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Built For Agencies Like Yours.

Our sharing-economy-inspired linkbuilding tool enables your agency to produce results with the least amount of effort.

Why Shared SEO


Reach a lot of blog owners quickly
Automagically send tens of niche-specific pre-approved link requests with personalized messages.


Track links in real-time
Know when your links have been confirmed and published.


Increase answer rate dramatically
Never again get rejected, negotiate or pay for your backlinks again.

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What is Shared SEO?

It is NOT just another “SEO” app.

It is NOT an app to help you with technical Search engine optimization – though it will help you get first page Google rankings, get a lot more sales and leads from the traffic you will get (even if you are confused about SEO).

It is NOT an app to help you with outreach – though it will help you build huge amounts of quality backlinks that your website needs.

This is NOT an SEO app that requires you to write articles – though it will help you connect with 100’s of like-minded business owners that love to share your link inside their articles.

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How Does It Work?

Step 1:

Choose A Niche

To create backlinks, go to the business directory. Select your niche. It displays all the available companies in your niche. You connect with them from their listings page. Semi automation is the best system. Complicated outreach processes takes too much time.

Choose A Niche
Step 2:

Request A Link

You click on the company listings that have high domain authority (DA) or high Domain Rating (DR) . You go to the listings page. You add your target keyword or website URL (branding) and click the ‘Send’ button. That’s it, you’re done. Next…

Request A Link send a message to listings owner
Step 3:

Wait A Few Days

It was efficient to send out 10 requests at once. That took like 2 minutes. Now you wait for the links to be published. Sometimes you wait for 1 hour, on other occasions it takes 3-4 days. You have your coffee and can keep working on your business while you wait.

Wait A Few Days for links to be published
Step 4:

Links Are Published

Checking the “my links” page you see that some of the links are confirmed published. Excitedly, you shout ‘Oh yeah’ because this was too easy. You share it with your friends on Facebook.

Links Are Published

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Shared SEO has delivered life-changing benefits to hundreds of people. We still understand that this can be a considerable investment for some people.

That’s why we offer a 30 day ‘no questions asked’ money back guarantee. If you join today, you can try the App for 30 days and then decide if you want to keep going.

If you don’t get life-changing value out of the app, if you don’t have time to implement it, or even if you don’t like the font we use in the directory, we will give you a full refund.

Simply email us ( within 30 days of purchase and we’ll give you a FULL refund.

This is a ZERO-risk opportunity. If this app doesn’t change your life, we don’t deserve your money.

Find out why we love our customers

“Petri has done an excellent job for us in this project during two years and I can honestly recommend him to anyone looking for link building”

matsMats Bergsten, Beet AB

“Top top quality work. Really happy with results. A+ An asset to community”

ygal agency ownerYgal Edy, ImagisMedia

“Of the 19 keywords we worked together with the Shared SEO managed to get up 14 on the first page, including 9 of the top third During the four months we have worked with Shared SEO our organic traffic increased by 400%. Highly recommended!”

angin, MANAGERAngin Felix Tor-Björn, VIC AB

General FAQ

The most frequently asked questions about Shared SEO and our services.

Do you offer a trial version?

We don’t offer a trial version. We’ll send an email reminder near the end of your month to inform you that your subscription has been renewed. You can cancel at any time by going into your “My Account,” clicking on the “Subscription” section, and hitting the “Cancel” button in the lower left corner.

Do I need to pay for additional tools?

No, you don’t have to invest into other paid tools for this method. You can easily conduct all your SEO linkbuilding from this App.

Do you offer a money back guarantee?

Yes. We offer a 30 day money-back guarantee on Shared SEO. We believe that all of our customers should have the chance to see things for themselves before committing for 12-months. 6-12 months are required to get substantial results from SEO.

Please take this time to review our App and links and if you decide it’s not for you, just let us know at

What payment methods do you accept?

You can sign up for Shared SEO using PayPal [Visa, Mastercard, American Express].

Are the backlinks FREE?

Technically, the guest post backlinks you get are free. You don’t pay anyone for the actual link. However, the service Shared SEO charges for is the leads/connections/network of business websites that allow you to set up a backlink for free.

What Can I Expect From This Platform?

You can expect to get the nr 1 thing Google wants from an SEO campaign – Backlinks.

