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Frequently Asked Questions
How does the free trial work?
The Free Trial is a limited version of our full service that lasts for 14 days. Within this period, you’ll be able use our service without being charged. However, there’s a limit of no more than 5 posts during the free trial period and all 5 of them will be submitted to 1 or 2 websites for publication as opposed to 5 different websites that’s obtainable in our full service.
Why do I need to enter my payment information?
We ask for your payment information so that you don’t experience any interruption in your subscription in the case that you decide to continue using our platform after your free (14-day) trial is over
What happens when my free trial ends?
After your 14-days are up, you’ll become a paid subscriber to the Bixtrary plan that you selected when registering for your free trial. Charges will vary according to the plan level and billing cycle you choose.
Am I entering into a long-term contract?
No, there is no long-term contract or obligation. You’re free to change plans or cancel your current plan at any time, even during the free trial period.
I am an E-commerce company. Can I still sign up with Bixtrary?
Yes, provided you’re not in the Porn, Gambling or Weapons Industry. Bixtrary works for a variety of businesses that wish to increase their traffic by ranking higher in Google and getting referral visitors from 3rd party websites. If ranking higher in Google and getting more traffic will be beneficial to your business, then we recommend signing up with Bixtrary.
I am an agency and have more than 1 website I'm working on. Can I Sign up with Bixtrary?
Yes. Signing up with our professional Plan allows you to acquire backlinks for up to 5 different websites. If you have more than 5 sites in your portfolio, you might consider contacting our sales department to get a package that will work for your particular situation.
How many backlinks am I getting each month/year?
The minimum number of backlinks you’ll get each month is 50 backlinks or 600 per year which in hard cost, worth about $48,000 per year. This of course, is if you sign up for our beginner plan. Signing up with higher plans will afford you even more backlinks.
Must I write posts to get links? Can't I just pay for links directly without writing posts?
Yes, you must. We are not a linking building agency neither are we a link vendor. Selling backlinks goes against Google webmaster guidelines. It also goes against our own guidelines and the guidelines of the bloggers and webmasters we’ve partnered with. The best way to get a link is through the standard approach of writing highly relevant and informational posts which will then be published on third-party websites. The monthly subscription plans are used to cover our cost of operations. None of our partners are getting any financial compensation from us whatsoever.
Can you write posts for me?
At the moment we don’t engage in any post writing services. However, if you wish to outsource the writing of posts, we’ve partnered with some professional content writing agencies to get a sweet, content-writing deal for you.
What kind of post will be accepted?
Original, well-researched and unique posts that are helpful to the readers. Duplicating other people’s posts that are found elsewhere on the Internet is not allowed, neither will spun content be considered. Posts must actually be original, relevant and informative for them to get past our editorial team.
Is there any Standard Post Length That's Allowed?
There’s no set post length actually. However, the audience of our partners are used to well-researched, in-depth, longform content that have a minimum of 1,500 words. Of course, this doesn’t mean you should fill your post with unnecessary words just to make it longer. Our editorial team won’t like that, neither will our partners.
Can I have multiple links in a single post?
Yes, if you’re on the professional plan, you can have as many as 5 links in a single post, or 3 links per post on the standard plan. Each link can go to each of the different websites as stated in your profile, provided the page or post you’re linking to is relevant to the post you submitted for publishing.
Can I link directly to my sales page or checkout page?
Ummm….we don’t recommend linking directly to sales pages or checkout pages, except in cases where they make sense. We recommend linking to a post on your own site and then link internally from that post to your sales page or checkout pages.
Can I include affiliate links in my post?
No, neither we nor our publishing partners accept affiliate links in posts.
Will my posts truly be published on a different set of sites each month?
Yes, we have a robust database of partners which we can submit your posts to for publication. We actually keep track of your submission history and ensure that your posts are not submitted twice to any particular blogger or journalist in a given year. This helps to diversify your backlink profile while granting you unique backlinks and traffic opportunities every year.
Will I Be Given Credit to My Post In The Author Byline?
It depends. If the website where your post will be published is a multi-author website, then it’s possible you’ll be given credit in the author byline. If on the other hand, the website is a single-author website, then the chances of getting credit in the author byline is highly reduced.
Majority of our partners run a single-author website with many of them not actively accepting guestposts on their site. It is therefore up to them to determine whether to include your information in the byline of the post before publishing. However, in situation where that wasn’t done, you’ll definitely get “credit” through in-content brand mention or backlink back to your site.
How soon will my post be published after passing review the your editorial team?
It depends on the editorial calendar of the blogger your post is submitted to. Once your post passes review by our editorial team, it is usually submitted for publication within 72 hours or less. The blogger or journalist then determines according to his or her editorial calendar when to actually publish your post. Keep in mind, that all of our partners are truly independent and have their separate editorial calendar which we cannot or do not try to influence in order to avoid the occurrence of a high link velocity. The blogger or journalist will get back to us once your post has been published which will then be included in your quarterly report.
Do I Have control over the anchor text used in linking to my site?
Yes you do, provided you don’t over-optimize. Anchor text optimization is one aspect our editorial team really pay attention to. If we have any reason to believe you’re over-optimizing your anchor texts based on your post submission history, our editorial team could make a little adjustment in order to prevent the possibility of being penalized by Google.
You made mention of Media Coverage. What's the difference between Media Coverage and Writing Posts?
Media coverage is more like a Press Release or Public Relation strategy. It’s used for special newsworthy events like in the case of a new product launch or to correct a public perception of your company, or to influence the image of your brand in public discourse.
Unlike post, you don’t have to choose a Keyword to write about, neither will it be submitted to journalists one site at a time. In the case of Media coverage, Your company or new product is the main topic of the post, and it can be submitted to more than 100 different websites at the same time for publication, depending on the plan you’re on. However, there must be something newsworthy about your business for you to use this feature.