chest for over a year to pick from a list of free, dofollow backlinks that are easy to build. However, the database also contains nofollow links, as these also belong to a natural link profile. There are also some paid backlink options that are also not bad if you have a certain SEO budget.

The nice thing about the Link Chest, in addition to the impressive number of backlink options - currently there are 1343 different ones - is the information that the Link Chest provides with every link entry. For example, you will find step-by-step instructions for many links that show how to proceed in order to get the corresponding links. You can also see which data are required for the entry, whether the link can only be crawled by Google, to which topic the domain belongs and much more.

Here you can see very well how the constant build-up of high DR links affects the rankings of a German domain: The links started in December 2020 and the rankings rise in June 2021 - Google simply needs a few months.
Here you can see very well how the constant build-up of high DR links affects the rankings of a German domain: The links started in December 2020 and the rankings rise in June 2021 - Google simply needs a few months.

With the following little film you can see how to move around in Link Chest, which functions it offers and how it looks in the online tool. It is best to watch the film in full screen so that you can see something.

The support of the project by the Romain Brabant team is also very good. Once a month I receive the service's newsletter, which reports how many new link options have been added and how many of the links are already covered by instructions.

User suggestions for improvement are also promptly taken up and in some cases implemented. I had already sent several feature requests to the support team and some of them were actually implemented.

With almost every backlink option you will find instructions on what exactly you have to do to get the link. This is useful, because sometimes you have to work with HTML code in some text fields, which you would not have expected.
With almost every backlink option you will find instructions on what exactly you have to do to get the link. This is useful, because sometimes you have to work with HTML code in some text fields, which you would not have expected.

That is a question that I have often asked myself in the past. But after working with such links from the Link Chest database myself in the last few months, I can definitely say: Yes, these links help.

It certainly doesn't hurt if you also set up links from German sites here and there so that Google can also recognize a certain reference to Germany, but for this you simply use German business directories, web catalogs or forums - just not too excessively, please.

Here the Sistrix evaluation of the domain of a friend who only works with such high DR domains. I think this shows that these types of links definitely help with Google optimization. The current downward curve is due to a Google update that is currently running. This was also the case with markers "A" and "B" and is completely normal.
Here is the Sistrix evaluation of the domain of a friend who only works with such high DR domains. I think this shows that these kind of links definitely help in Google optimization. The current downward curve is due to a Google update that is in progress. This was also the case with markers "A" and "B" and is quite normal.

With patience and diligence in the Top10 of Google.de

A little tip from me: Please don't expect Google to suddenly rank your website up after a worked weekend and 250 new links. Google optimization works differently. Here it is more important that you constantly build 3-5 links every week and manage that over 2 years than generating hundreds of links at one stroke.

Search engine optimization just isn't a sprint, it's more of a marathon. You will probably only see the first results from the link chest backlinks after 5 or 6 months. The rankings are slowly getting better and if you stick with them, they will also get better and better.

The categories can be used to filter the database for certain types of links.
The categories can be used to filter the database for certain types of links.

Of course, I have little criticism of Link Chest, otherwise the backlink database would hardly have made it into my “pick of the week” list. I can only warmly recommend the service and find the price absolutely okay.

As a rule, access to such tools can be paid for with a subscription model, but with Link Chest you only pay once and each month you get new backlink sources with high domain authority.

The user interface and other features are constantly being further developed and you can perfectly manage where you have already registered and where not. The filters for dofollow, nofollow and other properties are also very helpful and make work easier.

If you have any interest in link building or search engine optimization and would like to improve your own website in the Google ranking over time, Link Chest is an ingenious help.

Here you come to Link Chest. And don't forget: With the code "APFELOT" 25% will be deducted at checkout.

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14 comments on "Link Chest: strong link opportunities for everyone - my pick of the KW45"

  1. What is the traffic bounce rate from these links?

    I once registered with SEO Buddy. But the links activated in test mode are very thin. What's the point if Microsoft, Quora or Instagram link to my website?

    1. Hello Beatrice! These links are unlikely to send a single visitor to your site. This means that the bounce rate cannot be determined. The "effect" of these links is to increase your domain authority. Microsoft, Quora and Instagram have extremely high domain authority because they are linked from everywhere. And when those domains point to you, your site “inherits” some of the authority. It's all about the links and not about visitors. The visitors will come after a few months when your site ranks better in Google. I hope that was explained more clearly than in the article. :D

      1. Hi Jens,

        thanks for the explanation.

        Have you ever tested the full scope of SEO Buddy? LinkChest is only a small part of it.

        1. Hello Beatrice! No, apart from Link Chest and the SEO Checklist, I haven't tried anything from SEObuddy. But maybe I can catch up. I mostly use Sistrix and ahrefs for competitor analysis. That's usually enough for me. But I think the target groups of the tools are completely different. Sistrix and ahrefs are aimed more at the "professionals", while SEObuddy tends to take beginners by the hand. If I've tried it, I'll be happy to write something about it.

  2. HI!

    Great post. Tell me, are you still using the Link Chest? And how did you make sure that the backlinks are indexed, since it usually doesn't happen by itself that Google comes to these links.

    lg
    Tom

    1. Hello Tom! Yes, most links from the link chest are profiles and are not automatically found by Google. I always do it by linking the profiles to diigo.com or other social bookmarking services. That works quite well. And yes, I still use the Link Chest. There are always new link sources and you always find something new. And: If you keep at it, you realize that it actually brings something. LG, Jens

    1. Hi Beatrice! Then you either didn't build enough links, they weren't indexed, or you didn't stay long enough. I do this type of link building for over 30 domains, so I can see exactly if a technique is working or not. And after 3-6 months, every domain has responded to it so far. But then of course you have to keep at it and not build 20 links in one weekend and hope that something earth-shattering will happen with them. That’s not how SEO 2022 works anymore…

  3. Beatrice Willius

    Well, I did it exactly as described by SEOBuddy: I ​​created a few links every now and then over a period of a few weeks. As I said, nothing happened then. At some point I didn't feel like it anymore. A long time has passed now. What exactly should I see?

    1. My guess is that the links weren't indexed. Google only does that if it somehow finds the link. If you create profiles, these are mostly subpages on the domains that have no internal link and are therefore not discovered by the Google crawler. That's why you always set links via diigo.com or similar portals, as described by Tom. Unfortunately, Linkchest doesn't explain that, which is why users don't usually do it... If you send me your list of links, I can link them myself, then Google will find them and then we can see what happens happened. I've only had positive experiences with these types of links.

  4. Beatrice Willius

    It's clever if the most important part is missing from the explanation.

    I've signed up. Then I created a bookmark for testing. There was a "private" checkbox. I clicked that off. And then the bookmark is indexed?

    1. Sorry, my mistake for not writing that. I had the impression that I had already written too many things in it that many people cannot understand. But I'll see if I can improve it.

      Because of the checkbox: "Private" means that only you see the bookmark. You have to deactivate the checkbox so that the bookmark is public and can also be read by Google.

      1. Beatrice Willius

        Then I did it right.

        It is surprisingly difficult to write instructions in a way that others can understand. My program has a tour, a mini class, a manual, YouTube videos and a blog for a reason.

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