You will be able to request and acquire 15, 30, 50 or more backlinks per month.

What is Shared SEO?

Shared SEO is a network of business websites that share links with each other for FREE.

It’s a do-it-yourself alternative for acquiring backlinks from niche-specific high authority websites.

The system can be used by any business owner without having to hire an expensive SEO agency, doing traditional outreach or writing articles.

Who is Shared SEO for?

It’s created for small business owners, local businesses and freelancers that wish to utilize their marketing budgets more efficiently.

Can SEO freelancers and Agencies use Shared SEO?

The system is intended to be used by small business owners directly. However, the Shared SEO platform can be used by marketers to create backlinks for their clients. At the current moment, we only offer 1 website per account. We may extend the functionality in the future.

Search engine optimization (SEO) FAQ

The most frequently asked questions about Search engine optimization SEO.

Google changes its ranking algorithm every day, and it is only occasionally that they reveal what changes they have made. This allows Google to prevent anyone from being able to crack the code and get their website to rank at the top of the search.

Depending on who you ask about SEO, they will respond that some of the nearly 250 different signals for ranking are more important than others. But even then, it’s a big guessing game. It’s a bit like throwing darts on one rotating roulette wheel. The dartboard is stuck to the wall, but the numbers on the roulette are changing.

The purpose of these questions/answers is to expand some of the SEO knowledge by diving into, and answering, the 33 most frequently asked questions about search engine optimization. We will highlight the most basic skills one needs to be able to drive SEO to the more complex things for advanced search engine optimization. Hopefully, as you read these questions/answers, you will learn the most important things about SEO.

What does SEO stand for?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization.

You take part in the SEO process when you try to get a website to rank higher in the search engine results pages (SERP). The ultimate goal is to increase the organic (free) traffic on your website for your relevant products and services.

Which is better Search Engine Optimization (SEO) or Search Engine Marketing (SEM)?

SEO is just one of the factors that include search engine marketing. Search engine marketing consists of paid search and SEO.

Which SEO Software is the Best?

There are many different software for SEO, and the answer will ultimately depend on what you have used or tried before as there are pros and cons to everyone. Ahrefs is perfect for finding competitors’ content and backlink surveys. Moz Pro’s content explorer is perfect for finding unlinked parameters for your brand, and SEMrush is perfect for ranking and visibility studies.

The three mentioned tools have many overlapping and similar functionality. So which tool you choose to use is more based on your preferences about what you think is most important than anything else.

Spyfu, AWR Cloud and DeepCrawl are also worth checking out.

What is the best of search engine optimization (SEO) or paid search (Pay Per Click)

There are certainly arguments for both, but the reality is that both SEO and PPC are important to your business’s success. You cannot establish domain authority, branding or a holistic digital presence without SEO. Just as you cannot reach potential prospects through the use of demographics, search patterns and keywords without PPC.

Where can I study SEO?

There are thousands of articles, books, youtube videos and other learning platforms out there if you want to learn SEO.

If you are on a tight budget make sure to check out blogs like Search Enging Journal, Moz, Search Engine Land, Marketing Land, SEMPost, and WordStream. We have also put together a great guide for the basics of SEO.

If you somewhat of a budget, you can find many learning platforms and courses online like Udemy or Lynda.

What is on-page SEO?

On-page SEO refers to the tactics used on or within a page to help it rank higher in the search engines. On-page SEO means working with both content and HTML source code on a website. Changes to the HTML source code provide opportunities to optimize the web page, the keywords, the Schema structure, images and more. When talking about On-page SEO, one mostly thinks of technical SEO work to optimize one’s own website, and not external links or other external social signals.

Is SEO Dead?

Don’t believe in people’s opinions and their stories. Try it, and see for yourself how much free traffic is available to website owners.

Is there any point in doing SEO?

Yes, it is by far the best ROI for the long run. SEO is a vital part of our digital business and should be part of every business’s digital marketing strategy. Companies that search for immediate leads and conversions can neglect SEO in favor of more direct, targeted advertising opportunities like google ads or facebook advertising. When investing in SEO, you do it as part of a long-term plan that will yield returns in the form of good and relevant customers visiting the website or store. SEO is cost effective, provides a good distribution of resources and allows potential customers to get to know your brand at their own pace. Go to Google and search for one of your services and see who the first one shows up in your search and who you would click on.

