LinkCollider review: Does it really offer free social signals, backlinks and other tools? If yes, are they of quality? That’s what I’ll discuss throughout this piece.
Do note that it’s a 100% free tool. You don’t have to pay if you don’t want to. So, if Facebook likes, Tweets, Instagram follows are some of the things you need or want, for free, this is for you.
Let’s get started then?
Table of Contents
- What is LinkCollider? What does it offer?
- “Tokens”- The LinkCollider currency
- Autosurf – Automatic free tokens
- Submitting websites/channels
- Free Backlink Generator
- Article Rewriter
- Spintax Tester and Article Spinner
- $1.00 for 500 clicks! – LCLinks
- LinkCollider Token Pricing
- LinkCollider review- Final verdict
What is LinkCollider? What does it offer?
LinkCollider’s tagline says- “Free Social Media Advertising”. In reality it does so much more.
However, let’s start at the top? It’s primarily an “exchange” service. You like someone’s post, someone else likes your post. Not just posts, the platform also lets users exchange:
- Youtube views
- Youtube subscribers
- Facebook shares/likes
- Instagram follow
- Tiktok follows
- Pinterest pins
- WordPress posts
- Blogger posts
- Clicks on a link
- Website visits
- Stumbleupon posts
- Tumblr posts
- And even free backlinks!
(If you’re interested in backlinking and SEO, you should check my Semrush review).
It also has a “bookmarking” feature. A list of sites is provided. You get bookmarks there however those need to be manually submitted and isn’t automated like the other features.
Using LinkCollider is pretty easy.
Let me divide the screen into parts for easy understanding?
So, from the top-bar, you get the most important options. These include submitting new website, collecting tokens, the other tools on LInkCollider and account upgrades.
The left-sidebar shows token and account information. The no. of coins you’ve left (explained later), membership details, token caps, etc.
Below that there’s also a “summary report”.
This shows the total number of likes/shares/clicks/tweets and everything else you’ve received on all your submitted websites/channels.
On the right, or the center whatever you call it, each of your submitted websites are shown. Individual like/share/click data is shown for each.
In a nutshell? It’s all pretty basic, simple, and extremely easy to understand, isn’t it?
“Tokens”- The LinkCollider currency
How or why will someone give you those social signals for free, right?
Well, there’s this thing called “Token” on LinkCollider. You get these:
- For free by liking/commenting/clicking or doing anything else for others.
- You can also buy tokens directly using real money.
How much token you get per activity depends on the user who created the activity. During activity creation, the user gets complete control over the amount of token they’d pay for the activity.
The no. of reward tokens for each activity is clearly mentioned alongside the activity.
Autosurf – Automatic free tokens
This is another method using which you can get free tokens on LinkCollider. I’m mentioning it separately because it’s slightly unique.
You don’t really have to do anything. Just go to the “Autosurf” page and keep the window open!
LinkCollider automatically shows different websites, with a timer on top. Once the timer finishes, a new website is loaded.
You get between 10-50 tokens for each website viewed. It’s special because you don’t have to do anything.
Also, the window doesn’t have to be on your “screen”. Meaning, you can open other tabs and continue your other tasks. LinkCollider will still reward you the tokens as long as the window is open, even if in the background!
(In my experience, it works like charm. You can make anywhere between 1000-2000 tokens by keeping the window open for less than 30minutes).
As mentioned earlier, you can submit a number of channels/links/pages etc. to LinkCollider.
The submission is pretty easy as well.
Just enter the URL, YT channel link, Twitter username or anything else where you’d like to increase your likes/follows/tweets or anything else.
Then set the amount of reward for the activity. The lowest possible reward is 10, and the highest is 50.
Users will see this post from you, if they like the reward token amount, you’ll get whatever you wanted.
On the other hand, you can do the same for other people and increase your tokens to use for your own benefit.
What you can’t submit:
- Anything that’s sexual in nature.
- Shortened URLs
- Forced redirects
- And obviously, sites containing viruses.
