SEOLinkRobot Review

Building backlinks is a chore. A very necessary chore, if you like to get some Google traffic. SEOLinkRobot joins the ranks of software tools that aim to make backlink building a lot easier and quicker and in this review, we’ll take a close look at how it aims to do so.

Is SEOLR a serious competitor and will it help you get your sites ranked more easily than ever before? Or is it just “yet another” mediocre link-building tool?

Read on to find out.

SEOLinkRobot Overview

Name: SEO Link Robot
Creator: Stephen Hawkins
Medium: Backlink Building Software
Price: $57/month or $446 one-time

SEO Link Robot is a windows-based program and, like many of it’s kind, it automates backlink building through various submissions, like article-submissions to article directories and free blogging sites, social bookmark submissions etc.


Available Link Targets

As of this review, here’s a breakdown of the sites SEOLinkRobot can submit to:

  • 26 Free Blogs
  • 9 Article Directories
  • 10 Press Release Sites
  • 18 Social Bookmarking Sites
  • 16 RSS Directories
  • Loads of Pinging Sites

Total Link Targets: 79

This is a pretty low number, compared to many competing products. It’s not necessarily a deal-breaker, but mixing up links from only 79 sources can only get you so far, no matter how fancy your link-building strategies are.


SEOLinkRobot Video

It’s far more effective to show what this software does, rather than just write about it for pages on end, so here’s a quick walkthrough video:

Mini Nets and Limitations

As mentioned in the video, the options to automatically build large or small (open) linkwheels and the "mini-net-builder" are features that make SEOLinkRobot unique. I've seen many backlink building services that offer creating mini-nets and networks consisting of multiple mini-nets for their clients. SEOLinkRobot can automate much of the creation tasks for those kind of link networks. The problem is the lack of diversity in the available link targets, though. You may be able to build very complex, interlinked networks using SEOLR, but all of those links will be coming from the same 79 total websites... And while I'm nagging: SEOLinkRobot lacks a scheduling function and it seems that account creations are only possible with one thread at a time (which makes them a very slow process). On the other hand, the submissions work with multiple threads and in general, I've found SEOLR to be overall easy to use and pleasant to work with. While the total number of sites in the system is low, at least the success rates are very good.


All in all, SEOLinkRobot is promising, but too limited to warrant a real recommendation. There's nothing dramatically wrong with it, except that it just doesn't submit to a large number of sites. If it were available at a one-time price, I'd recommend it as a nice little mini-net building software, but as it is, I'm not sure SEOLR is worth the cost, compared to the competing products. [button size="large" align="center" link="" linkTarget="_blank" color="green"]Click Here to Check Out SEOLinkRobot![/button] Do you have any questions or feedback about the product or this review? Let me know by leaving a comment! Cheers,

About the Author Shane Melaugh

I'm the founder of ActiveGrowth and Thrive Themes and over the last years, I've created and marketed a dozen different software, information and SaaS products. Apart from running my business, I spend most of my time reading, learning, developing skills and helping other people develop theirs. On ActiveGrowth, I want to help you become a better entrepreneur and product creator. Read more about my story here.

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  • Chris says:

    I actually like SEO Link Robot quite a bit myself, but I was able to get in on the initial $157 lifetime price. Like you said, it’s pretty easy to use. However, at $57 a month, it does become a little harder to recommend.

  • alan says:

    Hi Shane , I’m on a 30 day trial with Magic submitter. To date the interface is laborious, the actual running of the software is extremely slow, however on the plus side it does pretty much everything you require within the programme. Qurious as to your thoughts on this as opposed to similar software applications?

    • Shane says:

      I quite like Magic Submitter. How many threads are you running it on? It doesn’t seem particularly slow to me (I usually run 8 threads).
      MS is on a sweet spot in regards to price and functionality, so I can recommend it.

  • CJ says:

    I like and use SEOLR. I just purchased it last week and the price was $40 a month. Maybe that was a special he was running. True it does not submit to lot of sites.

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