How will SEO evolve this year?

Plan for voice search! ComScore predicts that by the end of 2020, 50% of all searches will be voice-controlled. With today’s Covid-19 virus, more and more people will use their voice to control things if they can, instead of pressing all the buttons. When it comes to voice search, there is so far an increase of 178% from 2016. We have found that systems like Amazon Echo, Google Home and Google Assistant use information from the snippets to give you the answers. Our tip is therefore to make sure your SEO work also takes care of voice search this year and for the future.

What are Snippets

A lot of articles on how to optimize your website for future snippets. The snippet is a term for short snippets or microdata that one can make visible to the search engines.

How is SEO evolving?

SEO is constantly changing. SEO is not something you do only once, but is a continuous process. But the biggest change is that the world is becoming more and more mobile. Mobile usage has increased significantly in recent years, and in the US, for example, mobile usage in search is 51%, while desktop usage is at 42%. This difference in favor of mobile use only gets bigger and bigger. Google has introduced that the time it takes to load your website on mobile is one of the 250 signals that are weighted in relation to displaying relevant searches. If you haven’t done so already, look at Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP pages). In short, it becomes more important to organize the website for mobile use.

Where do I begin when creating an SEO strategy?

What have you done so far? If the answer is nothing then it is a good starting point to choose one of the SEO tools I mentioned earlier to do a site audit. This analysis will help you find broken links, missing meta descriptions and give you clues as to how fast your website loads. As mentioned earlier, the loading time of your website has become very important for ranking high on your keywords for services and products. Google Search Console (GSC) is a free tool that is easy to install to get an overview of potential search engine errors, as well as helping GSC diagnose your website’s load speed and ease of use. Once your website is technically ready, the next step will be to do a keyword analysis and start creating relevant content.

What is a Keyword Analysis?

Keyword analysis helps you decide which keywords to optimize on your existing website. Which pages that you want to add relevant content into. For example: If you are a new small company that sells Marketing Software for businesses, and you find that “Marketing Software tools” have a much higher number of searches and lower competition than “Marketing Software”, You may want to change the content of your website to reflect this change. Keyword analysis is a way of determining which keywords and search phrases that people type in the search engines. Once you have discovered these, it is much easier to create relevant content in relation to your company being found on search engines such as Google.

How do I do Keyword Analysis?

Most SEO tools that we mentioned earlier have some kind of keyword planner. If you have an active Google Ads account, you can also use the built-in keyword planner that you find when you sign in to your account. With an active account you get more exact search volume than with an inactive account. Many who work actively with Search engine optimization prefer WordStream’s free keyword search tool. It’s simply about finding your own preferred tool to work with.

When the choice is made, it is about asking the right questions. What are related search phrases to find your business? What are related searches for your products or services? You should always consider the relevance of the content that you write in relation to the keyword analysis. If you start by writing broadly on the topic, you will automatically discover a large list of potential keywords. You can then refine your keywords for relevance. You may have seen that some keywords generate the most traffic to your website. Not necessarily just traffic, but also most inquiries if you have conversion tracking implemented (CRO). By getting an overview, you can filter out unnecessary keywords and search phrases that are never searched for. Maybe you discover some very important keywords that have low competition so it’s easy to rank well on these. So start typing broadly to narrow down your key terms and keywords.

Where should I implement the SEO keywords that I want to rank for?

You’ve probably heard of “keyword stuffing”. Keyword stuffing means that you enter keywords in all natural and unnatural places in the attempt to rank high with the search engines. This is not a recommended technique and will fall under violation of Google’s webmaster guidelines.

Our general recommendation for ranking on one keyword is to: put the keyword in the title, in the first sentence of the page, in a H2 heading, ideally as one question, and occasionally throughout the rest of the text on the web page. As an example, the “SEO keyword” should be in the H2 section, while the query in the H3 section.

Will Blogging Help For Search engine optimization?

Yes! If you don’t have a blog by 2020, start one now. Any new content you create is an opportunity to rank on your desired keyword related to your business. If the content is of high quality, you will have more opportunities to rank on that result in the organic search.

Why do I need to write news/blog for my website?