Imagine getting quality, manually-built backlinks, for free!
Well yes, that’s something else LinkCollider can do for you. The process is exactly the same.
You enter a URL you need backlinks for, enter a title and description and you’re set.
Why mention it separately on this LinkCollider review then? Just because when you’re doing this, you can’t select the no. of reward tokens you offer manually. It’s set at 150tokens/backlink.
The “description” field can be used to write the anchor text you want for your backlinks.
Do note that if you have a paid plan, any paid plan, LinkCollder gets you 1 free do-follow link, for all your listed sites every single day!
Each link is on an unique domain, and all the links are do-follow.
Do note that you’ve no control over the quality of link you get. Hence, I’d advise use this cautiously. It’s better to have no links, than spam links (obviously, majority of the links on LinkCollider will probably be of quality).
This is an additional tool you get on LinkCollider. Note that it’s not an “exchange” service, rather a complete tool. Meaning, you don’t spend tokens. You simply use the tool for free.
As the name suggests, it re-writes articles for you. You enter your content, it gives you a new variation.
Now, here’s my honest opinion, it’s not worth it. I mean this individual feature, not worth it.
The re-written text is mostly either 99% similar to the actual content, or just too jumbled to make any sense.
Sure it would’ve worked a decade back when I was starting out with blogs. Today? Not so much.
Spintax Tester and Article Spinner
This is unique and interesting. Again, another individual feature and not an “exchange” service.
So, the Spintax Tester lets you add “alternative words” in between words and sentences.
These alternative words can then be used to generate spun (re-written) content.
I know, it’s not very easy to understand just like that. The screenshot below will make it easier:
So, one of the words within the brackets will be used to generate new content. Meaning, in one variation it may use “the” while in the second variation it may generate “the particular”, “the actual” and so on. This variation of the content is called a Spintax.
The point of this is, you control which words are changed in a spun article. You also can enter words within bracket manually so only those words are used in the newly generated content.
Now, this does work pretty good on LinkCollider.
“Article Spinner” is another tool that you find on LinkCollider. It doesn’t re-write articles. Rather, it generates the Spintax (alternative words within brackets) for your content. You can alter or add your own words to the Spintax for even better re-written articles.
$1.00 for 500 clicks! – LCLinks
LCLinks is a link shortener that LinkCollider provides.
It’s pretty basic. You enter any URL and get a shorter URL in return. It’s easier to share and forward.
For every 500 people who visit your link, you get paid $1.00. With just 5000 hits, you could make $10.00 which I’d say is still a pretty decent payout.
Withdrawals are possible via PayPal. A minimum payout threshold is set at $30.00.
LinkCollider Token Pricing
So, if you wish to purchase tokens, how much would they cost?
Well, there are 4 plans. The pricing primarily decides the no. of tokens you get, token cap (maximum tokens you can earn/day), and number of websites/channels you can submit.
- $0.00: Well yes, there’s a free forever account as well!
- Premium: $19.99/month
- Premium: $79.99 for 6months
- Gold: $39.99/month
- Gold for professionals and companies: $139.99 for 6 months.
I’ll say it’s pretty affordable. I mean even the $19.99 plan means you’ll get at least 30 backlinks in a month for free on top of all the other features and social signals that LinkCollider offers.
As for payments, you can pay using both Credit cards, and PayPal accounts.
My only problem with the company? They don’t have a refund policy. They do, but it’s on a case-to-case basis, there’s no guarantee. Not that it matters much but it still hurts.
LinkCollider review- Final verdict
So, is LinkCollider worth it? I’ll say yes, why not? For starters, you can get started absolutely free. Even the free account gives you all the features (except the free daily backlinks).
The best part? It’s all organic. The follows or likes aren’t from “bots”. They’re real people, following you for real. It’s still not the best way to get follows but better than buying bot follows, isn’t it?
So yes, that’s all for this LinkCollider review folks. Go give it a try, it’s free anyway.