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Is there any quality forum posting service?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wriper, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Hello,
    Looking for someone who offer quality forum posts.
    By quality i mean manual work not these software generated links i need links from niche relevant high pr forums.
    Where can i find service like this?
    I was using oDesk but guys there tell you that they are best and they deliver report with dead links.
    Any suggestions guys?
     
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    TheContentAuthority Elite Member Premium Member

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    You might find some success posting a gig on elance or some other similar site and look for a good writer who is somewhat knowledgeable about the topics you are interested in having them post about. I think if you find someone who likes to write you will do well.

    This looks like its either in its infancy or not legit but you could check it ou,

    http://www.hireforumposters.com/

    Best,

    Shawn
     
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  3. stinkingrich

    stinkingrich Regular Member

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    there are expensive ones like forumlinkbuilding dot com and cheap ones like se-prince dot com. both of them do provide you links from high pr forums are done manually but content is crap in both case and the link lives purely by chance.
     
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    I don't know if there's any such thing as "quality forum posts" that are purely promotional.

    Good forums do not typically let people post promotional material (unless they have a buy/sell thread and usually it will require payment). Most forums have had such problems with spam that they simply do not allow this.

    Whatever product you post about is going to be unwanted spam. Only with luck will a post go unnoticed by moderators with your account banned and post deleted.

    To add to the problem is that all the forums your worker will post on will start with newbie 0-post accounts. Everyone is going to expect that they're spammers until they prove themselves.
     
  5. precious007

    precious007 Junior Member

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    http://www.forumlinkbuilding.com is a rip-off - just saying their price is insane.

    You can get at least 1000 quality posts else-where with that type of money in their silver package. The page rank of their forum does not matter, what matters is the actual PR of the page where you link is, and the PR will only change in time if you're working on it.
     
  6. GoYouGo

    GoYouGo Newbie

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    Forum spamming for backlinks is hardly qualitative, and the reason your get many dead links is because moderators simply dont like links within posts.
     
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    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    fifty875 Junior Member

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    Whoa, what's with that prices? Better try this one http://homeofseo.com/product-category/off-page/forum-postings/
     
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    IMGuru45 Newbie

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    I think a better option would be to hire and train a VA to get things done according to your needs.
     
  10. KenBrace

    KenBrace Newbie

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    I founded a forum posting service earlier this year called The Forum Wheel.

    We have several hundred approved writers and offer better prices than anywhere else I know of. The average cost is around $0.09 per post give or take a couple cents either way based on a few different factors.

    If you don't want to spend money then you can earn credits via posting on other sites. So it can be a completely free, post exchange process if need be.

    Upon submitting a site you automatically receive 10 free startup credits so you can give the system a quick test run before investing anything. If you don't like the service then there's no obligation whatsoever. You walk away with ~10 free posts.
     
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  11. HoneyHelper

    HoneyHelper Supreme Member

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    Post a thread in hire a freelance section here on a forum.
    You will definitely find someone !

    hope that helps !
     
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    behense Newbie

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    I dont think such a service exists due to the complexities involved. But you can post a gig anywhere freelancers frequent.
     
  13. Attraction3

    Attraction3 Newbie

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    We offer forum posting service on Slickdeals, Reddit and Quora.

    Check it out: http://forum-poster.com