“Content is king” when it comes to Google and search engine marketing.

It sounds strange, but it still holds true more than ever. Remember that Google’s purpose is to provide fresh, unique, and useful information to its users regularly.

One of the best ways to achieve good rankings is to post more high-quality content. New content is new information to its users, in addition to that, it can be linked to by outside websites, improving your overall rankings online.

Will HTTPS affect SEO?

Yes! If you do not have HTTPS on your website address today, this is a major shortcoming. In short, HTTPS is a safer web site than a HTTP website. To find out if your website is secure you can see if your url has HTTPS and if you use Google Chrome it will appear as a closed padlock while it may be secure / secure for other browsers. If you only have HTTP, it will appear as not secure / not secure in front of your website address.

Google penalizes websites that are not SSL certified. Namely, it is an approved SSL certificate that will allow your website to receive HTTPS in your website address. So Google favors websites with HTTPS. This is what Google does by indexing HTTPS web pages first, and considers HTTPS as a ranking signal. Web pages with HTTPS are also faster than HTTP web pages, which means it can affect Click Through Rate (CTR). The answer to the question whether HTTPS will affect SEO is that it will have a positive impact on your search engine rankings.

Is SEO meta description important?

Yes, but not all types. There are four different types of meta descriptions:

Meta Keywords Attribute – A series of keywords that you consider relevant to the website.

Title Tag – The heading of the website.

Meta Description Attribute – A brief description of the website.

Meta Robot Attribute – An indication for the search engine crawlers (bots or bots) about what to do with the website.

Meta Keywords has become an antique, so you don’t have to worry much about it. Your Meta Robot Attribute is most likely set to index / follow. (you can read more about these terms in the link above).

What you need to care about are the headings and the meta descriptions.

The Optimized Headline

Your headlines and meta descriptions let the search engines know what your website is all about. They should not be neglected. There are a lot of good web designers out there, but there aren’t that many web designers who are also good at SEO. Therefore, it may be worthwhile to find a collaboration between the web designer and the SEO expert.

What is robots.txt?

Robots.txt is a text file in your website’s top level directory that instructs the search engines on how to crawl your web pages.

Does categorization help with SEO?

Yes and No. Categorization can prevent individual web pages on your site from competing against each other. Categorization can steal excess link juice from other important pages. Only use them if you have a lot of content that needs to be organized.

What are bread crumbs?

Categories, tags and breadcrumbs help dictate the taxonomy and structure of your website to the search engines. Breadcrumbs looks like this: Main Page -> Category > Content Title. Example:

Breadcrumbs help users and the search engines navigate between the different sub-pages of your website. They also reinforce the authority of the category under each theme.

What SEO techniques are popular?

Where do we start? Audits, On-page SEO, Keyword analysis, and Link building. Website analysis. Update the web pages to be relevant. All the things mentioned are important. After reading the entire article you will have an insight into all the SEO techniques.

What are backlinks?

A backlink is a link that comes from any page pointing to your website. To illustrate what a backlink is, consider the following: The Internet consists of two things – content and links between content. When search engines first started indexing web pages, they needed a way to determine which web pages were most relevant to the query. They needed a ranking system that provided the most relevant response to the request they faced above. Therefore, the quality of the content and the number of backlinks on the web pages became an immediate factor in determining the ranking of a web page. Backlinks represent an assessment that a website is safe. Therefore, a website that receives many quality backlinks will get a higher star in the search engines.

This will increase the chances that the website ranks higher on relevant keywords and search phrases in the search engines.

Follow vs. nofollow links: What’s the difference?

The difference between follow and nofollow links is: a follow link provides the website’s link value. A nofollow link provides no link value.

What is link value?

In the search engine optimization environment the term “link juice” is used. The value of a link is the amount of influence a link transfers from one website to another. Before nofollow links were implemented, all links had an impact. Spam links are links that were posted all over the internet without any value in terms of relevance to generating referral traffic to the website. This was a sure strategy for getting your web pages to rank higher in the search engines. It was common to see several web pages owned by the same person on the front page of the search result (SERP), and blog posts flourished on the internet with irrelevant content. Today you can still click on a link (nofollow) and be sent from one page to another, but the search engines do not follow the link when they crawl the internet. So no link value gets transferred.

