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$250 a month budget - what links should i buy - pls advise

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by eeha123, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. eeha123

    eeha123 Regular Member

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    I have budgeted about $250 per month for my clients in order to rank them.
    I need some advice on what service and from whom I should buy in order to make the system automated but something that WORKS.
    pls help me decide

    client #1
    #10-14 for a medium competition kws
    total kws he wants on front page: 5
    has 1400 links to main page

    he want to be raised to #6

    choice purchased already for client #1

    3 different packages of contextual backlinks from homepage
    Pr3-6 totaling about 150 links.
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    client #2
    aged domain
    medium competition
    30 backlinks in total (mostly N/A)

    total number of kws: 15
    he is not being found for most kws on the first 10 pages of google!
    on page has been done as well as I could 3 wks ago.

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    everything else fall in between these.

    thanks for guys for all your help
     
  2. eeha123

    eeha123 Regular Member

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    anyone?
     
  3. bluenose10

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    pay me i will do SB blasts.
     
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    Hi you still need some backlinks? I can help you using my Senuke X.. please PM me.. thanks
     
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    Go for link diversity. Hit some services that submit content to different sites like UAW, AMA, Linkvana, etc. Do some AMR and SENuke blasts. Then take those links and start building links to them with AMR, SB, Xrumer, etc.
     
  7. englandrm

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    Get a variety of links.

    A small, high PR Xrumer blast (xrumergod.com)

    Some manual blog comments as well (high pr definitely and niche related if possible) (outsource it)

    Some Social Bookmarks (fiverr)

    If they're a local business, get them in some directories (http://www.wlmarketing.com/local-business-listing-service.html)

    Mix in article marketing as well (hire a freelancer for content creation and submission, or fiverr)

    If possible, add some 100% unique and fresh content to the site that isn't anywhere else on the internet.

    Get the on page SEO done well enough, so you won't need as many links.



    Total work time: Maybe 5-10 mins/monthly
    Total Cost: $50-100/m


    *I'm not affiliated with any of those services. Just have used them in the past and gotten some decent results.
     
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    Does this really work?
     
  9. englandrm

    englandrm Senior Member

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    There's tons of ways to do SEO. On his budget, that's probably the most "bang for buck" method, with the least amount of work. For my clients I use a lot more techniques, but those should get the job done.

    I should mention you probably don't want to do all of that right of the bat on a brand new site. Build it up gradually.

    But yeah, SEO can be done cost effectively and without too much work.
     
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    You have always given us the most useful answers and I have appreciated you before in PMs. But thanks again some of the info specially the local listing is gold for me as I deal with a lot of local dudes.

    One question and delima,

    High PR articles in niche, I have not had ANY luck with VAs. could u shed some light on it pls, Odesk, is probably the way to go. Whom to look for, what to offer them, how to make sure they wont waste ur time or know their stuff?

    2. is there a service I can purchase to do this for me. or at least buy some high pr links from ?

    I found a guy that offers 20 Pr6-9 perm links for $100. is that good?
     
  11. englandrm

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    My company is based on local SEO. I have several national clients, but local SEO is definitely the backbone.

    The outsourcers I use were pulled off of Odesk. For a specific job, I'd a hire a few people, and then only take the best people when building my team. I require reports, and only pay them when the job is done and the work is approved. (check the work initially, but after awhile still require the reports, but you don't need to check).

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    BEFORE YOU OUTSOURCE:
    Make sure you know how to do the job first, and make sure you understand what they will be doing. Especially in link building. While I'm not the biggest fan of him, try and get a copy of Authority Codes by Ryan Deiss. It teaches you how to find niche blogs with high PR, and how to leave a comment. (and its free).

    You need to understand what makes a link quality and what makes a link not. Then you can provide directions to outsourcers to get this work done. I've trained all my team to do the work exactly as I would have done it.

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    Odesk and other freelance sites have some quality workers, but you need to know what makes the work quality. (Do it yourself first).

    Prices: Ask for manual blog comments. High PR. Niche Related. And decent English. I think the "standard" price is 50 cents per link, but try and get it lower, start with 15-20 cents. Also, sound strict, talk about how in depth you check the links. It will help weed out a few people.

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    Niche links. If you're a lipstick company, you aren't only limited to lipstick blogs to post comments on. Think bigger; makeup, even the entire beauty and fashion industries. If you sell footballs, think all of sports. If you sell couches and rugs, think furniture.

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    $100 for 20 PR 6-9 links. If I had 20 links with that PR (especially do-follow), I could compete in any market. Buy it a few times and you could start competing for keywords like "Insurance" and "forex."

    Just an assumption. The links are not on the page with the PR, rather they're on the domain. They're profile links. Still good to have mixed into the SEO campaign, but not for $100, and they don't provide that much benefit to the rankings. So I wouldn't buy this.

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    My suggestion is learn how to do the work. When I got my first SEO client I was doing all the work myself. It sucked, so I learned to outsource.

    It comes with experience, so keep reading the forum, and it will come to you.
     
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    This ^^
     
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    Thanks Apex for:
    wasting our time on reading your post
    wasting space on this thread
    not even telling us the useful info that you pm'ed
     
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    A good and easy way to start is to buy http://linkpushing.net. Combine this with some edu and gov links.

    Make some manual web 2.0 properties and use SB, Xrumer, bookmark, article submit etc.

    If you want to do some of it yourself, then consider venomSEO or SEnuke.
     
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  17. wheregotfree

    wheregotfree Newbie

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    nice advice by u guys here
     
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    I will advice you as friendly you need to buy Web Directories back links these are 100% one way and bump up your any keyword ranking i m 100% sure i also applied this formula on my websites and got positive result.

    Thanks
     
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    Try buying sick submitter (there is a promotion, you will only pay $12 per month) and buy scrapebox (there is another promotion in which you can buy it for $57). Search around the forum and you will find them.

    For a low-medium competition site those programs will fill all your backlinking needs!
     
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    What was the first package you purchased the contextual links where did you get those from?