The amount of link juice that a link gets is determined by several factors. Links from relevant content, from authoritative websites and from

The amount of link equity a link carries is determined by several factors. Links from relevant content, from authoritative sites, and from a group of related topics have the greatest value.

What is Domain Authority?

A website’s domain authority directly affects a website’s ability to rank in the search engines. Conceptually, you can look at domain authority as an extension of link juice. If a website’s link value is determined by the number and quality of the links, then a website’s domain authority will be determined by all the link juice from all the pages of the website.

What is link building?

Link building is an SEO strategy. By acquiring links to increase a web site’s link quality and thus ranking in the search engines. This in turn leads to a higher ranking on the search that results in increased traffic on their own website. Both internal and external link building can help increase a website’s authority. But external link building is definitely more difficult to achieve than internal link building.

Internal vs. external links: what’s the difference?

Internal links are links that come from the same domain. External links are links that do not come from the same domain.

How do I build links?

Internal link building is a method that piggybacks on one’s own website’s link juice. One builds internal links by linking from one subpage to another subpage on the webpage within their own domain. If you have a large website you can use one page search to find related content. When searching “site: “search phrase”.

Try to look for links from pages that are already authoritative and highly ranked in the search engines. But be aware that if you link too much from these pages it can have an opposite effect compared to that page’s link value. When identifying a website, you will want to find anchor text that matches your selected keywords. Also, just link in the road.

External link building is the process of getting reputable links to your content from other websites. Who wants to link to your website? Why should you want to link to your website? People in related work areas may need other informational resources to have a well-relevant content. There are many ways to get external links, but in general it works like this: Find websites that may need your resources. Find the contact information of the author or web developer of these pages and kindly invite him or her to link to your web site for new and valuable information on their topics.

What is anchor text?

This is an anchor text for Sharedseo. Anchor text is a clickable text in a hyperlink. This is an exact hit anchor text. Anchor text informs the crawlers of the search engines about the theme of the website to which it is linked. Exact hit anchor text is more valuable than not exactly hit anchor text. But be aware that too many exact links can be perceived as spamming and have a negative impact on the website. The moral, therefore, is to vary slightly when it comes to using anchor text.

What is Broken Link Building?

Building broken links is the process of searching for subpages on the website that either no longer exist or have been moved. When you find these broken links, you can complete the links by replacing them with your active web pages. There are many ways to find broken links. One of the most widely used SEO tools to find broken links is Ahrefs.

Most SEO tools allow you to find the backlinks of your competitors and see which of those links are broken. If you find highly ranked resources that have either changed URLs or no longer exist and have a high relevance to what your site contains, you are lucky. Find out who owns the website and offer your information / resource as a replacement for your competitor.

Will redirects affect SEO

Redirect or forwarding is a natural part of the links between the content on your page. Properly configured 301 redirects safeguard between 90-99% of the link juice to the redirected page. So if you move content on your website or switch CMS then you can sacrifice some link value. Therefore, it is a good idea to eliminate such errors that often occur when switching a web provider or getting a new website.

Remember that not all redirects are created equal. 301 redirects on a page that are permanently moved are the most SEO friendly redirects. They safeguard between 90-99% of the link value. 302 redirects indicating that the website is only temporarily redirecting traffic will have lower link value (although some Google employees have argued against this fact). Meta refreshers are redirects that take place at the page level and not at the server level. These redirects are most often recognized through texts such as “if you have not been forwarded for 5 seconds, click here”. Meta refreshes provide some link value but are not recommended as SEO tactics.

How can Social Media be used for SEO?

Engaging in social media activities on the most common channels presents a perfect opportunity to create dialogue and eventually to build a community around your particular product or service. This allows you to stay connected and provide responses to your potential or existing clients. In addition to that, social media allows us to get more backlinks and social media mentions to your site’s pages, articles, press releases, etc. Which again boosts your website ranking, while profiling your business in the social media channels.

What is a Landing Page?

A great landing page offers a well-structured copy and an opportunity for your visitors to make a purchase. Sometimes, a landing page has the purpose of converting visitors into leads by signing up for an opt into a free offer. Landing pages are in our case associated with Keyword Specific Pages and Campaigns.

A clear landing page targets one specific keyword or target market with one offer.

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